Three people were arrested in Nottingham after a coronavirus protest made its way through the city.
A cocaine-using woman who murdered her 19-month-old daughter by scalding her and leaving the toddler screaming in agony was a crime “as disturbing as it is tragic”, a judge has said.
An NHS nurse who used her share of a £1 million lottery win to fund the birth of her daughter through IVF treatment has begun charity work to “break down the taboos of the subject”.
The Christmas market in Nottingham will be closed for the rest of the year after it was forced to shut amid criticism over the lack of social distancing.
The Christmas market in Nottingham has been shut down after organisers faced criticism over the lack of social distancing.
More than half of smartphone owners are more likely to replace a broken handset than wait for it to be fixed, a survey suggests.
Maternity services at two Nottingham hospitals have been downgraded to “inadequate” after inspectors found “several serious concerns”.
A replacement bicycle forming part of a Banksy mural has appeared just days after the original mysteriously disappeared.
The popular Tex-Mex eatery in the city centre is expanding into England in 2021.
The parents of a “brave” five-year-old boy have launched an emotional appeal to raise £202,000 before Christmas to help their son beat an aggressive childhood cancer.
A county councillor says he was “gobsmacked” to discover he had become a grandfather while chairing an online meeting.
Police in Nottingham have warned students “you will be punished” after dozens of young people in Halloween fancy dress were confronted by police in the city ahead of Tier 3 rules being implemented.
Young people have taken to the streets of Nottingham in fancy dress and have been drinking alcohol in large groups ahead of the implementation of Tier 3 restrictions.
The Government is considering the rapid unrolling of saliva-based coronavirus kits in a bid to test up to 10% of England’s population every week, according to reports.
A council leader in Nottinghamshire has urged people to follow stricter coronavirus restrictions in the hope they can go Christmas shopping in December.
Around 8.7 million people in England will be living under the highest level of coronavirus restrictions from Friday when the whole of Nottinghamshire becomes the latest area to enter Tier 3.
Some 25,000 people could be in hospital with coronavirus by the end of next month if cases continue to rise, the Government’s former chief scientific adviser has warned.
Nottingham hospital bosses have cancelled some cancer operations due to “pressure on intensive care units”.
Boris Johnson is under growing pressure to impose heightened coronavirus restrictions as the UK recorded its highest daily Covid-19 death toll since May.
The whole of Nottinghamshire could face Tier 3 restrictions after a surge in cases in northern areas of the county.
The Government is yet to provide further details on how the new Tier 3 coronavirus controls will impact Nottingham and its surrounding boroughs.
The UK has recorded its highest daily coronavirus death toll since May as the total deaths involving Covid-19 in the country reached 61,000.
Residents in Nottingham and surrounding boroughs have been urged to keep showing “resilience” ahead of new Tier 3 controls coming into force.
Boris Johnson faces pressure from scientific advisers for tougher coronavirus restrictions at the same time as northern Tory MPs have demanded to know how lockdowns will be eased.
Boris Johnson is under pressure from scores of Conservative MPs to detail a “road map out of lockdown” as more people in England come under the toughest coronavirus restrictions.
Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions are expected to come into force in parts of Nottinghamshire on Wednesday.
Nottingham has entered into discussions with the Government over possible Tier 3 restrictions after the region has seen a “dramatic increase” in coronavirus hospital patients.
A drive-in performance of a Christmas pantomime will tour outdoor venues across the UK.
Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott have announced a free concert for NHS workers.
A man has admitted driving in Aberdeen while disqualified – and then lying to police about who he was.