Fertility specialists have developed a new technique which could boost the number of live births through IVF to between 70 and 80%.
A Birmingham composer has created the music for a stage version of The Kite Runner which has made its European premiere in the Midlands.
Beeston men’s hockey team are hoping to end a hugely successful season by being crowned Premier Division champions.
Fertility specialists in Nottingham have developed a new technique which could increase the number of IVF couples having a healthy baby, by more than 50%.
Embryos that are created in the lab are closely monitored using digital photography.
Technicians can then see which ones have developed well, and are more likely to result in a healthy baby.
They say it is the biggest scientific advance in IVF technology since the first test tube baby was born in 1978.
Jamie Kerruish says today's national Give & Gain Day is a great chance to give back to the community.
Up to 500 workers from Boots are restoring a forest area in Nottingham.
– Spokesperson for The Co-operative Food
On Thursday 16 May, at 9:45pm, three armed and masked men entered our store on Mansfield Road in Sherwood. They threatened staff, but failed in an attempt to steal cash and left empty-handed.
The members of staff were unhurt, but very shaken by the incident. There were no customers in the store at the time. CCTV footage has been given to the police, who are investigating. As with any incident such as this, we would appeal for anyone with information to come forward.
Fertility experts at the Care Fertility Clinic in Nottingham have developed a new technique that could boost the chances of IVF couples having a healthy baby.
Doctors say the procedure, which involves digital imaging of embryos, could raise live birthrates at their clinic to 78% - three times higher than the average.
Police are hunting three armed robbers who threatened staff at a supermarket in Nottingham with what is believed to be an axe. The gang struck at 9.50pm last night, just before the store on Mansfield Road in Sherwood was due to close for the day.
The gang struck at 9.50pm last night, just before the store on Mansfield Road in Sherwood was due to close for the day. The three men demanded money but left empty-handed, leaving shop workers badly shaken but unhurt.
This morning, staff turning up for work found the shop closed while police investigations continue at the scene. It's not known when it will re-open.
A student nurse has told ITV News Central that she decided to train in the profession after having both her breasts removed at the age of 30, like Angelina Jolie.
Rebecca Isaac is training with Nottingham University at their brand new facility at the Royal Hospital in Derby.
The Chief Nursing Officer for England, Jane Cummings, will be officially opening the new £4.5million training facility for nurses at the Royal Derby Hospital.
The University of Nottingham provide tuition at the Royal Derby Hospital to train nurses to degree level.
ITV News has learned that Network Rail was warned someone could die at a level crossing in Nottingham months before a teenage girl was killed there.
13-year-old Lindsey Inger died at the crossing on Hucknall Road 15 months after two highly respected engineers warned Network Rail about its layout.
Police in the Midlands have taken to the road in an unmarked lorry to catch HGV drivers breaking the law.
The specially-adapted truck has on-board cameras to film truck-drivers committing motoring offences.
In the first five days of Operation Osprey, police have caught nearly 200 drivers. Our correspondent Peter Bearne joined them on patrol.