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GP’s pay

The government has defended the money paid to GPs after it was reported that some are making up to GBP 250,000 a year.

Alternative planting

Gardeners are being urged to spend less time trying to look for loopholes in hosepipe bans and instead invest in drought-tolerant plants.

UK holiday travel

Millions of people will take to the roads and head for the UK's airports over the long weekend.

Laptop trick

Police have issued a warning after people who thought they were buying a cheap laptop were tricked into walking off with a rather different set of chips - a bag of potatoes.

Drivers dodge the law

Drivers are increasingly trying to avoid driving fines by using a bogus address so they can't be traced.

Apple step change

Applehas unveiled new software which allows its latest computers to run Microsoft Windows.

Missing post

A thieving postman has been jailed for four months after he admitted hiding thousands of letters at home because his bag was too heavy for him.

Digital changeover

Four in ten UK viewers are completely in the dark about the switch to digital television and only seven per cent know when it's happening in their area, according to Which? Online.

Electrical retailer to go

Electrical giant Dixons is to disappear from the high street to concentrate on selling online following a major shake-up by its owner.

Dietary help?

Folic acid could be added to bread to cut the number of babies born with spina bifida after a change of heart by the government's food watchdog.

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