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September 2007

ABTA launches carbon offset initiative

The travel industry has launched an initiative to give travellers information on how to reduce their carbon emissions.

Are your tyres safe?

Do you ever stop to think that tyres are the only point of contact between your car and the road - or that patch of slippery mud, ice or wet leaves?

Pirate Apple phones hit electronic blip

Blackmarket versions of the new Apple iPhone could become worthless after the company revealed updated software to bar them from unauthorised networks.

Staffordshire cheese wins protected status

Staffordshire cheese has been awarded the European legal protection enjoyed by world famous regional specialities such as Parma ham, champagne and feta, it has been announced.

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Most Britons stash cash around the home

Three-quarters of Britons admit they hide cash around their homes with the average person having more than £100 stashed away, a survey showed.

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Tests uncover many dead seeds

Gardening Which? tests found nearly all the delphinium seeds checked from one company were dead, the magazine reveals today.

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Fake parking ticket scam

Drivers were today being warned of fake car parking tickets being issued demanding payments of up to £100.

Energy-hungry light bulbs fading out

Energy-guzzling light bulbs will begin to disappear from shop shelves early next year as part of efforts to cut carbon emissions.

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New cars and hot deals, 28th September 2007

The latest new and used deals on the market

New Highway Code launched

The first revised Highway Code in eight years has been unveiled today containing new and updated rules.

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