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Bangladesh orders two-month ban on fishing to save key species

Bangladesh orders two-month ban on fishing to save key species

Fishing will now be banned between 20 May and 23 July every year.
New Zealand to start measuring its success by people’s wellbeing

New Zealand to start measuring its success by people’s wellbeing

The world-first ‘wellbeing’ budget which will focus on poverty and mental health.
Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar for reporting on Rohingya freed

Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar for reporting on Rohingya freed

Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were released along with thousands of other prisoners.

Go-Getters

Cleaning products that are helping Philippines’ at-risk youth

Cleaning products that are helping Philippines’ at-risk youth

A social enterprise working to break Philippines’ at-risk youth out of the cycle of poverty.
Empowering women in the Sri Lankan highlands

Empowering women in the Sri Lankan highlands

The social enterprise AMMA employs Indian-origin Tamils who are part of low-income households. 
Saving lives, one soap at a time

Saving lives, one soap at a time

Sundara Soap is bringing about a change through a simple medicine: soap.

The Spark

3 books to read if you’re on a self-exploration journey

3 books to read if you’re on a self-exploration journey

Knowing ourselves and our self-worth is probably one of our most powerful weapons. 
Shoplifters: Redefining the concept of family

Shoplifters: Redefining the concept of family

This gentle drama about a disjointed clan of outcasts is timely and relevant.

Chase That Passion

In search of wild flavours: A weekend of foraging

In search of wild flavours: A weekend of foraging

Foraging is gaining momentum with people shifting to healthier and sustainable diets.
What’s life like for an illustrator in today’s world?

What’s life like for an illustrator in today’s world?

The wins and struggles of a 21st-century freelance artist.