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  Week beginning 05 Apr 2004  
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Monday 05 Apr 2004
  Fathers and flexible working
It's estimated that British Dads do approximately one third of all childcare but don't get the flexibility they need at work to help them do more. Tomorrow it's a year since legislation which gives the right to any parent with a child under six or a child with disabilities under 18 to request flexible working hours.

  Author, Sheila Quigley
Grandmother, Sheila Quigley has just published her first novel, Run For Home, a gritty thriller set in the North East of England.

  Francine Raymond: hen keeper
Francine is the doyenne of the chicken world.

  Fifties fashion is back. Why?
The young Audrey Hepburn is the muse for Prada's spring collection, and colour has already crept into the high streets - with bright patterns, voluminous skirts and neat fitted jumpers all part of the fifties revival.

  Sporting couples: Shelley Newman
Shelley is hoping to secure an Olympic place in Athens in August...

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