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Grenfell, five years on: Property developer Shack Baker demands overdue industry reform

A London-based property developer who grew up in a tower block has called for more accountability within the “extremely dated” construction industry – we...

Stephen Lawrence Day 2022: Stuart Lawrence listens to Derby

Stephen Lawrence’s younger brother, Stuart, has paid a visit to Derby to commemorate his sibling’s legacy and connect with the local community. The event was...

Veronica Moraa Pickering becomes first Black woman and Kenyan RAF Honorary Air Commodore

by Pa Modou Faal Veronica Moraa Pickering has made history for being the first black woman and Kenyan to be appointed the Royal Air Force...


By Saffron Dusanjh “What will other people think?” For many South Asians, this question springs to mind when making any kind of decision – a decision...

Footie, fun and fundraising at Forest Recreation Ground

On Saturday, August 28th 2021 The Gambian Community Nottinghamshire put on their yearly football tournament and family fun day

Why Black women need to attend their mammograms

Despite Breast cancer being more common in White women, Black women in England are almost twice as likely to be diagnosed with advanced breast cancer. Sherine Kheswa, Breast Care Nurse at Nottingham Breast Care Institute, is encouraging more Black women to come for their screenings.

Where to find Covid-19 vaccine walk-in sites in Nottingham

Across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, there are now several walk-in sites where anyone over 18 can get their Pfizer or AstraZeneca vaccine without an appointment.


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