• Bio-gas powered 36 Orange Line bus in Beeston

    Travelling Green In Notts

    Matthew Bird With the weather cooling and rain increasingly likely to ruin a walk onto campus, public transport is looking more and more appealing. But for the environmentally conscious student diesel-powered buses aren’t particularly attractive options. Impact’s Science editor Matthew Bird investigates the green options available. Bio-gas buses Perhaps...
  • The Perfect Itinerary for a Day Out in Nottingham- No Matter the Weather

    How can you spend the day in Nottingham during rain or shine? It’s a question we’ve all wondered when suffering from severe boredom (when our deadlines are not draining the life out of us). Below are some tried and tested ideas and some more obscure places. Sometimes rather aspirational...
  • Impact Features Does Bonfire Night

    Bonfire Night On The Forest takes place every year at the Forest Recreation Ground in Nottingham. With all the allures of firework displays, hot food, fairground rides and the fact that it’s FREE entry, we sent Impact’s Ellie Wright to experience the event. We kicked off bonfire night with a jam-packed tram...
  • Protestors Cause Disruption in City Centre

    Two protests have caused disruption in Nottingham City Centre today, as groups from #BlackLivesMatter and the English Defence League make their presence known.  Update: The tram tracks have now been cleared and are operating, but there will be delays to all services today. Nottingham Express Transit have tweeted that they...
  • Tram scheduled for testing ahead of opening in Beeston

    Testing of the new tram lines, which will provide University of Nottingham students with access to the city’s tram link, is scheduled for tonight. At 11pm, trials of the new lines will take place as NET phase two of the tram networks development comes to a close. The test...