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Margaret Nolan Dies, Bond Girl and Goldfinger Model Was 76

Margaret Nolan, the actress and model who appeared in the classic James Bond movie Goldfinger, has passed away. The news was broken on Sunday by filmmaker Edgar Wright, who’d recently cast the actress in what would become her final movie role. Her son, Oscar Deeks, has since confirmed her passing to Variety, though a cause of death still hasn’t been revealed. She was 76 years old.

“It’s my sad duty to report that actress and artist, the magnificent Margaret Nolan has passed

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Hong Kong fashion empire heiress Bonnie Evita Law dies during ‘illegal’ liposuction and boob job

Hong Kong fashion empire heiress, 34, dies during ‘illegal’ liposuction and boob job after going under the knife ‘to celebrate her birthday’

  • Bonnie Evita Law died after falling into a coma during plastic surgery in Seoul
  • Police claimed the operations had not been carried out by certified surgeons 
  • The agency which had arranged the operations was also illegal, police stated
  • Ms Law’s grandfather was the founder of billion-dollar clothing brand Bossini

A Hong Kong heiress has allegedly died while undergoing liposuction and breast augmentation procedures arranged by an illegal agent and performed by uncertified plastic surgeons, according to police.

Bonnie Evita Law, whose late grandfather built a billion-dollar fashion empire, passed in January at the age of 34 during the operations in South Korea.

The surgery was said to be part of

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Margaret Nolan, ‘Goldfinger’ Model and Actress in ‘A Hard Day’s Night,’ Dies at 76

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Margaret Nolan, an actress and artist known as the gold-painted model in the title sequence for the 1964 James Bond film “Goldfinger,” died Oct. 5, her son, Oscar Deeks, confirmed to Variety. She was 76.

Director Edgar Wright first announced the news of Nolan’s death on Twitter. In a touching tribute, Wright wrote: “She was the middle of Venn diagram of everything cool in the 60’s; having appeared with the Beatles, been beyond iconic in Bond and been part of the ‘Carry On’ cast too.”

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Margaret Nolan, ‘Goldfinger’ model and actor, dies at 76

Margaret Nolan, an actor and artist known as the gold-painted model in the title sequence for the 1964 James Bond film “Goldfinger,” died Oct. 5, her son, Oscar Deeks, confirmed to Variety. She was 76.

Director Edgar Wright first announced the news of Nolan’s death on Twitter. In a touching tribute, Wright wrote: “She was the middle of Venn diagram of everything cool in the 60’s; having appeared with the Beatles, been beyond iconic in Bond and been part of the ‘Carry On’ cast too.”

Nolan was born on Oct. 29, 1943 in

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Grand Party Hotel viewers left in tears as bride dies from terminal cancer just two months after her wedding

GRAND Party Hotel viewers were left in tears as a bride died just two months after her wedding.

After an emotional episode, a tribute appeared on screen dedicated to one of the hotel’s guests Kaylea who tragically died just a few short weeks after her wedding at the hotel was filmed.

Kaylea died of terminal cancer just weeks after she married the love of her life

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Kaylea died of terminal cancer just weeks after she married the love of her lifeCredit: BBC

The BBC One show that takes viewers behind the scenes of Liverpool’s Shankly Hotel and shares the poignant stories of the guests, paid tribute to Mark and Kaylea who tied the knot during the show.

The couple, who had been together for 14 years, made the heartbreaking decision to bring their wedding forward after Kaylea was diagnosed with terminal cancer.

During the moving episode Kaylea said she had been through “hell on earth” as doctors told her there was nothing more

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Fashion designer dies, Cleveland Browns attendance upped, White House cases, more – coronavirus timeline Oct. 3-9

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Here is our regular roundup of coronavirus facts, figures and numbers regarding Cleveland, Ohio, the United States and the world Oct. 3-9:

Oct. 3: CNN says only three states – Texas, Missouri and South Carolina – are reporting a decline in new cases compared to last week, as the country hit its highest daily rate in almost two months. Twenty-one states report an increase in cases. Chris Christie, former New Jersey governor and aide to President Trump, announces he tested positive. He joins several other prominent figures who tested positive, including Kellyanne Conway and Ronna McDaniel, chairwoman of the Republican National Committee. CBS News reports that the California governor’s office, in a Tweet, suggests restaurant-goers keep their masks on “in between bites.”

Oct. 4: Trump leaves the hospital and takes a ride with Secret Service members, drawing criticism for leaving a quarantined and controlled health environment. The

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Monica Roberts, a Black trans journalist who covered the killings of trans women before national media did, dies at 58

Monica Roberts had no predecessor. Before her groundbreaking blog, there were few news sites for Black transgender women like her.



a person holding a sign posing for the camera: Monica Roberts, a transgender journalist who chronicled the triumphs and tragedies of Black trans women in the US, died this week.


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Monica Roberts, a transgender journalist who chronicled the triumphs and tragedies of Black trans women in the US, died this week.

And before Monica Roberts, no journalist had painstakingly recorded and reported on the murders of transgender women of color. She took on both projects alone.

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“The power of a blog, I’ve learned, to shape events is mighty,” she said while accepting the Special Recognition Award at a GLAAD ceremony in 2016. “It’s even more potent when you walk the walk and back your words up with deeds.”

Through her work with the award-winning blog TransGriot, Roberts provided a blueprint for the national media on how to report about trans people with sensitivity and empathy. She championed Black trans women and men in their

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Minister Stripped of Credential for Officiating Gay Son’s Wedding Dies

The Mennonite minister whose church stripped him of his credentials for officiating the wedding of his gay son has died. Chester Wenger passed away Friday, October 2, in Lititz, Pennsylvania, with his family caring for him. He made history in 2014 when he officiated the wedding of his son Phil, who had been ex-communicated from the Mennonite church for being gay, and his partner Steve Dinnocenti. Wenger was 102.

“My father was a person who gave his life to his family and his church,” his son, Phil Wenger, told WGAL.

The elder Wenger officiated the ceremony of his son and Dinnocenti after marriage equality became legal. Phil had been excommunicated by a single leader in the Mennonite church decades before, but Chester was adamant he wanted to preside over the ceremony. He published an open letter afterwards explaining why doing so was in accordance with his interpretation of the

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Former Mennonite pastor Chester Wenger dies

Former Mennonite pastor Chester Wenger, who made national headlines eight years ago when he was stripped of his credentials for officiating his son’s same-sex wedding, has died.Wenger died Thursday at age 102 at his home in Lancaster County.”My father was a person who gave his life to his family and his church,” said his son, Phil Wenger.Chester Wenger lived in Lancaster County for the past 60 years. He spent a decade serving as the pastor at Blossom Hill Mennonite Church, but his son said his father’s greatest work came later in life. “When marriage became legal, I went to my father, my friend, my mentor and asked him whether he would sign a marriage certificate,” Phil Wenger said.A retired Chester Wenger officiated his son’s wedding in June 2014.After the ceremony, he published a letter explaining why he did it. He wrote, “We believe this is an opportune moment for the … Read More

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Fashion designer Kenzo Takada dies after catching Covid-19 aged 81

The Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada has died in Paris after contracting Covid-19, a spokesperson has announced. He was 81.



Kenzo Takada wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Photograph: Bertrand Rindoff Petroff/Getty Images


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Takada, known best by his first name, was the first designer from Japan to break into the city’s exclusive fashion milieu in the 1970s.

His prêt-à-porter designs with their trademark profusion of bright colours, flowers and jungle prints were a far cry from the traditional Parisian mode of the time, when chic salon presentations were largely prim and proper affairs.

Kenzo, who died at the American hospital on Sunday, was famous not only for his clothes, but went on to create a global brand of perfume and skin products. At the time of his death he was acting honorary president of the Asian Couture Federation.

Born in February 1939, at Himeji near Osaka, his parents ran a hotel. He was

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