Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Nottingham pubs helping the homeless vote

Pubs in Nottingham city centre are allowing the homeless to use their building's addresses when registering to vote for the upcoming general election. Ezra Watson,...

Dyslexia’s no stumbling block as mum opens second baby store worth millions

A Nottingham business woman who struggled to use a till says having dyslexia has not stopped her in achieving her goals of creating a...
Nottingham stands with Hong Kong

Hong Kong citizens gather in Nottingham city centre in show of solidarity over Hong...

Hong Kong citizens and international students gathered as a symbol of unity for the protest in Hong Kong on Saturday, November 2. Rallies were held...
Mansfield Town Hall Poppy Appeal

Mansfield knitted poppy appeal turns town red for Remembrance Day

The People's Poppy Project has returned for a third successful year, with knitters from Mansfield and beyond sending in thousands of poppies ahead of...

“Saving lives by saving time” The Midlands Air Ambulance

For thirty years, the Midlands Air Ambulance has undertaken 54,000 potentially life saving missions, an average of six missions per day. Not known to many,...

NTU students take on first live hustings

The Nottingham Post and Nottingham Trent University has partnered together for one of the first live election debates of the General Election 2019 in...

Teenagers quiz Broxtowe candidates ahead of general election

...but most of them aren't old enough to vote! More than 200 students aged 14-19 from schools in the Broxtowe constituency attended a general...

#CheerUpCharlie: West End stars rally round bullied boy

Nine year old Charlie Kristensen was beaten up by boys at his school because he wants to be an actor in the West End....

Family home lights-up Nuthall with a festive flurry of Christmas lights

Over 2,000 people attended the Nuthall Christmas Lights display, which has raised over £100,000 for two different charities, over the last 15 years. The Swift...

Student radio station cycle 822 miles in 24 hours in charity event.

Nottingham Trent University's student radio station, Fly FM, raised over £1500 for former student, who was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome, back in November 2017. The...

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