Pictures: Nottingham’s new HMRC headquarters and piazza approved

Plans for one of the most significant new buildings in Nottingham for several years have been granted approval today. The scheme will see HMRC relocate to one part of the...

400 student flats near Nottingham Station given green light

Hundreds of new apartments and student flats will be built near the train station, after plans were given the green light today. Councillors in Nottingham welcomed the development, which will...

Cllr Denis Beeston MBE has died

Gedling Borough Council have announced the passing of Cllr Denis Beeston. It is with deepest sadness and regret that this morning Councillor Denis Beeston MBE passed away peacefully at Nottingham...

Stolen moped and cut number plates found in Nottingham

Bulwell Policed reported today that they discovered a stolen moped and a bin liner full of vehicle number plates that had been cut up. They said "Found in the...
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Helicopter used in search for man after Nottingham reported assault

A police helicopter was deployed today to search for a man after an assault. A spokesperson for Nottinghamshire Police said: "The police helicopter has been assisting in the search for...

Deborah Meaden announced as guest speaker at HR Directors Club Event

Nottingham-based HR, payroll and talent experts MHR have confirmed entrepreneur and Dragons’ Den investor Deborah Meaden as keynote speaker at its exclusive HR Directors meeting, to be held at...

Appeal after cyclist knocked off bike on A52 Radcliffe Road

Police are appealing for information regarding a minor injury non-stop road traffic collision which occurred at approximately 17:10 hours on Friday 11th January 2019. The incident happened on the slip...

Man wanted after ‘inappropriate comments’ to woman at Nottingham Station

Officers have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to following a public order offence in Nottingham Station. The incident happened on Sunday 25 November 2018...

Council to sell its interest in Fellows, Morton and Clayton building

Nottingham City Council has published a decision to sell its freehold interest in 54, Canal Street in Nottingham. In its decision report the council states: 'The property ( pictured )...

Make sure your ancestors are honoured on new Nottingham memorial

Descendants of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire's Great War fallen are being urged to ensure that their ancestors are honoured on a new memorial. More than 14,000 local soldiers, sailors, air crew...

Grant from Government helps Nottingham tackle rogue landlords

An innovative data modelling tool to target rogue landlords in Nottingham more effectively has won financial backing from the Government. The new system, which received £43,821 from the Ministry of...

Sudden death of a man in a car ‘was not suspicious’ say Police

The sudden death of a man in the Pleasley area is not being treated as suspicious, following a post-mortem examination. Police said: 'He was found dead in a car in...

Arrest in Rushcliffe indecent exposure investigation after another incident

Police have arrested a man in connection with the allegations. Rushcliffe Police said: 'Following the appeal on Thursday 10th January regarding a male exposing himself from his vehicle in...

NCT announces changes to Clifton bus services

From Sunday 27th January 2019, Nottingham City Transport (NCT) and Nottingham City Council will be introducing changes to some Clifton bus services. The services affected are NCT’s Navy 3, 48...

Resident’s letter gets police action on West Bridgford speeding motorists

A letter to police in West Bridgford concerning speeding drivers in the Abbey and Gamston areas gets results. West Bridgford Police said: 'We recently received a letter from a concerned...
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Burglars jailed after police pursuit

Two men who burgled a home in Hucknall and then led police on a high-speed chase have been jailed for a combined 10 years and eight months. Martin Neville, 30,...

FREE bike security marking session at Rushcliffe Arena

Cyclists can get their bikes securely marked with their postcode for free at a security event at Rushcliffe Arena.  Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Community Safety team and Nottinghamshire Police will host...

Rushcliffe tractor fire ‘could be seen for miles’

Smoke from tractor that caught fire in Rushcliffe could be seen for miles. Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service said: 'This afternoon ( 14th January ) we were mobilised to a...
Visitors to the starling murmuration at Attenborough Delta Reed Bed 10th January 2019video

Thousands gather to see starling murmurations in Notts

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has today spoken of its delight that over 5,000 people have experienced the starling murmurations at Attenborough Nature Reserve since 30th December 2018. Visitor numbers started to...

Police dog tracks three men leading to arrests

Three men have been arrested on suspicion of burglary after a police dog tracked them to a property in Worksop. Police received a report of a burglary at the McColls...

Man arrested as police seize drugs from car in Nottingham

Nottinghamshire Police arrested a 31-year-old man yesterday in Top Valley and recovered potential class A drugs from a car. A 31-year-old man has been arrested after officers recovered a significant...

Nottingham’s Games Workshop reveals record sales and investment in factory

Games Workshop's half-year report reveals record sales and profits, and investment in new warehousing and production facilities in Nottingham.  Sales increased by 14 per cent in the six months to...
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Nottingham’s The Cornerhouse bucks trend with footfall increase

Musical movies, one superhero robin and a new rooftop terrace for the scorching summer have helped The Cornerhouse to remain as the go-to entertainment complex in Nottingham for 2018. ...

Newark’s M&S store on list of next 17 proposed closures

Marks and Spencer has announced the next 17 stores that will close as part of its reorganisation plan. The 17 proposed stores are part of the retailer's five-year plan to close...
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Strike ballots opened at both Nottingham universities

Nearly 2,000 members of the University and College Union (UCU) at Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham are to be balloted for strike action. The ballot opened today...

City Council invests over £11 million on office space near East Midlands Airport

Two buildings at Pegasus Business Park have been bought by the city council, at a cost of £11.2 million. Part of the top-end office space next to East Midlands Airport...

Man due in court after stolen car rammed police vehicle

A 34-year-old man is due to appear in court today in connection with the theft of a vehicle which rammed into a police car, injuring two officers. It happened around...

D-Day veteran Ray receives France’s highest honour

D-Day veteran Ray Mellors, a patient at Nottinghamshire Hospice, has been awarded France’s highest honour – the Legion d’honneur – at a ceremony at the hospice. Jean Claude...
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West Bridgford carer jailed for stealing £11,500 from elderly woman

A 39-year-old woman who stole around £11,500 from an elderly woman at a Nottinghamshire care home has been sentenced to six months in prison. Mary Porter, of Covert Road in...

Tram delays as car gets stuck on tracks

There are delays to services this morning after a car became stuck on tram tracks in Nottingham. The vehicle is stuck on the tracks on the between Lenton Industrial Estate...
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