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South African Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius and Reeva Steenkamp

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As if the other Jeremy was in the hot seat!

The speed and voracity of concocted rage, and “bullying” claims, is startling

A photo issued by the National Optical Astronomy Observatory of a planetary nebula Sh2-174 which gives the appearance of a red rose - or maybe a tulip - but is actually the remains of a dying star some 1,000 light years away

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It seems that even astronomers have a romantic side.

Richard Clayderman plays to the reptiles in the hope of getting them in the mood

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Richard Clayderman, who has been called the 'Prince of Romance', has likely had many odd requests during his successful career as a musician, but surely none as strange as this.

New poncho cagoule from Folk, in a delicious lobster hue

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We love… Devinely Gray

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Deals of the week: Istanbul, Barcelona, Borneo

Less than £200... Three nights in Istanbul for £199pp. The Flight Centre deal is valid from 1-23 March, so good weather isn't guaranteed, but the souks and spice market will be as enticing as ever. Includes B&B at the Balin Hotel with Alitalia flights from Heathrow via Rome. Book by 21 Dec. Flightcentre.co.uk

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Are the internots missing out? Or are we?

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There's a startling new figure from the Office for National Statistics: 7.63 million adults in the UK have never used the internet. That's 15 per cent. So who the devil are these technophobic weirdos who have never gone online? Roughly half, it seems, are over-75s and/or defined as disabled, and not in a position to use a computer. But the others? We're so accustomed to emailing, Googling, wikipeeking, app-wrangling, tweeting and Facebooking, we find it hard to imagine going without. It's not a matter of cost, either. What remain of the nation's libraries are filled all day with citizens using the borough's computers, gratis.

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