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23:27, 12 JUL 2013
Petrol prices up, rail fares up - where will it end?
PETROL prices are on the up again – but it seems there’s little use turning to the railways to ease the burden on your pocket.
Asda cuts fuel prices by a penny a litre
SUPERMARKET firm Asda today cut petrol prices by 1p a litre – just in time for the bank holiday weekend.
Huddersfield University economist says motorists still not paying full cost of road use
MOTORISTS facing petrol prices at record highs may beg to differ – but one economist says they are not paying nearly enough.
Petrol retailers set to follow ASDA’s lead in cutting prices
HUDDERSFIELD motorists can expect lower petrol prices following a sudden drop in the cost of crude oil, industry experts said.
THURS PM: Asda cuts fuel prices to 99.9p
SUPERMARKET chain Asda cut its fuel prices to 99.9p per litre today, saying there was "little justification" to charge more than £1 at the pumps.
Kirklees vans could be costing us dear
THERE seems to be cutbacks in Kirklees Council such as libraries, information centres and other things that affect the public.
West Yorkshire News
Petrol prices back at £1 a litre, says price comparison site PetrolPrices.com
MOTORISTS in Huddersfield are braced for further rises in petrol prices – as unleaded fuel broke the £1-a-litre barrier again.
Denis: Cost of MPs’ pensions makes me fill up
THERE we all are, worried about having the house repossessed when what does the Government do?
Motorists call for Chancellor to cancel fuel tax rise
MOTORISTS in Yorkshire issued an eleventh-hour plea for Chancellor Alistair Darling to cancel today’s fuel duty increase.
AA urges Government to scrap plans for April 1 fuel duty increase
MOTORING groups have urged the Government to scrap plans for a fuel duty rises next month.
What it costs to keep us motoring
MOTORISTS filling up at the pumps in Huddersfield probably give little thought to how the fuel they are buying finds its way to the forecourt.
West Yorkshire News
Seeking memories about this seat
WALKERS are being invited to take a trip down memory lane as a village hotel restores a popular bench.
Cuts see petrol prices tumble to three-year low
TESCO has fired the latest shot in a supermarket price war by slashing 3p a litre off the price of unleaded and diesel at its 430 filling stations.
Electricity answer to rising oil prices
LET’S switch on to electric power on our roads!
I owe my good teeth to the days our water had fluoride
JUST a few comments on the debate over additions of the natural chemical fluoride into the drinking water supply.
‘Falling oil prices are not being passed on’
A FALL in the cost of crude oil has not brought lower prices at the pumps, a motoring organisation claimed.
It’s just one hitch after another....
I’VE been listening to BBC journalist Evan Davis on the radio telling stories of his recent hitchhiking experiences and it brought back some amusing tales of my own.
Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce
Cut duty on fuel, business chief urges Government
A BUSINESS leader in Huddersfield has urged the Government to cut fuel duty.
TUES AM Supermarkets slash petrol prices
SUPERMARKETS launched a petrol price war today, with three of Britain’s biggest chains cutting the cost of unleaded and diesel by up to 5p a litre.
Shoppers feel pinch and buy cheap
SHOPPERS in Huddersfield are spending less on luxury items and switching to cheaper food stores, a survey has revealed.
Martha's motor of the future
IT’S free to run, environmentally friendly and fitted with a host of modern features.
SOARING household bills and fears of a looming interest rate hike have driven consumer confidence to its lowest level since Britain was last facing recession 18 years ago, a survey said today.
The GfK NOP barometer of UK confidence scored minus 34 in June, down five points from May and the lowest reading since March, 1990, just before the country’s last recession.
NATIONAL Express today said it was “confident” of combating rocketing fuel bills with pricing promotions and cost cuts.
The rail, bus and coach operator said it planned to use “innovative pricing” to help offset soaring oil prices.
BUS and rail operator Stagecoach said worries fears over the environment and higher petrol prices were driving more people onto public transport.
The group noted a “fundamental shift” in transport habits as it unveiled higher revenue for its bus and rail businesses.