Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Plane Tree provides young people with additional needs employment

Beeston non-profit organisation provides young people with additional needs the opportunity to develop new life skills and gain employability experience. Plane Tree opened its doors...

Plea for foster carers in Nottinghamshire amid crisis across the UK

Many new foster carers are desperately needed across Nottinghamshire, says the county council. As of 2021, there were 490 foster carers across Nottinghamshire with enough...

Ex Nottingham Trent student lands dream job after cancer battle

Former Nottingham Trent student, Zara Barton secures her dream degree apprenticeship in London, working for L'Oréal after a year battle with blood cancer. Zara, originally...

Childline appeals for new volunteers to support young people

Nottingham's Childline team are appealing for new volunteers to train and help young people. In the last year, Nottingham Childline delivered 13,171 counselling sessions to...

University of Nottingham and Bradford researchers study potential Raphael masterpiece

Two universities have used artificial intelligence to discover the truth behind a mysterious portrait that is likely to be a Raphael painting. The de Brécy...

Nottingham City Council uses AI to become carbon neutral by 2028

Nottingham City Council have partnered with transport technology company VitaCity to install sensors aiming to transform the city into a smarter, more efficient place...

How Scots in Notts are celebrating Burns’ Night

Burns' Night is upon us and we caught up with the Scottish native Schuggie Macinnes, of Schuggie's Ceilidhs, to find out what party tricks...

Amazon workers strike in Coventry but will Sutton-in-Ashfield do the same?

Workers from Coventry's Amazon fulfilment centre have gone on strike for the first time but will Nottinghamshire's centre do the same. Amazon workers have gone...

Nottinghamshire mental health hospital judged “inadequate”

The Priory Hospital in Arnold has been judged as inadequate by The Care Quality Commission (CQC) following an unannounced inspection in August last year. The...

Council approves new controversial licensing scheme for Nottingham landlords

Nottingham City Council's new Selective Licensing scheme is set to drive up living standards for tenants - but landlords have been told not to...

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