Man jailed for nine months after supplying dangerous cosmetic product

Man jailed for nine months after supplying dangerous cosmetic product

A Nottingham trader has today been jailed for manufacturing and supplying an unsafe cosmetic solution which caused serious injuries to teenagers across the country. Nottingham Crown Court had previously heard that the aftercare saline product, produced by Lion Care Products Limited, of Basford, was supposed to be sprayed on to fresh piercings to keep the […]

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Man found with 1,400 packets of illegal tobacco inside two cars

Man found with 1,400 packets of illegal tobacco inside two cars

A Nottingham man must carry out 150 hours of community service after being caught in possession of more than 1,400 packets of illegal tobacco. Ramin Salehi, aged 27, of Gladstone Street, was stopped by officers from Nottingham City Council’s trading standards team in November 2017 and found with keys to two cars. The 1,463 tobacco […]

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Firm hit by Cattle Market blaze takes up offer of free market unit

Firm hit by Cattle Market blaze takes up offer of free market unit

A company whose building was completely destroyed by a devastating fire earlier this month has moved into the Victoria Centre Market. Anchor Supplies, an Army clothing and equipment business, has accepted a free unit on the market following the huge blaze at the Cattle Market on 4 November. Nottingham City Council made the offer to […]

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Remembrance events in Nottingham mark the Armistice centenary

Remembrance events in Nottingham mark the Armistice centenary

A number of events took place in Nottingham to mark the centenary of the First World War Armistice and remember those who lost their lives in past conflicts. Yesterday (Sunday), Victoria Embankment was again the city’s focal point for commemoration. The traditional two-minute silence and wreath-laying included a larger and enhanced viewing area this year […]

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Spooky goings-on as Council House opens its doors for Halloween

Spooky goings-on as Council House opens its doors for Halloween

A special Halloween pop-up bar is to open tomorrow (Wednesday) at Nottingham’s Council House. The aim of the event, held between 5pm and 7.30pm, is to make the iconic civic building accessible to more people. Thousands walk past the Old Market Square landmark every day and Nottingham City Council is hoping to encourage more visitors […]

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Awards at Goose Fair dinner honour the best of Nottingham

Awards at Goose Fair dinner honour the best of Nottingham

A phenomenally-talented musical family, a women’s rights campaigner, the man behind the modern Goose Fair and a much–respected education champion have been honoured in the Nottingham Awards 2018. The awards, now in their seventh year, were held at the Council House last night (Thursday) following the historic 724th Goose Fair opening and dinner. They celebrate […]

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Family event marks end of month of Asian culture celebrations

Family event marks end of month of Asian culture celebrations

A special event takes place this weekend to mark the end of a month of celebrations around South Asian culture in Nottingham. The culmination of the South Asian Heritage Festival will see a free event for all the family take place in Trinity Square on Saturday from noon until 5pm. There will be main-stage performances […]

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Warning to students over impact of noisy late-night parties

Warning to students over impact of noisy late-night parties

Students in Nottingham arriving for the new university term have been reminded not to throw parties which impact on their neighbours. In previous years, Nottingham City Council’s Community Protection officers have dealt with numerous late-night house parties, mostly in student households, where unacceptable levels of noise and anti-social behaviour caused a serious nuisance to local […]

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