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Tennis is a hit in the city

A summer of tennis is being served up in Nottingham.

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Pupils ride in Queen’s pageant

Hard work at school paid off for four pupils who were chosen as official passengers in the Queen’s Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant.

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Council helps protect parks

Nottingham City Council is at the heart of a national campaign to protect parks and open spaces.

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Pupils sing with Prince Edward

Schoolchildren enjoyed singing a nursery rhyme with Prince Edward when he turned up to open a new community centre.

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University a great place for birds

Thousands of people from all over the world had their eyes on a university building to see peregrine falcon chicks hatch from their eggs.

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Boost for bookworms

Borrowing books just got a lot easier for residents in the St Ann’s area of Nottingham with the launch of a new library.

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Free swims in Nottingham

Olympic swimming champion Rebecca Adlington is urging Nottingham residents to take a dip and show their support for the British swimming team.

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County Council to invest £5m on free school bus travel

Almost £5 million is being set aside by Notts County Council during the next four years to fund free travel to schools for pupils.

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City to host top cycling event

Top cyclists from all over the country will head to Nottingham this year to take part in a major event.

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Mother’s cancer charity raises £130,000 in memory of her son

A charity set up by a mother who lost her son to cancer has raised £130,000 to help other sufferers.

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