Monthly Archives: March 2015

Nottingham students say ‘Give Us A Chance’

Local businesses have met with New College Nottingham students to give advice on getting employed and offer apprenticeship places within their organisations.

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Ashfield parliamentary candidate arrested over historic child sex abuse allegations

Ashfield councillor, Jason Zadrozny, has been suspended by the Liberal Democrats after being arrested on suspicion of child sex abuse.

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Nottingham to host the world’s first gaming cultural centre

A £2.5m centre for gaming, culture and education will open its doors this weekend in Nottingham to celebrate the UK as a leading innovator in games development.

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Attenborough Nature Reserve celebrates 10th anniversary

Nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers have flocked to the Attenborough Nature Reserve this week to be part of the tenth anniversary celebrations.

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Richard III burial: Large crowds attend Leicester Cathedral service

Hundreds of people gathered outside Leicester Cathedral this morning as King Richard III was finally laid to rest in a service led by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

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Nottingham to plug in electric vehicles

Nottingham has been shortlisted by the government for a share of a multi-million pound fund to boost the use of electric vehicles within the city.

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Toads send drivers hopping mad

A road block annually set up in Nottinghamshire to allow migrating toads to cross has angered drivers as toads aren’t following the patterns of previous years.  

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