The Guardian

December 21, 2006

Janet Tappin Coelho on a court case that threatens to bankrupt Britain's self-styled conspiracy guru

September 18, 2002

In her determination to raise awareness about HIV and Aids among the south Asian community in Britain, an NHS trust health worker came up with the improbable idea of getting a Bollywood film made - for £20,000.

March 20, 2002

People in mining villages had no say when the collieries were shut down. Now they are being offered the chance to help plan a better future. Janet Haslam (now Janet Tappin Coelho) on the rise of village companies.

October 17, 2001

Janet Haslam (now Janet Tappin Coelho) on how a theatre project that originated in Jamaica is helping alienated young black men and women on a London estate.

August 22, 2001

Janet Haslam (now Janet Tappin Coelho) meets the veteran tour guides who are over 80 but still showing the way - and finding a future for themselves in the past.

August 08, 2001

Janet Haslam (now Janet Tappin Coelho) on why the housing sector is getting involved in helping adults to nurture their children in language and literacy. Additional research by Raekha Prasad

June 20, 2001

Long derided for its clinical design, Milton Keynes is being put back on the drawing board in an attempt to give the town a heart, reports Janet Haslam (now Janet Tappin Coelho)

April 18, 2001

Janet Haslam (now Janet Tappin Coelho) on an inland revenue legal threat to people who use housesitte

March 14, 2001

In Britain's Muslim community, wedding close relatives is normal. But a genetic backlash is hitting children. Janet Haslam (now Janet Tappin Coelho) on the public airing of a delicate issue

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