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Students told to apply for loans before A-level results day to ensure funding

03 August 2021
Students told to apply for loans before A-level results day to ensure funding

Students told to apply for loans before A-level results day to ensure funding

03 August 2021

With A-level results out in a week, the Student Loans Company is urging students to get finance applications in, even if plans remain unclear.


Households face biggest rise to energy bills for a decade

02 August 2021
Households face biggest rise to energy bills for a decade

Households face biggest rise to energy bills for a decade

02 August 2021

The cost of energy bills may rocket, if Friday's increase to the energy price cap goes ahead, but there are concerns for lower income families too.

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Here's where kids eat free this summer

02 August 2021
Here's where kids eat free this summer

Here's where kids eat free this summer

02 August 2021

Keen to treat the kids without breaking the bank? Here's a round up of pubs, restaurants and cafes with 'kids eat free' deals this summer.


TV licence deadline is here and missing it could cost £1,000

31 July 2021
TV licence deadline is here and missing it could cost £1,000

TV licence deadline is here and missing it could cost £1,000

31 July 2021

Thousands of people risk a £1,000 fine if they don't meet this weekend's TV licence deadline, here's why.


Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

28 July 2021
Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

Holidaymakers warned to check passports after Government error

28 July 2021

Travellers are being reminded to check passports are valid following confusion with post-Brexit rules and the government's own passport checker.


Met Office has 'good news' for hayfever sufferers

28 July 2021
Met Office has 'good news' for hayfever sufferers

Met Office has 'good news' for hayfever sufferers

28 July 2021

After weeks of very high pollen levels and unbearable symptoms there's some good news for hayfever sufferers this week.


Supermarket to build biggest electric car charging network

27 July 2021
Supermarket to build biggest electric car charging network

Supermarket to build biggest electric car charging network

27 July 2021

A supermarket chain says it is installing the UK's largest charging network for electric cars under its expansion plans.


7 ways to keep kids reading in the holidays

27 July 2021
7 ways to keep kids reading in the holidays

7 ways to keep kids reading in the holidays

27 July 2021

Are you trying to get children to pick up a book this summer? Here's some expert tips for keeping their reading going through the school break.


Renew credit claims or money may stop, warns HMRC

26 July 2021
Renew credit claims or money may stop, warns HMRC

Renew credit claims or money may stop, warns HMRC

26 July 2021

More than 300,000 people have less than a week left to renew tax credit claims or they risk payments being stopped, warns HMRC.


Are we heading for a cashless society?

26 July 2021
Are we heading for a cashless society?

Are we heading for a cashless society?

26 July 2021

Campaigners says millions would struggle to survive in a society that doesn't use cash, prompting the Post Office to launch a campaign.


Slang words your kids use you may need to understand

23 July 2021
Slang words your kids use you may need to understand

Slang words your kids use you may need to understand

23 July 2021

Are you left scratching your head at some of the slang words kids use? From 'lit' to 'yeet' and acronyms like PAW and PITR, we're here to translate.


5 ways to help your family sleep well in the heat

20 July 2021
5 ways to help your family sleep well in the heat

5 ways to help your family sleep well in the heat

20 July 2021

From the best ways to cool rooms to maintaining a proper evening routine, we've got some top tips to help your family sleep well during the heatwave.


How to keep your pets safe in the sun

19 July 2021
How to keep your pets safe in the sun

How to keep your pets safe in the sun

19 July 2021

Heat exhaustion can pose a danger to pets. Here's the RSPCA's top tips for keeping your animals cool and comfortable during the hot weather.


Pregnant man among new 2021 emojis

19 July 2021
Pregnant man among new 2021 emojis

Pregnant man among new 2021 emojis

19 July 2021

A new proposed release of 2021 emojis includes a pregnant man and a gender-neutral person wearing a crown.

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Cool off with World Ice Cream Day today

18 July 2021
Cool off with World Ice Cream Day today

Cool off with World Ice Cream Day today

18 July 2021

From the nation's favourite ice cream to the world's smallest parlour - we take a look at ways to celebrate today's World Ice Cream Day.


Bookings open for winter flu jabs

16 July 2021
Bookings open for winter flu jabs

Bookings open for winter flu jabs

16 July 2021

Boots has opened flu jab bookings early, with slots for both NHS and private patients, saying it's preparing for a 'potential flu epidemic'.


Are you missing out on £900 of council tax help?

15 July 2021
Are you missing out on £900 of council tax help?

Are you missing out on £900 of council tax help?

15 July 2021

A staggering £2.6 billion of council tax help to help cut the cost of bills, went unclaimed by 2.7million people last year. Could you be entitled?


'A shocking month for drivers' as fuel prices rocket and staycation costs climb

14 July 2021
'A shocking month for drivers' as fuel prices rocket and staycation costs climb

'A shocking month for drivers' as fuel prices rocket and staycation costs climb

14 July 2021

With petrol prices at an eight-year high and food prices also on the up, there's a warning about the cost to our summer plans.


Can I leave my child home alone?

14 July 2021
Can I leave my child home alone?

Can I leave my child home alone?

14 July 2021

With hundreds of children off school in isolation and six weeks of holiday coming up, the NSPCC has advice for parents trying to make a decision.


Supermarket warns of fake emails scam

13 July 2021
Supermarket warns of fake emails scam

Supermarket warns of fake emails scam

13 July 2021

Morrisons has issued a warning to customers about a new scam circulating in emails pretending to be from the store.

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