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Project aims to tackle dehydration among the elderly and vulnerable

Rainbow grows into Classic billing

21,000 Guineas favourite adds physical power to go with explosive temerament

Philip Hensher: What would we do without Dame Viv?

The developing depression in the global economy is having many disastrous effects. But surely one of the lesser ones is that the inhabitants of Moscow are no longer going to be able to buy the mini-crini, the ripped pirate-style jacket, the safety-pinned T-shirt or any other of Vivienne Westwood's creations.

Fashion: Down and out in NYC

Fall fashion normally refers to the season, but last week’s Hervé Léger show in New York was more pratfall than catwalk. Up-and-coming models Monica ‘Jac’ Jagaciak and Karolin Wolter fell, and many more slipped, as they stalked down the slick wooden runway, but they clambered back on to their six-inch spike heels to applause. Designer Max Azria was upbeat: “I don’t care! If people talk about that instead of the clothes, that would be ridiculous.”

Genius moments: April 2008

George accused of stalking Burley

Man acquitted of Dando murder faces police inquiry over presenter's allegations

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BA chiefs fly into heavy flak at AGM

British Airways endured a bumpy ride at its annual general meeting in London yesterday, after shareholders voiced a series of grievances including the airline's ban on the supermodel Naomi Campbell, and called for chief executive Willie Walsh's head over Terminal 5's troubled opening.

Sarah Sands: Only one man can reduce film stars to babbling schoolgirls

Here we are in the middle of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression and the parties have never been better. The guest lists look a little topsy-turvy; the most photographed lovelies at the Tatler party were David Hockney and the "reclusive" socialite Lucian Freud. At the Financial Times party in Kensington Palace Gardens, Alistair Darling mingled with female performers dressed as flamingos on pink stilts.

Howard Jacobson: Watch baggage handlers at work and you too can succumb to luggage rage

I watched someone clearing bags manhandling them as if they had done him a personal injury

Naomi Campbell given community service after 'going berserk' on an aircraft ...

The supermodel Naomi Campbell has been sentenced to 200 hours – five working weeks – of community service for kicking and spitting at police officers after going "berserk" on a plane.

Campbell sentenced to 200 hours community service

Supermodel Naomi Campbell was today ordered to carry out 200 hours of community service for kicking and spitting at police officers after going "berserk" on an aircraft.

Rock Chic? Agyness Deyn the pop star

Supermodel Agyness Deyn wants to be a pop star. On the evidence of her first gig, will she measure up?

Naomi Campbell charged over Heathrow 'assault'

Supermodel Naomi Campbell has been charged in connection with an alleged assault on a police officer at Heathrow Airport, her lawyer said today.

Philip Hensher: Britain, 2008... it's our statues that will tell all

As artistic projects go, this one falls squarely into the category of the bizarre. Does it really need to be made? Perhaps the mere proposal, in an age of the conceptual, is enough to constitute a work of art. Anyway, after the Angel of the North and the proposed Giant White Horse for Kent, this one might have been foreseen. Be afraid: here comes the Colossal Naomi Campbell.

Editor-At-Large: Naomi, Wrighty, Bono... do what you do best and skip the politics

Why do celebrities feel entitled to spout their opinions? Their bizarre lives make them poor spokespeople for the rest of us
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'Normcore' fashion: Blending in is the new standing out in latest catwalk non-trend

'Normcore': Blending in is the new standing out

Just when fashion was in grave danger of running out of trends, it only went and invented the non-trend. Rebecca Gonsalves investigates
Dance’s new leading ladies fight back: How female vocalists are now writing their own hits

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