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The rumour mill went into overdrive last night suggesting that our old friends Monica, Chandler, Phoebe, Ross and Rachel might be about to stage a reunion.

Clooney: He's back: where it all started

George Clooney helped make ER television's most lucrative hospital drama. Now he's returned to switch it off

Jennifer Aniston and John Mayer end relationship

Actress Jennifer Aniston and musician John Mayer have ended their relationship for a second time, weeks after a high-profile date at the Oscars ceremony fueled rumors of marriage, People Magazine reported yesterday.

Marley & Me (pg

You can just about make out an interesting film underneath this one, rather as Jennifer Aniston's bone structure remains discernible underneath overstretched skin (nothing ages you half as much as trying too hard to look young).

Screen Talk: No want of war

It's springtime for Hitler as far as the studios are concerned with Nazis back big time over the next year or two.

Christina Patterson: First, catch your man. But not if you're over 40...

We're mating according to the rules of misogynistic Manhattanites

Age finally catches up with Brad Pitt

In his latest movie, the Hollywood heartthrob lives a whole life backwards – from geriatric to babe in arms. He tells James Mottram how he did it

He's just not that into you. A short guide

As a new film offers to explain the mysteries of the dating male, we present our own simple rules for reading the signs when he gives you the heave-ho

Face it: you're dumped

'He's Just Not into You', the new comedy starring Jennifer Aniston, picks up where 'Sex and the City' left off. Gill Pringle reports

Rising Star: John Grogan, author

A cute dog can take you for a very long walk indeed. When John Grogan published a wryly funny memoir of a wild labrador and his place in a family's life, he was an award-winning but hardly famous Philadelphia journalist. 'Marley & Me', a howling bestseller on both sides of the Atlantic, tugged him fast down the canine route to celebrity.

Pet of the week: The Labradoodle

And who's this? A labradoodle, quite possibly the soppiest dog on the planet. Although still a relative newcomer to theses shores, the labradoodle is well-established in his native Australia.

Deborah Orr: This tragic story is not over yet

It's well known that a shrine to Jean Charles de Menezes has been maintained outside Stockwell Tube station, since shortly after he was killed. I use the station a lot, and the makeshift nature of the memorial is a constant – and important – reminder of the failure of the Metropolitan Police to take responsibility for what happened on 22 July 2005. An official plaque marking the place where the one victim of the 21 July attacks lost his life would be decent and dignified. But that would signify collective sorrow at a terrible mistake, and the latter is what the force refuses to admit.

Hell hath no fury... like an ex-wife of Brad Pitt scorned

Guy Adams reports on Jennifer Aniston's bitter riposte to Angelina Jolie

Sophie Morris: Cheap booze ban will not stop bingeing

As a binge drinker – a label which covers anyone who regularly trips up at the two drink boundary – I feel compelled to address the Government's latest efforts to quell alcoholic over-indulgence.

<a href="http://blogs.independent.co.uk/independent/2008/11/so-jennifer-ani.html">Sleeping Around: Moving on from Aniston v Jolie</a>

So Jennifer Aniston has finally aired her feelings about her former love rival by simply saying "What Angelina did was very uncool".

Sleeping around: My moment of truth happened at university

'Until the age of 19, I had never had an orgasm, but I had done some Oscar-worthy faking'
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'Rising Damp' brought De la Tour such recognition that she could be forgiven if she'd never been able to move on. But at 70, she continues to flourish - and to beguile
'That Whitsun, I was late getting away...'

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King David Hotel: Palestinians not included

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More people moving from Australia to New Zealand than in the other direction for first time in 24 years

End of the Aussie brain drain

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Can meditation be bad for you?

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Eurovision 2015: Australians will be cheering on their first-ever entrant this Saturday

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