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New Look – The Latest High Street Chain To Up The Fashion Stakes

This week saw the announcement from much loved high street fashion chain New Look, that Girls Aloud’s more curvier band member Kimberley Walsh is set to be the new face of their Autumn/Winter 2009/2010 clothing collection, due to her modern day iconic style.The range, following in the footsteps of Lily Allen, will include a number

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Cirkle  •  7th Sep 09

Thelondonpaper: RIP

I for one was deeply saddened last week, to hear of the closure of one of London’s free sheets, thelondonpaper. Now whilst I admit, I am not as avid a commuter in the big smoke as I used to be, ever since it was launched on 1st July 2006, I have always enjoyed perusing through

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Cirkle  •  28th Aug 09

Has the X Factor lost its ‘X Factor’?

I’m sure I wasn’t alone on Saturday night, as I sat in front of the box, takeaway in hand, ready for the launch of this year’s X Factor. The build up alone had been enough to set our blood racing, as I prepared myself for yet another series of the infamous talent contest, much loved

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Cirkle  •  24th Aug 09

Swings and Roundabouts

In line with the continued debate surrounding the nutritional value of organic foods when compared with conventionally produced foods, well respected baby food brand Hipp Organic has identified that the criteria used in the latest report by the FSA failed to address a number of studies which indicated the significant difference of organic foods, in

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Cirkle  •  7th Aug 09

All Just A Load of Pants…

So in case you haven’t heard, the latest must have item to hit our streets are pants!…very hot pants at that! The knickers costing up to £30 a pair, use a form of crystal to heat the skin and melt cellulite. Just what we ladies need!! But the question is do they really work?Those of

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Cirkle  •  28th Jul 09

Half Blood Prince is no Half Attempt!

I for one have been a dedicated Harry Potter fan since the start, back in 2001 when the unknown JK Rowling appeared from nowhere, and released her first ever book; Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Whilst some lesser fans have criticised the films’ ability to transform our favourite novels from page to screen, I

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Cirkle  •  20th Jul 09

Ryanair Joins The Credit Crunch!

Ryanair boss, Michael O’Leary has insisted that efforts to cut costs on the airline will now mean that passengers will be asked to pay a pound to spend a penny as he confirmed plans to charge for toilets within two years. The chief executive of Europe’s largest budget carrier said the airline would generate extra

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Cirkle  •  13th Jul 09

The Show Must Go On…But Who’s Judging It?

With reality shows set to hit our screens again in September, those of you without Sky Plus (seriously, it’s a great investment!) will undoubtedly be torn between channels as prime time TV sets in at the weekend. As many of you will have seen, today’s headlines herald Alesha Dixon as the latest judge to high

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Cirkle  •  10th Jul 09

Michael Jackson – A True Legend

On Thursday 25th June at 2.36pm US local time, reports began to flood through that Michael Jackson, King of Pop had died of a suspected heart attack, at the age of 50, in Los Angeles’ UCLA Medical Centre. Whilst tearful fans gathered outside the hospital, news spread fast as the whole world came to a

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Cirkle  •  29th Jun 09