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Mollie Leivars said she wanted to tackle serious issues such as knife crime and cyber-bullying.
Angus Thomas describes how a family holiday to Dubai has turned into a mission to help Nigerian women who are the victims of sex trafficking. He and his wife from Reading in Berkshire, have paid for one woman's flight back home and are now crowdfunding to free others.
A photography exhibition has been set up inside Oxford's Covered Market which showcases some of the pioneering research undertaken by the NHS.
The Body Unlocked: How Research is Changing Lives has life-sized photographs of the people involved in the studies, as well as microscopic images of cells and bacteria.
In 2018/19 there were 1,930 studies involving 39,129 participants at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Director of research and development Professor Keith Channon said he hoped the exhibition would showcase the "ground-breaking research", highlight the "contributions of patients and members of the public" and encourage people to "get involved in research studies that can lead to new and improved treatments in the NHS".
The exhibition will run until 15 April, and then travel around the Thames Valley at museums, libraries and town halls.
Paul Cooper, a star of BBC Three's This Country, has been helping people with hoarding.
Brontë King is trying to help women who are graduating deal with the change into post-university life.
People from around the world have shared their thoughts on what moved them to play their part.
Ethan has impaired growth and restricted vision, but doctors do not know why.
Have you noticed that it still seems pretty dark in the mornings when we're waking up, even though it's getting considerably lighter in the afternoons as we leave work? Does the whole period of daylight shift later in the day even whilst it extends, or not? It turns out it really doesn't, and to find out why, Dr Samantha Rolfe, an Astronomer from the University of Hertforshire spoke to Bill Buckley.
If you ever get the chance to delve into the black at white archives of British Pathe you'll find plenty of films covering the nation's transport revolution. Well long before that you could actually catch a tube train to Berkshire, with lines going as far as Slough and Windsor.
An army of crafters are helping Australia's animals recover from devastating bushfires.
BBC reporter Tom Hepworth explains what rules will change for people bringing alcohol back from the EU after Brexit.
BBC reporter Tom Hepworth explains what Brexit will mean for people who own holiday homes in the EU.
BBC reporter Tom Hepworth takes a look at what Brexit could mean for how we travel with our pets.
BBC reporter Tom Hepworth takes a look at what Brexit could mean for how we access healthcare in the EU.
BBC reporter Tom Hepworth explains what steps we'll have to take to drive in the EU after Brexit.