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Latest Covid Data: Seven-day case rates per 100,000 residents remains highest in Ashfield, Mansfield and Gedling – but some areas see a fall

The reports summarise information which is used to monitor cases of the Covid-19 pandemic in Nottingham.In the images see the left list of local authority areas - the area with the box filled is the...

Teenager to appear in court after stabbing – victim recovering in hospital

A teenager is due in court today in connection with a confrontation between a group of youths which left a 17-year-old boy with a stab wound.Eighteen-year-old Reuben Deslandes, of Sutton-in-Ashfield, has been charged with possession...

Police search leads to jail time for Sutton drug dealer

A drug dealer has been jailed after police officers searched a man acting suspiciously in Sutton-in-Ashfield.Bradley Hardy, 20, of no fixed address, was arrested when he ran away from two police officers in Willow Crescent...

Notts PCSOs go above and beyond to turn vulnerable man’s life around

When PCSO Donna Gregg is asked what her policing career highlight has been so far, her face lights up and recalls how the force changed the life of a vulnerable man who was being exploited...

£6.2 million fund to transform Sutton in Ashfield town centre

Ashfield District Council has been partially successful in a multi-million pound bid to transform the town centre in Sutton-in-Ashfield.Ashfield District Council has been awarded £6,279,872 from a bid of £9.2million towards their ambitious plans to...

Covid: What’s the situation in your local area? Cases rates and seven-day figures for every Nottinghamshire neighbourhood

Case rates and seven-day rolling rates to 15 December. Thee data is reported for Lower Tier Local Authorities (LTLA) and Middle layer Super Output Areas (MSOA).See how the pandemic is spreading across Nottinghamshire.Seven–day rates are...

Burglar found fast asleep in his victim’s lounge

A dozy burglar who was found sound asleep in his victims’ living room has been jailed.John Kavanagh, 32, was found at an address in Priestsic Road, Sutton-in-Ashfield, on the morning of Sunday 24 May this...

Police car attacked with a hammer in front of Notts shoppers

A man has been charged after a police car was attacked with a hammer in front of afternoon shoppers.The unoccupied vehicle was parked in Portland Square, Sutton-in-Ashfield, at around 3.20pm on Friday (11 December) when...

£20,000 of fake clothing seized by police after raid at Nottinghamshire address

Suspected counterfeit clothing worth around £20,000 has been seized following a warrant.The early morning raid today ( 9 December ) saw police break down the door to get into a house in Church Avenue, Sutton-in-Ashfield.Once...

Delivery with over 200 parcels inside stolen in Nottinghamshire street

A delivery van containing more than 200 parcels was stolen yesterday afternoon, whilst the delivery driver was posting packages.Officers were called to Outram Street in Sutton-in-Ashfield at around 2pm following a report of a...

Police car crashes in high-speed Nottingham pursuit

Highly-trained officers used tactical contact to stop a car that failed to stop for officers in the early hours this morning.One man was arrested and are now being questioned in connection with multiple offence.Response...

Covid latest: Where to get tested across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

There are now a number of ways to access a Covid-19 test across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.If you have symptoms of coronavirus which are any of: a high temperature, a new, continuous cough or a loss...

Works starts on new £10m Nottinghamshire housing development

Building works have started on ‘Forest Park’; an exclusive 45-home development in Nottinghamshire, by property developer Taggart Homes. Located in the sought-after village of Annesley, in the Ashfield district of Nottinghamshire, the development has a prime...

Man dies in hospital after assault in Mansfield

Police are investigating after a man died in hospital after being involved in an assault.The 39-year-old was taken to King's Mill Hospital in Sutton-in-Ashfield following the incident in Lansbury Gardens, Mansfield, at around 10.50am on...

Latest Covid: Seven-day case rates per 100,000 residents for all Nottinghamshire areas at 21 November

The reports summarise information which is used to monitor cases of the Covid-19 pandemic in Nottingham.In the images see the left list of local authority areas - the area with the box filled is the...

Daughter speaks of relief after father’s attacker jailed

The daughter of an elderly man with dementia who was attacked and robbed in his own home has spoken of her relief after his attacker was locked up.Dawid Stanek, 21, forced his way into the...

Police take proactive actions to crack down on Nottinghamshire knife crime

Police have been cracking down on knife crime with a range of pro-active searches and community visits.Officers in the Ashfield district have been taking part in a week of coordinated action as part of Operation...

Police patrols could increase at Notts railway stations to tackle County Lines

Sniffer dogs and police patrols could soon become regular a regular sight at Nottinghamshire’s Railway Stations.Nottinghamshire’s Violence Reduction Unit (VRU) has confirmed that it is considering working with the County’s Railway Stations...

Have your say: What do you want from your Nottinghamshire neighbourhood policing teams?

Nottinghamshire Police is encouraging local communities to help shape local policing in their area by taking part in its new neighbourhood policing priority survey.The results of the survey will help neighbourhood policing teams to better...

Covid: Latest locations for Mobile Testing Units in Nottinghamshire

Mobile testing units (MTUs) are located across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire at temporary locations to help increase access to coronavirus testing.Note: This article is not related to the announcement of rapid testing for the county  If you...

Jail for Notts man who bit the end of victim’s nose off after homophobic attack

A 27-year-old man bit off the end of another man's nose after he tried to put a stop to his violent and homophobic behaviour.Shane Groves, of Sutton-in-Ashfield, was sentenced to two years, one month in...

Coronavirus: Latest locations for fixed and mobile testing stations in Nottinghamshire

Mobile testing units (MTUs) are located across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire at temporary locations to help increase access to coronavirus testing.If you have symptoms of coronavirus including a high temperature, a new continuous cough or a...

Teenager arrested after suspected ‘glassing’ in Notts

Police have arrested a 16-year-old boy after two teenagers were taken to hospital with suspected glassing injuries.It comes after officers were called to a report of a group of people fighting at Sutton Lawn Park,...

Tier 3: Nottinghamshire councils still waiting for detail of financial support measures

Councils are yet to receive funding from the Government to help support businesses affected by the new Tier 3 restrictions.Under the rules, businesses which are forced to close, such as tattoo parlours and beauty salons,...

Huge increase in deaths with coronavirus as 49 recorded in one week across Nottinghamshire

Health bosses in the county report that 49 people have died with the virus in one week in the county.The reported period is week to 28 October.All three trusts are included in the figures...

Nottinghamshire Police ‘urge public to be aware of legislation’ ahead of Tier 3 restrictions

Reducing the impact of Covid-19 on residents, vital services and businesses will come from team work by people across Nottinghamshire, according to a senior police officer.With the whole city and county area due to go...

Tier 3 Nottinghamshire Coronavirus briefing – Leader’s statement and questions on the new measures

A press briefing was held online today where the Leader of Nottinghamshire County Council Cllr Kay Cutts MBE and Jonathan Gribbin Public Health Director for Nottinghamshire briefed the media and answered questions.Asked abut the new...

Tier 3: Nottinghamshire business support funding ‘proportionate to other Very High regions’ but not clarified yet

Business and employees won't be clear on what Government support will look like yet as the county moves to Tier 3 Very High restrictions on Friday 30 October.A spokesperson for the Department of Health...

Covid Nottinghamshire Tier 3: How the virus is affecting Over 60s in all county areas

One of the main reasons that Tier 3 has been introduced despite some figures appearing to fall is the affect on the over 60s.Case rates per 100,000 people (data for specimens taken between 15...

Government clarifies Tier 3 restrictions for Nottinghamshire – what you can and can’t do – who opens and who closes

Following close discussions with local leaders, the whole of Nottinghamshire, comprising the eight districts of Ashfield, Bassetlaw, Broxtowe, Gedling, Mansfield, Newark and Sherwood, Nottingham and Rushcliffe, will move from Local COVID Alert Level High to...