Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Six best places to cry in Nottingham

We've all cried before. You've cried - Our writers have cried. But have you cried in public? Robbie Nichols and Daniela Loffreda have. We have complied an ultimate...

Uncovered: using sex work to fund uni

Editor’s note: the subject will be referred to as Katarina* within this piece for anonymity reasons. As the academic year gets into full swing, Abi...

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...

Four pictures showing spring is in Nottingham

Despite the chaos with Storm Doris, Nottingham continues to bloom as the first flowers and buds are showing through. Although it may seem a long...

‘I’ve never really known anything else’, says Nottingham family fearing deportation

A Nottingham family is fearing they will be forced to leave the country after they could lose their right to work in Britain. Patrycja Fron,...

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...

Are new fruit and veg recommendations a step too far?

Experts have today said that we should be eating ten portions of fruit and vegetables a day – but is that really feasible? We went...

‘It’s about bloody time’ – Historic law change for LGBTQ+ blood donors

Since last week gay and bi-sexual men are now able to donate blood, plasma and platelets in a historic law change. The eligibility of blood...

“This isn’t democracy”: the fight against fracking in Nottinghamshire

Plans for fracking are not just a danger to the environment, they are a sign of a broken democracy, say activists.  Lucy Pegg investigates...

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