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Cycling to work can cut cancer and heart disease, says study

Want to live longer? Reduce your risk of cancer? And heart disease? Then cycle to work, say scientists. The biggest study into the issue linked using two wheels with a halving of the risk of cancer and heart disease. The five-year study of 250,000 UK commuters also showed walking had some benefits over sitting on […]

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Be first to see ‘New & exclusive’ properties when searching for your new home

Many agents advertising at OnTheMarket.com are launching their new-to-market properties exclusively here first.* Find out how to be first to see these homes. Thousands of estate and letting agents have moved their properties from other websites to advertise at OnTheMarket.com and many are choosing to launch their new-to-market properties exclusively here first: 24 hours or […]

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New £1 coin: What do you need to know about the end of the round pound?

The new £1 coin comes into circulation this month, signalling the beginning of the end for the round pound, which will be completely phased out by 15 October. If you’re struggling to make heads or tails of the change, here’s what you need to know, including what to do with your old coins and what […]

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House Price Index

The average price of newly marketed property has jumped up by 1.3% (+£3,877) this month. A larger monthly rise at this time of year has only been recorded once since 2007, an indicator of the continuing resilience of the market. Furthermore, it matches the monthly increase recorded in last year’s buy-to-let-boosted period. There are signs […]

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Our guide to house price indices

One month UK house prices fall, then the next, they soar. So which house price indices should you follow? Are property prices going up or down? It depends on which house price index you go by – and all of them operate according to slightly different criteria so not all are equal. Due to the […]

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Boaty McBoatface submarine set for first voyage

The yellow submarine named Boaty McBoatface is set to leave for Antarctica this week on its first science expedition. The robot is going to map the movement of deep waters that play a critical role in regulating Earth’s climate. Boaty carries the name that a public poll had suggested be given to the UK’s future […]

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Brexit bill: Parliament clears way for talks with EU

Parliament has passed the Brexit bill, paving the way for the government to trigger Article 50 so the UK can leave the European Union. Peers backed down over the issues of EU residency rights and a meaningful vote on the final Brexit deal after their objections were overturned by MPs. The bill is expected to […]

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WELCOME TO PROPERTYMARK

The property industry is changing and you’re a part of it! Propertymark unites the know-how and experience of all membership organisations to put forward a clear message; using a Propertymark agent will protect consumers and their money. Instead of each NFoPP member organisation trying to reach respective clients individually, we have created a new organisation […]

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Whalley Range Tennis Club

Welcome to WhalleyRangeTennis.com Whalley Range Lawn Tennis club is a safe and friendly community sports club welcoming all ages and abilities. We hope you find our website helpful and for further information on the club please follow the below link Membership details as requested below. Whalley Range Lawn Tennis is a safe and friendly community […]

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Repossessions at lowest level since 1982, say lenders

The number of repossessed properties fell last year to the lowest level since 1982. Data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders shows the number of properties taken into possession in 2016 declined year-on-year by almost 25% to 7,700. This compares with 10,200 in 2015. The number of possession cases declined in the fourth quarter of […]