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‘Chunder from down under’ makes world headlines

A new strain of norovirus, responsible for acute gastroenteritis, has caused havoc across the Tasman and scientists warn it could be on its way back.

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London’s “tube” is 150 years old

The world’s oldest underground rail network – London’s ‘tube’ – is 150 years old. The Victorian artery of the British capital, which enabled the city to boom, served as shelter during World War II and has been copied around the world.

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Kate makes first appearance since leaving hospital

The Duchess of Cambridge meets sports stars in London at her first public appearance since being treated for severe morning sickness.

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Nurse’s sister-in-law: “I will really miss her a lot”

Flowers left outside the family home of Jacintha Saldanha, the 46-year-old nurse who unwittingly revealed details about Kate’s health to radio show pranksters

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My Story: Sophie Lippell

Sophie Lippell tells us her harrowing story growing up as a victim of sexual abuse and how in telling her story she hopes to help other adults surviving the same devastating past.

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Chorizo Scotch Eggs with Lemon Aioli

Popular English picnic food, Scotch Eggs are made with boiled eggs, wrapped in sausage meat, coated in a breadcrumb and fried. Serve with creamy aioli.

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Ploughman’s Lunch

A Ploughman’s Lunch is a tasty cold platter, which usually includes cold meat, such as corned beef, crusty bread, cheese, pickled onions, mustard, and relish or chutney. The robust flavours and satisfying textures make it a great grazing board.

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Yorkshire Puddings with Shaved Roast Beef

RECIPE: Yorkshire Puddings with Shaved Beef and Watercress

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Kale Pesto with Spaghettini Vongole

RECIPE: Kale Pesto with Spaghetini Vongole. Brought to you by MiNDFOOD.

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Lancashire Hotpot

Break bread the British way this week with this English take on the popular casserole, the Lancashire Hotpot.

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Canterbury Apple Tart

Apple Tart can be traced back to 14th century England. The first recorded recipe was written by Canterbury Tales author Geoffrey Chaucer in 1381.

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Rhubarb Trifle

A twist on a classic, this trifle uses rhubarb and a creamy homemade vanilla custard.

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Ginger Pudding With Butterscotch

Nothing says winter like a piping hot ginger pudding with sweet butterscotch sauce, it’s a classic British dessert. Ginger Pudding […]

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GALLERY: Diamond Jubilee celebrations

Celebrations to mark Britain’s Queen Elizabeth’s diamond jubilee begin this weekend in London. With bunting flags being strewn across the city and jubilee decorations being snapped up at the last minute, we take a look at the preparations underway for the events .

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Retinal cell transplant restores vision to blind mice

Transplanting light-sensitive photoreceptors into the eyes of visually impaired mice has helped them see again in groundbreaking experiments conducted by British scientists.

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Paul Smith’s Quirky Designs

Take a look at some of British designer Paul Smith’s colourful fashions over the years.

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GALLERY: Kate Moss

Take a look back at Kate Moss’s rise to fame from supermodel to one of the worlds most recognisable faces with our gallery of images.

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GALLERY: Damien Hirst

See our gallery of images of some of acclaimed artist Damien Hirst’s confronting artworks.

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GALLERY: Royals at Ascot

See our gallery of images as the British Royal family as they attend the races at Royal Ascot.

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Relive the Spectacle: A Journey through Kate and Will’s Royal Wedding

Relive the magic of Kate Middleton and Prince William’s momentous royal wedding as we look back on the big day.

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Blair’s depressive state

Tony Blair was so depressed after the Iraq war that the then-British premier told Gordon Brown he would quit the following summer, only to renege on his pledge, a British newspaper report says, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Forget fad diets

The old-fashioned approach to weight loss – eat less and exercise more – wins out over 2010’s fad diets, according to the British Dietetic Association, reports MiNDFOOD.

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Jamie Oliver to put US on diet

British chef Jamie Oliver will give a diet makeover to one of the United States’ fattest cities, using nearby resources to improve eating habits, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Kate Winslet

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