Jimmy Savile had frequent access to high security Rampton Hospital during the 1970s and 1980s, according to the new reports.
He is said to have behaved inappropriately on four occasions, including moving his hand to one person's "nether region" and tickling his hand.
Savile went on trips to Scarborough by bus and train with patients and staff from the Nottinghamshire hospital in 1971 and 1972, investigators found, but there was no evidence about whether his presence was appropriate so they would not speculate on the issue.
Savile was a "'frequent" visitor to the hospital estate in the early 1970s, and entered the secure area on a number of occasions.<
The report said: "One current member of staff told us that, as a student nurse, he was in the recreation hall, within the secure area of the hospital, at a patient disco in the early 1970s. This was a supervised event at which JS (Savile) was present. This current member of staff went on to say that JS jumped from the stage, took his hand and kissed it. This member of staff reported that he was highly embarrassed by this unwanted action."
One person interviewed claimed to have seen Savile inside the hospital twice in a two-week period in either 1985 or 1986. "Whilst this person did not see JS with hospital security keys, he did not see him being supervised either."
Investigators said they received consistent reports that Savile generally visited the hospital estate in a motor home.
They found a photograph from about 1970 of Savile in the motor home at the hospital entrance building with eight children and two staff close by.
"One person we interviewed said that JS would drive around the hospital estate in his motor home whilst sounding a distinctive horn and that children would gather and follow behind. This person disclosed to us that JS beckoned him into a staff house, sat him on his knee and was sexually inappropriate by moving his hand to the individual's 'nether region' and also tickled his hand."
A missing woman from Nottingham may have been taken in by a good samaritan, police say.
A fresh appeal has been launched for Gloris Smith who went missing in October last year.
Officers believe she was in Nottingham city centre in December last year.
As well as Nottinghamshire, Gloris also has had previous links to the South Yorkshire and Portsmouth areas.
She is described as black, about 5ft 4ins tall, of slim build, with black hair. Police say she may also be using a different name.
B&Q has announced that it is closing its store in Mansfield town centre after 26 years in business.
35 jobs will be lost when the DIY retailer shuts its doors for the last time on Baums Lane on Saturday 6th June.
Officials have said that the lease on the building has expired and will not be renewed.
The firm’s nearby stores on the Old Mill Industrial Estate at Mansfield Woodhouse and Mansfield Road, Sutton will remain open.
People are being asked to vote for a landmark tree in our region to be awarded the title of European Tree of the year.
The Major Oak in Sherwood Forest is known for being the base of Robin Hood and his Men. It is thought to be around 1000 years old and is 33 feet in circumference. There is only one week left to vote, with the Major Oak currently behind entries from Hungary and Estonia.
A prolific shoplifter has been sentenced to 15 months in prison after pleading guilty to the theft of more than £800 of items – his latest in a string of over 175 offences.
But according to Nottinghamshire police, 56-year-old Howard Lawrence "picked the wrong town" when he struck in Mansfield.
Officers who arrested him for theft from a River Island store there also discovered Lawrence’s car nearby containing more stolen goods, despite him refusing to tell officers the location of the vehicle.
Sergeant Colin Kirkup from Nottinghamshire Police said: “Howard Lawrence has a horrendous history of offending, amounting to almost 80 convictions taking in 175 offences nationwide over the past 40 years. On this occasion, he picked the wrong town and thanks to the fast actions of affected businesses and agencies in Mansfield town centre, he has found himself facing prison for a substantial amount of time.”
There will be police patrols in Mansfield this evening to stop a so-called "car cruise".
The events often see drivers race or show off their vehicles on public roads.
Officers will be around Jubilee Way South, where the gathering is reported to take place. The car park there is private property.
We would encourage those people to change their minds about turning up at the car park tonight, we will be present to enforce antisocial behaviour laws.
The owners of Thorseby and Hatfield collieries are facing a race against time to save what is left of the coal industry.
UK Coal has confirmed that it will submit a bid to the government later this week for £300 million of state aid to rescue Thoresby Colliery in North Nottinghamshire from closure, along with Kellingley in North Yorkshire.
Hatfield Colliery, which is owned by its employees, is also preparing to seek a taxpayer bailout. But the appeal for funds must be approved by the Coalition before the general election in May.
Labour leader Ed Miliband will step up his campaign trail in our region later today as the build-up to the general election gathers pace.
The Doncaster MP will be meeting voters in Worksop this morning.
A search is being carried out by police in Worksop after a local man went missing.
28-year-old Mark Cutts was last heard from the early hours of today. Officers say they concerned for his welfare and state of mind.
The police helicopter has been out this morning, but he was not found.
Mark is described as white and around 6'1" tall. His hair is shaved , but he has a beard and also wears glasses. He is believed to be wearing a dark jumper, coat and jeans.
A memorial will be unveiled in Newark tomorrow commemorating the anniversary of the Christmas Day Truce of 1914. The town's under-21s football club travelled to Ypres earlier this year to recreate the First World War match against their German twin town, FC Emmendingen.