Tom Crawford's supporters turned up outside court and outside his home to try to help him win his fight against eviction.Read the full story ›
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A heavily pregnant woman from Nottingham who was caught up in the Nepalese earthquake is expected home today.
Ele Corriette runs a jewellery shop in the Broadmarsh Centre selling Nepalese craft goods and jewellery. She's spent thousands supporting local business in Nepal.
It looks like the this weekend will be wet, with some heavy showers, as low pressure dominates. Will there be any bank holiday sunshine?Read the full story ›
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TV chef Sat Bains from Nottingham, who was caught up in the Nepal earthquake, is expected to return home today.
He was with a group raising money for charity on Mount Everest but was forced to come down before the disaster after suffering severe altitude sickness.
The record attempt team are still on the mountain but have been in contact with their families on satellite phone.
Michelin starred Nottingham chef Sat Bains has been caught up in the earthquake in Nepal after a world record attempt on Mount Everest.Read the full story ›
Officers investigating a sexual assault in Nottingham have issued CCTV footage of a man they want to speak to about the incident.
The attack happened at around 2am on 12 April in a car park off Randal Street, close to the Asda supermarket on Radford Road. A 20-year-old woman was assaulted on her way home from a night out.
“This man may have vital information about this sexual assault and it is very important to our investigation that we can identify him and speak to him.”
Today is the deadline for people to put forward possible names for Nottingham's new trams.
Eighteen need to be named ahead of the opening of the new expansion lines to Chilwell and Clifton this summer.
An online suggestion form, launched last month, has already seen dozens of names put forward by members of the public.
"So far, we've had some fantastic suggestions, but we would like the names of even more local celebrities, unsung heroes and community stalwarts before we draw up a list of possible contenders."
To make your suggestion, click here.
Investigators want to speak to 15 fans, one steward and two police officers who assisted some of the 96 fans who died that day.Read the full story ›