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How blow dry bars have become the biggest beauty trend this year.
The government decides between Gatwick or Heathrow, but which is best?
Winifred Robinson looks at life for a free-range hen and how to recycle your old mattress.
The government will investigate if online gambling sites are treating customers fairly.
Are new retail developments in Northern cities causing permanent decline in nearby towns?
Will new welfare checks on fur farms persuade more consumers to wear fur?
Are parents ignoring their children's weight problem?
Looking at the teeth whitening industry, fighting liver disease and modern fur farming.
Is it time our High Street shops got better at weathering the weather?
The tenants facing eviction so a council can move homeless families into their homes.
HIV testing, power of attorney and energy credit.
Rail strikes, delays, overcrowding and rising ticket prices. Listeners have their say.
How do small energy firms survive? Are big music festivals struggling? The Bionic Olympics
Winter turbulence for low-cost airlines. And community groups building affordable housing.
Are the big six energy companies planning to drive smaller competitors out of the market?
How the emerging fine wine market in China has led to a rise in counterfeit bottles.
A year since the law on evicting tenants was changed, is it making a difference?
Can acupuncture help to improve fertility?
Peter White on new business rate values. What could they mean for failing high streets?
A food waste charity says it's receiving tonnes of over-produced supermarket bread.
Nursing homes in England are shutting beds because of a shortage of nurses.
New research shows parents are shouldering an extra "hidden" burden of university costs.
Reporting your bank card as stolen may not protect you from losing money.
A super-complaint calls for banks to better protect customers against bank transfer fraud.
A look at standards in the permanent make-up industry.
Vets say the fashion for flat faced breeds is causing a life of pain for some dogs.
Winifred Robinson asks: What's it like being a foster carer today?
Uber are testing driverless taxis on American roads.
Is building affordable homes for rent rather than buy the answer to the housing crisis?
A look at the King's Fund review into care services.