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 Good Housekeeping Institute taste tests Yorkshire puddings 12 Oct 12:02pm Good Housekeeping Institute taste tests Yorkshire puddings
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Good Housekeeping Institute (GHI) experts tested nine different Yorkshires to see which are worth buying to pull off as your own. It revealed a £1.65 pack by Aunt Bessie's tastes the best.
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 Blogger says buying a Hermes Birkin bag made her sick 12 Oct 11:58am Updated Blogger says buying a Hermes Birkin bag made her sick
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Megs Mahoney Dusil, co-founder of PurseBlog, has shared her amusing account of snapping up her very first Hermès Birkin in New York - and how the transaction gave her a panic attack.
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 Parents share the hilarious notes written by their kids 12 Oct 10:30am Updated Parents share the hilarious notes written by their kids
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Parents around the world have taken to the internet to share some of the funniest letters they have received from their children, ranging from the bizarre to the downright creepy.
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 Mummy blogger saved £10,000 in just a year 12 Oct 7:27am Mummy blogger saved £10,000 in just a year
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Mother-of-two Morgan Woods, from Downham Market, Norfolk, paid off her £4,000 store card debt and save a staggering £10,000 in 12 months after being forced to leave her rented family home.
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12 Oct 7:15am Birmingham woman tweets Craig David every day for a year
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Sophie McEvoy, from Marston Green, in Birmingham, started sending him messages in July 2016, after she saw him perform while on holiday in Marbella last summer.
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 My Domaine: Six things making your home unsophisticated 12 Oct 6:57am My Domaine: Six things making your home unsophisticated
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According to interiors experts, the devil is in the detail, meaning apparently minor faux pas - from fluorescent bulbs to cheap frames - could be spoiling the entire ambiance of your home.
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 Red Cross reveal items to help survive natural disaster 12 Oct 4:44am Red Cross reveal items to help survive natural disaster
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From things you may expect to need, like a flashlight, to more obscure items like a hand-crank radio, The Red Cross suggests keeping your supplies in an easy-to-carry emergency kit.
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 Mumsnet users reveal the rudest pregnancy comments 12 Oct 3:07am Updated Mumsnet users reveal the rudest pregnancy comments
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Mothers have taken to the UK parenting site Mumsnet to share the most offensive words of 'wisdom' they were subjected to while they were expecting a baby - and some will shock you.
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 The ten best fine dining Australian restaurants revealed 12 Oct 2:07am Updated The ten best fine dining Australian restaurants revealed
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Australia's top ten restaurants have been announced by TripAdvisor, and some of them might surprise you. No restaurant inside Sydney managed to make it into the top ten.
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 Woman separated from her husband but still lives with him 12 Oct 1:30am Woman separated from her husband but still lives with him
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New Zealand-based Laurel McLay and husband Geoff separated 21 months ago. Although the couple live 'separately together' - the unusual arrangement works for them and their kids.
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 Hazel Zakariya spends six hours crafting smothie paintings 12 Oct 1:23am Hazel Zakariya spends six hours crafting smothie paintings
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Hazel Zakariya, 30, from New Zealand, paints elaborate portraits of animals, and movie and television stars. So can you spot what's unusual about this painting?
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 Meet the Australian mums who lost a combined 220 kilos 12 Oct 1:14am Meet the Australian mums who lost a combined 220 kilos
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Eight Australian mothers have lost a combined 223 kilograms after completely overhauling their diet and exercise regimes. Here FEMAIL looks at each of their stories.
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 From a $200 chair to a newly designed piece worth $2700 12 Oct 1:11am From a $200 chair to a newly designed piece worth $2700
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A mother-of-four from Queensland accidentally started a booming chair renovation business. Emily Barnes, 36, buys second hand chairs for next to nothing and sells them for upwards of $650.
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 Angela Barker recalls 2002 attack by her abusive boyfriend 11 Oct 11:22pm Angela Barker recalls 2002 attack by her abusive boyfriend
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Angela Barker, from Victoria, has opened up about how she was left in a near-vegetative state after being viciously attacked by her abusive boyfriend.
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 Woman uses 20 different facial products and then uses 5 11 Oct 9:06pm Woman uses 20 different facial products and then uses 5
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Lucy Turner, 27, from London, delved into her cosmetics bag and selected the 20 products she would usually apply in order to achieve a pared back but glossy look.
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 From catwalk to cupboard: Botanical print 11 Oct 8:58pm From catwalk to cupboard: Botanical print
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Give your living room a new look, using inspiration from the latest couture trends. The botanical print featured heavily in the Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2017 show.
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 Nostalgic hair accessories that are all the rage  11 Oct 8:56pm Nostalgic hair accessories that are all the rage 
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Struggling to keep your hair tidy in the windy autumn weather? Take a practical tip from the catwalk - and add a nostalgic touch to your style - with Alice bands and hair ribbons.
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 One trend, three styles: Modern florals 11 Oct 8:55pm One trend, three styles: Modern florals
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This week Amy Kester selects three of the best modern floral dresses for your autumn wardrobe. They are the perfect transition item as we move into the colder months.
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 Six reasons to wear olive not black 11 Oct 8:29pm Six reasons to wear olive not black
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Olive green can make any item of clothing look that little bit more expensive. You don’t need to wear much of this shade to make an outfit stand out. The colour offers a softer, more feminine touch.
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