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Presented by Winifred Robinson and Stuart Flinders.


The manufacturer of the powerful eye drug Lucentis has agreed to cap the cost of treatment.

Many pools now have separate lanes for slow, medium and fast swimmers. There have been arguments and even talk of 'lane rage'. Cecile Wright talks to swimmers at Manchester's Aquatic Centre.

First Stop: Three charities offering advice on care for the elderly are joining together to offer a single one-stop help service, available by phone and on the internet.

Hospital worker Jimmy Real entered a raffle and won a day as Lord Mayor. Chris Hawksworth joins Jimmy and his wife Pat on the morning of his big day.

As energy costs rise, a study by the Electrical Contractors' Association shows that one in eight of us has stopped using key appliances.

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57 minutes

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Wed 27 Aug 2008 12:04

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