The MP for Sherwood Mark Spencer says Kings Mill Hospital in Sutton-in-Ashfield has made 'massive progress'.
It's after the trust which runs it was placed in special measures in 2013 by the Care Quality Commission.
The health watchdog is due to visit the trust again later this year.
Our reporter Chris Halpin caught up with residents in Beeston in Nottinghamshire today.
With only 80 days to go until the General Election, he asked people what they thought of the parties, and what they'd like to ask the party leaders.
An investigation has been launched into how a seven-year-old girl was injured when a gun was fired at Nottinghamshire Police's headquarters.
Three police officers - two firearms officers and a dog handler - have been served with gross misconduct notices
The Independent Police Complaints Commission wants to find out why live firearms were used as part of a demonstration at the public event for children and their families.
It also wants to discover if officers tried to cover up what happened.
The child suffered a minor injury to her mouth when a cartridge from a police gun ricocheted off the ground.
Investigators want to know who - if anyone - authorised the use of guns during the tour on October 30. It will also look into whether the force has protocols to ensure public safety, and whether those were breached.
The IPCC will examine how officers reacted after the girl was hurt, and whether negligence had been reported in relation to firearms within the past six months.
Investigators have spoken to the child's family and looked at CCTV footage from that day.
“I am extremely concerned about the discharge of a police gun at an event attended by members of the public.
"The public must have confidence that police officers who carry guns do so with highest standards of care and professionalism – and that the policies and procedures that govern their work are rigorously adhered to at all times.”
A man who died after a fight in Nottingham city centre has been named as 19 year old Joshua Bradley. He was from Bulwell. He was killed after a fight in Thurland Street just before 4 am on Sunday morning.
Four men, aged 28, 24, and two 22-year-olds, are in police custody held on suspicion of murder.
A 19-year-old man and a 20-year-old man arrested on suspicion of affray and a 23-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder have been released on bail.
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Seven people have been arrested after a man died in a fight in Nottingham city centre.
It happened at 4am yesterday morning in Thurland Street. Cordons are still in place there, at the junction with Clinton Street, Pelham Street and Clumber Street. They are likely to stay in place until tomorrow.
“There are now seven people in custody but we believe there may have been others involved in the fight, some of whom we may not yet have traced.
"We need to speak to all those who were involved, anyone who witnessed the fight, or who has any information.”
A man has died after a fight in Nottingham city centre in the early hours of this morning.
It happened just before 4:00 in Thurland Street.
Five men have been arrested in connection with the incident and will be questioned later today.
A cordon is in place on the road at the junction with Clinton Street and Clumber Street. There is no access to the area and some shops are closed.
Police are appealing for information.
Disruption on East Midlands Trains between Nottingham and Derby due to a person being hit by a train at Long Eaton.
Delays of up to an hour are expected to go on until at least 13:30.
Officers investigating a burglary in Nottingham are asking members of the public to be on the lookout for some distinctive Turkish gold coins.
Around 15 of the coins were taken from a house in Nobel Road, Clifton, between 3.30pm and 6pm on Saturday.
The coins are of various shapes, sizes and values, but they all originate from Turkey and bear the head of the former Turkish leader Ataturk.
ITV News Central understands Carl Froch will announce that he will vacate the IBF World Title due to injury.
More details are likely to be revealed at the James Degale press conference at noon tomorrow.
It is believed that Froch may be looking for a summer fight in either Las Vegas or The City Ground in Nottingham.