• 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...
  • Broadmarsh Centre Placed Under Control Of Nottingham City Council

    Following the announcement that the Intu Group had moved into administration, Nottingham's Broadmarsh Shopping Centre has now been taken back over by the Nottingham City Council....
  • In Conversation with Lilian Greenwood

    On Friday the 13th of March, Lilian Greenwood held a talk at the Nottingham Tennis Centre in collaboration with the UoNSU’s Women’s Network to discuss the role that women can play in politics, as well as her flourishing career as a politician. In her speech Lilian praised the achievements...
  • University of Nottingham Declares a Climate Emergency

    Following the University of Nottingham's recent declaration of a climate emergency, May explores the ongoing commitments of the institution to sustainability and carbon neutrality....
  • Record Number of Homeless Deaths in Nottingham

    Homelessness in the UK is a damning indictment of how poorly we treat those less fortunate than ourselves. This is particularly true in Nottingham, where from January of this year, 49 people are sleeping rough every day. Not enough is being done to protect these vulnerable people who, for...
  • Free sexual health service at Cripps to cease in March

    A free sexual health service run at the Cripps Health Centre is to be axed at the end of March due to funding cuts. The service, which offers students diagnosis and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases, sexual health counselling, and free condoms, is the only service at the health...
  • Street drinkers in Nottingham can now be fined £70

    In an attempt to curb antisocial drinking, Community Protection Officers (CPOs) can now fine you £70 if you are caught drinking on the streets of Nottingham. From now, a Community Protection Officer can: • Require a person not to consume alcohol • Require a person to surrender any alcohol...