A man has been seriously injured in Mansfield.
It happened in Market Place at 10am in a crash with a lorry. He was airlifted to the Queen's Medical Centre with suspected life changing injuries.
The road is open but a cordon is in place.
Police have released CCTV footage of a man who tried to rob an off licence in Mansfield.
A man went into Patel's in Park Road, armed with what police believe to have been a gun. It happened at around 9:00pm on Saturday 8 February.
No one was injured. Staff in the shop were threatened but the man left the scene empty handed.
The man is described as white, around 5ft 8ins tall, of slim build, and wore grey jogging bottoms, a grey or black hooded jumper and a padded sleeveless jacket. He also wore a scarf over his face.
DC Joanne Leason said: “Although this man’s face is covered, someone might recognise what he’s wearing, his mannerisms or even how he walks. This was a terrifying ordeal for the person who was threatened so if anyone has any information please let us know.”
Mansfield's Paralympic champion Sam Hynd has announced his plans to retire from swimming.
Hynd won a gold and bronze at the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games and also picked up a bronze medal at the London 2012 Paralympics.
His gold in the S8 400m Freestyle at Beijing 2008 saw him break the world record - which still stands today.
On his retirement, the 22 year-old said:
"I just felt it was time for a change and a new challenge in my life. I have been competing internationally for almost ten years and I knew I needed a new focus.
“I have loved swimming. It has been my life for so long and brought me so much. I have great friends and I have travelled the world and I have some memories that I will never forget.
“Winning gold in Beijing will be something that will stay with me forever."
Police were called to a location on Nottingham Road, in Mansfield, after the discovery of a body at a former garage in the area.
The remains of a body have been discovered at a former garage in Mansfield.
Police were called to Nottingham Road at around 11:00 yesterday morning.
The area has been cordoned off while police investigate and tests will later be carried out to determine sex and identity.
At this stage the death is not being treated as suspicious.
Lloyds Bank have said customers who wrongly received extra cash at a cashpoint in Mansfield Woodhouse yesterday, will not be made to give the money back.
A spokesperson for the bank said today that an investigation into what went wrong was ongoing:
"It is unclear how much money is involved but we are aware that incorrect amounts were being dispensed. Customers will not have these taken from their accounts, Lloyds will foot the bill."
The cashpoint remains out of service.
Customers at a Lloyds Bank branch got an unexpected windfall when a cashpoint started giving out free money.
The hole-in-the-wall in in Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, developed a fault yesterday morning that resulted in it spewing out incorrect amounts of cash on demand.
Eye witnesses say that as word got round, up to 60 people were queuing to use the machine.
A customer reported the problem at lunchtime and Lloyds Bank finally closed down the cash point around 3.20pm in the afternoon.
A man has been arrested after a smash-and-grab raid at a Nottinghamshire jewellery shop yesterday afternoon.
Two masked raiders used sledgehammers to smash through the window of the Stamp King in Market Street, Mansfield, to snatch jewellery before escaping in a grey BMW estate.
A 36-year-old, from Nottingham, is being questioned over the burglary, which happened shortly before 12.30pm yesterday.
He is also being questioned on suspicion of possessing drugs.
A woman's due in court today charged with murdering a man in Nottinghamshire. Emiel Blankert, who was 48 and from Mansfield, died at King's Mill Hospital in Sutton-in-Ashfield last Friday. He'd been taken there four days earlier.
48-year-old Michelle Swift from Mansfield is set to appear in court later.
A woman has been charged with murdering a Nottinghamshire man.
Emiel Blankert, who was 48 and from Mansfield, died on Friday 13 December.
He had been taken to hospital four days earlier.
A post-mortem examination confirmed he suffered serious injuries as a result of a sustained assault to the body.
48-year-old Michelle Swift, from Ladybrook Place in Mansfield, has been charged with murder and is due to appear at Mansfield Magistrates' Court tomorrow.