Police are searching for a 31-year-old woman who went missing in Nottinghamshire yesterday.
Rachel Kellett, from West Bridgford, was last seen by her husband at 7.30am.
She is 5ft 6ins tall, and has short brown hair. She is believed to have been wearing a dark blue coat.
A hard-hitting video which aims to make teenagers check before crossing the road has been produced by Nottinghamshire County Council Youth Arts Team.
The 90-second film will soon be shown to paediatricians, coroners, nurses and police at the first national conference for CDOPs (Child Death Overview Panel).
We particularly wanted to support young people to develop a way of getting the message of road safety across to their peers and this thought provoking film achieves this in a direct and compelling way.
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The number of people in Nottinghamshire who smoke has dropped to its lowest level since records began.
Figures from Public Health England show just over 18 per cent of people in the county now smoke - a drop of three per cent since 2010.
Mark Spencer, the MP for Sherwood, will use a debate in Parliament today to call for action to prevent animals being killed by consuming antifreeze.
It follows the suspected poisoning of more than 20 cats in the village of Calverton in Nottinghamshire.
Amy Hillier from West Bridgford, Rushcliffe, has been missing from her home since Saturday morning.
Concerns are growing for the 16-year-old school girl and police are keen for anyone who has any information or has seen her to get in touch.
Amy is white, 5ft 7 ins tall and of a slim build. She has long straight brown hair.
She could be wearing either a denim or furry jacket and boots.
These are the symptoms cat owners should look out for if they suspect their pet has ingested antifreeze:-
- Usually remain markedly depressed
- Do not exhibit increased thirst
- Producing only small amounts of urine
- May note severely low body temperature
- Severe sluggishness (lethargy) or coma
- Lack of appetite
- Oral ulcers/sores on mouth
- Kidneys are often swollen and painful
Cat owners in Calverton, Nottinghamshire, say they fear for their pets' safety after more than 20 animals have died from suspected poisoning.
Lee Poole's cat, Penny, became ill in the summer and had to be put down after a vet discovered she had consumed a toxic substance.
Mr Poole and another owner who also lost his pet, Nick Lawlor, have been running a campaign in the village to find what's behind the spate of deaths.
They believe the cats have been deliberately targeted with antifreeze.
The RSPCA and police are investigating the incidents and are keeping an open mind on the possible cause.
They say it's extremely difficult to bring a prosecution without good evidence.
A public meeting has been held in a Nottinghamshire village to discuss a number of recent cat deaths.
The police and RSPCA met with local residents concerned about 22 cat deaths in Calverton where the animals died of suspected anti-freeze poisoning.
The aim of the meeting was to gather evidence from local people and to offer advice to pet owners in the area about how to keep their animals safe.