Nottingham Coroner

20 May 19
Lex Sportiva

“The tragedy of Hillsborough has brought Liverpool to its knees – not in defeat, but in prayer.” – Kenny Dalglish 15 April 1989, Hillsborough stadium, Sheffield, England. Liverpool face Nottingham Forest in the semi-finals of the FA Cup, kick-off at 15.00. The match was sold-out and almost 53,000 fans were expected to attend the stadium […]

20 May 19
Raumdeuter

Homosexuality has a strange place on the pitch in association football. Despite noticeable efforts to improve the situation, there continues to be a noticeable lack of LGBT professional footballers in the men’s game; especially compared to both women’s football and other sports. According to the 2006 FIFA Big Count, there were a total of 113,000 […]

19 May 19
Haunt Jaunts

May 18 is International Museum Day. It may seem like an innocuous day to include on the Weird Holidays & Observances listings, but not if you put a twist on it. Which, of course, I can’t help but to do. From paranormal and cryptozoology to witches, UFOs, death and leprechauns, here’s 29 macabre museums all […]

16 May 19
News Archives Uk

An inquest has ruled that a series of failures by mental health services contributed to the suicide of a vulnerable student at the University of Bristol. Natasha Abrahart, originally from Nottingham, was in her second year when she took her own life on 30 April 2018. Coroner Maria Voisin will record a narrative conclusion, saying […]

10 May 19
News Archives Uk

Mental health professionals have missed opportunities to care for a Bristol University student who was found hanged the day of a major practical assessment, an independent expert said on Tuesday. his investigation. Dr. Laurence Mynors-Wallis, a consultant psychiatrist, said he did not understand why the experts had demoted Natasha Abrahart's case to high risk, even […]

05 May 19
News Archives Uk

Parents of a Bristol University student hope that an upcoming survey will end their year of waiting for answers on his sudden death. Natasha Abrahart, a second year physics student at the university, passed away on April 30th of last year. She was 20 years old and originally from Nottingham. Natasha was the tenth of […]

26 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

Online pharmacies have failed to take proper care ID checks and using inappropriate marketing tactics to sell and addictive opiate drugs, a Guardian investigation can reveal. At least two major online pharmacies – registered with the UK regulator – are sending customers emails urging them to order drugs by claiming stocks are running out or […]

26 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

A Guardian investigation may reveal that online pharmacies have been accused of failing to carry out proper identity checks and using inappropriate marketing tactics to sell powerful and addictive opiates. At least two large online pharmacies – registered with the UK regulator – send e-mails to customers to order drugs saying their stocks are exhausting […]

26 Apr 19
Arcynewsy

Online pharmacies have been accused of failing to carry out adequate identity checks and using inappropriate marketing tactics to sell strong and engaging opiate drugs, a Guardian investigation may reveal. At least two of the leading online pharmacies – registered at the UK regulatory authority – send e-mails to customers who order medicines by stockpiling […]

24 Apr 19
Canberra CityNews

A 52-year-old motorcyclist, who had come off his bike, was found by a passing motorist on the Nottingham Road Bridge at Wee Jasper, south of Yass, yesterday afternoon.