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How Sustainable Fitnesswear Brand Bella Kinesis Is Empowering Women Across The Globe

You may have seen Hackney-based Bella Kinesis and its fashionable-yet-functional fitnesswear on Instagram, but the story behind the brand is worth more than just a double tap. Best friends Roshni Assomull and Shaleena Chanrai started the company in 2014 after feeling that a lot of women’s sportswear on the market was “designed by fit people, for fit…

Liverpool Busker Confronted By Angry Woman Outside Primark Rescued By Supportive Scousers

A group of people who came to the rescue of a busker being harassed by a woman in Liverpool city centre have been praised for restoring people’s “faith in humanity”. Footage recorded at the scene shows a musician playing an electric guitar outside Primark when a woman approaches him, standing between him and his donations…

Radical Elderly People’s Housing Coming To London With An Anti-Loneliness Mission At Its Heart

Innovative housing plans in South London aim to combat loneliness among elderly people by placing them on a busy street where they will share space with neighbours, school children and other groups. Architects believe their building design – which reimagines the age-old British concept of the ‘almshouse’ – will put older people at the heart…

Brownlee Brothers: Alistair Helps Jonny Over The Line In Moving Cozumel, Mexico World Triathlon Series Finale

British triathlete Jonny Brownlee had to be helped over the finish line by his brother before collapsing in emotional scenes at the World Triathlon Series on Sunday. Brothers Jonny and Alistair, who won gold and silver in the men’s Olympic triathlon in Rio, were leading the race in hot conditions in Mexico when Jonny began…

‘Women In Sport’ Report Aims To Make Britain’s Girls Just As Active As Boys

Nearly two million fewer women than men take part in sport at least once per week and unfortunately, this gender divide stems right back to our schooldays. A report from Women in Sport highlights that only 7% of girls currently meet the government recommendations for physical activity. Furthermore, a third of girls age 12-15 in England…