Category Archives: Issues

Autism: The Genius on the Spectrum

When you think of autism, the difficulties facing those who have the condition come to mind. Sometimes it’s forgotten that there are those on the spectrum, who are simply brilliant.

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Police and Crime Commission to help fund Street Pastors

Nottingham’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Paddy Tipping told CBJ that following the recent funding cuts, they have decided to grant funds to keep the project.

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Nottingham’s first-ever Caribbean Heritage Museum.

A new Caribbean museum is coming to Nottingham. SKN Heritage is hoping to bring a new culture for young people to learn about their ancestors.

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Number of young people buying houses drops in Nottingham

The amount of young people buying their first home has fallen considerably over the last 10 years. But with more graduates looking for jobs this may change.

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Election 2015: Nick Palmer and the Labour Party’s battle for Broxtowe

As Nick Palmer bids to win back the marginal seat he lost in 2010 and retake Broxtowe for Labour, Joe Christmas joins him on the campaign trail in Kimberley

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Labour’s new proposal to reduce tuition fees

Labour has announced if they win the election this year tuition fees will be cut by a 1/3 to £6,000. Is it the right move to make for universities? 

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Nottingham households could save up to £130 in fuel bills

The Nottingham Labour Party is tackling fuel poverty in its new manifesto as Ed Miliband announces a fuel price cap on utility bills in the run up to the election.

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