Representation in the arts has faltered, with the low numbers of disabled people in creative careers remaining largely unchanged, an annual study indicates.
Arts Council England will “pressure” organisations to reveal data on the sexuality of their staff in a drive for diversity.
A new “youth club” for the elderly near the west Belfast peace line represents the future for older people’s services, organisers said.
Disadvantaged young people across Perth and Kinross will be helped into work by a new digital skills centre, thanks to an £80,000 grant.
Pleasure gardens loved by Jane Austen are to be revitalised for the 21st century as six parks across the country share £13.8 million of lottery funding.
SPONSORED: Saved by the ball! Inspirational sportswoman tells how Dundee Dragons transformed her life
A wheelchair rugby and basketball starlet from Dunblane has told of the life-changing impact and opportunities she has enjoyed thanks to a Dundee sports club funded by The National Lottery.
Lottery winners from Courier country served up a Christmas feast to RAF veterans and serving personnel.
A new social enterprise supporting armed forces veterans who have suffered life-changing injuries is among the organisations sharing £3 million of lottery funding.
A Crieff woman has gone back to the future to relaunch her career.
Angus is to feel the spin-off benefit of a near £600,000 National Lottery windfall for the University of Worcester to support people and families living with dementia across the UK.