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A mother and baby from Nottinghamshire have had a lucky escape after a van ploughed into their front garden, narrowly missing them.
Around 4,000 cyclists have pedalled their way round Nottinghamshire to raise money for disabled sport.
A lollipop lady who's been the crossing patrol outside the same school in Nottinghamshire for 40 years says she still loves her job.
Children at Albany School in Stapleford have said Jean Dawson spreads her smile to people she helps over the road.
A lollipop lady from Nottinghamshire is celebrating 40 years on the job, and says she is still not going to stop.
Jean Dawson, who is 77, is now helping the grandchildren of the children she originally helped cross outside Albany School in Stapleford.
Jean's four-decade stint began when she used to walk her own children to school, and when the previous crossing patrol finished, she took up the role.
The chairman of the British Paralympic Association, Tim Reddish, from Nottingham, is being awarded an honorary degree at the University of Nottingham today.
During his career he won 43 medals in 11 Paralympic, World, and European Championships.
An MP from Nottinghamshire is calling for the Official Secrets Act to be lifted to learn more about the dossier at the heart of the Westminster paedophile ring claims.
John Mann, the MP for Bassetlaw, claims potential whistleblowers have copies and he wants them brought into the public domain.
The Home Office says that crucial files which could expose historical child sex abuse, are likely to have been shredded.
A multi-vehicle crash in Nottinghamshire is causing traffic chaos in this mornings rush hour.
The A46 southbound is now closed following the accident involving a lorry, car and a tractor.
It happened near Lodge Lane just before 8am and is causing congestion on Fosse Road to Farndon Road heading from Newark towards Bingham.
Nottinghamshire County Council has been named as the most improved local authority in Britain for tackling homophobic bullying and celebrating difference in their schools.
That's according to a report by an equality charity today. Lincolnshire County Council was named the tenth best local authority.
A drain cover created in memory of a visit made by disgraced entertainer Rolf Harris is to be destroyed today.
Mr Harris visited East Drayton in 1979 and villagers made a stencil from a drawing he did there and had it transferred on to a new drain cover.
The parish council now say it is inappropriate after he was convicted of 12 indecent assaults.
A piece of artwork by Rolf Harris - printed onto a drain cover in Nottinghamshire - is to be removed.
It was created to mark his visit to East Drayton in 1979.
The Parish Council chair says it has to go following Harris' child abuse convictions this week.
A mental health charity has described the death of a pensioner killed by his schizophrenic grandson as tragic but incredibly rare.
Earlier today the coroner at his inquest recorded a verdict of unlawful killing.
The social care team were criticised for failing to assess William Barnard's mental state before he killed the 84-year-old at his home in Stapleford in Nottinghamshire.
– Mental Health charity Mind
This was undoubtedly a tragic incident with fatal consequences but it’s important to recognise that such cases are incredibly rare. More than half a million people live with severe mental health problems such as schizophrenia, but people with mental health problems are extremely unlikely to be dangerous."
The mother of a man suffering from schizophrenia who stabbed his Grandfather to death says he'd been fighting to get him help.
81-year-old John McGrath was killed by William Barnard in July 2009 at his Grandfather's home in Stapleford in Nottinghamshire.
Barnard also injured his 84 year old grandmother Mabel.
Kathleen Barnard said her father always wanted Will to get better: