Thursday, April 22, 2021

Two-time Olympian becomes external selector for GB women’s rowing team

Ex-Olympian Stephen Turner has become Team GB's external selector for the women's rowing team. Turner, 56, was a member of GB's rowing team for both...

Online pilates: the benefits and challenges

Croatian pilates instructor Vedrana Greblo has spoken about the challenges she has faced providing online tutorials and keeping her business going. After creating the online...

Hundreds gather at Nottingham’s Kill The Bill protest

Hundreds of people gathered at Forest Recreation Ground, Nottingham for a Kill The Bill protest on Saturday, 27 March. The Bill is the proposed Police,...

Mental health: call for universities to give more support

A mental health nurse and podcaster has called on universities to give more support to students who may be suffering mental health problems. Mental health...

Nottingham training black women in construction

Fully-funded workshops and webinars on construction now offered in Nottingham, aim to encourage black women to pursue careers in the industry. Figures show that only...

Dog theft: Owners becoming fearful and vigilant amid rising crime levels

Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, prices of our canine friends have sky rocketed as demand increases. Sadly, this has also meant a huge rise in...

Sport in Wales is ‘just not valued’

Wales risks losing a generation of rising young athletes due to facilities being closed. That's the view of GB tennis coach Fran Lewis. She and...

Training sessions to increase for Nottingham McDonald’s Hoods

Basketball England's Return to Play roadmap for elite activity has moved into Level 2 in response to the Government's social distancing guidelines. As the sport...

The problems with Instagram, Tik Tok and unqualified dieting advice

Instagram and Tik Tok are image-based social platforms, both of which are popular methods of imparting nutritional advice but are they giving safe advice. Long...

The future of performing arts after COVID-19

The most recent statistics show that the creative sector contributes over £111.7 billion a year to the UK economy.  The performing arts industry in...

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