(Supplied: George Canciani) Since the advent of the pandemic, a lot more people have been working from home, and met some unique challenges as a result. So spare a thought for these folks down in South Australia. Adelaide’s training airport has become Australia’s busiest because of a fall
Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images For Christlie, a 33-year-old mother of two living in the Regents Family Residence on the Upper West Side, getting on the internet is an exhausting daily battle. She and her daughter Amina, 9, both need web access: Christlie is a communications student at Borough of Manhattan
The small wooden structure inside Khaleel Seivwright’s rented Cabbagetown workshop looks something like an oversized shoe box, or perhaps a transport crate for a motorcycle. A closer look reveals something deceivingly more substantial. Its walls are lined with a thick layer of fibreglass insulation normally used in residential construction. There
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Shelters and housing advocates in the Twin Cities are preparing for the drop in temperatures coming this week. Steve Horsfield, executive director of Simpson Housing Services, says he’s feeling pressure. “We know the cold weather’s coming,” Horsfield said. “This is Minnesota. It’s not a mystery.” RELATED: Mpls.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — A group of mothers is on a mission. They’re helping people start out on the right foot as they move out of homeless shelters. Volunteers gathered in Bellamy Woods Park in Virginia Beach Saturday. Volunteers filled laundry baskets with basic households essential — everything from
COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Columbia homeless shelters and other similar organizations are facing new challenges ahead of winter as the organizations continue to work through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Some shelters are considering taking in fewer people this winter because of changes brought on by coronavirus. Steve Jacobs, a live-in Catholic