Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Windrush Day celebrations ‘will never repair the damage’

Members of Nottingham's Caribbean community have spoken about the importance of recognising the contributions of the Windrush generation in the UK. Guests gathered at Nottingham's...

Nottingham Trent University reveals just how many students had covid in the second wave

Over a thousand Trent students tested positive for Covid-19 for six consecutive days in October, university data suggests. Nottingham Trent University (NTU) figures shows the...

‘I went to Nottingham Castle after £30m refurb and now I’m a bit obsessed...

Nottingham Castle reopened today after being closed for three years after it underwent major renovations. The £30 million needed to fund the development was provided...

Lambs butchered after deliberate savage act

More than a dozen lambs have been slaughtered after dogs were deliberately set upon them. The cruel act has prompted police to ask for help...

Nottingham to remain in step three of roadmap

Boris Johnson has confirmed that Nottingham will remain at step 3 of the roadmap for the next four weeks. It is expected that England will...

Nottingham MP fires back at government’s plan for rail system

Nadia Whittome MP has criticised the government after they announced that control of the UK rail system will be brought under a new public...

How covid has changed the UK’s gambling habits

With much of the UK population being told to stay at home over the past 12 months, most people would have expected gambling participation...

The Other Pandemic: Sexual Violence at UK Universities

Below the cloak of euphoria that comes with joining university exists a deep-rooted issue: sexual violence. Universities are too often failing to protect their students,...

Theatre uses lockdown to shake up their programming

A theatre has used lockdown as a way to renew their programming, with plans to stream their shows to over 160,000 people. Sheringham Little Theatre,...

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