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Let it shine
03 April, 2009

We're all hoping that 2009 will bring us a long, hot summer.

Brand designs
03 April, 2009

In 2009 most recesssion-hit shoppers are looking for one thing when they get out their wallets: value for money.

New Connect site for Motor Fuel Group
03 April, 2009

Motor Fuel Group has opened a new BP Connect franchise site including a Wild Bean Café.The Crownwoods Connect forecourt in Eltham, South London, was built in 14 weeks at a cost of about £1m - it was previously a closed site owned

Looks too good to be true? It probably is, says Ronson
03 April, 2009

Gerald Ronson, chief executive of leading property group Heron International, and founder of Snax 24 predecessor Heron Service Stations, summed up the past few years of the property market with the words: "If it

PRA aims to boost ranks and strengthen industry role
03 April, 2009

The Petrol Retailers' Association (PRA) aims to strengthen its lobbying role and introduce a range of new initiatives as it

Sewell Retail wins prestigious award
03 April, 2009

Sewell Retail has been named one of the best companies to work for in the country. The Top 50 Indie retailer was included in the prestigious Sunday Times Best Companies to Work for Top 100 –

Warning on biodiesel
03 April, 2009

An investigation by consumer website has revealed potential dangers in buying a high-blend biodiesel called B30, which does not have the approval of many car manufacturers to use in their vehicles.

Total makes April its Green Car month
03 April, 2009

This month has been deemed National Green Car Month by Total. Working in association with Nationwide Autocentre,

Drivers to stay at home for their holidays
03 April, 2009

More people are expected to take their holidays in the UK this year as the recession bites.

Murco signs Costcutter in shop deal
03 April, 2009

Murco has signed a three-and-a-half-year shop supply contract with Costcutter, worth more than £100m a

When a major car manufacturer like Ford predicts that sales of its electrified cars will outnumber petrol and diesel models by 2022, does that ring alarm bells about the possible speed of change for forecourts?