All Together NOW! is the essential paper for anyone with a disability – or without, say media experts

MEDIA experts heaped top praise on the charity health paper All Together NOW! at a glittering O2 awards ceremony in Manchester’s Imperial War Museum.

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Beating stress is our great challenge

THE Bank Workers Charity supported National Stress Awareness Day by highlighting the different services we offer to help beat stress.

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Job discrimination still rife, say law experts

ONE IN FIVE employees with a disability feel they are unsupported and discriminated against in the workplace, according to employment law experts Leigh Day.

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£10,500 for YOUR invention that helps disabled people

AN INVENTION that allows those living with a disability to overcome a day-to-day problem is being sought in the Design for Life competition.

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Genetic discovery could lead to new treatments

A GENETIC discovery could lead to new therapies to tackle neurological degeneration and resulting loss of motor skills seen in a diverse group of central nervous system disorders.

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Ben wins £50K business award from Stelios

A 31-year-old man who was told he wouldn’t live past 30 has won a £50,000 cash prize to help grow his business.

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Whiley completes Grand Slam year with Doubles Masters title

BRITAIN’S Jordanne Whiley and her Japanese partner Yui Kamiji added another major wheelchair tennis title to their sweep of all four Grand Slam crowns this season by retaining their UNIQLO Wheelchair Doubles Masters title in Mission Viejo, California.

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All aboard this accessible bus competition

TRANSPORT Minister Baroness Susan Kramer is calling on schools and colleges to get behind a new competition to help bus commuters who are blind or deaf.

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Kilimanjaro in a wheelchair! Iain’s 10-day trek in a trike

IAIN Fryatt achieved something he never thought would be possible – reaching the top of Mt Kilimanjaro in a wheelchair!

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New job scheme for disabled graduates

BUSINESSES across the UK are being urged to take on more disabled graduates.

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