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Meet TED

Talented, attentive, broad-minded, compassionate…and did I mention the butterflies? It’s official – I’m in love with TED.


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Dancing Hilda celebrates 100th birthday

Hilda with daughter's Sue Roe, 61, and Dianne Hughes, 67

Her whole life Hilda Cheek has loved nothing more than being with family and dancing - so a party surrounded by her loved ones was a fitting way to celebrate her 100th birthday.


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Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV is top dog

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

Mitsubishi's big but frugal Outlander PHEV has taken top spot in a set of awards for cars that mix modest thirst and emissions with the ability to entertain their drivers and keep running costs down in the real world.

Clean living Audi quattro


It covers 310 miles on one tank of fuel – and its exhaust emits nothing more than a few drops of water.

Suzuki Jimny gets a freshen up

Suzuki Jimny

Suzuki has given some specification upgrades to its highly popular Jimny compact 4x4 model, aimed at refreshing the appeal of the iconic model in the Suzuki range.


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Stock market inches to new record

Traders Peter Tuchman, left, and Kevin Lodewick pose with Santa on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (AP)

The US stock market eked out another record close ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday as investors assessed the latest reports on the economy and some corporate earnings.

2m warned over off-road insurance

Vehicles have to be insured unless they are formally declared as being off the road

Two million warning letters have been sent out to motorists since rule changes came into force which mean that vehicles have to be insured unless they are formally declared as being off the road.

Labour to aid poor water customers

Labour will draw up a scheme to help water customers struggling with their bills

A Labour government will act to force water companies to place customers struggling to pay their bills on lower tariffs, shadow environment secretary Maria Eagle is warning.


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