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When Siobhain Kearney-Baxter was 16 her future looked bleak. She was homeless and pregnant, with no job and few prospects. That was until she met Connexions personal development advisor Zee Virani. Rebecca Magill listens to her story.
Six out of ten of us will fall ill on holiday, a survey has revealed. So we should be better prepared for maladies and minor scrapes says Rebecca Magill, who has suggestions for protecting yourself when abroad.
We often hear about domestic violence from the perspective of the victim, but what about the other side of the story? Are all perpetrators cruel and evil people? What drives them to do such horrific things to the people they love? Rebecca Magill speaks to a domestic violence perpetrator that’s using a support group to get past his anger
AFTER Jean Hinton’s husband John died she was determined to help the care home where he spent the last few months of his life. Rebecca Magill finds out more.
Rotary Club members are celebrating this month, as they send out the 15,000th wheelchair to South Africa as part of a medical aid project, reports Rebecca Magill.
IT’S 100 years since the birth of Sir Frank Whittle, the inventor of the jet engine who did much of his work at Farnborough.
THOUSANDS of charitably-minded people will be out shaking their collecting tins tomorrow (Saturday) as part of Alexandra Rose Day.
Mum and two sisters’ lives have been ruined by Huntingdon's Disease. Rebecca Magill finds out more.
A woman who suffers from a rare degenerative condition that gives her problems with balance is holding a charity disco to raise awareness of the disease. Rebecca Magill finds out more.
Wendy Tucker has terminal breast cancer but it has not stopped her helping others suffering the disease. Rebecca Magill finds out more.