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Nottingham’s First Music Film Festival – On now

What would great movies be without their evocative soundtracks? From the heroic blaze of trumpets in the opening titles of Star Wars to the stabbing strings of Hitchcock’s Psycho,...

Concern growing for missing Beeston man

Officers are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of missing John Ferris. The 54-year-old, of Beeston, was last seen on 8 February 2017. John is described as a white, 5ft 10ins-tall,...

Cash and sound equipment stolen from four Rushcliffe churches

Over the last couple of weeks there have been four reports of thefts from churches in the  villages in the south of Rushcliffe area.   Granby, East Bridgford, Langar, Bingham Offenders have...
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Trent Street Nottingham closed Sunday

Trent Street will be closed at its junction with Canal Street on Sunday 26 February due to planned maintenance works on Trent Street and Station Street. Works will close Trent...

Buy your Shrove Tuesday treats at Linby – the home of the pancake

Nottinghamshire residents can buy locally produced jams and freshly laid eggs for Shrove Tuesday (28 February) from the only shop in the village where the pancake was invented –...
The fire damaged several shops in Compton Acres

Council Tax increase set by Nottinghamshire Fire Authority

The Nottinghamshire and City of Nottingham Fire Authority has set a Council Tax increase of 1.95 per cent – an annual rise of £1.44 for those living in a...

West Bridgford Businesses: Why not take a look at this opportunity?

Do you have a business challenge you would like help solving? Would you like to understand how students and graduates can add value to your business? Would you...
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Nottingham Rugby ready for final Richmond clash

Nottingham Rugby take on Richmond for the fourth and final time this season, as they head to the Richmond Athletic Ground on Saturday (3pm kick-off), in search of their...

Warning as cold callers use Storm Doris as an excuse to offer poor repairs

Nottinghamshire residents are being warned to be on their guard if approached by doorstep salespeople offering to repair damage caused by Storm Doris to avoid poor workmanship, a scam...
Paddy Tipping

Paddy Tipping on walkabout in Calverton on 27 February

Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping will be going ‘Walkabout’ in Calverton on Monday, 27 February. Accompanied by PCSO Kirsty Szeluk and PC Christopher Whild, the Commissioner will start out...

Young Enterprise Nottingham Area Market Day at Old Market Square

On Saturday 25th February 2017 Young Enterprise will be offering an exciting opportunity for student businesses to showcase their entrepreneurial talents and trade at Old Market Square, Nottingham alongside...
Police

Police appeal after spate of Nottingham street robberies

Detectives are appealing for information following a spate of street robberies and attempted robberies targeting mobile phones in the Lenton area. Two men threatened a man before stealing his iPhone...

RH Commercial Vehicles wins three awards at annual event

Nottingham Trucks distributor, RH Commercial Vehicle is celebrating after being awarded three awards this weekend at the Annual Renault Trucks Dealer Awards in Birmingham. RHCV, which has sites in Nottingham, Alfreton and...

Nottingham wins £100,000 funding to support victims of domestic abuse

Funding worth £100,000 has been awarded to Nottingham to ensure that survivors of domestic abuse with complex needs such as alcohol and substance addiction and mental health issues are...

Bruton Knowles agrees sponsorship deal with Southwell Junior Rugby Club

Property consultants, Bruton Knowles, has joined forces with Southwell Junior Rugby Club, supporting local grass roots sport with sponsorship and profile-raising. The Nottingham office of Bruton Knowles has forged a...

Exco InTouch seeks undergraduate talent to join their ever-growing team in West Bridgford

Exco InTouch, an Edwalton-based provider of digital patient engagement and data capture solutions for clinical research and healthcare providers, is on the hunt for the next generation of industry...
East Midlands Trains

East Midlands Trains London route back on schedule

East Midlands Trains say that the London route is back on schedule this morning from 05:30am after yesterday's Storm Doris disruption. Storm Doris caused severe disruption to the railway yesterday;...
Police

Police Officer dismissed for breaching professional standards

A police officer has been dismissed following an internal conduct hearing. PC Jonathan Mortimer, 41, based at St Ann’s Police Station, was found to have breached the standards expected of...
Nottinghamshire County Council

Nottinghamshire Council Tax bills up 4.75% from April

Bills will go up by 4.75% from April, which represents an increase of over £50 per year on the average bill. The increase is made up of a 3% Social...

M1 Southbound J26-J25 three lanes closed – unsafe gantry

Unconfirmed reports of electrical cable debris hanging from a gantry are causing delays on the M1 Southbound. All lanes open at 5:30pm   There are reports of debris causing delays on the...

Tree fall on Gertrude Road West Bridgford

A large tree fell and blocked Gertrude Road earlier this afternoon, the road is now clear.  Earlier reported tree falls on Wilford Lane and Cyril/Blake Road below:

More trees damaged: Blake Road West Bridgford

Following the earlier fallen trees there is a damaged tree on the corner of Cyril Road and Blake Road. Earlier Wilford Lane was part blocked by a fallen tree, the...

Annual charity night to help grant wishes for seriously ill children

Women from across Nottinghamshire are being encouraged to sign up for When You Wish Upon a Star’s (WYWUAS) exclusive ladies night next month (11 March). The annual event aims to...
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