The BBC III series, "Amazing Humans" is compulsive viewing, and we could fill our pages with story after story that have touched our hearts. The first story we shared was about a tattoo artist who gave free tattoos to people with self harm scars. There was such compassion in the
Clare Cranston, one of the members of the Facebook group "The Kindness Challenge" has kindly given us permission to run the story of her then six year old daughter's quest to bring a little happiness to a sick child.
The story, and the effort it took to achieve her aims really
10 year old Leah Nelson really wanted to see the world changed for the better.
So she came up with the idea of selling rainbow loom bracelets made from rubber bands to encourage people to do something nice for someone else. The acts could be as small as paying a compliment,
This animal lover dreamed up a brilliant solution for the dozens of disabled pups wandering around his city. When 40-year-old Pan Chieh isn't working as a machine operator, he is busy building homemade canine wheelchairs out of water pipes. style="display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px" data-ad-client="ca-pub-8420654331411867" data-ad-slot="1313712966"> Chieh's design, which only costs about $30 to
June 2017 was blighted in Britain by terrorism. Eight people were killed in an attack by Jihadists in the London Bridge area, and ten worshippers were injured outside the Finsbury Park mosque when a British man drove a van into a crowd. The month also saw one of the most
On 19th June, the NHS will be launching National Blood Week and celebrating how new and existing donors make a difference to the lives of those in need. These donors give up their time to help the NHS by saving people whose lives depend on blood.
You can proudly declare #ImThere
In a video posted on YouTube, the crew of the Bahamas-registered Cheikh El Mokrani can be heard urging their crew mate to jump as he hesitates at the ship's railing. A fellow crew member is trying to disentangle a huge whale from the deck of a vessel 12 metres below.
Tattooist Whitney Develle spent 2016 giving free tattoos to people who were self-conscious of their scars. She's helped give body confidence back to more than 50 people.
Whitney posted an ad on Facebook offering to cover up on scar a week for a whole year. She was inundated with requests.