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A fugitive who went on the run after he was sprung from a prison van is back in police custody and has been charged with escaping lawful custody.

Last Saab 9-3 convertibles go on sale in the UK

A final batch of 26 Saab 9-3 convertibles has arrived for sale in the UK.

Five-minute memoir: Carol Topolski recalls a moment of life and death

I'm in the bathroom with Clea. Cassie's chortling with her friend downstairs. My head's full of sweet, milky haziness as I sponge my 12-week-old baby, then wrap her in a towel nearly as soft as her skin. I'm 31 and all's well with my world. The front door crashes open. I hear urgent steps on the stairs. My husband's here. "Your dad's dead," he says. He's panting.

Land Rover reveals Evoque convertible concept

Land Rover has released the first pictures of a possible convertible version of the Range Rover Evoque.

'Revenge' killers guilty

Two men were convicted yesterday of beating a television executive unconscious and leaving him to die in a burning car in revenge for an alleged attempted sex attack on a student.

Hyundai unveils i30 estate in advance of Geneva show

Hyundai has unveiled the first pictures of the estate version of its new second-generation i30, which will be seen in public for the first time at next month’s Geneva Motor Show.

Saab reaches end of the road as its dutch owner files for bankruptcy

Saab ran out of room for manoeuvre yesterday when its Dutch owner filed for bankruptcy, calling time on a nine-month battle to rescue the struggling Swedish marque.

Car-maker Saab files for bankruptcy

Car-maker Saab has filed for bankruptcy, according to a Swedish court.

Saab faces court bid to lift bankruptcy protection

The Swedish car manufacturer Saab faced another escalation in its financial woes yesterday after a court-appointed administrator asked for the removal of its protection from bankruptcy.

Saab's UK distribution arm goes into administration

The UK distribution arm of car company Saab has gone into administration, threatening more than 100 jobs.

Video: Car thief in high speed chase

A car thief dices with death in high speed police chase in Peterborough.

Stuffed toy triggers tiger scare

It may be easy to mock, but if you saw a tiger lying in front of your car, chances are you too would panic and call the police.

Toby Green: Stuffed toy triggers tiger scare

It may be easy to mock, but if you saw a tiger lying in front of your car, chances are you too would panic and call the police.

Subaru Tribeca: Funny face, but a serious package

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