Sport Pamela Anderson gives the command

Race Alliance by Pamela Anderson will contest this weekend's FIA GT round in Slovakia

'Dead' body of pensioner floating in Nottinghamshire river was actually alive

Police were called to Colwick Marina after the captain of a pleasure cruiser reported a body floating in the water on Tuesday

One Show presenter Alex Jones who has hit out at reality TV shows such as The Only Way Is Essex and Keeping Up With The Kardashians for having a negative influence on young girls

The One Show host Alex Jones hits out at reality television shows such as Towie and The Valleys

The One Show presenter Alex Jones has hit out at reality TV shows such as The Only Way Is Essex and Keeping Up With The Kardashians for having a negative influence on young girls.

The News Matrix: Saturday 16 February 2013

DfE staff 'subjected to intimidation'

Keith Chegwin back in Dancing On Ice as full line-up revealed

Keith Chegwin is back in the rink in the new series of Dancing On Ice a year after he crashed out of the show when he fell and broke his ribs.

Pamela Anderson pictured filming Baywatch

Leeds United 'is like a young Pamela Anderson' says head of proposed new owners

Leeds United have been compared to 'a young Pamela Anderson' by the man at the head of a proposed takeover of the west Yorkshire club.

Lifeguard who saved 'wrong kind of drowning man' is sacked

Question: When is a lifeguard not supposed to guard life? Answer: when he's an "aquatic risk management consultant" working for a private contractor hired to oversee public beaches in the world's most litigious country.

The long-running tax problems of the former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson remain unresolved

Tinseltown names and shames tax debtors

As millions of ordinary Americans raced to file their annual tax returns by tomorrow's deadline, the US authorities revealed the names of the rich and famous who have fallen behind on their payments to government – and it contains several big stars from music and acting.

The boot's on the other foot: how the humble Ugg went upmarket

They were once a must-have for anyone who couldn't be bothered to get dressed. Not any more, writes Harriet Walker

Pamela Anderson owes $600,000 in taxes, California claims

Life as a tax collector isn’t all about counting beans. Here in California, the job gives you an annual chance to publicly "name and shame" the rich and famous.

Pamela Anderson suing ex-boyfriend

Pamela Anderson is suing her ex-boyfriend for $1 million.

The Commuter reveals the potential of new technology

Next week sees the launch of The Commuter, a short film shot entirely on a Nokia N8 camera-phone, with Slumdog Millionaire's Dev Patel in the starring role and up-and-coming directing duo the McHenry Brothers at the helm.

The City Diary: First London tests the patience of its investors

Slackbelly exposes the good, the bad, and the ugly of the Square Mile

Aladdin, New Wimbledon Theatre, London

Pam gives panto an added bounce

Pamela Anderson joins pantomime cast

Former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson will make her pantomime debut in a production of Aladdin this Christmas.

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