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A woman whose sister took her own life is encouraging students to talk about mental health issues.
The trust that provides mental health and disability care across the North of England, says it wants to reduce its carbon emissions to net zero by 2040.
The trust, which operates in Cumbria, Northumberland and Tyne and Wear, has already switched energy suppliers so its electricity comes from renewable sources, and other measures include the pharmacy team using an electric car as a pool vehicle.
Plans include increasing the range of vegetarian and vegan options in catering, removing single-use plastics from cafes and canteens within six months, and encouraging more cycling among staff.
Maisie, 11, speaks about how a new app funded by the NHS helped her cope as she started a new school.
Gaia Pope's family have welcomed the news that an inquest into her death has been pushed back.