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.
Brain injury and neuro services in Nottingham will continue to be delivered from hospital after plans to change them were reversed.Read the full story ›
Fire crews from Nottinghamshire are damping down after tackling a large building fire in Worksop overnight.Read the full story ›
Joe Liffen was found by police with his hands around the throat of the victim, who had lost consciousness.Read the full story ›
Nottinghamshire MP Anna Soubry has said she is 'not sure' whether she would attend to listen to Donald Trump speak if he were to address parliament.
Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, she also added that he acts like a 'spoilt child' who 'craves attention'.
A 16-year-old boy has died after a collision between a car and a moped in Nottinghamshire on Friday night.
Officers were called at 10.10pm to reports of the collision.
Lewis Crouch, 16, of Mansfield Woodhouse died as a result the incident.
Peafield Lane remained closed as investigations into the serious collision continued, and was reopened at around noon today.
Investigators believe another vehicle may have seen collision and are appealing to the driver to come forward as they could have important information.
Nottinghamshire Police asks any witnesses to call 101 quoting incident number 930 of 3 February 2017 with any information that may be of interest.
Two men have each been jailed for 14 years following a cash-in-transit raid in Cinderhill.Read the full story ›
The data revealed Nottinghamshire Police had the second highest number of incidents.Read the full story ›