Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Time to Talk, how a Nottingham group is combatting depression in young men

“A macho man is a real man” is what Trekkah's grandmother used to say to him when he was just a little boy. Now,...

Closure of library could mean loss of ‘safe’ space

There are concerns that the potential closure of Nottingham's Central Library could mean more than just people losing access to books. Courtney Wareham is a...

Nottingham City Council approves plans to turn Friary into homeless shelter

The Old Friary on Gordon Road, St. Ann's will become a homeless shelter after the council approved the proposal for the new centre, to...

Salaam Shalom a kitchen bridging Nottingham communities together

Salaam Shalom Kitchen is the only joint Muslim/Jewish project in the UK founded on the belief of working together across communities and breaking barriers....

Music students raise money for ‘overlooked’ veterans

Students from Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies hosted a musical performance night for the Forces in the Community charity. The event was Harvey Harrington's idea,...

Gambling students risking more than they can afford to lose

Jonny Goldstone, from London, started gambling in his teens using free bets and staking small amounts of money. Jonny started with football betting which he...

Erewash Sound DJ stays on air for 50 hours to prove someone is always...

Erewash Sound presenter Richard Dawson celebrated his 50th birthday with a 52-hour radio broadcast to raise money for the Hope Long Eaton and Every...

Re-used fashion market set to take over by 2030.

The second hand clothing market is set to be double the fast fashion market by 2030 according to Statista. The inflation in price of clothing...

Forest fans nostalgic as City Ground rent row goes on

Nottingham Forest fans and former players could have trouble coming to terms with a potential move away from the famous City Ground, if a...
Rushcliffe Borough Council

Life-saving defibrillator project rolled out across Nottinghamshire

Sixteen defibrillators have been installed across sports venues in Nottinghamshire, after Rushcliffe Borough Council received more than £2.5 million from The UK Shared Prosperity...

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