News archive from 1 July 2014, page 14

Nottingham court listings: Who has been appearing before magistrates?

MARK Kinsella, 35, of Selside Court, Beeston, will appear at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on July 10 at 2pm. He is accused of being concerned in producing cannabis in Chilwell on May 23. ANDREW Savage, 51, of London Road, Nottingham, has been bailed...

 

Nottingham's skyline: The good, the bad and the ugly

FOR nearly 30 years, as an influential planner, he helped shape Nottingham. During that time, the city's prosperity mirrored the peaks and troughs of the national economy. Good buildings, bad buildings and many indifferent buildings. Now, Adrian Jones...

 

Face-to-face contact gives you a great shot at a job

MEETING employers face-to- face made all the difference to job-seeker Ben Armstrong - who secured his new role through one of the Post's recruitment fair. The 22-year-old decided to visit the West Bridgford jobs fair - organised in partnership with...

 

Exhibitors at the Beeston Jobs Fair

Armed Forces Utility Warehouse Avon Prince's Trust Broxtowe Borough Council and Beeston BID Nottinghamshire County Council Nottinghamshire County Council Skills For Employment Job Centre Plus Ambuline Arrive Home Instead Senior Care Cherry...

 

'A good time to be looking for a job'

ACCORDING to Government statistics, the number of people in Nottinghamshire claiming Job Seekers' Allowance in May was 11,685. This is down from 12,382 in April and 15,940 in May 2013. Currently, 2.3 per cent of the working age population in...

 

Beeston: A great place to work

WE are delighted to be supporting the jobs fair today at the Pearson Centre in Beeston. I believe this will give local people a chance to engage with potential employers and enable them to get the advice they need to help them access work, skills...

 

A453 work brings new restrictions

DRIVERS are being warned about new restrictions brought in as part of the widening work on the A453. Three-way traffic lights will be in place at the Green Lane junction in Clifton from today until Friday. Meanwhile, the exit from the Esso petrol...

 
'Jobs, skills and training are top priorities for us'

'Jobs, skills and training are top priorities for us'

THE local jobs market is still tough and unemployment, especially youth unemployment, remains a severe problem in many of our communities. At 2.3 per cent, the unemployment rate in Broxtowe is amongst the lowest in Notts, but still has pockets where...

 

House ransacked for valuable items

BURGLARS helped themselves to jewellery, laptops, tablets and mobile phones after breaking into a house in Toton. They got into the house, in Seaburn Road, by forcing open a conservatory door between 3pm on Friday and 12.45pm on Saturday. Police said...

 
Conversion work to continue after new school opens

Conversion work to continue after new school opens

WORK to convert a factory into a new free school will not be fully completed until September next year - 12 months after the school's opening date. The Nottingham Free School is due to open in the Courtaulds factory building in Haydn Road, Sherwood,...

 

Police pledging to stop trouble bikers

PEOPLE riding off-road motorbikes are being targeted by police in Hucknall. After meeting residents, officers decided to make it a priority for the area. Areas around Broomhill Road, Peveril Street and Christchurch Road have been identified as...

 

Growing concern for missing man

CONCERN is growing about about the whereabouts of a missing man. Shusheng Xu (pictured) left his home in Huntingdon Street in the city centre at around 8.45am last Thursday. The 24-year-old has not been seen or heard from since. He is a Chinese man,...

 
Taste of Great War for abbey visitors

Taste of Great War for abbey visitors

THE era of the First World War has been commemorated in a major event at Rufford Abbey Country Park. Britain in The Great War 1914-18, was organised by Notts County Council as part of the ongoing Trent to Trenches centenary commemoration programme...

 

Police act on city estate complaints

POLICE are cracking down on anti-social behaviour in part of Bestwood Estate. They have received dozens of complaints about people hanging around the flats in Wyton Close, drinking and playing music. The force has pledged to work with Nottingham City...

 

M1 lorry jack-knife leads to hold-ups

TWO lanes of the M1 were closed yesterday after a lorry jack-knifed on the motorway and spilt fuel. The incident was reported just after 4.30pm at junction 26 and led to the slip road at the A610 to be closed, as well as the southband lanes. Recovery...

 


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