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11 ways to save fuel as forecourt prices rocket

13 June 2022
11 ways to save fuel as forecourt prices rocket

11 ways to save fuel as forecourt prices rocket

13 June 2022

As the AA calls for a 10p cut in fuel duty we look at other ways drivers can conserve what's in their tank to reduce petrol and diesel bills.


Fuel predicted to hit £110 a tank

08 June 2022
Fuel predicted to hit £110 a tank

Fuel predicted to hit £110 a tank

08 June 2022

DRIVERS must be prepared to soon pay £2 a litre for petrol and diesel, warns the RAC, as the cost of fuel reaches new heights.


Holidaymakers at increased risk of fraud

30 May 2022
Holidaymakers at increased risk of fraud

Holidaymakers at increased risk of fraud

30 May 2022

SCAMMERS are finding new ways to target holidaymakers as the demand for breaks and travel increases.


5G masts could be strapped to traffic lights and bus shelters to boost coverage

26 May 2022
5G masts could be strapped to traffic lights and bus shelters to boost coverage

5G masts could be strapped to traffic lights and bus shelters to boost coverage

26 May 2022

5G and 4G phone masts could be attached to street lights, bus shelters and road signs under plans to cut red tape and improve mobile signal.


Half of Britain's butterfly species at risk of extinction

25 May 2022
Half of Britain's butterfly species at risk of extinction

Half of Britain's butterfly species at risk of extinction

25 May 2022

TIME is running out to save Britain's butterfly species, warn experts, as a new endangered list shows half now face extinction.

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What is monkeypox and how do you catch it?

17 May 2022
What is monkeypox and how do you catch it?

What is monkeypox and how do you catch it?

17 May 2022

WITH seven cases of monkeypox now in the UK, health officials admit there could be community transmission, and say they're urgently investigating.


New Highway Code rule lets you watch TV – but phones are still illegal

20 April 2022
New Highway Code rule lets you watch TV – but phones are still illegal

New Highway Code rule lets you watch TV – but phones are still illegal

20 April 2022

JUST months after some of the biggest changes in its history, the Highway Code is changing again.


How to buy half-price train tickets in the Great British Rail Sale

19 April 2022
How to buy half-price train tickets in the Great British Rail Sale

How to buy half-price train tickets in the Great British Rail Sale

19 April 2022

ONE million half-price train tickets are available to buy in the first ever Great British Rail Sale.

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How to cut the cost of a family outing using a Lotto ticket

23 March 2022
How to cut the cost of a family outing using a Lotto ticket

How to cut the cost of a family outing using a Lotto ticket

23 March 2022

SWAP your National Lottery ticket for money off a family day out and enjoy an outing this Mother's Day weekend.


Change coming for red diesel rules amid calls for 12-month delay

22 March 2022
Change coming for red diesel rules amid calls for 12-month delay

Change coming for red diesel rules amid calls for 12-month delay

22 March 2022

THE rules surrounding the use of red diesel are changing from April 1, but with prices rising companies are concerned about the switch.

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P&O Ferries: What to do if you have a booking

17 March 2022
P&O Ferries: What to do if you have a booking

P&O Ferries: What to do if you have a booking

17 March 2022

P&O Ferries has halted sailings and made staff redundant but what does that mean for local customers who have paid to travel?


Petrol prices hit new high in New Forest and Christchurch

07 March 2022
Petrol prices hit new high in New Forest and Christchurch

Petrol prices hit new high in New Forest and Christchurch

07 March 2022

CALLS are growing for the government to cut the VAT on fuel as petrol prices reach record high in the New Forest and Christchurch.


Asda latest supermarket to remove Russian products

07 March 2022
Asda latest supermarket to remove Russian products

Asda latest supermarket to remove Russian products

07 March 2022

SUPERMARKETS and department stores are ditching products which have connections with Russia as companies attempt to show their support for Ukraine.


How you can help war-torn Ukraine families

01 March 2022
How you can help war-torn Ukraine families

How you can help war-torn Ukraine families

01 March 2022

IF IMAGES of Ukrainian families fleeing their homes has left you wanting to do something, here are some ways to help.


Fresh warning for bird owners over avian flu

28 February 2022
Fresh warning for bird owners over avian flu

Fresh warning for bird owners over avian flu

28 February 2022

With the UK's biggest ever avian flu outbreak continuing, the UK's Chief Vet has issued a stern warning to those keeping poultry and other wild birds.


How to get free tickets to the Queen's jubilee palace concert

24 February 2022
How to get free tickets to the Queen's jubilee palace concert

How to get free tickets to the Queen's jubilee palace concert

24 February 2022

AN ENORMOUS party will be held at Buckingham Palace this summer with some of the world's top stars and you could be there – for free.


Morrisons cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staff

18 January 2022
Morrisons cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staff

Morrisons cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staff

18 January 2022

MORRISONS has become the first supermarket to make cuts to sick pay for unjabbed staff who have to isolate after being exposed to Covid.


Cost of living to 'devastate' the poorest families

18 January 2022
Cost of living to 'devastate' the poorest families

Cost of living to 'devastate' the poorest families

18 January 2022

A CHARITY is demanding emergency payments to help families stay afloat as energy bill rises, it says, threaten to send more into deep poverty.


Changes to Covid rules announced today

13 January 2022
Changes to Covid rules announced today

Changes to Covid rules announced today

13 January 2022

The self-isolation period in England is being reduced and travel to France is resuming - here's all you need to know about the new Covid rule changes.


The changes to Covid testing from today

11 January 2022
The changes to Covid testing from today

The changes to Covid testing from today

11 January 2022

THERE are big changes to testing rules for asymptomatic Covid patients from today (Tuesday) – here's all you need to know.


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