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March 2006

Energy prices

Energy company Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) has put up its fuel prices for the second time this year.

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Hospitals will not cope

UK hospitals would not be able to cope to cope with the extra demands of a bird flu pandemic, health experts are warning today.

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Kids’ dietary needs

Most childminders and nurseries provide a healthy diet for young children, government inspectors reveal today.

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McKechnie awards

A parent who took a leaf out of Jamie Oliver's book to improve local school meals has won the Consumer Action award in the first ever Sheila McKechnie Foundation awards.

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Inspector Home report

People who buy brand new homes are getting a raw deal because of increasing numbers of faults, according to a report out today.

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Trade disappoints consumers

Home improvement and repair work causes the most heartache for consumers of any product or service, figures released today show.

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Phoning from abroad

Mobile phone companies could be forced to cut their charges for making and receiving calls abroad, under EU plans.

Parking fees

Hospital trusts are raking in as much as GBP 1.5 million a year each from patients for car parking, health chiefs have confirmed.

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Powergen announces gas price rise

Six million gas and electricity customers face more heartache after Powergen announced huge hikes to its energy prices.

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Ofcom’s rule changes

Which? has slated proposals to curb the amount of junk food TV ads aimed at kids for not going far enough.

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