After weeks of UK government lockdown, restrictions to our daily lives and activities, many of us are looking for things to do to pass the time.
After putting her job on hold, fashion designer Hannah Merrie returns to her sewing machine to provide hope to the many brave NHS workers putting their lives on the line daily.
Boscombe has its history dotted with stories of crack houses. While the police continues to track down drug peddlers, a charity has converted a former crack house to a community help centre.
Up to 26 percent of students have lost their internships as a result of the coronavirus pandemic in the UK, according to a survey by the graduate career agency 'Prospects’.
In order to help the many stranded migrants in different parts of India, Indian Railways is allowed to retake their train travel operations after two months of complete shutdown. But how to organize train travel in India, one of the world's biggest and most densely populated countries, in times of Covid-19?
You might have thought it was just dancing, but it's being used for more...
You've graduated university during the coronavirus pandemic, so now how do you go about getting a job?
With many doctors being put under pressure, recently retired doctors being called back to work, and various health workers being re-trained to deal with COVID-19, let's spare a thought for the new junior doctors - those who have been pulled out of medical school before their final exams and pushed into the new and foreign world of being a qualified doctor, amongst front line hospital staff.
Four in ten people in Bournemouth live in a flat with no outdoor space.