White Ribbon Walks Interview With Councillor Katie Mansfield

A White Ribbon Walk is taking place on Saturday, 17 February.

The walks are apart of Richmond Councils initiative to tackle violence against women and girls known as VAWG.

They hope the walks will create awareness towards the issue and encourage people to "change the culture that leads to abuse".

I spoke to councillor Katie Mansfield, the Council’s White Ribbon Champion about the upcoming White Ribbon Walk.

Disney Invests $1.5 Billion Into Creating An ‘Expansive’ Universe With Epic Games

Disney has announced its $1.5 billion equity stake in Epic Games as the pair team up to make an “expansive and open games and entertainment universe.’

Players can expect to see their favourite characters and content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and Avatar.

The pixie dust magic doesn’t stop there with players being able to shop, play, watch content and “create their own stories” within the franchises.

The companies have yet to disclose more details on how players will be able to watch

Safe In Our World's Largest-Ever Charity Game Bundle Is Now Available To Download

Safe In Our World has launched its biggest-ever charity gaming bundle featuring over 20 PC games on Fanatical, all for just £15.

All sale proceeds will directly go towards supporting Safe In Our World’s future initiatives within the mental health sector. Customers can also opt to donate more if wanted.

The charity aims to create awareness, eliminate stigma and normalise mental health difficulties so that nobody is afraid to reach out for help when needed.

Alan Wild, Head of Business Developme

The Tatetrix Episode 2: The Rise

Welcome to our three-part series, The Tatetrix where we will discuss the rise and fall of Andrew Tate in our media.

From psychologists to avid fans we've gathered perspectives from all over. Whether you love him, hate him or don't really care, join us for a journey into the controversial world of Andrew Tate. In this episode, we investigate Andrew Tate's time in the limelight and how deeply he has influenced his followers and society. From classrooms to clickbait, his name is everywhere. Join u

The Taterix Episode 1: The Begining

Welcome to our three-part series, The Tatetrix where we will discuss the rise and fall of Andrew Tate in our media.

From psychologists to avid fans we've gathered perspectives from all over. Whether you love him, hate him or don't really care, join us for a journey into the controversial world of Andrew Tate.

In this episode we will be diving into Andrew Tate's beginnings and rise to celebrity status. With the support of interviews we will also be discussing Tate's impact on society and the mainstream media.

Planet Zoo Is Finally Coming To Consoles This March

Frontier Development has announced that Planet Zoo is coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S on 26 March.

Zoo Tycoon’s successor Planet Zoo lets players create, customise and manage zoos with intuitive console controls all from the comfort of your couch.

The zoo management simulator has been loved for many over the past four years on PC, which saw regular free updates with DLC packs of new animals to care for. Console players will get to jump into all these features straight away.

There

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Pulled Offline Over Game Completing Glitch

Rocksteady Studios’ Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has been pulled offline after just one hour of activity of the Deluxe Edition’s early access due to a bizarre glitch that automatically completes the game.

The Deluxe Edition, costing an extra £30 from the £69.99 price tag, enabled players to access the game early before its full release on 2 February.

Rocksteady issued a statement on X stating that they will be performing maintenance on the game servers and take several hours to updat

Would you take part in one of London’s most bizarre traditions: The No Trousers Tube Ride?

Earlier this month, hundreds of people took part in a No Trousers Tube Ride across the capital which has been going on every January since 2009.

The tradition, which if you haven’t guessed sees people removing their trousers on public transport, started on a subway ride in New York in 2002 by a group called Improv Everywhere.

Despite the outlandish theme, there are some rules: no small pants, thongs or see-through apparel are allowed.

This year’s tube ride began at 3pm on Sunday 7 January, wi

Are there enough baby-changing facilities in male spaces?

The need for baby-changing facilities is an issue that is not widely spoken about but is an issue for many parents.

However one half is often overlooked, the fathers.

In the past five years, there has been a steady rise in the number of single fathers from 914 to 1,093 according to the Office for National Statistics.

Single fathers make up around 2% of all types of households including married couples with and without kids, single occupants and so on.

Disney100: The Exhibition : A review

Disney’s 100th anniversary took place this week and to celebrate ExCel London is hosting Disney100: The Exhibition up until January and for Disney fans it truly does become a ‘magical place’ to be this winter.

The Fever organised exhibition, which is just across the river from Greenwich, looks into Disney’s most iconic films whether that be Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Toy Story or new adaptations such as the 2023 The Little Mermaid.

The Disney archive also holds memorabilia from other own

Riverside Reports - 22nd September 2023

The Riverside Reports team speaks to a local police officer about Wandsworth Council’s new plans to tackle anti-social behaviour, and a Merton councillor about Merton’s Big Sports Day, which is taking place this Sunday
And as the end of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month nears, they have a very special guest in the studio talking about his journey through cancer treatment.

Presented by Riverside Reports' News Editor Harriet Cochrane and Dunya Simoes, with news roundups read by Libby Jennings.

Show produced by Harriet Cochrane.
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