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February 2009

Panasonic shows 2009 UK LCD and plasma ranges

Panasonic has announced a huge number of new Viera plasma and LCD TVs, from 19-inch LCDs to 54-inch plasmas,although pricing and shipping dates are unconfirmed.

Geneva Motor Show preview: Volvo DRIVe models

Volvo will show an extended range of DRIVe eco models at the Geneva motor show next week.

Iggy Pop insurer in cover aversion

Swiftcover scrutinised by the Advertising Standards Authority for use of Iggy Pop in ads.

Supermarkets and shops cut plastic bag use

Supermarkets and high street shops have cut the amount of plastic bags handed out to shoppers by more than a quarter since 2006, according to Wrap.

Motorway drivers to get fuel reminders

A new campaign has been launched to stop drivers running out of petrol or diesel on the motorway.

OFT to investigate estate agents

Today the government launches it's investigation into house buying and selling, following Which?'s calls for change.

British Gas ‘fines’ customer for cutting bill

A British Gas customer who took steps to make her home more energy efficient is being fined each week by the energy firm for cutting her bills too much.

Super wide-angle Samsung cameras launch

Samsung has announced two new cameras, both with 24mm wide-angle settings.

Car insurance claims ‘more likely’ in Swansea

Swansea is a hotspot for car insurance claims, according to a new survey.

Geneva Motor Show preview: Alfa MiTo GTA

This is the Alfa Romeo MiTo GTA Concept, bound for the Geneva motor show next month. GTA stands for Gran Turismo Allegerito, and is a famous sporting Alfa badge

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