Data maps, statistics and visualisations; all tools used by modern data journalists. But the use of data to construct compelling Continue reading
The Palm Sunday walk to benefit the National Trust has become a Bermudian institution. Last Sunday saw more than three thousand people taking part. Hywel Davies joined them.
The Rohingya minority in Burma have few options; discriminated against by the government at home, many flee to other countries Continue reading
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The Malaysian state of Sarawak plans to build 12 new hydro-electric dams along the state’s waterways, saying the projects will Continue reading
Children imprisoned in the Philippines are detained in squalid conditions, often dozens to a cell, leaving them at risk of Continue reading
After almost five decades under the same party, Japan is poised for what opinion polls say could be a seismic Continue reading
It’s a crisis on an alarming scale. Logging on the Solomon Islands has resulted in trees cut down at four Continue reading