A panel has found that PC Ateeq Syed carried out sexually inappropriate and unprofessional actions towards female colleagues.Read the full story ›
IVF on the NHS will be restricted to women aged between 25 and 34, and men under 40 in some parts of Nottinghamshire.Read the full story ›
The A616 is closed in both directions closed due to a crash involving two cars between Mill Lane and Newark Road in Nottinghamshire.
The A52 is closed in both directions due to fallen power cables and an accident between Main Road and Grantham Road.
Traffic is reported to be queuing in the area and normal traffic conditions are expected between 9:30pm and 9:45pm.
A building in Worksop which was destroyed by a fire on Monday is now thought to have been started deliberately.
Around six crews from Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue attended the former gym on Ryton Street and are continuing to make the building safe.
Officers are particularly keen to speak to two slim built men seen wearing dark clothing and carrying what looked like a holdall at around 2.55am on Newcastle Street.
County Council leader makes second, direct appeal to the Chancellor to 'urgently address the funding crisis facing social care services.'Read the full story ›
A Nottinghamshire police officer has told a misconduct hearing she was terrified that a male colleague was going to hit her during an argument in a station parade room.
PC Ateeq Syed, seen above, faces six allegations of sexually inappropriate and aggressive behaviour towards women officers. He denies gross misconduct. The hearing continues.
Misconduct hearing: two police officers who witnessed parade room "altercation" between PC Syed and PC Collins giving evidence @itvcentral
Families have been protesting this morning over the decision to close the children's ward overnight at Bassetlaw Hospital.Read the full story ›
Protesters are gathering at Bassetlaw Hospital in Worksop this morning over proposals to close the children's ward during the night. The Trust behind the move says the closure is because of safety reasons and staff shortages.
However, many parents in the region are concerned they'll now have to drive up to 20 miles to other hospitals for out of hours care.
A misconduct hearing has begun into allegations of sexually inappropriate and aggressive behaviour by a Nottinghamshire police officer.
PC Ateeq Syed denies gross misconduct, claiming he was "singled out by a dysfunctional group" of colleagues.