• Notts Goose Fair Cancelled At Detriment To Local Economy

    Lauren McGaun Last week, the Showmen’s Guild and Nottingham City Council announced the cancellation of the 729th annual Goose fair. The popular fairground attraction, which was scheduled to take place between Wednesday 30th September and Sunday 4th October, was cancelled due to the risk of coronavirus transmission – unavoidable...
  • Thousands of Protestors Bring Nottingham ‘to a stand still’

    Matthew Goodwin-Freeman Two days ago crowds of thousands brought Old Market Square and surrounding streets to halt as a number of different protests met in Nottingham city centre.   In the days leading up to the demonstrations it was reported that veteran Dean Cumberpatch was the main organiser for...
  • UoN’s Extended Term Dates for 20/21 Released

    If your parents are anything like mine, you need to let them know at least a month in advance when you want transport back to Nottingham. Otherwise, you’ll be sat on a National Express coach for 5 hours having paid an extra £50 in excess luggage fees. Luckily for...
  • Notts Homeless Charities Go ‘Above and Beyond’ During Coronavirus

    When the Coronavirus lockdown began in March, more than 14,500 homeless people across the country were put into emergency housing. Since July however, government funding began to run out, forcing many to return to their lives on the streets. As a result, several charities in Nottingham were forced to...
  • Hallward Reopens and Everything You Need to Know About Borrowing During Covid

    This week, as a part of the university’s ‘phased re-opening’ of on campus libraries, University Park’s Hallward Library was re-opened with new safety measures, resource borrowing systems and opening times.  The university confirmed that, as a part of ‘Phase 1’ of the re-opening of campus libraries, a ‘click and...
  • University of Nottingham To Own UK’s First ‘Quiet’ Halls

    The University of Nottingham has become the first university in the UK to own an officially accredited lower noise student accommodation, as it chooses Lincoln Hall to be a ‘Quieter Hall’. From the start of the new academic year in September, Lincoln Hall, situated on University Park campus, will...
  • COVID-19 Pushes Yemen Crisis Towards Breaking Point

    The ongoing humanitarian crisis in Yemen has reached breaking point as coronavirus and famine sweep through the population. UNICEF reports that Yemen ‘is the largest humanitarian crisis in the world’ with 24 million people, who make up 80% of the country’s population, in need of humanitarian aid. Many of...