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    • 15th Sep 05, 6:10 PM
    A great books that helps save 15th Sep 05 at 6:10 PM
    I have just finished reading "Saving The Planet Without Costing The Earth" by Donnachadh McCarthy. It's in most large bookshops and costs 11.99, and is printed by

    It's a very "green" book, and a veritable goldmine of tips that can really save money.

    A particularly unusual one is to buy a wind-up radio which after purchase will only cost a little elbow grease to run. And I might add it would be useful in case of powercuts.

    There are also wind-up torchlights.

    One question thought: Where do I buy these items? Advice gratefully accepted!
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