Thursday, July 29, 2021

With power cuts, liquor riots and food shortage – why I chose to spend...

Power cuts, shortage of food items and staying indoors for weeks, the lockdown has not been an easy experience for most of us here...

Indian student and his diabetic mother stranded in Notts finally make it back to...

A diabetic Indian mum and her son who were trapped in Notts are now back in India after a 28-hour nightmare journey. Two weeks ago...

The four biggest blockbusters pushed back by coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic has spread across the world, and the entertainment industry is no exception. From the best of British such as the 007 franchise...

Meet Rosie The Little Pink Tuk Tuk that delivers smiles amid coronavirus pandemic

Rosie The Little Pink Tuk Tuk takes to the streets of Nottingham delivering essentials to the vulnerable during coronavirus lockdown. The pink vehicle has been...

24 Hours from Victory in Europe: Remembering Bernard 75 years on

On Friday Britain celebrates VE Day, marking the defeat of Nazism and the victory of allied forces in Europe on May 8, 1945.  Success was not...

How I lost more than a stone in four weeks – and how you...

"I’m bored” has become my coronavirus catchphrase, as I’m sure it has become yours. I could only say it so many times before deciding...

5 beauty spots to spend your time after lockdown

As people are quarantined following government lockdown restrictions, some people are finding themselves appreciating their time outdoors more. The country has some beautiful scenery and...

“We are broken as a family”, Mariam Moustafa’s father talks about his family’s grief

A family fragmented and a father fighting the trauma of the tragic death of his teenage daughter. Mohammed and Mallak Moustafa spoke with Heba...

Welcome to Nottingham: City of (Radical) Literature

A radical bookshop, which has just been award-nominated for the fourth year running, is the epicentre of Nottingham’s “contrarian and egalitarian” literary scene. From...

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