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October 2009

Lidl supermarket starts cheap DVD rental service

Discount supermarket Lidl has started a new online DVD rental service to compete with the likes of LoveFilm and Blockbuster, which Lidl claims offers the 'UK's cheapest DVD rentals'.

Credit card reforms on the way, says government

Which? welcomes clampdown on credit card tricks of the trade as low minimum repayments, negative orders of payment and APR increases come under BIS scrutiny.

Amazon and Domino’s launch free iPhone apps

Amazon and Domino's Pizza have both launched shopping and delivery tracking apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

Number plate car tyre search now online

Mytyres car tyre website uses car number plate. Which? reports on the new mytyres.co.uk site - a new way of buying cheap car tyres online.

Scrappage scheme open to more motorists

The scrappage scheme has been enlarged with another £100 million added to the pot, and V-reg cars are also eligible

Dimmable LED light bulb will last ‘up to 25 years’

A dimmable six watt LED light bulb has gone on sale. It claims to match the performance of a traditional 60W bulb and last up to 25 years - but it costs £30.

Driver to sue Vauxhall over ‘unsafe’ handbrake

After suffering multiple injuries when a Vauxhall Vectra Estate rolled onto him, a motorist is taking Vauxhall to court to compensate him for his injuries.

Car insurance costs increase 14%

Average quoted car insurance premiums have risen by 5.6% between July and September 2009. Which? compared over 5,000 quotes to find its free-to-view Best Buys.

Honda to unleash Mugen Civic

Honda has confirmed it will sell a faster, Mugen version of its Civic Type R hot hatchback.

Last chance for Icesave customers

Icesave customers with cash still in their account have one week to lodge a claim with the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

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