The Nottingham Lions Academy is celebrating its best year so far for the number of its players selected to play for England.
A memorial service has been held in Nottingham for a doctor whose body was found after she had been missing for nearly two weeks.
Nottingham station is mid-way through a £50million redevelopment. See the latest pictures of the ongoing work.
The health regulator, the Care Quality Commission, has named Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust as one of the maternity care trusts which provides worse care than it did during the last survey in 2010.
A Nottingham financial adviser who murdered his client after conning him out of almost £350,000 is due to be sentenced today.
David Jeffs, 36, from Arnold killed Roberto Troyan, 63, at his apartment in Mayfair in March.
Jeffs stole £343,000 intended for investments from under the nose of Roberto Troyan in order to live the high life.
He murdered the 63-year-old in March during a visit to his Mayfair apartment when he feared the game was up, beating him over the head so forcefully his skull was fractured.
He then tried to cover his tracks by making bogus phone calls, disposing of blood-stained clothes and replacing them with replicas in an attempt to dupe police.
A teenager hit by an internet scam has finally received an Xbox One after a generous donation from his local electronics store.
Peter Clatworthy, 19, thought he had paid £450 for an Xbox One on eBay for his four-year-old son McKenzie for Christmas.
After hearing about the episode, Nottingham electronics company CeX decided to donate an Xbox One to him in time for Christmas.
Mr Clatworthy paid tribute to the generosity of the store during an interview with the Nottingham Post: “This shows there are some nice, kind people out there and it’s really overwhelming. I can’t thank them enough."
The 19-year-old said his son would be "over the moon" with the gift.
Paralympian Richard Whitehead helped to launch the new faster East Midlands to London trains this morning.
Trains will run up to eight minutes faster following £70m of investment and upgrades to 160 miles of track.
The Paralympic gold-medallist believes the quicker train journeys will improve community links and bring more business to the East Midlands.
The Paralympian, Richard Whitehead, was at the launch of new, faster train services between Nottingham/Derby and London.
Almost 160 miles of track have been upgraded after a £70m investment programme and the average journey time will be reduced by five minutes.
Faster train journeys are being launched at Nottingham station this morning.
Almost 160 miles of track have been upgraded.
The average journey time will be reduced by five minutes.
A Stapleford man feels Nottingham County Council need to spend more money on making the pavements safe, to make sure people do not suffer the injuries he did.
David Wheatley says the work to repair the concrete that has already been done is not adequate. The council plan to send an inspector to evaluate the pavement on Kennedy Drive again.
Nottinghamshire County Council have said they plan to send another inspector to evaluate the pavement outside David Wheatley's home, to make sure it is safe.
However, they also said they had no plans to resurface the pavement, as parts of it were repaired after a routine inspection on Kennedy Drive, in July.
A Nottingham pensioner has described his injuries after a fall on the pavement outside his home.
David Wheatley explained he had five stitches to help heal his face. He fell after getting out of his car one evening.