Facebook faces fresh controversy this week due to founder Mark Zuckerberg saying that Holocaust denial should not be banned on the platform. A new competition seeks designs for a 'social network [...]
Concerned about Britain’s pollinators, two pig farmers from Suffolk have pledged to provide food for a million bumblebees this summer
Heading to a festival this summer? The Co-op supermarket is trialling a ‘reverse vending machine’ to encourage festival-goers to return their plastic bottles and containers
From this month, Estonia has put in place free transport for its residents across much of the country. What can the rest of the world learn?
Ireland is set to become the first country in the world to divest public money from fossil fuel assets following a landmark vote in the Dáil this week
This week marks two years since the Nice terror attack that killed 86. A man from London whose wrist was severely damaged after he leapt out of the way of the truck driver is celebrating his recovery
A vet has travelled more than 1,000 miles on a stand-up paddleboard in a bid to draw attention to plastic waste
Swedish utility companies and power generators have already installed so many wind turbines that the Nordic nation is on course to reach its 2030 renewable energy target by December
The new issue of Positive News magazine – with four special portrait covers – tackles sexual rights, mental health first aid, gun politics and explores: what makes Brits optimistic?
When Dom Raban’s daughter was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 13, the lack of clear information available left her feeling isolated and ignored. Six years on, her dad has created an app to [...]
Radiotherapy masks can look imposing, especially to young patients. How to transform an intimidating experience into an empowering one? This play specialist got creative