Promises, promises – but will they come true?

THERESA May's promises of a new commitment to tackling barriers faced by disabled people have been met with scepticism by leading disability groups.

Musical treat in store from Massaoke

NOTHING beats the euphoria at a gig when an entire audience sings along as one, and rock legends Massaoke have gained a global reputation for doing just that!

New football film aims to get more playing

AS THE football season swings into action, the Football Association is urging anyone dreaming of playing the game to take a look at their new online film.

The painbusters helping amputees

AMPUTEES who suffer from phantom limb pain could have their agony eased thanks to a new device that avoids the often unaffordable cost of treatment.

Blue badge parking just a click away

BLUE badge holders across the UK could soon be clicking their mobile phones to find a free parking space if a new service being trialled is successful.

Loneliness – the hidden cost of caring

UNPAID carers are SEVEN times more likely to be lonely than other people, says a new study.

What the stars have in store for you

TOP astrologer RUSSELL GRANT takes a look at what the stars have in store for you ...

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