21st May 2015
University cancels anti-homophobia charity football tournament over ‘transphobia’ claim 43
3:42 PM — PinkNews Exclusive. The University of Nottingham has cancelled a charity tournament intended to raise money to fight homophobia - after complaints the event discriminated against trans people.
3rd August 2014
NHS withdraws job offer from married gay chaplain after Church of England punishment 36
2:28 PM — The NHS has withdrawn a job offer it made to gay chaplain Jeremy Pemberton, after the Church of England revoked his permission to officiate.
20th May 2014
Rise in the number of gay couples adopting in Nottinghamshire
11:58 AM — Nottinghamshire has well above the national average of gay adoptive parents, figures show.
1st May 2014
Brighton and Hove Albion praises Nottingham Forest for stance against homophobia 1
5:43 PM — Brighton & Hove Albion have praised Nottingham Forest for guarding against homophobic abuse – ahead of Saturday’s key clash against the two clubs.
28th October 2013
Debt forces closure of Nottinghamshire Pride 5
1:13 PM — The charity that runs Nottingham's annual Pride festival has been forced to close amid debts of almost £17,000.
20th August 2013
New book on the life of gay footballer Justin Fashanu to be released in the UK 4
7:09 PM — A British journalist and writer based in Canada has written a book about the life of the late gay footballer Justin Fashanu.
26th July 2013
Nottingham: Gay man sues cinema chain over claims he was sacked due to his sexuality 5
11:59 AM — A gay man in Nottingham has taken cinema chain Cineworld to court over claims he was sacked due to his sexuality.
16th May 2013
Welsh Assembly to mark IDAHOT Day by flying rainbow flags 1
5:25 PM — The National Assembly for Wales is to mark the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), by flying rainbow flags and holding LGBT-specific events.
Nottingham hospital to fly rainbow flags in support of IDAHOT Day 1
4:31 PM — A major hospital in Nottingham is to show its support for the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia for a third year in a row, by flying rainbow flags in support.
22nd February 2010
Ray Gosling ‘did tell police name of lover he killed’ 13
3:58 PM — Veteran BBC presenter Ray Gosling has admitted that he did tell police the name of the man he claimed to have suffocated in a mercy killing.
Nottingham social worker writes book on gay adoption 16
12:19 PM — A social worker from Nottingham has penned a book to teach children about gay adoptive parents. Ed Merchant, who works part-time at the city council's adoption and fostering unit, wrote Dad David, Baba Chris and Me about an eight-year-old boy who is adopted by a gay couple.
17th February 2010
Police arrest gay BBC presenter after mercy killing confession 36
11:57 AM — Ray Gosling, the veteran BBC presenter who admitted killing a former lover who was dying of AIDS, has been arrested. Mr Gosling, 70, made the confession in the BBC's Inside Out programme which was aired on Monday night.
16th February 2010
Police to investigate gay BBC presenter’s mercy killing 42
11:50 AM — Nottinghamshire police have launched an investigation after a gay veteran BBC presenter admitted killing his lover on a programme broadcast last night.
15th February 2010
Documentary maker admits the mercy killing of his gay lover 74
11:43 PM — A British broadcaster has admitted the mercy killing of his same sex partner in a programme broadcast this evening by the BBC. Nottingham based film maker Ray Gosling, 70, told the BBC's 'Inside Out: East Midlands': "I killed someone once... He'd been my lover and he got Aids."