Monday, June 17, 2024

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...

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...

‘We have a right to be frustrated’ – reaction as Nottingham student areas see...

Student populated areas across the city have seen a significant drop in covid cases, latest government data shows. The figures reveal a decrease in areas...

West Bridgford student running half marathon for mental health awareness

A student whose uncle took his own life is aiming to put his best foot forward to raise money for mental health charities. Gil Barton,...

Sherwood charity shop joins fight to end mental health stigma

The Mind charity shop in Sherwood is joining the 'Mind Youth Take Over' on Saturday February 5, to help end the stigma surrounding mental...
Kirkby’s 100,000th attendee Jean Patterson with her £100 voucher.(Photo credits: Ashfield District Council)

Ashfield leisure centres hits one million visitor mark

Leisure centres in Ashfield have hit more than one million visitors for the 2022-23 financial year as part of a raft of milestones. The centres,...

Nottingham MP hits back at Sunak’s decision to block Gender Recognition Reform Bill

Nadia Whittome has voiced her concern over Rishi Sunak's plans to block new Scottish gender laws. The bill would make Scotland the first part of...

Nottingham’s Environment Agency strikes for the first time over pay

Environment Agency workers walked out today in a dispute over pay. UNISON, the UK's largest trade union, has called for all environment agency members covered...

Pensioners get cold in queues at Lenton vaccination centre

A Nottingham pensioner has described their experiences at the Kings Meadow vaccination centre as "absolutely horrendous", with long queues witnessed over the weekend.  The site,...

Free first aid workshops offered to children in Nottinghamshire

Children across Nottinghamshire and Chesterfield are using their time in lockdown to learn first aid through free online workshops. Maria Mathews is the Owner and...

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