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The Daily: July 31
Hats off to London In celebration of the best of British millinery talent, famous landmark statues across central London have been adorned with special headwear adorned in honour of the new project Hatwalk, created by Philip Treacy and Stephen Jones....
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/774-the-daily-july-31
The Daily: August 1
Lichtenstein’s missing painting found The painting, “Electric Chord” by artist Roy Lichtenstein has been found 42 years after it was discovered missing. The painting was reported missing by its owner, Leo Castelli, in 1970 after is disappeared while...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/796-the-daily-august-1
The Daily: March 1
A Farewell to Claridge's After running Claridge's for 12 years, Gordon Ramsey has decided to end his tenure at the Mayfair hotel. Ramsey's departure follows a failed negotiation to renew a long-term contract with Claridge's owners. Having won the...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/1939-the-daily-march-1
The Daily: June 12
Coronation Street denied listed status Coronation Street is one of the longest-running soap operas, having kept viewers enthralled by their unlikely plots and unexpected turns for more than 51 years. However, its famous set has been denied the listed...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/495-the-daily-june-12
The Daily
BBC team is a match for Team GB The number of BBC staff being sent to broadcast at the Olympics this year is far larger than Team GB, with 765 staff at the event compared to 550 athletes in the GB team. The number of staff at the UK Olympics is 55%...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/274-the-daily-april-26
The Daily: 10 July
Bolt back in the Games World-record-holder Usain Bolt has been declared fit for the London Olympic Games after the athlete experienced muscle tightness during the Jamaican trials causing him to come second to his training partner Yohan Blake in two...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/668-the-daily-10-july
The Daily: 23 July
Victory for Britain This week has been victorious for Britain as cyclist Bradley Wiggins triumphantly won the prestigious Tour de France tournament. Wiggins crossed the finish line on the Paris Boulevard after racing a grand total of 2173 miles for...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/725-the-daily-23-july-2
The Daily: August 7
Dormant volcano erupts Mount Tongariro in New Zealand has finally erupted after lying dormant for 115 years. Although no serious damage or causalities are reported, flights have been disrupted and surrounding roads have been closed off due to poor...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/826-the-daily-7-august
The Daily: August 13
Olympic comes to a magnificent close Last night saw the spectacular closing ceremony of the London Olympic Games, marking the end of the most significant cultural and sporting event hosted by the capital city in recent years, and one which has seen...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/848-the-daily-august-13
The Daily: February 10
90 years of waiting and now finally a first win for team GB! A Cinderella story as chalet maid turned Olympic bronze medallist makes history at Sochi 2014 Olympic Games, earning Team GB teir first ever win at the Winter Olympics games. Jenny Jones was...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/3759-the-daily-february-10
The Daily: June 29
Farewell to the Minitel The Minitel machine, known as the “Little French Box” is to come to an end 30 years after its launch. The revolutionary machine came at a time when France was behind in telecommunications, offering families the chance to...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/604-the-daily-june-29
The Daily: August 6
Stolen Matisse Painting worth £2 million recovered There is delight for those in the art world as the stolen 1925 masterpiece by Matisse entitled ‘Odalisque in Red Pants’ has been recovered. It was uncovered by FBI agents in Florida, who posed as art...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/804-the-daily-august-6
The Daily: August 8
Excavation at fire site uncovers history A fire that broke out almost 10 years ago in Edinburgh has allowed archaeologists to uncover remains of 16th and 17th Century buildings.The fire swept through the Old Town in December 2002, blazing for 18 hours....
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/834-the-daily-august-8
The Daily: August 10
Olympic Roundup Yesterday bought yet more gold medals for Team GB. The 13th day of London 2012 saw British Nicola Adams become first ever female boxing champion of the Olympic Games when she took gold against Ren Cancan of China. Britain’s youngest...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/845-the-daily-august-10
The Daily: August 20
Duke of Edinburgh out of hospital at last The Duke of Edinburgh, 91, has been discharged from Aberdeen Royal Infirmary this morning after spending six days undergoing treatment for a bladder infection. Observers noted that he looked cheery as he left...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/886-the-daily-august-20
The Daily: August 3
Triumphant Britain Yesterday was triumphant for Team GB. Consecutive successes moved Great Britain up to fifth place in the league table, with a total of 15 medals, achieving two gold and 3 silver medals yesterday alone. Sir Chris Hoy achieved his...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/801-the-daily-august-3
The Daily: July 30
A great start for Great Britain A “congratulations” is in order for two of Team GB’s female athletes for securing the country’s first set of medals. Cyclist Lizzie Armitstead won Britain’s first medal in the women’s cycling road race, coming a close...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/765-the-daily-july-30
The Daily: August 29
A well-trained dog’s day out A six-year-old terrier, named Frankie, had sneaked out of his home in Kent to climb abroad a 6.56 am train to London. The cheeky Jack Russell, to the surprise of fellow commuters, rode on the train for nearly 30 minutes...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/948-the-daily-august-29
The Daily: March 26
Ex-Downton Abbey actress admits she was 'naive' to go topless in film Jessica Brown-Findlay, who played Lady Sybil in Downton Abbey, admits that she was 'naive' in thinking she could not say no to a topless scene in her recent film debut in Albatross...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/2071-the-daily-march-26
The Daily: November 15
The Mary Celeste of Space: scientists discover first ever free-floating planet Astronomers have long speculated the existence of a nomadic planet that wanders through space uninhibited by the gravity field of a star, but have never been able to furnish...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/1369-the-daily-november-15

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