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Image for Back in the saddle: the bike brand staffed by prison leavers
Back in the saddle: the bike brand staffed by prison leavers At a bike brand that employs prison leavers, donated sets of wheels are helping to break the cycle of reoffending Economics Good Business Lifestyle Society
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The pedal-powered revolution that’s coming to a town near you It all started in a small town in Catalonia. Now a citizen-led initiative to get kids to school safely by bicycle is going global Lifestyle Society Travel
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What went right this week: the Great Pacific garbage patch cleanup, plus more The Great Pacific garbage patch cleanup hit a milestone, tiger numbers stabilised, Botswana bested HIV, and much more Environment Health Politics Society
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What went right this week: closing the health gap, plus more positive news The UK moved to boost women’s health, climate groups won a landmark court case, and a lost species returned, plus more Economics Energy Environment Health Politics Society
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The bicycles that grow on trees A furniture maker in Wales has branched out into wooden bikes. Can his creations put the wheels in motion for a cycling revolution? Environment Innovation Sport Sustainable Development
Image for The UK is about to get its first on-demand, e-cargo bike-sharing scheme
The UK is about to get its first on-demand, e-cargo bike-sharing scheme People will be able to use the bikes to do the shopping and move furniture. Those behind the idea hope it will catch on elsewhere Environment Innovation Society Travel Wellbeing
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