The National Chief Executive of Public Health England will be in Nottingham today to welcome an initiative to improve children's teeth.Read the full story ›
Five people remain under arrest after a cancer patient was evicted from his home in Nottingham.
Angry supporters of Tom Crawford clashed with police near his bungalow in Carlton yesterday afternoon when bailiffs moved in.
The 64-year-old has been in a long running dispute with his bank over his endowment mortgage payments.
He believes the terms he took out in 1988 were changed by the now defunct Bradford & Bingley bank without him knowing, leaving his £43,000 in debt.
They said yesterday's repossession followed proper legal procedure, and they had an enforceable possession order for the property.
Plans to make the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham the first hospital in the country to be served by tram will move a step closer tomorrow, with finishing works on the expansion of the city's tramline to Beeston and Chilwell set to take place.
To accommodate the works, there will be temporary traffic lights on Abbey Street/Abbey Bridge from tomorrow for two weeks and Gregory Street will be closed on both sides of the junction.
The extended system will link people to key employment sites and services, like the QMC and the University of Nottingham, and it will create jobs, both directly and indirectly, and is already helping to spark regeneration in the city.
Unfortunately, these works are likely to cause some disruption over the next couple of weeks so, where possible, people would be best to consider alternative routes, but we'll be working to support the contractor to try to minimise this disruption as far as possible.
Protests have erupted on a street in Nottingham after a man recovering from cancer was evicted from his home.Read the full story ›
A leading charity for survivors of sexual abuse is bringing the therapeutic power of drumming to Nottinghamshire.
Incest and Sexual Abuse Survivors has been working in the county for over 24 years, providing specialist confidential counselling and therapeutic groups to men and women affected by assaults in childhood.
Since early 2015 the charity has ran beginners drumming workshops in Nottingham and is now expanding this service to Mansfield, Newark, and Worksop.
John Stollery, a 58 year old social worker from North Nottinghamshire, is the latest victim of the Tunisian terrorist attacks to be named.Read the full story ›
The Council have visited the site to consider how to improve security at the cemetery.Read the full story ›
At least ten graves were vandalised at High Wood Cemetery. Name plaques were broken, decorative lights smashed and fencing damaged.Read the full story ›
Temperatures are on the rise and expected to peak on Wednesday as a heatwave hits The MidlandsRead the full story ›
Nottinghamshire Police have received reports of damage to a number of graves stones at a cemetery in Bulwell.Read the full story ›