‘We want another homeless hotel – and we can make it work’

Simon Potts, then 43, was one of those who arrived on the first night. The police officer who picked him up off the...

Electrosensitivity: ‘I didn’t believe people had it, then it happened to me’

Fatigue, pain, headaches, dizziness, burning, twitching, nausea, palpitations. Just some of the symptoms experienced by people who say they suffer from 'electrosensitivity'.Electrosensitives...

Huntington’s disease: I’m taking a test that will reveal my future

Eighteen years ago, Danielle's mum, Lisa, started having aggressive outbursts, stumbling a lot and feeling anxious. She's now in the late stages of...

Coronavirus lockdown: Trauma therapy for London’s homeless

On Thursdays - before lockdown, before coronavirus changed everything - Katherine Cox would walk around London providing much-needed trauma therapy to homeless people,...

A clown show that tackles death and grief

A clown show about death is "done in a way that you would never, ever expect or forget" says Grace Gallagher, who is...

The oak tree in Kew Gardens that taught the world a lesson

Fifteen million trees were felled by the Great Storm which hit the south of England in 1987. But the remarkable Turner's Oak...

Housing crisis: Fighting to survive the property boom

Richard Ravenscroft has been living homeless in Greater Manchester for three years after suddenly losing his brother and then his home.With hundreds of...

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2,098 new cases confirmed as North records highest daily increase to date

The National Public Health Emergency Team (Nphet) has confirmed 2,098 additional cases of Covid-19 in the State. As of 8am on Friday, there are...

Menopause, the law and discrimination at operate | Letters

Center-aged females and many others likely through the menopause working experience unacceptable discrimination. On the other hand, the law as it stands usually...