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Project aims to tackle dehydration among the elderly and vulnerable

BA bans Campbell for life

Naomi Campbell has been banned for life from British Airways. The supermodel, 37, was arrested on a plane at Heathrow's chaotic Terminal 5 last Thursday on suspicion of assaulting a police officer, after a row between her and BA staff over a missing bag.

Editor-At-Large: The bonkathon for Mayor is an insult to struggling parents

The press rakes over the affairs of Ken, Boris and Brian, but with little of the censure dished out to Shannon's mother Karen

Campbell arrested and handcuffed after row over Heathrow baggage

Ever since it opened in chaotic fashion last week, tempers have been fraying at Heathrow's Terminal 5. Not until yesterday, however, was one of those tempers that of a supermodel.

Naomi Campbell removed from T5 flight

Supermodel Naomi Campbell was removed by police from a BA flight at Heathrow this afternoon.

Sarah Sands: Feminism is no match for a giddy pair of shoes

Moral opponents of the Beijing Olympics reel off China's history of human rights abuses. This is a country where families dispose of their baby girls because of the one-child policy and grandmothers are still crippled by the old practice of foot binding. Their toes were broken and bound in infanthood in order to achieve adorable looking feet.

Campbell treated for 'infection' at Brazilian hospital

The supermodel Naomi Campbell is in hospital in Sao Paulo, where she is being treated by one of Brazil's top specialists in infectious diseases.

Westwood bound: Dame Vivienne's 'family album'

As Dame Vivienne prepares to return to the London catwalk, she talks Susannah Frankel through her extraordinary 'family album'

Last Night's TV: A royal appointment worth keeping

The Palace, ITV1; City of Vice, Channel 4; Motorway Cops, BBC1

Green looking for City comeback with St Ives offer

Michael Green, formerly one of the big players in ITV, believes that the humble printing industry is going through a digital revolution similar to that experienced in television.

How to have a holistic holiday

The festive period needn't mean piling in the food and lounging on the sofa. Diet and fitness experts share the secrets of a happier, healthier break

Fur - the fake debate

After losing ground in the public relations battle, the fur industry is trying to outfox its critics with an attack on the ethics of wearing 'environmentally unfriendly' fakes. So are their allegations true?

Designer twins crowned new kings of Milan

They are best pals with Christina Aguilera, hang out with Naomi Campbell, throw the hottest parties in Milan and count Lenny Kravitz as their "main man".

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