Thursday, May 24, 2018

Hundreds gather for Nottingham’s St Patrick’s Day parade in the snow

Nottingham's Market Square saw hundreds of people confront the snow to celebrate the feast of St. Patrick. The parade, which began at Pelham Street and...

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...

Two arrested after student suffered racial abuse in Nottingham Trent University halls.

Rufaro Chisango, a black university student, captures the moment on video she was subject to verbal racial abuse, while hiding in her dorm room...

Nottingham train station fire investigation latest

Nottingham train station is on the slow road back to normality as the investigation into what caused the fire continues. The station was fully operational...

Nottingham Labour Party elects transgender woman

Dr Heather Peto has been chosen to champion the role as women’s officer at the constituency Labour Party in south Nottingham. The role consists...

Nottingham Trent student ‘told to remove turban’ in Mansfield bar

A law student from Nottingham Trent University was left feeling shocked and victimised after he was told to remove 'headgear' - that was in...

Nottingham Railway Station arsonist may never be caught say police

Two months following the Nottingham Railway Station fire police have admitted that the culprit may never be caught. British Transport Police have said in a...

£10,000 given to Skate Nottingham 

Free skateboarding lessons and skate-photography courses for young people will soon be available in Nottingham thanks to The Big Lottery Fund. Skate Nottingham CIC, is...

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...

Secondary schools struggling to balance the books across the country

The number of Government-run secondary schools in England falling into deficit has almost trebled in the last four years to more than a quarter. And here...

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