Monday, May 20, 2024

Update as Topshop stores to close after multi-million ASOS purchase

The multi-brand clothing chain is set to leave many Nottingham locals unemployed in the midst of a global pandemic. Online giant ASOS has announced they will...

A new plan to crack down on domestic violence in Nottingham has now been...

The new Domestic Abuse Position Paper has been created to improve the system’s approach to tackling domestic abuse cases in Nottingham. The paper sets out...

Doorstep book signings: the way forward in a pandemic

Two Sheffield University teachers who have experienced publishing this year are authors: Lisa Bradley, 42 and Michelle Rawlins, 46. Neither women could do book launches...

Reclaim the Night: Women who inspire us in Nottingham

Hundreds of women took to the streets of Nottingham this weekend to campaign for safer streets as part of the Reclaim the Night campaign....

Hospitality and Potential Lockdown – Will we survive another one?

Hospitality workers fear a potential fourth lockdown as concerns over the new 'Omicron' variant continue to rise.  The restrictions implemented after a press conference on...

Nottingham Forest fans say they ‘stand a chance’ in big FA Cup clash with...

Nottingham Forest fans have voiced their excitement after the club drew Arsenal at home in the FA Cup third round. Steve Cooper's side will welcome...

Jail for violent robbers injured in high-speed bike crash

Two robbers were involved in a high-speed motorcycle crash when the stolen off-roader they were driving smashed into the back of a parked van. Tristan...

Public service workforce suffering from “widespread” PTSD says union boss

Public service workforces are now blighted with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to a leading East Midlands union boss. People who were once confident,...

Age UK Nottingham & Nottinghamshire launch walking football club in Beechdale and Eastwood

Nottingham-based charity, Age UK Notts, are looking for 16 members to join their new walking football clubs in Beechdale and Eastwood. The sessions are open...

Disability campaigner calls for better shop access

A disability campaigner has claimed that Nottingham is not accessible for people living with disabilities and that changes need to be made for the...

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