Police are trying to trace a Nottingham father who may have taken his baby son with him.
Adam Britain, 29, was last seen by a relative in Derby city centre on Saturday. He is thought to have his one-year-old son with him, and police are very concerned for their welfare.
Adam is white, 5ft 6” tall, of slim build with dark brown short cropped hair. He has a ‘BRISTY’ tattoo on the right-hand side of his neck, and was last seen wearing a tracksuit top with a light blue chest and back area, and navy blue arms; navy blue tracksuit bottoms and dark blue trainers.
His son is white, and was last seen wearing a light cream woolly hat, cotton navy blue tracksuit top and matching tracksuit bottoms. His pushchair is black with white and black stripes in the seat area.
“We are keen to locate Adam and ensure that both he and his son are safe and well. It is out of character for him not to return home and we hope the appeal helps to gain information about his whereabouts or to encourage Adam to make contact with us.”
104 same-sex couples have tied the knot in Nottinghamshire since gay marriage was legalised exactly one year ago today.
This includes 48 in Greater Nottingham, 37 in Bassetlaw, Newark and Sherwood.
The county council says ceremonies have proved very popular.
This figure is believed to have been boosted by a further change in the law in December, which allowed couples to convert civil partnerships into marriage.
A617 in both directions closed, slow traffic due to accident, car and coach involved between Ollerton Road (Kelham) and A616 Great North Road / A46 / B6326 (Cattle Market Island, Newark). Police directing traffic. Note change of location.
A617 in both directions closed, slow traffic due to accident, car and coach involved at The Close. Police directing traffic.
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A disciplinary panel will announce whether it finds a sacked headteacher from Nottinghamshire guilty of unacceptable professional misconduct this morning.
Margaret Gretton was dismissed from her job at Burton Joyce Primary School in 2013 after a special investigation by ITV News Central.
The panel considering her case has heard a range of allegations including racism and discrimination against children with special needs.
Miss Gretton denies all the allegations against her.
MPs have decided not provide millions of pounds to keep Thoresby colliery in Nottinghamshire open for a further three years.Read the full story ›
School children in Nottingham are being shown a film about how to properly use local NHS Services.
'Think before you dial' has been commissioned by NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group, which buys and plans health services in the area. Local young people star in the film which was made by the city's Television Workshop.
The ten minute drama is designed to relieve pressure on hospital A&E by teaching young people how to appropriately use the service.
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A 40-year-old man has been taken to hospital with 'serious injuries' following a house fire in Lenton, Nottinghamshire.
Police and the fire service have launched a joint investigation into the cause of the fire and the house, in Derby Grove, has been put in lockdown.
Up to 15 firefighters were on the scene from 12.40pm this afternoon.
A police and fire cordon have been put up at both ends of the street whilst investigations are ongoing.