The coronavirus impact is leading many students across the country to pay for houses they aren't living in.
Bournemouth University has recently implemented an immediate 50 percent rent reduction for students who no longer live in University-owned accommodations.
The usual early morning rush- busy traffic, brisk-walking people and announcements at train stations have quietly vanished. There's "scare" in the streets- Covid-19
On the 20th April, Maringá’s mayor Ulisses Maia allowed some business to go back to their normal activities as long as they take the safety procedures established.
Children all around the UK have been filling their windows with drawings of rainbows to spread joy and thank the NHS during the nationwide Corona Virus lockdown.
As the nation celebrated #CareDay20, care leaver Ric Flo tells us how he uses his rap workshops as positive interventions to benefit the hardest to reach young person.
The first vintage fair held in Bournemouth this year attracted more than 40 store holders to fill the space of Bournemouth Pavilion on Sunday (January 19th) between 10am to 4pm, with the entrance fee of £2.5.
Local businesses are gearing up for Brexit and say they are taking precautions to protect their companies.