Friday, December 14, 2018

“Royal Fever” hits UK after birth of new Prince

The UK has been struck with "royal fever" with the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's third child, but what do people...

Nottingham Poetry Festival attracts national poets

Nottingham's Poetry Festival is back for its third year this April, with more than 70 events being held across the city. The previous two festivals were...

The 91-year-old Nottingham driver who hasn’t passed his test

A Nottingham pensioner has been driving for 75 years. He's driven cars, motorbikes and even military tanks. But there's one catch- he has never...

Nottingham Trent student told to leave Mansfield bar over turban

Nottingham Trent Student Amrik Singh said he felt "frustrated" and "heartbroken" when he was asked to leave Rush Late Bar in Mansfield, because he...

Linby’s Brooke Farm to receive £350,000 for expansion

A Nottinghamshire farm where people with disabilities benefit from valuable life experience could be expanded. The £350,000 investment from the County Council to Brooke Farm will...

Proposals take place for a new cemetery ground in Nottingham

Plans for a new cemetery in Nottingham catering for all faiths and religions could soon be given the go because the existing one is...

Fitness: inside or outside?

More than 6,400 gyms are now open in the UK. 9.7 million fitness members are signed up to these gyms, so how many people...

Self Love Hub fights loneliness in Nottingham

More than 9 million people are lonely in the UK according to a recent study. We found out about one local initiative to battle...

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...

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