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Air pollution: Nottingham campaigners “concerned” at levels

Campaigners across Nottingham say they are "deeply concerned" after a study found that a quarter of homes are in areas where air pollution levels...

The secondary school that makes blankets for the homeless from rubbish

Students at a secondary school in Hillingdon have been taking part in a new initiative that sees them provide survival blankets for the homeless...

“Desperate to get the season finished”: amateur football set for return

A Northamptonshire county FA official has expressed reservations about amateur football being allowed to return from March 29. Many grassroots football clubs have had their...

Warning issued on e-scooters after man arrested for being twice the legal alcohol limit

A warning has been issued by Nottinghamshire Police urging drunk people not to ride on e-scooters after a hockey player was arrested for being...

Busy Black ‘Thursday’ sales

As Nottingham's High Street shops try to find a way of making Black Friday successful during a pandemic, Northern Ireland have held a 'Black...

Tamworth students feel cheated their exams won’t be going ahead

The cancellation of GCSE's due to Covid-19 means Teachers will now be assessing students on their estimated grades. Student across England were left with the...

Coronavirus: how a UK backpacker experienced the pandemic away from home

A 23-year-old backpacker from Buckinghamshire had a “scary” time in Australia as he was trapped in a foreign country and rarely allowed to leave...

NHS appeals for COVID-19 survivors to donate plasma

NHS Blood and Transplant is appealing for more seriously ill coronavirus survivors to donate plasma. Their plasma contains antibodies that are believed to help other...

Nottingham faces further shop closures

Nottingham's Dorothy Perkins and Burton store are set to close down after they went into administration in December 2020. Administrators have confirmed that around 2,450 staff...

Covid: Nottingham students “scapegoats” of pandemic

Nottingham students have spoken out about being ''unfairly blamed'' for spikes in coronavirus cases. As the number of Covid-19 cases erupted in October 2020, many...

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