Category: In the Media

Home / In the Media
Finalists announced for East Midlands Chamber’s Enterprising Women Awards 2023
Post

Finalists announced for East Midlands Chamber’s Enterprising Women Awards 2023

Added by Love Business East Midlands | 9 June 2023 UPDATED: 9 June 2023 Female talent from across the East Midlands business community has been showcased through East Midlands Chamber’s Enterprising Women Awards. Finalists across 10 categories were announced for the 2023 awards, in association with headline sponsor Michael Smith Switchgear, at a summer networking and...

Sri Lanka’s flourishing tuk-tuk business
Post

Sri Lanka’s flourishing tuk-tuk business

Amidst the traffic chaos of Sri Lanka: the popular auto-rickshaws, or tuk-tuks. They’re traditionally driven by men. But increasingly, you’ll see a woman at the wheel – and this film is about three of them: Anulawathi, Thushari and Jega. Anulawathi, Thushari and Jega all do the same job: they’re auto rickshaw drivers in Sri Lanka,...

Rosie May was ‘fearless’ and ‘caring’
Post

Rosie May was ‘fearless’ and ‘caring’

In the month that would have seen Rosie May Storrie turn 30, reporter Katie Green speaks to her mum, Mary Storrie, on the loss of her daughter and the foundation set up in her honour. Losing a child is a parent’s worst nightmare. On December 28, 2003, this nightmare became a reality for Mary and...

Female-only pink taxis scheme to be piloted in Nottingham
Post

Female-only pink taxis scheme to be piloted in Nottingham

Pink, female-only taxis driven by women are to be trialled in a city. Mary Storrie, co-founder of the Rosie May Foundation – a charity set up in memory of her murdered daughter – hopes to launch the Think Pink taxi scheme in the spring in Nottingham. The charity is behind a similar scheme in Sri...

Pink taxis to keep women safe set to come to Nottingham
Post

Pink taxis to keep women safe set to come to Nottingham

It has come after recent events in the UK he woman behind a scheme that delivered female-only taxis for women in Sri Lanka who were getting harassed on public transport says they could be on their way to Nottingham. Mary Storrie and husband Graham set up the Rosie May Foundation in memory of their murdered...

  • 1
  • 2
  • 5