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Monthly Archives: March 2011

  • Weddings abroad ‘more popular than home ceremonies’
  • 31 March 2011 | 0 Comments
  • Large numbers of engaged couples may soon be looking for overseas wedding insurance after new research has revealed many couples would rather tie the knot abroad. A survey conducted by Post Office International Payments found that 78 per cent of bride and grooms-to-be would prefer to jet to foreign climes instead of getting hitched in their local town. However, those considering … More

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  • Burglar found asleep in caravan
  • 31 March 2011 | 0 Comments
  • Criminal damage caused by a drunken burglar may have caused one man to claim on his caravan insurance. The vehicle’s owner retuned to his motorhome to find 22-year-old Liam Brebner asleep inside and called the police, the News and Crier reports. Brebner was charged with criminal damage and ordered to pay £200 compensation after smashing a window to enter the caravan. … More

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  • Australian Labradoodle made to look like tiger
  • 31 March 2011 | 0 Comments
  • Dog insurance customers might be amused by the makeover given to an Australian Labradoodle belonging to a grooming salon owner in New Zealand. Celebrity Woodhouse has been dyed and clipped to resemble a tiger, complete with bright orange colouring and black stripes, reports the Daily Mail. The canine pal of Jody Woodhouse even has his ears and tail painted with … More

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  • Japanese horses triumph in Dubai race
  • 31 March 2011 | 0 Comments
  • Race horse insurance customers may be interested to hear that a pair of Japanese horses took the top spots at the Dubai World Cup earlier this week. In first place was Victoire Pisa, ridden by jockey Mirco Demuro, followed by Transcend – another Japanese animal, reports First Post. Speaking after the race, Demuro commented: “I was hoping this horse would … More

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  • Canine couple survive 150ft fall
  • 31 March 2011 | 0 Comments
  • One owner who may have had to claim on her dog insurance policy recently was Lyndsey Rudd, whose two pooches chased a rabbit off a 150ft cliff. Miraculously, both animals survived the fall and Sasha and Moby are both expected to recover fully, reports BBC News. The event occurred in Southerndown, Bridgend county and according to Mrs Rudd, both creatures suddenly … More

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  • Bomb caught in boat’s fishing nets
  • 31 March 2011 | 0 Comments
  • One fishing company has been saved from having to claim on its boat insurance despite hauling a live bomb on board. The crew of a vessel in Aberdeenshire called the police after discovering what appeared to be a torpedo-shaped item in their nets. As a safety precaution, Peterhead Harbour, where the device was found, was closed to the public while bomb … More

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  • Harrogate ‘great for retail therapy’
  • 30 March 2011 | 0 Comments
  • Touring caravan insurance customers may want to explore Yorkshire on their next vacation, following one expert’s comments. A spokesperson from Harrogate Tourism Team described how the town has more to offer than just the historic baths it is known for. “Harrogate is a fantastic place for a spot of retail therapy. Exclusive boutiques, independent fashion stores and favourite high street … More

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  • Vacations ‘good time to re-connect with loved ones’
  • 30 March 2011 | 0 Comments
  • Taking out camping insurance and heading on a mini-break could be one way for couples to re-connect. Christine Webber, a psychotherapist speaking on behalf of travel company Kuoni, described how a holiday is the ideal time to re-establish relationships. She explained how a break from chaotic day-to-day life can give people the opportunity to re-ignite romance and let go of their … More

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  • Three-piece suits ‘prove popular’
  • 30 March 2011 | 0 Comments
  • Grooms are increasingly looking at three-piece suits, it has been suggested. Editor of Perfect Wedding magazine Helen Webster commented on the current trends being seen at the moment and noted the more traditional style was proving popular. Speaking at the British Bridal Exhibition Harrogate – which is the first show of the annual bridal buying circuit and saw no less … More

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