A man has been sent to jail for failing to ensure his home was free from an "excessive accumulation of belongings or rubbish".Read the full story ›
Around 9,000 Nottinghamshire Council workers will be barred from smoking at work in a bid to improve health and workplace productivity.Read the full story ›
A branch of the Women's Institute (WI) has apologised after a mother was ordered to stop breastfeeding her baby at meetings.Read the full story ›
The 11-year-old struck by a van and car was given life-saving treatment by paramedics after a crowd of 12 people lifted the vehicle off him.Read the full story ›
A grieving husband has been slapped with a £160 bill for "staying too long" at his wife's grave following her burial.Read the full story ›
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Special Constables in Nottinghamshire were able to see the funny side when pasties were spilled over the A1 earlier and took to Twitter to share their amusement.
Bit cheesy but someone spilt the beans, yes cheese & baked bean pasties over the A1 - we sorted it, yeast we could do http://t.co/3w8NpdlxHh
Staff at HMP Ranby are working with Nottinghamshire Police to identify the ringleaders who led an eight-hour disturbance at the prison.
The disturbance began at around midday and was not resolved until 8.10pm.
A number of inmates were driven away from the prison near Retford in several vehicles and were heard shouting and banging inside.
A disturbance involving prisoners at HMP Ranby has ended according to the Ministry of Justice.
The department said in a statement: "The disturbance at HMP Ranby has ended safely. No staff or prisoners injured. Visits tomorrow will take place as normal."