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Nottingham Magistrates Court

West Bridgford man gets driving ban after drugs test

A West Bridgford man was banned from driving after smoking cannabis and getting stopped by police who suspected he was going too quickly. Keiran O'Donoghue passed a drink-drive test when...
Nottingham Crown Court

Gamston man jailed for 1990 rape in Nottingham

A man has been jailed for seven years for raping a woman in Nottingham City Centre 26 years ago. Mark Carnelley, of Ambleside, Gamston, was sentenced today (Tuesday 24 January...

Staff and customers left shaken after Mapperley Top bank robbery

Police are investigating following a bank robbery in Mapperley Top. A lone male, thought to be aged 17 to 18, threatened staff at the RBS in Woodborough Road at around...

Burglar leaves note for police after Nottinghamshire raid

Police have released an image of a note scrawled on the kitchen counter of a house that was burgled in Nottinghamshire.   Cash, jewellery and an iPad docking station were stolen...

Local musicians join forces to present an evening of Viennese Delights

The internationally renowned Villiers Quartet, hailed as one of the most charismatic and “adventurous” quartets of British Chamber Music (The Strad) will be joining forces with Nottingham clarinettist, Matthew...

Gritters out again tonight as temperatures fall to -3˚C

Gritting teams in Nottinghamshire are set to be out again this evening with road temperatures forecast to be below freezing overnight. Main routes and severe weather routes are set to...
Nottingham Lawyer Calls for 'Cultural Changes' to Parental Leave Laws

Cycle courier ruling ‘opens flood gates’ says Nottingham solicitor

Firms can no longer claim bicycle couriers who are working to strict conditions are self-employed following a recent court case, says a Nottingham lawyer. A tribunal has ruled in the recent...

Businesses urged to cash in on share of £6m County Council growth funding

Businesses looking for financial backing to help them expand are being invited to bid into a £6m Nottinghamshire County Council growth fund, which re-opens from Monday 30 January. The Nottinghamshire...

Missing cat: Can you help find Boyd from The Meadows area

The owner of Boyd has contacted us desperate to try to find him. He's a rescue cat from the Radcliffe centre - collected just three days ago.  Boyd is a...

Penalties for using mobiles while driving double from March 1st

The four police forces of the East Midlands Operational Support Service (EMOpSS) are supporting a national campaign to raise awareness about tough new penalties for driving while using a...
Nottingham Crown Court

Brothers jailed for trafficking workers to Nottingham

Two brothers who trafficked people from Poland to the UK and forced them to work have each been jailed for six years. Erwin and Krystian Markowski controlled and exploited the...
Flight Lieutenant Jade Brock of 209 (West Bridgford) Squadron Air Training Corps is pictured between Flying Officer Matthew Glozier (right) and Flight Lieutenant David Roach (left) of the Australian Air Force Cadets..jpg

Australian visitors for West Bridgford Air Cadets

West Bridgford Air Cadets have welcomed visitors from over 10,000 miles away as a link with Australia continues to blossom. Flight Lieutenant David Roach and Flying Officer Matthew Glozier of...

West Bridgford day nursery owners acquire award-winning training company

Adapt Childcare who operate Leo's Day Nursery in West Bridgford, and The Totem Pole have forged a new and exciting relationship to continue the committed and inspiring legacy that...

Severe weather warning for freezing fog for West Bridgford and Nottingham

The Met Office have issued a weather warning for freezing fog across the region tonight and tomorrow morning (Tues 24 Jan)   The Met Office said, 'Areas of freezing fog, some dense,...
NBS students at Measuring Up

SMEs could be key to retaining Nottingham talent, say business students

Housing, high-quality jobs and better connections to Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) could be the key to retaining more graduates in Nottingham, according to students from Nottingham Business School. More...

Ruddington’s new signs introduce ‘The Museum Village’

Ruddington Parish Council has ordered new village signage for the five main road entrances into Ruddington. The Parish Council says, 'The new signs won’t replace the existing ones, which are owned by...

CCTV: West Bridgford cycle theft – do you recognise this man?

Recognise this man? Nottinghamshire Police like to speak to him in connection with a theft of pedal cycle at Morrisons in West Bridgford on 14 January 2017. If you recognise...

Susan Hart Recipe: Spinach and butter bean gnocchi

This is a great vegan dish to celebrate Veganuary.  It’s also a great way to use up some leftover tinned spinach from making your favourite curry (but fresh or frozen is equally...

First cybercrime conference discusses security threats facing Nottinghamshire businesses

Business owners are being invited to attend Nottinghamshire's first ever cybercrime conference for an insight into how they can better protect their data. The Cyber Protect Conference is being jointly...
On Route To The Ocean, Nottingham Light Night 2016

See William Booth’s birthplace in a new light

The William Booth Birthplace and Salvation Army Community Centre will be celebrating Nottingham Light Night, 10th February 2017, with a range of fun, free events for the whole family...

Cashier threatened at gunpoint in betting shop armed robbery

A 70-year-old female cashier was threatened in an armed robbery at a bookmaker's shop. A youth, holding a handgun, demanded money in the incident at Betfred, in Derby Road, Stapleford,...

Nottingham’s Christmas Tree removed at last…to make way for The Wheel!

It may be over a fortnight since twelfth night, but Nottingham's Christmas tree was finally taken down today, meanwhile the Wheel of Nottingham arrived in Old Market Square ready...

These people are still missing from across Nottinghamshire

There are currently seven people who are still missing from areas across the county.   Ellen Marshall - 37 Ellen, of Old Basford, was last seen on Thursday 5 January 2017. Officers are...