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April 2009

Blackwell introduces book printing on demand

Bookseller, Blackwell, has unveiled the Espresso Book Machine, which allows customers to print books on-demand in around five minutes

Citroën Nemo Multispace MPV

The Nemo Multispace MPV offers plenty of interior space for a budget price.

Recycling right could save taxpayers millions

Council tax bills could be cut by millions of pounds if councils and households improved the way they recycle, according to new research from which.co.uk.

Sony reveals BDP-S360 Blu-ray disc player

Sony has unveiled the BDP-S360 Blu-ray player, which has been launched alongside two home theatre kits

Mortgage applications rocket at the Rock

Northern Rock reports a 70% rise in mortgage applications between February and March

Insured drivers face cop stop

AA research shows that drivers who leave renewing their car insurance to the last minute face being stopped by the police.

Google Street View doesn’t invade privacy says ICO

Information Commissioner rules that Street View does not breach the Data Protection Act

Coffee machine sales defy gloom

Let the Which? experts lead you to espresso heaven with their verdicts on the best coffee makers with brands including Delonghi, Gaggia and Nespresso.

Advert for eBay banned by ad watchdog

An eBay advert boasting that its prices were a quarter cheaper than those in high street shops was today banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).

Budget: car scrappage scheme gets go-ahead

A new scrappage incentive scheme for cars will be introduced next month, giving thousands of motorists the chance to save cash on new cars.

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