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Nine garage-style structures, which are located in a former industrial zone in the west of the city, will be unveiled later this month

How to avoid holiday health hazards

Even minor problems can ruin your precious weeks in the sun. Simon Usborne gets some expert advice on how to stay fit and well this summer

Joan Smith: Sex sells everything – except safe sex itself

People aren't going to abstain from sex, no matter what the Pope says

Leading article: The case for sex on television

The proposals to allow advertisements for pregnancy advisory services to be aired on television and radio, and for condom adverts to be shown before the 9pm watershed, have reactivated a familiar debate about the official approach to sex education in this country.

Here's the first lesson on joyless side of sex

British Film Institute re-releases historical sex education movies

India's sex trade exposed

To mark World Aids Day, the portrait photographer Kalpesh Lathigra meets the prostitutes and their clients who are at the heart of the subcontinent's HIV explosion

Sex doctor: Don't dream it, be it...

There's a certain type of man who will react to any suggestion of spicing up your sex life with disapproval. Women delicate little petals that we are aren't supposed to want naughty things and this man's judgement of you will be harsh: you're a tart or a slut and definitely not good enough to be sitting at his parents' table for Sunday lunch. Happily, despite all the potential pitfalls, there are ways to have your orgasms and keep him too. These are the basics which you should apply to any situation where you're suggesting something new sexually:

'Risk-taking' blamed as STIs double for over-45s

The rate of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among the over-45s has more than doubled in under a decade, a study showed today.

Ban anti-Catholic books in schools, says bishop

A Roman Catholic bishop has likened books which criticise the teachings of the Church to works that deny the Holocaust took place.

MILLENNIUM COUNTDOWN: Dome errors leave thousands without tickets

THOUSANDS OF people who were asked to join the celebrations at the Millennium Dome this evening have not yet received their tickets.

The Joys of Modern Life: 62. BRITAIN'S LICENSING LAWS

"IT HAD been a relatively uneventful flight, with the usual mediocre food, movies New Yorkers like myself had already seen twice, and the required bunch of rowdy US teenagers who were, like, so excited they could buy alcohol. So when the flight touched down at Heathrow, they were drunk, a baby was screaming, and I was eyeing the emergency exit.

Right of Reply: Jeremy Gibson

The executive producer of `Adult Lives' and head of features at BBC

Music: Lyric Sheets

Geri Halliwell, the artist formerly known as Ginger Spice, ran into trouble this week on her first assignment as a UN goodwill ambassador. The Catholic Church in the Philippines objected to her advocacy of condom use for safe sex

Halliwell's sex talk infuriates Catholics

GERI HALLIWELL, the former Spice Girl, ran into problems on her first assignment as a United Nations goodwill ambassador yesterday.

Right of Reply: Victoria Gillick

The campaigner for the family responds to yesterday's article by Tessa Jowell, the health minister
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