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January 2010

Big stores give rubbish recycling advice

Some of the UK’s biggest stores are giving customers the wrong advice about how to dispose of their old electrical goods, a Which? investigation has found.

Results in from latest Which? fridge freezer tests

Which? has reviewed five new fridge freezers in its latest round of tests, including one of Sharp's first and a model from LG it claims is a 'world-first.'

Capital One launches 1% cashback credit card

£10 annual bonus cashback offset by £18 fee, but the standard 1% cashback makes this a competitive card for medium to big spenders

Honda UK recalls 171,000 Jazz models

Honda UK is to contact 171,372 owners of its Jazz to arrange a safety recall. The recall concerns the previous generation Honda Jazz built between 2002-2008.

Saab saved by Dutch car company Spyker

Dutch sports car maker Spyker has agreed to buy Saab from General Motors (GM) in a $400 million deal, saving the iconic Swedish car company from closure.

Safest cars of 2009 named

Crash testing body Euro NCAP has announced the top five safest cars of 2009, and the latest VW Golf has come top of the list.

New Mazda 5 MPV debuts in Geneva

The new Mazda 5 MPV is making its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, but we already have these official images.

Car insurance quotes rise by record 20%

Car insurance quotes have increased by a record 20% in the last year, according to market researchers Consumer Intelligence.

Barclaycard offers 15-month 0% balance transfer

New credit card offer is competitive for 0% balance transfers, offering a 15-month 0% period (with a 2.9% fee)

Coventry BS launches 3.15% savings account

Coventry Building Society has today launched the fourth issue of its 1st Class Postal savings account.

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