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Special meeting announced for Nottingham residents affected by Windrush

Nottingham residents who have been affected by the Windrush scandal will be able to get advice and support at a special meeting tomorrow.Free immigration advice and pastoral support is being laid on for those who...

Morrisons Clifton planning decision on hold

Ambitious plans to create several new shops and a gym around the Morrisons supermarket in Green Lane, Clifton, have been put on hold.The unusual decision was taken over several concerns including parking, noise and building...

SuperCouncil: East Midlands Council Leaders explore new strategic alliance

The Leaders of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Lincolnshire have agreed to explore a Strategic Alliance that would create a unified voice for the region. Labour group Alan Rhodes says the idea of a 'super council'...

Nativity! The Musical needs Notts children for starring roles

Auditions will be held across the country, including Nottingham on 21 July.Following sold-out performances in London and a triumphant UK tour in 2017,Jamie Wilson, Entertainment One (eOne), Ramin Sabi and Belgrade Theatre Coventry are delighted...

Nottingham man charged after Gregory Boulevard crash

A 38-year-old man has been charged with a number of driving offences following a multi-car collision in Forest Fields.Police were called to reports that three cars and a lorry had collided in Gregory Boulevard at...

Child sexual abuse inquiry to hold hearings in Nottingham

The Inquiry will spend three weeks looking into the extent of any institutional failures to protect children in the care of Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire Councils from abuse and exploitation. The Independent Inquiry into...

Man found dead was University of Nottingham student

A man found dead in a Beeston street has been confirmed as a student at The University of Nottingham.Nottinghamshire Police were called to a report of the sudden death in Turnpike Lane in Beeston at...

The 47th Notts Classic Car Show – on this weekend

The Notts Classic Car Show is taking place at Thoresby Park this weekend, on Sunday 6th and Monday 7th May, both days will open at 10am and finish promptly at 4pm.Having grown from a handful...

New CEO appointed at Bistrot Pierre

Nick White, COO at Bistrot Pierre, is set to take over the role of CEO with effect 1 May 2018.The French bistrot business, backed by mid-market private equity firm Livingbridge, has grown considerably in recent...

Nottingham chef shortlisted for national award

Nottingham chef Alex Bond, who runs Alchemilla restaurant on Derby Road in Nottingham, has been shortlisted in the prestigious Estrella Dam National Restaurant Awards in the ‘Chefs to Watch’ category.The Annual awards, which are organised...

Tarantula the size of a hand rescued from litter bin in Notts

The white knee tarantula, which was the size of a hand, was cold and wet when RSPCA inspector Teresa Potter rescued the spider on Tuesday last week (24 April), after being found by a shocked...

NG sells prime Nottingham manufacturing premises in off-market deal

Commercial property specialists NG Chartered Surveyors have completed an off-market deal to sell the offices of a groundbreaking Nottingham manufacturing firm.Acting on behalf of the Kasca Trust, NG Chartered Surveyors have sold 1-3 Genesis Park...

BBC Two Hospital Episode 6: What to expect in the final episode

The sixth and final episode of ‘Hospital’ is all about the life and death decisions in the Major Trauma Centre and our care for emergency patients.Fifty-one-year old Ruth has a thoracic disc pressing on her...

Should these West Bridgford residents’ parking orders go ahead?

Nottinghamshire County Council will discuss objections to a residents' parking scheme proposed for Epperstone Road and George Road in West Bridgford. The homes on theses roads are late Victorian and early Edwardian properties with little or...

Disruption after person hit by train on Nottingham route

A person has been hit by a train between Bedford and Kettering. This is disrupting trains on the London St Pancras - Corby - Nottingham - Sheffield route.Network Rail and the emergency services have completed...

Nottingham artisan bakery launches new wholesale business

Nottingham bread-lovers will now be able to enjoy bread from an award-winning Sherwood bakery right across the city as it launches its wholesale arm.The Bakehouse, owned by Michelin-trained chef Craig Poynter and his wife Rosea,...

High protein pizza dough to be launched by Nottingham business

Independent Nottingham family artisan pizza base producer Deli Conti is unveiling a new high protein pizza dough at one of the UK’s largest food and drink trade shows, following support from food innovation scientists.Experts at...

Former Paul Smith store on Byard Lane to be linked by a bridge with Weekday Cross property

Plans have been approved to change use for the ground floor of two properties in Nottingham's Byard Lane and Weekday Cross into retail, cafe or office space, with the upper floor to be apartments. The...

Vaisakhi celebrations and parade in Nottingham

Everybody is welcome to take part in this year's Vaisakhi celebrations and parade in Nottingham. See map of route.Vaisakhi - Sunday 15 April (10am-4pm)The 2018 Vaisakhi Parade starts at 10.00am from Church Street...

Man sought after Nottingham hate incident

Police investigating a hate incident in Nottingham city centre have released images of a man they want to speak to.We were called to Old Market Square at around 2.30pm on Saturday 20 January after a...

German Shepherd dog and puppy found loose in Rushcliffe

Police found a German Shepherd dog and a puppy and are appealing for information.They were found on the road between East Leake and Costock. (Leake Road / Costock Road) in the early hours of this...

11 years in prison for raping and physically assaulting two women

Jason Wynn, from Nottingham appeared at Nottingham Crown Court today (Friday 13 April 2018) having been found guilty of three counts of rape, one count of grievous bodily harm, three counts actual bodily harm, three...

Iconic Nottingham city building sold to developer for shops and offices

Nottingham City Council has agreed the sale of an iconic city centre building to developers, Shoby Properties Ltd, giving the historic site a new purpose and creating much-needed office space.This 19th century block of shops,...

Deerstock 2018: Charity boutique music festival in Nottinghamshire

Deerstock is a charity-based boutique music festival that runs in 2018 20th-22nd July. The aim of the event is primarily to raise funds for good causes but also to give families a chance to experience...

Arrest after man shot in a Nottingham pub

A man has been arrested after an 18-year-old was shot in a pub in Bestwood.It happened at the Duke of Albans pub in Bestwood Drive at around 11pm on Saturday 10 February 2018. The teenager’s...

Jail for Nottingham bus driver who raped 14-year-old girl

A man who joked about being double his victim’s age before raping her has been jailed for ten-and-a-half-years.Jermaine Collishaw, from Basford, was found guilty yesterday (12 April) at Nottingham Crown Court following a four-day trial.The...

Nottingham’s Gurkha One hosts wine pairing evening

Indian and Nepalese restaurant Gurkha One has teamed up with Nottingham’s oldest wines and spirits supplier to host a special wine-pairing evening at its Rolleston restaurant.Philip Trease, fifth generation owner of Weavers will join Gurkha...

£25m exclusive ‘Riverside’ apartment project near West Bridgford

KMRE Group has announced it has acquired a 1.5 acre site on the banks of the River Trent in Nottingham for prestigious apartments.KMRE has purchased the site, which will be called Riverside, to create 81...

Car destroyed in Cotgrave arson attack

Police have launched an investigation after a black BMW car was set on fire in the Ringleas area of Cotgrave.The incident happened between 5.30 and 6am this morning (13 April 2018).If you saw or heard...

Police will operate a dispersal order in Arnold town centre from noon

Police announce that there will be a 48-hour dispersal order in Arnold Town centre starting from midday today (Friday 13 April 2018) to tackle anti-social behaviour.This means that Police Officers and Community Support Officers will...