Monday, June 27, 2022

Stalls didn’t show up for Christmas Food and Gift fair in Nuneaton

Pick ‘n’ Mix Events hosted the Christmas Food and Gift fair in Nuneaton, Warwickshire on Saturday 7th December 2019 in addition to the existing...

Quack!

Our website now has a print version. The first issue of Quack! was published in May 2016, featuring a special on Nottingham Fashion Week...

Lakeside Arts showcasing British imperial power in Nottingham with art exhibition

An art exhibition opens this week at Nottingham’s Lakeside Arts and looks into India’s forgone status as the ‘Jewel in the Crown’ of the...

Election 2017: How the manifestos approach the NHS

With the General Election looming, here's a look at how the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat manifestos approach the NHS. As a cornerstone of the British...

We mite bee eating insects sooner ant you think

Silkworm pasta, roasted grasshoppers and cricket protein bars could become a part of UK diets in the next decade. That is according to Nick Rousseau,...

Trade union claims drivers has no choice but to break the law due to the number of taxis in...

The increase in the number of private hire taxi drivers illegally touting for trade in the city centre is due to the fact that...

Woman, 30, abused online after opting to be sterilised

A West Bridgford woman received a torrent of online abuse after winning her campaign to be sterilised on the NHS. Holly Brockwell has been trying to...

Combating hate through hip-hop and exploring art through virtual reality: see what two Nottinghamshire cultural centres are offering digitally...

One of the areas in the UK that has been hit the hardest by the pandemic is the cultural sector. Museums and galleries are...

Women’s Tri

Triathlon is increasingly popular with women looking for new ways to boost their training regime. Women's Tri, produced by NTU magazine students in 2015, gives...

Nottingham through the looking glass: a literary guide

When you think of Nottingham as a City of Literature, iconic names such as DH Lawrence, Lord Byron and Alan Sillitoe tend to spring...