Five people have been questioned by police after a man suffered a wound believed to have been caused by a knife in an assault in Lenton on Wednesday.
The man was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre for treatment following the incident on Sherwin Road, but his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
A 26-year-old man has been bailed pending further enquiries. Four other people have been released without charge.
A replica of one of Nottingham's most famous landmarks is to be unveiled at a ceremony later.
The Robin Hood Statue has been recast and copied by designers from Nottingham Trent University.
It will be presented as a gift to Nottingham's twin city of Ningbo in China in November.
Four people have been arrested over an assault on jockey Aidan Coleman in the weighing room at Southwell racecourse, Nottinghamshire.Read the full story ›
Jake Flinders was last seen in the Stone Bridge Road area of St Ann’s at about 6.45pm on Monday.Read the full story ›
Experience the sights and sounds of wartime Britain as the 1940s’ war years are remembered at the living history event at Rufford Abbey Country Park. Visitors will see flypasts, military vehicles, battle displays and firing displays by two 25 pounder WW2 Howitzers.
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On the Home Front 1939-45 has become a key date in the calendar in recent years and has extra poignancy with the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
The weekend event gives everyone a chance to see what life was like during these war years at our historic Rufford Abbey and a service and church parade on Sunday provides a chance to reflect and remember those who sacrificed so much for their country.”
The Great Notts Show returns to Nottingham’s Old Market Square this weekend for its annual, four-day celebration of all things great in the county. Last year over 120,000 people visited the event which showcased an array of food, drink, live music and arts.
The Great Notts Show is all about celebrating everything that is great about Nottingham. With lots of fantastic stands consisting of food, drink and crafts there is something for everyone. Mix this in with some great bars selling real ales, champagne and more, you’re in for a fantastic couple of days.”
Officers in Nottinghamshire have seized more than 300,000 illegal cigarettes as part of a crackdown on the issue in the county.Read the full story ›
Two metal thieves caused more than half a million pounds worth of disruption when they stole cabling worth £43 from the East Coast Mainline, British Transport Police have said.
Richard Yates, 26, and Dean March, 42, of Boughton, Nottinghamshire, stole 80 metres of signalling cable near Retford on April 12.
Yates was arrested a day after the theft while weighing in stolen cable at a local metal dealer for which he received £43.45.
Officers said the theft caused 'huge disruption' to mainline services and affected approximately 129 trains, which amounted to more than 2,900 minutes of delays to the rail industry at a cost of more than £581,000.
Yates pleaded guilty to theft and was sentenced to 26 months in prison at Nottingham Crown Court while March also pleaded guilty and received a 36-month sentence, officers said.
Both March and Yates targeted one of the busiest railway lines in the country, the East Coast Mainline, which resulted in travel disruption and misery for thousands of passengers that day.
The irony is that despite risking their lives and their liberty, they only received £43 and now are facing a number of years behind bars.
Plans have been approved to close two mental health rehabilitation centres in Nottinghamshire.Read the full story ›
Campaigners were already gathering outside the headquarters of the Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust in Nottingham at 9am this morning.
Broomhill House and Heather Close are the two mental health centres at risk of closure.