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2007

Junk food ad curbs to be extended

Curbs on junk food ads in children's TV will be extended from tomorrow to cover programmes that appeal to kids aged up to 16.

Sales of Sad therapy lamps soar

Sunseeking Britons who cannot get away to foreign climes are stocking up on therapy hot lamps to ward off the winter blues.

Campaign says caravans are greener choice

Caravanning can be a greener way to travel and help cut carbon dioxide emissions, it was claimed today.

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End in sight for domestic light bulbs?

Scientists are developing a new generation of super efficient household light bulbs which could spell the end of regular bulbs within three years.

Which? condemns cosmetic surgery deals

Which? is today condemning clinics that put pressure on people to rush into cosmetic surgery through deals such as time-limited discounts.

Ad watchdog warns over ‘free’ claims

Advertisers must be cautious about claiming their goods and services are 'free', the industry watchdog has warned.

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Millions set to book holiday early

Nearly 12 million people are set to beat post-Christmas gloom by booking a holiday between now and the end of February, it was revealed today.

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Water company invents anti-leakage gadget

Boffins at a water company have invented a new device aimed at reducing the millions of litres of water lost through leaking pipes by up to a quarter, it was announced today.

Thousands died from reaction to drugs

Nearly 3,000 patients died in the past three years because of adverse reactions to drugs they thought would make them better, according to new figures.

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Mouse found in Christmas cracker

Bad jokes and paper hats are standard in the average Christmas cracker, but one New Zealand woman found a revolting extra in hers - a dead mouse.

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