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Public reminded to stay outside when meeting others to reduce spread...

·         From 29th March, groups of six people, or two households, are allowed to meet outside·         Scientists and medics are urging the public not...

How an organisation helping blind Asians stepped up during the pandemic

“Blind people face huge barriers to everyday life - going to the shops or online shopping is just not an option...

73-year-old grandma tells us how she’s made it through lockdown

How to feel better, and healthier: Small simple changes to what you eat and drink can really help make a big...

New £50 note: ‘Father of computer science’ features on latest banknote

The Bank of England has just unveiled the new £50 banknote, which celebrates the achievements of mathematician Alan Turing.

Get your Covid jab ‘before slots ‘dry up’ urges country’s top...

The country’s top doctor has urged everyone who is entitled to a Covid jab to come forward as new figures showed...

Local health experts and an Imam hold session on having COVID-19...

Health professionals from Leeds will be joined by a local Imam for a Facebook Live session, this will be about the importance...

Massive fire devastates Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar

A massive fire swept through three IOM-managed sites yesterday displacing roughly 45,000 Rohingya refugees and causing catastrophic damage in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh,...

London man who encouraged acts of terrorism in Bangladesh jailed

A man who posted messages on social media urging others to commit acts of terrorism in Bangladesh has been jailed, following an...

Law student died cradled by his mother following knife thug attack

“Detectives say the teenager 'lost his life in tragic circumstances' and have appealed for footage that may help their inquiry”.

Yorkshire County Cricket Club appoints new equality, diversity & inclusion manager

The Yorkshire County Cricket Club has appointed Mahboob Hussain as its new Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager. The announcement...

Pakistani and Kashmiri communities blighted by health inequality

80% of people from these communities, across all age ranges, felt they faced discrimination when accessing health services

TINNITUS: It can stop you sleeping, studying, working and even socialising

“My tinnitus became so loud that I could not focus on anything else,” says University of Bradford Politics student Zbigniew Pawel...

CENSUS 2021: A rich snapshot of who we are as a...

The independent NHS Race and Health Observatory is urging black and minority ethnic communities to complete this years’ national census survey to...

Bradford Councillor accuses Muslim leader in damning video

All work carried out by Council for Mosques, including that during the pandemic, has been delivered off...

BALAY BALAY! Video of Sikh man’s Bhangra on a frozen lake...

A video of a Canadian Sikh man’s Covid jab Bhangra celebrations on a frozen lake go viral, and he is seen...

Labour councillor SUSPENDED for getting private Covid jab

Labour councillor Jamila Azad has been suspended from the party after claiming that she had received a Covid vaccination from a private...

Fighting systematic racism in education

New guidelines from Pearson help to advance more diverse, equitable and inclusive learning experiences One of the world’s...

If you’re looking for a new job, there’s support available...

The events of last year brought profound changes to all of our lives. For many, work lives have been upended or...

MEDIA REACH: The ethnic media company that’s reaching new heights

Media Reach’s CEO Saad Al Saraf (above) says: “It is vital to accommodate all cultures and communities when building a successful...

Vaccine Hesitancy: Understanding the fears within our communities

Within my Muslim Pakistani community at the start of the pandemic, the biggest concern was that our community was going to...

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