Monthly Archives: February 2015

NTU Student charged with possession of imitation firearm

A Nottingham Trent University student has been charged with possession of an imitation firearm with intent to cause harm.

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Nottingham Trent Students Union bans the sale of The Sun

Nottingham Trent University’s students’ union has decided to stop selling The Sun newspaper in its shops,  following a union vote on Monday night.

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Ilkeston Football Club are looking to the future following financial peril

Ilkeston FC are looking to climb through the leagues with their new-look side and academy, when only a few years ago they might not have existed.

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Strelley and The Meadows council homes to get a facelift

Plans to build a hundred new council homes in Nottingham have been approved. The scheme is part of the new build programme “Building a Better Nottingham.”

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Labour has revealed plans to cut tuition fees

Ed Miliband has pledged to cut university tuition fees in England if he wins the general election. He believes it ‘has been a disaster’.

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Sobar: One Year Anniversary

The first alcohol-free bar in Nottingham has just celebrated its one year anniversary. It is owned by Double Impact- a drug and alcohol charity.

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Nottinghamshire house prices on the rise

The average cost of buying a house in Nottinghamshire has increased by 30% in just one year. It now costs more than £100,000 to buy an average property in the county.

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