GoodGym, Bank Fraud, Air Pollution
How criminals set up online banking in the name a 94-year-old woman. Should the bank pay her back? Plus legal highs, a look at GoodGym, and a discussion on London's air pollution.
How some criminals set up online banking in the name a 94-year-old woman who doesn't even have a computer. Should the bank return the hundred thousand pounds she lost? You and Yours investigates.
As police incidents involving legal highs soar, Peter White find outs about the city of Lincoln's plan to be the first to ban them.
Is your New Year fitness flagging? Would altruism give you a boost? We try out goodgym, a not for profit company that organises workouts with a good deed on the side. Does it work?
And as air pollution levels in London have already breached limits set for the entire year, we ask what it will take to get some action and how we got to be so dependent on diesel in the first place?
Online Banking Fraud
Criminals set up online banking in the name of a 94 year old who doesn't own a computer
The not for profit company that organises workouts with a good deed on the side
The elderly patients arriving in hospital from care homes with dehydration
Campaigners say air pollution is at crisis level. What's being done?
As legal high use soars we look at plans to ban them in Lincoln
Disability and University
What help is available to undergraduates with a disability?
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