Police say a woman who went missing in Nottinghamshire has been found safe.Read the full story ›
Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a woman who went missing in Nottinghamshire yesterday evening.
Teresa Vickers, 48, was last seen at around 9.10pm in New Ollerton at the junction of the A616 and A6075 walking towards Edwinstowe.
Teresa is white, of thin build and wears her black hair in a bob. She was wearing grey jogging bottoms, a cream t-shirt, a beige striped jumper and black shoes.
Police say Teresa may be in an agitated state and "in need of urgent medical attention because of the length of her absence."
Evicted Tom Crawford has pleaded not guilty to a charge of assaulting a police officer outside his former home in Nottinghamshire.Read the full story ›
The final stage of testing for Nottingham's new expanded tram network will get underway today.Read the full story ›
Councillors will decide today whether Uber should be given the go-ahead to run its taxi service in Nottingham.
The firm allows customers to order a taxi via their smartphone with an agreed fair in advance, using a special App.
But black-cab drivers in other cities have claimed Uber is damaging their businesses.
An application for a private hire operators licence will be heard by the regulatory and appeals committee of the council this morning.
Tonight on ITV, Ranvir Singh presents a new series of Real Lives, in which she meets ordinary people with extraordinary stories to tell.
Tonight's episode features the Meek family from Nottinghamshire, who gave up their jobs, took their children out of school and set off for a year on the open roads in their caravan.
For some parents, it would be a dream come true, while for others, keeping two children entertained in such a cramped space would be a nightmare.
Stacey Foster asked Ranvir whether she was tempted to follow in the Meek family's footsteps...
Real Stories with Ranvir Singh is on ITV at 7:30pm tonight
A woman has died as a result of injuries received in a collision earlier this month.
The 91-year-old died at the Queen’s Medical Centre on Sunday 26 July.
She was admitted to hospital on Saturday 18 July after her car collided with a wall and a tree in the car park of the Four Bells pub in Main Street, Woodborough, at around 12.10pm .
Officers from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit are keen to speak to anyone who witnessed or has any information about the incident.
They should telephone Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 407 of 18 July.
Anthony Miller bravely rescued a father and daughter when on holiday, but lost his own life.Read the full story ›
A parade to recognise the 7 Infantry Brigade reaching full operating capability will be held at the Chetwynd Barracks in Nottinghamshire today.
The brigade are more commonly known as the Desert Rats.
A hundred and thirty soldiers from across the Brigade's six Midlands units will be there.
The Brigade was formed this year from the merger of 7 Armoured Brigade and 49 Brigade as part of the structural changes made under Army 2020.
Figures published by the TUC trade union show that more than 100,000 workers in the East Midlands are missing out on their paid holiday timeRead the full story ›