moved to the capital in the wake of the bands smash hit 1994 album Definitely Maybe. The news is the clearest sign yet that Noel is now settling down with girlfriend Sara MacDonald and their two-year-old son Donovan. London Lite Tuesday, 3 November 2009 Inbrief Jamie too skint for family hols JAMIE OLIVERS wife has told how her family couldnt afford a holiday this year -- even though the chef is worth an estimated 40m. Jools Oliver said the money is tied up in Jamies businesses and properties, including a house they bought next to their Primrose Hill home. We couldnt afford it because we chose to do the house, she said. C-charge glitch hits thousands THOUSANDS of motorists were unable to pay the congestion charge yesterday because of a computer glitch. As Transport for London moved its payment system from Capita to IBM, it left drivers unable to log into their online accounts. TfL said it would still enforce the charge, as customers were able to pay by phone or by visiting shops. Welikeourlook, say capital girls GIRLS in London are happier with their looks than anywhere else in the country, a survey claimed today. More than 1,000 girls aged between seven and 21 were quizzed in the poll, for the Girl Guides. Fifteen per cent of girls in the capital said they would not change a thing about their appearance, compared with eight per cent in the rest of Britain. Beefeater Moira has gone bald THE Tower of Londons first female Beefeater has gone bald after bullying by colleagues, she revealed today. Moira Cameron, 44, is said to have stress-related alopecia after nasty notes were left in her locker and her uniform was defaced. She said: Over the last year I have lost my hair and this has been distressing. Over the Roon! Heading north: Noel Gallagher and Sara MacDonald Hey you, whos thinking about squirrels (well you are now).Youre covered. Based on information available at time of going to press.Terms and conditions apply. Find out more at orange.co.uk/3G As the UKs biggest network, we cover more people than any other. Noel:ImquittingLondonforManchester E Continued from Page 1 Going home: hospital staff say goodbye as the Rooneys walk to their car, inset the proud new parents leave at about 9am today. The couple were accom- panied by Coleens parents, Colette and Tony McLoughlin, who loaded the car boot with balloons and flow- ers. Among the gifts of baby clothes was a football shirt bearing the name of 8lb 2oz Kai Wayne Rooney. Coleen, 23, opted for an NHS hos- pital for the birth, which was induced -- the baby had been due on 24 October. She checked in on Sunday and Wayne stayed at her side through- out, finally going home last night to get some sleep. A hospital source said today: He had booked the recovery room to sleep in, but Coleen told him to go home and rest before picking her up this morning. He said he couldnt get a wink as he was looking forward to seeing baby Kai and Coleen so much. Before he left he thanked all the hospital staff, he was really polite and just seemed in his element now he is a father. There was speculation about why the couple called their son Kai, which meant Great King in Persia. It is also a character in the computer game Mortal Kombat. A spokesman for the family said: Wayne and Coleen are thrilled with the wonderful addition to their family life. Waynes gran Pat Morrey, 78, added: We are all over the moon. NOEL GALLAGHER has revealed he is quitting London to head back up north because the capital has no vibe. The 42-year-old star announced his plans at the Music Industry Awards held last night. The revelation comes just over two months since Oasis split after a bust-up between the Gallagher brothers before a gig in Paris on 28 August. Noel said he could not go on working with Liam a day longer. Speaking at the awards at the Grosvenor House hotel, Noel said: Im leaving London to go back up north, to Manchester. Ive been advised to do a Rod Stewart, as in a tax exile, but I dont want to do it. But London has lost its spark. The Mancunian songwriter by max thurlow Couplearethrilledatwonderfuladditiontotheirlives H 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.html