The great British burkini boom … and thanks to Nigella, it's not just Muslim women buying them By Helen Nugent PUBLISHED: 00:23 GMT, 10 February 2013 | UPDATED: 00:31 GMT, 10 February 2013 When Nigella Lawson emerged out of the sea on Sydney's Bondi beach dressed in one two years ago, it was greeted with astonishment. But now burkinis – swimwear originally designed for Islamic women to protect their modesty – are soaring in popularity among British non-Muslims.
Radio station behind prank Kate hospital call pulls ALL advertising from its shows following global outrage at hoaxRadio network Austereo has suspended all advertising on 2DayFM It comes after major firms such as Telstra, Coles and Lexus Australia pulled their advertising campaigns following the death of Jacintha Saldanha | UPDATED: 01:26 GMT, 9 December 2012 The radio station which allowed two of its DJs to prank call the Duchess of Cambridge's hospital has suspended all advertising on its shows. Radio network Austereo announced it had suspended all advertising on 2Day FM following a number of high-profile advertiser boycotts. Major firms such as Telstra, Coles and Lexus Australia had already pulled their advertising campaigns following the death of 46-year-old nurse Jacintha Saldanha
Family’s fury after elderly aunt leaves entire 8million estate to next-door neighbour to thank her for buying her bread and milkWidow Betty Harris left entire estate to neighbour as a 'thank you gift'Will caused a bitter legal dispute as Mrs Harris' family challenged in courtMrs Harris complained that her relatives 'all want their bit of money' | UPDATED: 16:20 GMT, 28 November 2012 It is often said that a small act of daily kindness goes a long way. But one lucky Australian could not have expected that her good deeds would land her a multi-million dollar cheque. The next-door neighbour, who helped an elderly widow with her daily chores, was left with a ‘thank you’ gift of eight million pounds