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New support hub unveiled as Nottinghamshire marks Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week

New support hub unveiled as Nottinghamshire marks Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week

A pioneering support hub which delivers the specialist help survivors of sexual violence have long been calling for has been officially unveiled as part of a national awareness week. The new Adult Sexual Violence Hub and Specialist Therapy Support Service, which has been called “Asa” by survivors and stakeholders – a unisex name with multicultural […]

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Leader says ‘thank you’ as health leader takes up new challenge

Leader says ‘thank you’ as health leader takes up new challenge

The Leader of Nottingham City Council has thanked its outgoing Director of Public Health after she accepted a new role on the south coast, starting later this year. Councillor David Mellen has praised Alison Challenger for her leadership during the Covid pandemic and for her wider work on the city’s public health agenda over the […]

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Free travel to Covid-19 vaccination centres

Free travel to Covid-19 vaccination centres

To help people get to their Covid-19 vaccine appointments as safely and easily as possible, concessionary card holders in Nottingham can now travel for free before 9.30am. Nottingham City Council has worked with Nottinghamshire County Council, bus and tram operators to extend the existing free travel – which already applies from 9.30am until 11pm – […]

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Nottingham lights candles to remember victims of the Holocaust

Nottingham lights candles to remember victims of the Holocaust

An online candle-lighting event will take place on Wednesday 27th January this week as part of Nottingham’s annual commemoration for victims of the Holocaust. To join the event please contact ncbinotts@ncbi.org.uk. In normal times, a civic service is held at the Council House which allows people from all backgrounds to come together, remember the past, […]

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Nottingham landlord sentenced over dangerous property

Nottingham landlord sentenced over dangerous property

A Nottingham landlord, who failed to improve his rental property, leaving his tenants in dangerous conditions has been fined. 34-year-old Haroon Karim, from Bramcote in Nottingham, pleaded guilty to two offences under the Housing Act 2004, section 72(3) and (6) failing to comply with Housing of Multiple Occupancy (HMO) licence conditions and section 30(1) and […]

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