Monday, January 25, 2021

Nottingham’s annual “Winter Wonderland” closes after just one day

One day after the opening of Nottingham’s annual Christmas Market, concerns over the spread of Coronavirus has forced it to close for the rest...

Football’s sectarian problem won’t go away on its own

For years sectarianism has been prevalent in Irish and British football and shows no sign of disappearing any time soon. Since the age of five...

Brits brave the shave as barbers remain closed

Lockdown restrictions mean hairdressers and barbers have closed, so many people are taking it into their own hands to give themselves a trim. Social media...

Bewdley brightened by rainbows

Bewdley resident, Ellie Hooper,  has used her passion of crocheting to spread joy across the Worcestershire town, by making hundreds of rainbows to raise...

From student to NHS frontline worker

Charlotte Croghan has swapped her student digs for a Liverpool Hospital working as a healthcare assistant during the pandemic. The first year adult nursing student...

Students fear uncertain futures

Summer has started early for some students due to exams being cancelled, but not everyone is celebrating. Jane Parn, is an English teacher at a...

Erasmus student affected by Covid-19

Rohit Kale, 25, from India, is  a master degree student in Fine Art (MFA) at Nottingham Trent University (NTU).  He has been speaking about...

Some opticians will see you

Forbes Opticians in Hadleigh in Essex is still open for emergency patients, despite the ongoing pandemic. Co-owners of the firm, Jon and Jane Forbes, are...

COVID-19 Dominates 24 Hour News.

Turning on the TV, opening Twitter or just a friendly exchange between two people; there's only one topic dominating the current media landscape. The COVID-19...

Family dog gives Nottingham woman her life back

Today marks the biggest event on the dog calendar, Crufts: The world’s greatest dog show. And with any big show, there is always a...

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