News The new-look black cabs launched by Nissan

Model comes with round headlamps and a re-modelled grille as well as new front-bumper panels

The late Paul Walker will star in Fast and Furious 7

Fast and Furious 7 release date pushed back to 2015 after Paul Walker's death

The next instalment of the car action movie franchise is set to go ahead

Actor Paul Walker died in a car crash near Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon

Paul Walker death: Vin Diesel leads tributes to Fast and Furious star

Fans and fellow actors have honoured Walker following his death

US actor Paul Walker has died in a car accident in northern LA

Profile: Paul Walker, star of the Fast & Furious movie series, who has died aged 40

Los Angeles-born actor described as a 'talented artist, devoted philanthropist and friend'

Ability of honeybees to collect food and build up stores of honey is being compromised by one of several 'stressors' in their environment

Revealed: traffic fumes are confusing bees in their hunt for food

Gases emitted by diesel engines mask floral odours that honeybees use to navigate

The Business Matrix: Saturday 24 August 2013

Abramovich in lorry fuel deal

Driving to find cheaper fuel can cost plenty

We all enjoy finding a bargain but motorists hitting the roads to find cheap petrol could be making an expensive mistake. New research suggests it's not worth driving more than a couple of miles to save 1p off a litre.

The News Matrix: Wednesday 21 August 2013

Salary is top priority for school leavers

Francisco José Garzon emerges from the wreckage of the Galicia train crash

Francisco José Garzon - driver in Spain train crash - suspected of negligent homicide

The 52-year-old had been in hospital since the crash under police guard

Petrol pump prices could soar 5p a litre, the AA has warned

Petrol prices could soar by 5p a litre, warns AA

Petrol pump prices could soar 5p a litre, burning a hole in the pockets of holiday motorists, the AA has warned.

Margareta Pagano: The car industry is on a roll. But our skills are stuck in second gear

In The City: Apprenticeships should be made at least equal to university degrees

Big price hike hits petrol sales

Bad weather and a big hike in prices at the pumps led to a near-10% fall in petrol sales at the beginning of this year.

Supermarkets cut fuel costs prompting price war

Sainsbury's followed Asda in announcing a reduction in its fuel prices today.

Motorway signs displaying fuel prices for upcoming services could soon be commonplace, allowing drivers to compare them and make an informed choice

Motorway service stations to be shamed into cutting fuel prices

Government says cost per litre should be displayed on road signs to discourage stations from fleecing drivers

Vin Diesel at the Fast And Furious Six premiere in London

Vin Diesel vows to keep Fast And Furious franchise revving on

Fast And Furious star Vin Diesel has promised the franchise will keep revving on, as the sixth film premiered in London.

Petrol prices climbed from 76p a litre to £1.36 between 2003 and 2012

Tesco, Sainsburys, Morrisons and Asda cut petrol prices

Four leading supermarkets all announced a cut in their petrol and diesel prices today ahead of the bank holiday weekend.

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