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West Bridgford YouNG Christmas Market

On 24th November, the YouNG project is hosting its annual Christmas Market between 12 pm and 4:30 pm on Gordon Road in West Bridgford. Whether...

Four in hospital after Nottingham police pursuit crash

Four people were taken to Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre after a collision in Broxtowe Lane which happened during an authorised police pursuit. An East...

Residents aged over 65 urged to get free NHS ‘flu vaccinations

The Chief Nursing Officer for England and the Regional Medical Director for the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire area today urged the over 65s to take...

Pictures: Breathe Easy group provides lung testing at ASDA West Bridgford

Asda West Bridgford welcomed the Breathe Easy group into the store this week to offer lung capacity testing and raise awareness of the support...

£1m worth of Warm Homes Discount unclaimed by Nottingham residents

Nottingham City Council are urging residents to find out if they are eligible for the Warm Homes Discount as it’s estimated that up to...

Volunteers continue their amazing work on Grantham Canal in West Bridgford

A group of residents from West Bridgford and Gamston regularly give up their free time to clean up the towpath and surrounding areas of the...

RH Commercials wins dealer of the year award

Nottingham-based RH Commercial Vehicles (RHCV) is celebrating after winning Commerical Motor's Franchised Dealer of the Year Award. Following a year of excellent success and growth,...

Member of public seriously injured during police pursuit in Nottingham

Nottinghamshire Police attended a report of a collision between two vehicles at 6.29pm on Monday 19 November 2018. The incident occurred following an authorised police...

Serious collision closes Broxtowe Lane in Nottingham – avoid area

Broxtowe Lane is closed in both directions after a collision between two vehicles. The crash occurred between its junction with Bells Lane and Coleby Road. A...

Urgent warning over ‘Notts Police / HMRC’ phone call scam

Police received a report on Saturday from someone saying they'd received a scam call from a person claiming to be from HMRC. The victim...

Transgender Day of Remembrance

On Tuesday 20 November Nottinghamshire Police officers, staff and volunteers will hold a minutes silence for Transgender Day of Remembrance.   The Transgender Day of Remembrance...

Pictures: Anti-terror bollards installed outside intu Victoria Centre in Nottingham

Twenty-two hostile vehicle mitigation bollards have been installed in Nottingham. The safety measure follows the installation of permanent metal safety barriers along both sides...

Notts business buys Boris’s £320k water cannons – for £11,000

Three water cannon for use in riot control bought by Boris Johnson when he was Mayor of London have been sold. The vehicles were...

Border force dog sniffs out £6,000 cash at East Midlands Airport

Officers seized £6,000 at East Midlands Airport during a joint operation between the police and UK Border Force. During the activity, a Border Force dog...

Council to spend £50,000 on ‘expanding city boundaries’ consultation

A plan which would see the city council’s boundaries expand into nearby areas will now be consulted on. People from within the city and surrounding...

Teenagers charged with University Park burglary

Two teenagers have been charged in connection with a burglary in Nottingham, after a positive response to a Nottinghamshire Police media witness appeal. Police issued...

Secure bike parking not in Nottingham’s new central library and bus...

Pedals, a campaign group representing the needs of Nottingham cyclists is concerned by the lack of secure cycle parking facilities in plans for the...

Second arrest in connection with Arnold knife incident

A second person has been arrested in connection with an incident where two people rode around Arnold town centre on a moped with a...

Sixty Nottinghamshire schools united against bullying

Sixty schools in Nottinghamshire have successfully completed the All Together United against Bullying programme – the largest number of schools nationally participating in the...

Driving: Hazard perception test now features more weather conditions

The hazard perception part of the theory test now includes clips to test a learner driver’s ability to spot developing hazards in different weather...

New primary school for Huthwaite a step closer

Proposals for a new primary school in Huthwaite are one step closer after councillors agreed to consult on a change of age range for...

New 630-pupil primary school for Newark

Plans are being developed for a new 630 pupil primary school in Newark to provide for the growth in demand for school places due...

Illegally-evicted Nottingham tenant wins £12,500 in damages

Private tenants in Nottingham are being urged to report rogue landlords, after an illegally-evicted tenant was awarded more than £12,500 in damages in a...

Parents can now apply for primary places in Nottingham schools

Parents and carers of children in Nottingham city who are due to start primary school in September 2019 can now apply for their child’s...

Police release CCTV image after 76-year-old has money stolen while shopping

Police officers have released CCTV images of two men they would like to speak to. The pictures have been released after a 76-year-old woman...

Man wanted after victim left with serious injuries in Nottingham city...

Officers would like to speak to the man photographed in relation to an incident that took place in Nottingham. The man is described as white...

50% increase in passenger requests for special assistance at East Midlands...

East Midlands Airport (EMA) experienced a 50 per cent increase in the number of requests for assistance from passengers with hidden disabilities during its...

Family tribute to ‘beautiful, kind and thoughtful boy’ who died on...

The family of 15-year-old Joe Parker who sadly died on the railway in Newark last Thursday morning ( 25th November ) have paid tribute to...

Rushcliffe fly-tipper fined for dumping waste half a mile from home

A householder was left with a bill of close to £1,000 for dumping bags of household waste just half a mile from her home...

Stunning video tour of Altitude bar – and its views –...

Altitude is a new addition to this year's Winter Wonderland attraction in Nottingham, a glass chalet with 360˚ views of Old Market Square and the...

Nottingham area mobile speed camera locations w/c 19th November

Here are this week's mobile speed camera locations, plus a map with Nottingham bus lane enforcement, ANPR, fixed and average speed camera locations. Week commencing...

Man charged with GBH after Clifton incident

A man has been charged with GBH after an incident in Clifton where a man was taken to hospital. Ayden Taylor, 32, of no...

Investigation launched after stabbing in Nottingham

Police were called at 4.40pm yesterday (November 17) by medical colleagues in Bestwood Park Drive West to reports of a man with injuries thought to have...

Bistro Pierre brings Beaujolais back

Beaujolais Day made a comeback this year – and did it in style thanks to Bistrot Pierre. The French celebration of all things wine reached...

Christmas entertainment for under 7s with Dear Santa at Theatre Royal...

What better way to celebrate Christmas than with author Rod Campbell’s festive story Dear Santa. From the author of the popular children’s book Dear...

Help others and make a difference – join Rushcliffe Befriends

Rushcliffe Community and Voluntary Service is seeking more volunteers for its befriending scheme, Rushcliffe Befriends. Rushcliffe Befriends supports Rushcliffe residents who are over 50, isolated,...

PCSO honoured at annual Nottinghamshire Police Awards

The outstanding bravery, dedication and professionalism of officers, staff, volunteers and members of the public were recognised at this year’s Nottinghamshire Police Awards. Among those...

Police officers dedicate award to survivors of non-recent child sexual abuse

Two officers who investigated a harrowing report of non-recent child sexual abuse where two children were assaulted throughout their childhood were among those recognised at the...

Government expansion of two-year degree options for University students

Hundreds of thousands of prospective students will be handed more choice than ever before over what they can study at university with the expansion...

Council starts free bulky waste collection early for Christmas

Due to popular demand, Gedling Borough Council has extended its annual free bulky waste collection and it will begin this week instead of in...

Schoolchildren raise £400 for Children in Need

The children of Haddon Primary School (Carlton) raised £410 for Children in Need through a ‘Bake-off’. Cakes entered into the competition were sold at...

Concern for safety of missing 14-year-old

Have you seen 14 yr-old Joshua Paton Bruce? Officers are concerned for his safety after he was reported missing from the Bilborough area at...

Pictures: Armed Police reassure the public in Nottingham city centre

Nottinghamshire Police's Armed Response Team were in Old Market Square this morning carrying out reassurance patrols as Winter Wonderland heads into its first weekend.  Detective...

12 years in jail for Nottinghamshire sex attacker

A Newark man who raped and sexually assaulted women on separate occasions has been sentenced to 12 years in prison. Emil Gruia appeared at Nottingham...

Public information day for new Rushcliffe crematorium plans

There will be a public information day on Rushcliffe’s potential new crematorium on Thursday November 22 from 3pm to 7pm. Come and meet the potential...

Rock City update: 20 injured as smoke flare set off ...

Officers were called at around 9.30pm last night (16 November 2018) to reports of a smoke flare being discharged inside the music venue, Rock...

Leonid meteor shower could be visible tonight

The Leonid meteor shower could be visible in our skies tonight and tomorrow. The best time to view the Leonids is around 4am just before...

Hospice for Nottinghamshire children appears on BBC Children in Need

TV personality Alesha Dixon introduced a film about Rainbows, which supports children and young people from Nottinghamshire with life-limiting illnesses, on BBC Children in...

New central library for Nottingham moves a step closer

A new central library at the yet-to-be-built Broadmarsh bus station looks set to be approved. In February, planning permission was granted for the site, which...

Video and Pictures: Rock City evacuation due to ‘suspected pepper spray...

Last night's evacuation of Rock City in Nottingham was because of the suspected release of pepper spray.  The venue was evacuated, the road closed and...