Sunday, February 25, 2018

Inspectors label Nottingham Prison ‘fundamentally unsafe’

Eight people are thought to have killed themselves while in Nottingham prison and inspectors found a high level of drugs and violence involving prisoners...

Dry January or bad January?

Dry January is the annual movement through which millions of people give up alcohol for the month of January. However research has shown that...

International students boost UK economy by £20bn

International students studying in the UK contribute 10 times more than they cost the economy, with Nottingham South featuring in the top 10 benefiting...

Huge fire engulfs Nottingham Railway Station

Nottingham Railway Station has been evacuated after a fire ripped through the new part of the building. The blaze, which is believed to have started...

Video: Man tasered after suspected armed robbery in Nottingham

A man is in hospital in Nottingham after being tasered, as two men were arrested following a suspected armed robbery. The Independent Office for...

Huge travel delays after Nottingham train station fire

A fire at Nottingham train station has caused huge travel problems for thousands of commuters. The fire at the recently renovated station broke out at...

Nottingham city centre in lock-down after two major incidents

Commuters have been stranded after widespread delays to public transport causing traffic and travel chaos following a fire at Nottingham train station and a...

Homophobic attacks in Nottingham on the rise.

Over the past four years attacks on LGBT people have risen by 80% with more than five people being verbally or physically attacked in last...
Student Protest in London

Students protest for free education in central London

Thousands of students marched in protest through central London on Wednesday in demand of free education. The demonstration, organised by the National Campaign Against Fees...

Cyber-bullying: Childline reveal drastic rises in online bullying since 2012

An NSPCC report shows that cyber-bullying counselling sessions with Childline have increased by a staggering 87% since 2012. Children as young as nine years...

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