Saturday, May 8, 2021

Police recover £15,000 worth of drugs in Radford

A warrant executed by Nottinghamshire Police in Radford has resulted in the recovery of more than £15,000 worth of drugs. Radford Road Operation Reacher Team,...

Gedling Council urges government to ban noisy fireworks

A Nottinghamshire Council wants to ban the public sale of fireworks that are louder than a lawnmower. Gedling Council will urge the government and the...

New data highlights thousands of penalty fines given out in city

Nottingham City Council issued over 120,000 penalty charges in last year, with Beck Street being a popular hotspot for parking tickets.  Data shows that nearly...

Police say it’s Time To Talk about mental health

A small conversation has the power to make a world of difference – which is why Nottinghamshire Police is backing a campaign to get...

Parents hire private tutors amongst education concerns

With exams being swapped for internal assessments and schools not set to reopen anytime soon, parents are taking their children's education into their own...

Bilborough man jailed for importation of drugs

A parcel bound for Notts which contained MDMA disguised as sweets was intercepted by the UK border force and has now landed a man...

More than £5000 raised for child with liver cancer

A fundraiser created to help support the family of Archie Warriner, who suffers from Hepatoblastoma, has reached half of its £10,000 target. Archie, 3, was...

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...

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