Archive: July, 2012

Couple lay dead for up to week in car under 700 tonnes of mud after tunnel landslide

Posted on 07/17/12 by Telegraph Staff

The bodies of a man and a woman have been found in a car that was buried under a landslide following the recent heavy rain – where they had lain dead for up to a week.

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Couple lay dead for up to week in car after tunnel landslide

Posted on 07/17/12 by Telegraph Staff

The bodies of a man and a woman have been found in a car that was buried under a landslide following the recent heavy rain – where they had lain dead for up to a week.

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Revenge of the Electric Car film review

Posted on 07/17/12 by Chris Knapman

Chris Paine’s new film, Revenge of the Electric Car, is a fascinating insight into an industry in transition.

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London 2012: more travel chaos as Tube fire alert disrupts rush hour

Posted on 07/17/12 by David Millward

Commuters struggled to get into London this morning as a fire alert left a major Tube line suspended while late finishing engineering work and a broken down train caused problems on the main lines.

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London 2012: more travel chaos as Tube fire alert disrupts rush hour

Posted on 07/17/12 by David Millward

Commuters struggled to get into London this morning as a fire alert left a major Tube line suspended while late finishing engineering work and a broken down train caused problems on the main lines.

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London 2012: more travel chaos as Tube fire alert disrupts rush hour

Posted on 07/17/12 by David Millward

Commuters struggled to get into London this morning as a fire alert left a major Tube line suspended while late finishing engineering work and a broken down train caused problems on the main lines.

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London 2012: more travel chaos as Tube fire alert disrupts rush hour

Posted on 07/17/12 by David Millward

Commuters struggled to get into London this morning as a fire alert left a major Tube line suspended while late finishing engineering work and a broken down train caused problems on the main lines.

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Millions of front gardens ripped up to ease the parking problem

Posted on 07/17/12 by David Millward

The front garden is disappearing from the British urban landscape as drivers increasingly pave over their lawns to make space for parking.

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London 2012: Going nowhere fast, the Olympic lanes

Posted on 07/16/12 by David Millward

It was an Olympic debut of sorts, if not an eagerly awaited one, and the winner was confusion when the first Games lanes came into force.

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Seat’s new Leon uncovered

Posted on 07/16/12 by Chris Knapman

Seat has released pictures of its new Leon hatchback, which will rival the VW Golf and Ford Focus.

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