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The social media star helping people fall in love with libraries Young people are rediscovering the joy of visiting libraries thanks to influential bookworm Mychal Threets Arts Culture Education Society
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The everyday extraordinary: highlights from the latest Portrait of Britain prize Diversity and empathy shine through many of the shots shortlisted for the latest Portrait of Britain prize Arts Culture Lifestyle UK
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Young, gifted and green. The ‘green grads’ designing the future A project is giving a timely boost to talented, eco-minded design graduates Arts Culture Environment Lifestyle
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A swarm of solutions: insect food experiment lands top photography prize This prize-winning shot captures the powerful potential of a balletic swarm of tiny insects Arts Environment Lifestyle Society
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‘It reaches deep inside people’: the climate choirs singing for the planet More than 500 members of UK climate choirs are taking part in peaceful protest performances on the climate and nature emergency Arts Environment Lifestyle UK
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The nature-inspired art bringing delight to dull urban spaces Grey urban spaces are a fertile canvas for a duo’s vast nature-inspired artworks. Could they ‘rewild’ the minds of those who walk past? Arts Environment Lifestyle UK
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