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June 2009

Vauxhall operations ‘unaffected’ by GM bankruptcy

Vauxhall’s US parent company General Motors filed for bankruptcy in a move which will allow it to restructure as a ‘stronger and more competitive’ company.

Brits distrust green advice from tradespeople

Just one in six British householders would trust the advice of a tradesperson if they offered to install energy efficiency measures.

Carbon offset warning from Friends of the Earth

Friends of the Earth has warned against the expansion of carbon offsetting schemes by developed nations ahead of next week's UN climate change talks in Bonn.

Twitter users to test psychic powers

Twitter users will test their psychic powers in first social experiment of its kind

Lidl, Lush and local traders up for Which? Awards

Household name brands and local traders have been short-listed by consumer champion Which? for its annual Which? awards.

Pentax launches mid-range K-7 digital SLR

Pentax has announced the K-7, a mid-range digital SLR in a compact and rugged metallic body

Council to reward residents who recycle

Residents in Windsor and Maidenhead will be the first in the UK to trial a new recycling reward points scheme from 1 June.

Brits ‘still unsure about scrappage scheme’

Many Brits would rather sell their car privately than take advantage of the government’s new scrappage scheme, according to a new survey.

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