Senior lecturer at University of Aberdeen’s Business School Mark Whittington gives some educated projections on how coming out of lockdown will go and what needs to be done
Statistician Sir David Spiegelhalter speaking to Andrew Marr highlighted that 10,000 unexplained deaths happened in the four week period between 28th of March and 24th of April and that a third of deaths in care homes are not being put down to covid
Max and Alicia Platt were in lockdown under 300 miles away (a nine hour drive) from the epicentre of the covid crisis Wuhan. Find out about their story, how China reacted to the pandemic and what Chinese people really think of bat soup
The government has never been a head of this crisis but always behind playing catch up with one of the most infectious viruses in modern history. So when does life return to normal?
A timeline of events that lead up to the coronavirus lockdown on 23rd of March shows a government that did not heed ample warning months before having to force the country to remain at home
Health care professionals are seeing a worrying drop in non-covid enquiries and call on people showing signs of other ailments to contact their nearest health service provider
Tayside Reusers received 350,000 tonnes of unwanted goods in 2018/19 and turned round 324,000 tonnes of it. Find out more about one of the largest independent reuse centers in the North East and its links to community and rehabilitation projects
Introducing more goods to the economy for the sake of profit is causing a pollution problem across land and sea. But there are companies out there trying to make a change, and in doing so, offer great products at basement prices
Untarnished by consumerism, free of industry constraints, a film festival made for film lovers.
Unfolding the mystery of 19th century maps charting the secret lands of Tibet given to an army Major poisoned by his wife and passed to a Dundonian doctor who became a famous polymath