Automobile legend Horace Dodge's 1921 luxury yacht named after his daughter Delphine could be yours…
MoD chief runs up 23,000 hotel bill and you pay! Outrage at expenses when department faces huge cutbacksBernard Gray ran up the huge bill in his first ten months in the jobEarns 220,000 as Chief of Defence Materiel, in charge of equipmentShadow defence minister says people will be 'shocked' at 'luxurious lifestyle' | UPDATED: 00:11 GMT, 13 December 2012 Luxury: Bernard Gray, pictured, Chief of Defence Materiel, has spent 23,000 on luxurious hotels in his first ten months in the job.
Plague cruise: Passengers 'angry and mutinous' after they are told to stay in their cabins as winter vomiting strikes down 400 At least 150 on board P&O's Oriana reported being ill in the wake of a vomiting bug outbreakOne passenger on board the liner, which was touring Europe's Christmas markets, described the trip as a 'cruise to hell' The cruise operator has said just nine cases of norovirus had been confirmed | UPDATED: 22:56 GMT, 12 December 2012 It was billed as a luxurious cruise around the romantic and atmospheric traditional Christmas markets of northern Europe. Instead hundreds of passengers have been left quarantined in their cabins after a severe outbreak of norovirus – the winter vomiting bug – swept through the P&O cruise liner Oriana.
Celebrity hair stylist James Brown reveals HE'S had a hair transplant (after 20 years of hiding his bald spot under those trademark hats) Stylist to the stars noticed his hair was thinning at the age of 24Tried to ignore the problem but became increasing paranoid about it Took the plunge to have hair transplant last yearHad cutting edge procedure where hair is surgically transplanted from the back of the head to the crown | UPDATED: 10:46 GMT, 8 December 2012 He is famous for styling the tresses of Kate Moss, Sienna Miller and Emma Watson. But while his glamorous clients had luxurious locks, celebrity hair stylist James Brown was hiding a terrible secret
A scarily good weekend away! Luxury 27-bedroom 19th century Gothic mansion is available to rent for 10,000Chris Badham and Damian Llambias bought Huntsman Court near Tiverton, Devon, for 1.83millionPair then spent 400,000 restoring the estate which was first built in 1869 A two night stay at the 19th Century home costs 10,900 | UPDATED: 19:16 GMT, 3 December 2012 A 27-bedroom Gothic mansion transformed into an exclusive retreat at a cost of more than 2million is up for rent – costing 10,000 for a weekend getaway. Businessmen Chris Badham and Damian Llambias bought Huntsham Court near Tiverton, Devon, for 1.83 million in January and have spent a further 400,000 on refurbishments. Now holidaymakers or wedding planners can book two nights at the impressive 19th century home, costing up to 10,900 for 27 of its luxurious bedrooms