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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.

Cheap plastic leads us into temptation

Enticed by credit cards trumpeting 0 per cent interest? Then use them to cut your debt, not increase it, says Melanie Bien

No business in showbusiness

BBC's Liquid News laughed off the curse of the celebrity news show, but it still failed to set audiences alight. Vanessa Langford, one of its presenters, asks why

Bakers tackle Dr Atkins head-on with 'healthy' diet advice

Its creator made millions of dollars , and its followers - who have included Jennifer Aniston, Renee Zellweger and Geri Halliwell - lost thousands of pounds. But now the Atkins diet - the regime that took a revolutionary low-carbohydrate, high-fat approach to slimming - has a new rival for the hearts, minds and waistlines of the weight-conscious.

When a fund that screams success doesn't do what it says on the tin ...

Sam Dunn reports on moves to protect investors from misleading claims in adverts

THE INFORMATION: `The Iron Giant'

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Theatre: A tale of two hemispheres

THE BRAIN NEW VIC BRISTOL

Letter: Flood prevention

Sir: Daniel Butler's excellent article "Bring back flood plains - to stop flooding" (6 November) concludes that "we're never going to reverse the riverside developments that have already occurred" on flood plains. This does not prevent us trying to stop further developments.

Why are they famous: Jennifer Aniston

Main claim

The Irritations of Modern Life: 62. boho chic by Kate Mulvey

WHEN JENNIFER Aniston turned up at the Emmy Awards in Los Angeles this week, she may have dazzled the cameras with her girl-next-door smile but, instead of tossing her trademark glossy hair, she looked as if she had just spent the night in an urban terrorist camp. Her hair was so matted she made the just-got-out-of-bed look of the Sixties sex kitten seem positively groomed.

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