Reading Staines High St Heathrow Terminal 5 Clapham Junction Waterloo North Sheen Bracknell Wokingham Staines Feltham Twickenham Richmond Mortlake Chertsey Egham Woking complete with avatar models. Organisers hope to sell the virtual outfits for hun- dreds of pounds each. Virtually Linked, the firm behind the show, worked with Twenty8Twelve to recreate its real LFW shows. Fashion week ended on 27 September after making record sales estimated to be worth more than 100m. 20 Wednesday, 30 September 2009 London Lite 0800 358 or visit a 3 store Available to new approved customers while customer remains on promoted price plan. Inclusive calls are for calls to standard UK landlines beginning 01, 02, 03 & UK mobiles or texts sent from the UK to other UK mobiles. NTS calls (beginning 08) excluded & maximum cost is 15p connection plus 15p per min thereafter. 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The study of 17,000 women showed that for every 1kg they gained from age 18, their chances of healthy survival into old age decreased by five per cent. Playboyjailed for2mmurder A BRITISH playboy property developer was jailed for life with a minimum term of 20 years today for murdering a man over a 2m deal. Thanos Papalexis thought that caretaker Charalambos Christodoulides, 55, would stand in the way of the sale of a site in Kilburn, the Old Bailey heard. Mr Christodoulides was strangled and his body was hidden in a car inspection pit. Two alleged henchmen face a retrial. Tube workers strike called off A PLANNED 24-hour strike on a busy London Underground line has been called off. Members of the Rail Maritime and Transport union on the Victoria Line were due to walk out next Monday evening in a row over rosters. London Underground welcomed the decision. Chief operating officer Howard Collins said: There was never any reason for this strike threat. No driver is being asked to work longer hours. DJ Theakstonis afatheragain JAMIE THEAKSTON has become a father for the second time. The DJs wife Sophie gave birth to their second boy, Kit, weighing 8lb 12oz, last night. Speaking to his Heart Breakfast co-host Harriet Scott this morning, Theakston, 38, said: Weve decided to call him Kit, not after the Knight Rider car. Hes absolutely fine, he seems to be enjoying himself and his mums all well. The couple already have a one-year-old son named Sidney. VirtualshoppingsiteputsTwenty8Twelveoncybercatwalk Heathrowtrainwillshutroadsfor40minutesanhour DRIVERS face longer hold-ups at railway level crossings if a new train link to Heathrow Airport is approved. Concerns are mounting over the proposed 673m Airtrack line linking Terminal 5 with Waterloo, Guildford, Woking and Reading, which would see crossings closing for a total of almost 40 minutes an hour at some times. The route would run mainly on existing lines via Clapham Junction, Richmond, Feltham and Staines, but would increase the amount of time barriers have to close. Airtracks promoter, Heathrow owner BAA, admitted four level crossings -- in Staines, Wokingham, Egham and Pooley Green -- would be significantly affected, with barriers shut for up to 39 minutes an hour. Surrey council was yesterday finalising its response to a Government consultation, while Richmond Council said it feared the borough would be cut in half. In total, 15 level crossings will be affected, having to close for up to four Airtrack trains an hour -- on top of existing services. BAA admits that four more crossings will see opening times cut by up to 25 per cent. A Surrey council report said: The scheme as proposed will cause unacceptable traffic problems. A public inquiry is expected next year. A BAA spokesman said the scheme will take cars off the road. Hold-ups: Airtrack will close level crossings for longer Virtual success: Savannah and Sienna Miller JUST when you thought it was safe to forget about London Fashion Week, the online world Second Life is staging a sequel starring Sienna Miller. The actress and designer is the main attraction in a virtual show tonight that aims to re plicate the glamour -- and sales figures -- of the biggest week on Londons fashion calendar. Tonights online catwalk display will recreate the collection of Twenty8- Twelve, run by Sienna and her sister Savannah, Starring role: the show will feature Millers designs index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html48.html49.html50.html51.html52.html53.html54.html55.html