Police are hunting three men after a 64-year-old man was violently attacked in his own home leaving him with severe facial injuries.
Police in Nottinghamshire have hailed their recent gun amnesty a success. Dozens of illegal weapons and ammunition have been handed in.
Police in Nottinghamshire are to hold a two-week amnesty for the surrender of guns and ammunition, 10 years after the last amnesty.
Nottinghamshire police has announced it is going to hold a public consultation about closing a number of police stations in order to save money. It says it is thinking of closing police stations in Sneiton and the Meadows and relocating staff elsewhere.
Nottinghamshire Police needs to save £12.7 million over the next 12 months.
Police have closed off Lyndhurst Road in Sneinton in Nottingham following the death of a man found in the back of a bin lorry.
Officers were called to the lorry which was parked outside a Dental Practice at 5:10am. Police say the death is not being treated as suspicious at this stage.
Death of a man in Sneinton Dale this morning is not being treated as suspicious at this stage. http://t.co/6dME6tQA4M
Police in Nottingham say they're not treating the death of a man found in the back of a dustbin lorry this morning as suspicious.
Officers were called to Lyndhurst Road in Sneinton Dale shortly after 5:10am, after reports a man was in the back of the vehicle.
He was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre where he later died. Lyndhurst Road has been closed while investigations are taking place.
Police have closed a road in Sneinton in Nottingham after a man was found in the back of a rubbish truck.
Investigations are continuing after officers were called to reports that a man was in the back of a dustbin lorry in Lyndhurst Road at around 5:10am.
A man was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre and subsequently died.
A man has died after being found in the back of a rubbish lorry in Nottingham.
A man was taken to hospital shortly after 5:10am this morning where he later died.
Police have closed Lyndhurst Road in the Sneinton area of the city near where the incident took place.
A jury has heard claims that a rambler killed by a bull on land owned by a Nottinghamshire farmer, died in entirely foreseeable circumstances.
The prosecution told Nottingham Crown Court that 39 year old farmer Paul Waterfall, of Underhill Farm in Stanford on Soar, had a duty of care to members of public who crossed his land, and that he was grossly negligent in taking steps to deal with the risk.
Roger Freeman was attacked by the bull as he walked along a public footpath in the field, with his wife. Mr Waterfall denies manslaughter by gross negligence. The trial continues.
Nottinghamshire Police have revealed the results of their fortnight long gun amnesty in the city.
It was the first time the force had held an amnesty to collect weapons in a decade, since the city had been nick-named "Shottingham" by the tabloids after a number of high profile shootings .
Nottinghamshire Police have told ITV News that more than 200 weapons were handed in as part of their first gun amnesty in a decade.
46 shotguns, 17 rifles, 34 air rifles, 78 handguns/pistols/revolvers, 2 stun guns, 2 airsoft weapons and 4 imitation/replica weapons were seized.
They will now be sold or destroyed.
Three men have been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after two men died in a car crash in Ravenshead in Nottinghamshire.
It happened at around 10.00pm last night when a silver Rover 218 carrying three men left the road and crashed into a telegraph pole at the junction of Gorse Hill and Longdale Lane.
The driver and front passenger both died at the scene, while a man travelling in the backseat was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham with injuries described as 'non-life threatening'.
Three men aged 20,21 & 28, who are not believed to have been travelling in the car which crashed, are being questioned by police.
Anyone who saw the car in the area prior to the crash is asked to contact Nottinghamshire Police on the 101 telephone number.