Sunday, April 18, 2021

Inclusion of LGBTQ+ History Month at school is about mutual respect, says assistant head

Nottingham High School have announced on Twitter that they will be celebrating their first ever LGBTQ+ History Month. The School unveiled a version of Daniel...

Opinion: The UK has a problem with patriotism; the government’s response to Covid-19 proves...

The UK government’s response to the pandemic has, amongst many, many other things, exposed the nation’s problem with patriotism - rewarding blind incompetence with...

Ashfield Council’s zero tolerance approach to Environmental Crime

Ashfield District Council are taking a zero tolerance approach to environmental crime as part of its new enforcement scheme. A dedicated Environmental Enforcement team will...

Worksop’s award-winning park receiving new facilities

Plans to build a refreshments kiosk and other facilities at Workshop park will soon come to life with work set to begin in two...

This could be ‘the final nail in the coffin’ for pubs warns Nottingham CAMRA...

The third national lockdown could be ‘the final nail in the coffin’ for some pubs across Nottinghamshire. That’s the view of Nottingham’s Campaign for Real...

Five families evacuated after St Ann’s brick wall collapse

Five families had to leave their homes in the early hours of this morning (February 3) after a brick wall collapsed into a garden. Residents...

Council backs policy to introduce new fines for rogue landlords

A Nottinghamshire council has passed a new policy that increases their powers to crack down on rogue landlords. The Private Sector Housing Civil Penalties Policy...

Government failed ‘to get it right’, says Nottingham councillor as schools due to open

By Olimpia-Constanta Zagnat Nottingham Councilor criticises government's handling of the pandemic as schools are due to open next month according to Boris Johnson's last announcement. Cllr...

Opinion: Covid jokes just aren’t funny anymore

The tragic loss of Captain Tom Moore is among many recent reminders to take the virus seriously not only when we’re out in public,...

Broxtowe’s biodiversity will boost butterfly population

Trees are being planted in Beeston to reduce carbon and increase biodiversity as part of Broxtowe Borough Council's Green Futures Programme. Gardeners at Broxtowe Borough...

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