The gap between house prices in the Midlands and in the South has reached a record high, exceeding £150,000 for the first time.Read the full story ›
More than one million people in the Midlands are putting their health and finances at risk by not getting gas appliances safety checked.Read the full story ›
The Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Panel will meet later to discuss cuts to the force in the county.
Last week the Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping confirmed a decision is imminent on the number of Police and Community Support Officers in the county who will be made redundant. It follows a consultation in June.
He said the reduction in staff numbers, including PCSOs, are because of the tough economic climate and the promise of further cuts to come.
Figures released today suggest homeowners in the East Midlands are among the hardest hit, as fixed rate deals come to an end this month.Read the full story ›
At least half of small companies in the East Midlands have been victims of crime - with experts warning of a 'crippling' effect on business.Read the full story ›
First Milk announced the milk price cut of 0.5ppl for members, giving them just half a day’s notice.Read the full story ›
The latest figures show that branches are closing at the rate of three a week in rural areas of the Midlands.Read the full story ›
Lively debate following the Chancellor's Summer budget. What's it in for people living in the Midlands?
Hear the views of Conservative MP Alan Duncan, Labour's Valerie Vaz and Liberal Democrat peer Lord Brian Paddick.
A campaign has been launched to protect elderly Nottingham residents targeted by criminals looking to con them out of money.
Trading standards officers from Nottingham City Council will be at Wollaton Vale shops today providing advice to try to prevent people from losing thousands of pounds to criminals.
Nottingham City Council say it is estimated that UK consumers lose in the region of £5 billion to scams every year.
The number of people claiming Jobseekers Allowance in Nottingham has reduced by almost four hundred in the past month.
Steady drops in the numbers of people out of work in the city mean that Nottingham's unemployment rate is back to pre-recession levels, with only four per cent of people claiming jobseekers allowance.