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Cancer sufferer Eileen cut her £3,000 travel cover bill to £134... thanks to a fellow survivor who set up...

When Eileen Lomas was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2015, she wasn't sure she'd live to see all her children get married. But, two years on, she's well on track. The last of her four children to tie the knot - her eldest son Michael, 37 - is getting...

Daily Mail, 2 min. ago in Business
 

Protect laptops on planes: Insurers hastily adapt policies following ban on large electronic devices in cabins

Major travel insurers have relaxed policies, following a ban on storing laptops in hand luggage on some international flights. Britain has banned large electronic devices from the cabins of UK-bound flights from six countries amid fears of terrorism....

Daily Mail, 2 min. ago in Business
 

YP Letters: My wasted National Insurance contributions

From: Alan Chapman, Bingley. THE letter of my pal of several years, Barry Foster from Whitby, ‘No need for guilt on NHS’ (The Yorkshire Post, March 23), draws me to offer good reasons not to feel any concerns for using the NHS in our latter years. In...

Yorkshire Post, yesterday, 13:14 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Clocks going forward also means a rise in the number of house burglaries

Clocks going forward also means a rise in the number of house burglaries

Insurance companies are bracing themselves for a spike in the number of burglaries now that the clocks have gone forward. Research has shown there is often a spike in the number of raids after the clocks go forward as the lighter nights mean people...

Burton Mail, yesterday, 22:12 in Regional West
 

Aviva boss sees his pay fall 20% in a year - but still has £4.3m to play with as it mulls sale of Friends...

The boss of UK insurance giant Aviva has seen his annual pay fall by 20 per cent in the last year, the group's latest annual report revealed. Chief executive Mark Wilson's total annual pay packet, including bonuses and long-term investment plan...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 17:16 in Business
 
REVEALED: Millions of motorists are using public transport over driving - THIS is why

REVEALED: Millions of motorists are using public transport over driving - THIS is why

Rises in insurance, fuel and road tax have prompted record numbers of drivers to leave their car at home and use public transport. Research by insurance market experts Consumer Intelligence found 34 per cent of drivers have cut back to keep costs...

Daily Express, yesterday, 15:57 in Auto
 

Hawick woman accused of using employer’s bank account

0 Have your say A Hawick carer has been accused of using the bank account of her employer to obtain services. Carly March, 31, of Cheviot Road, is charged with pretending to Sky Digital, Kwikfit Insurance and AXA Insurance that she had permission of...

 

In the courts of Lincolnshire...

The following cases have been heard at magistrates courts in Lincolnshire: Gary Paul King, 35, of 59 Arthur Taylor Street, Lincoln, pleaded guilty to theft of a Nerf gun to the value of £40 belonging to Argos. He was ordered to pay compensation of...

Lincolnshire Echo, yesterday, 14:04 in Regional East
 
Top 10 cheapest cars to run REVEALED - Do you own one of these vehicles?

Top 10 cheapest cars to run REVEALED - Do you own one of these vehicles?

Owning a car is becoming increasingly more expensive with prices of insurance, tax and repairs costing more.  It was revealed last week that the increasing costs of owning a car was leaving thousands of families ‘struggling to make ends meet.’ ...

Daily Express, yesterday, 11:50 in Auto
 

Lavender Lasses’ South Shields party night boost charity funds

A group of ladies have put their fundraising skills into action to help boost the funds of a cancer charity. The Lavender Lasses hosted ‘The Lavender Lash Up’ at the Hedworth Hall in Dean Road, South Shields. The event, sponsored by David Joseph, The...

 

Mansfield drivers still on the road despite racking up points

Law-breaking motorists on the streets of Mansfield have been allowed to continue driving – despite racking up more than 20 points on their licences. Hundreds of drivers in Nottinghamshire are allowed to stay behind the wheel after committing numerous...

 

Chorley court listings - Tuesday March 28 2017

Here is a summary of cases heard at Chorley Magistrates' Court Sean Daniel McLaughlin, 34, of Gloucester Road, Chorley, was given a 12-month drug rehabilitation community order by Chorley magistrates for stealing goods worth £294 from Morrisons. He...

 
Meet Nottingham lawyer whose brother-in-law Nick Wright scored one of Wembley's 'best ever' goals

Meet Nottingham lawyer whose brother-in-law Nick Wright scored one of Wembley's 'best ever' goals

As a partner at law firm Browne Jacobson, Helena Wootton leads the data protection, financial and insurance side of the East Midlands commercial team. But while the 43-year-old, of The Park, is a vastly experienced lawyer, she is currently taking her...

Nottingham Post, yesterday, 09:18 in Regional East
 

AA full-year core profit steady, new business up

Motoring group AA (AAAA.L) posted a full-year core profit of 403 million pounds ($505.5 million) on Tuesday, steady from the previous year and in line with expectations, supported by growth in new business. AA, which offers roadside recovery and motor...

Reuters, yesterday, 09:17 in World News
 

AA full-year core profit steady, new business up

Motoring group AA (AAAA.L) posted a full-year core profit of 403 million pounds ($505.5 million) on Tuesday, steady from the previous year and in line with expectations, supported by growth in new business. AA, which offers roadside recovery and motor...

Reuters, yesterday, 07:48 in Business
 


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