Monthly Archives: December 2014

PETA animal rights group ordered to take down obscene poster

Notts County Football Club has requested a sexually suggestive anti-dairy billboard outside its ground should be taken down by today (Feb 5).

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Beeston anger as tram works delayed and gas line needs replacing

Businesses and residents in Beeston affected by months of disruption because of tram works have been told that there will be further problems.

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Scotland cuts drink drive limit

The drink drive limit is now lower in Scotland than anywhere else in the UK. The amount you are legally allowed to have in your system has been almost halved.

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Aspley has the highest rate of domestic violence calls

Reports of domestic violence are higher in Aspley than any other electoral ward in Nottingham, a recent council committee has heard.

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Funding granted to help restore Sherwood Forest

The most ancient parts of Sherwood Forest will be updated in a £3.5 million investment that would bring a smile to the face of Robin Hood.

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City reaping Halloween benefits

Nottingham is gearing up towards Halloween celebrations, and the city’s retailers are ready for a substantial growth in profits

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Nottingham named Top Christmas shopping destination

NOTTINGHAM’S Old Market Square will glow with festive cheer this week as the Christmas lights switch-on this Friday.

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