Monday, June 17, 2024

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...

Nottingham turns orange against gender-based violence

In the UK, two women a week are killed by a current or former partner. Nottingham Soroptimist Club is an organisation running for more than...

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...

Comment: Our children cannot be swept aside during this pandemic

When life as we knew it came to a grinding halt last March, schools were expected to reopen in a mere two weeks. Instead,...

Brave police inspector opens up about his mental health battle

Nottinghamshire Police inspector Craig Nolan is a larger than life character. At just over 6ft tall, he often has the loudest presence in a room...

BREAKING ‘Justice has not been served today’, say Barnaby Webber’s family

The family of one of Valdo Calocane's victims have said they were 'rushed, hastened and railroaded' by a decision to accept a guilty manslaughter...

Tributes pour in for married owners of Notts garden centre

Heartfelt tributes have been paid to the married couple who owned Nottingham's Brookfield Garden Centre. The family run business confirmed online that John Clower died...

Knife crime police discover drugs in underpants

A police stop-search led to the discovery of around 150 wraps of heroin hidden inside a suspect’s underpants. County knife crime team officers were out...

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...

Nottinghamshire will not see mass testing until January, public health officials confirmed

Local Nottinghamshire public health officials have announced that lateral flow testing (LFT) will not be seen in the city until January. The tests were announced...

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