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Taxiback: Fewer Empty Taxis

It’s a fact of life in the taxi business that cabs must often return back to base empty after dropping off a customer — particularly when that drop-off was at an airport.


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The Genius of Everyday Things

The ingenuity of a group of seemingly run-of-the-mill objects that we encounter everyday is highlighted in a new exhibition at the Science Museum.


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Building A Better Jam

Fraser was just 14 when, using his gran’s recipes, he developed a healthier jam with 100 per cent fruit and no added sugar.


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Making Tables From Hangers

The patriotic table tops are the work of inventor and entrepreneur Nick Stillwell, who created them using recycled coat hangers supplied by the Frome store.


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Interview with Big Nose Coffee

Big Nose Coffee Company is a UK based online store aimed at the home coffee enthusiast or home coffee newbie.


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Tourist Opportunities Below London’s Streets

Old London Underground plans to open the first site, Brompton Road station, in time for the 2012 Olympic Games in east London, Chambers said.


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LingleOnline: Teaching Materials For English Teachers

LingleOnline lets teachers automatically create English language learning materials from current news sources.


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Pint Sized Entrepreneur Sells Marbles

Eight-year-old Harli Jordean, who has been obsessed with marbles since he was six, turned his love for the shiny orbs into a bonafied business at 500 bucks a pop.


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Inventor Makes Solar Water Heating More Affordable

Tom Seppings, of Beccles, has created the SolaPlug, which aims to make the heating of water cheaper and also easier to fit.


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“Ding Dong the Witch is Dead” Selling Briskly After Thatcher’s Death

Those who saw her death as a cause for celebration have prompted a download surge for the track.