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March 2009

Kia extends seven-year warranty to used cars

In an unprecedented move, Kia has announced that from April it will offer up to seven years’ warranty on used cars.

Flip launches the ‘world’s smallest HD camcorder’

The Flip Mino HD, successor to the popular standard definition pocket camcorder, is available now from Firebox

Energy customers to get ‘fair deal’ says Ofgem

Consumers are set to get a fairer deal from their gas and electricity supplier under proposals unveiled today by the energy watchdog Ofgem.

MPs call for end to meaningless green claims

A group of MPs has called for a new system of environmental labelling to prevent companies from making misleading claims about how green their products are.

Which? Holiday’s 10 favourite UK places to visit

Which? Holiday lists ten of their favourite places to visit in the UK

Post Office strikes driving licence deal

A new five-year deal means motorists will be able to renew their photocard driving licences at branches of the Post Office.

Sales of video games boosts entertainment sector

Gamers buoy entertainment market as album and video sales decline

‘Digital divide’ is alive in UK

New report reveals those from deprived areas are less likely to engage with online government

Web shoppers ‘oblivious to fraud’

Twenty per cent of online shoppers aren't aware of the risks of fraud

Vauxhall’s Insignia Sports Tourer arrives

Vauxhall has announced that its new Insignia 'Sports Tourer' estate will go on sale on 10 April.

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