Graduate Depression

Bright eyed graduates entering the world of work, hopeful that they're going to get a job in their chosen field of work after three years of being told "when you graduate and get a job..." HA. Warning: I'm using the word depression very loosely and I am not meaning to offend anyone who is clinically … Continue reading Graduate Depression

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How to overcome the September slump as Brits pile on 4.4lbs over summer

During the summer months, it seems Brits are getting increasingly sluggish with their health and fitness regimes and when September comes, they can struggle to return to their pre-summer weight. With research showing that Brits put on an average of 4.4lbs over the summer, with hotter days, eating later and drinking more being responsible for … Continue reading How to overcome the September slump as Brits pile on 4.4lbs over summer

Shrimp Shell bags to help waste problem

Academics are currently creating a reusable shopping bag, made from shrimp shells. Dr Nicola Everitt from the University of Nottingham and a colleague from the University of Nile, Egypt, are redesigning one of the most used everyday accessories and replacing it with recycled materials. It is a two year experiment will focus on making environmental friendly … Continue reading Shrimp Shell bags to help waste problem

Ruddington Arms attracts protests after serving Foie-Gras in Nottingham

Nottingham Animal Rights group are protesting against local pub, The Ruddington Arms that has been serving Foie-Gras. Foie-Gras, which is French for fat liver, is illegal to produce in the UK due to animal welfare laws however, it’s not illegal to trade and sell. Nottingham Animal Rights group peacefully protested outside the venue and vow to protest every … Continue reading Ruddington Arms attracts protests after serving Foie-Gras in Nottingham

Helping the homeless and their dogs in Nottingham

Two Nottingham non-profit organisations have joined forces to feed and clothe not only people living on the streets, but their dogs as well. The MBC Street Kitchen, founded by Tracy Dickinson Wheeldon in December 2016, and Nottingham Animal Rights group have joined forces to feed and clothe people living on the streets and their dogs. Tracy, along with other … Continue reading Helping the homeless and their dogs in Nottingham

Nottingham father sentenced for manslaughter of his two-month-old son

Easton Robinson from St Ann’s will be sentenced today for the manslaughter of his son Eden, following a trial at Nottingham Crown Court. Easton Robinson was sentenced to 12 years for the manslaughter of his two-month-old son in 2016. With six years in custody and six years on license. Whilst in Robinson’s care, on the … Continue reading Nottingham father sentenced for manslaughter of his two-month-old son