Monthly Archives: March 2014

Domestic abuse victims let down my Nottinghamshire Police

Nottinghamshire Police must improve their handling of domestic abuse cases, an independent watchdog claims.

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New tram ticket machines for Nottingham

New tickets machines across the city will streamline the purchasing of tram tickets for customers. It will now be easy to hop on a tram than ever before.

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Leader of National Union of Teachers warns of further strike action

More strikes in the future, warns National Union of Teachers leadership, after a day of industrial action closes schools.

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Nottingham in Bloom springs into life across the city

The annual Nottingham in Bloom competition is set to transform roundabouts, church yards and community gardens into a feast of colour and design this spring time.

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Nottingham to develop the UK’s largest urban solar canopy

Nottingham will be the home of enough solar panels to cover two football pitches. 7000 solar panels will be built over two sites in the city.

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Notts County slash season ticket prices for fans

League One club reduce season ticket prices to lowest levels since 2010. The new scheme aims to widen participation as the club fights relegation.

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Over 100 Nottinghamshire schools to close for one-day strike

Over a hundred schools in Nottinghamshire are set to close tomorrow as teaching staff strike over pensions, pay and working conditions.

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