The paper has announced that an online make-over is coming soon. And it's fair to say it has been badly in need of a revamp for some time. It says its new look, with a colour coding system and more video content, will contain tools to improve navigation. By introducing icons for Facebook and Twitter, it will also enable users to share articles. A short video gives a hint of the so-called "new dawn" promising bigger pictures and and "the hottest celebs."