A mother-of-five who admitted laundering £95,000 from her husband's cocaine trade has been jailed for 27 months.
Flintham and District Agricultural Society’s 101st Ploughing Match and Show was graced by Royalty today (Thursday).
A husband who believes his wife has been a victim of a huge miscarriage of justice has launched a campaign to have her freed from jail.
A new working group will meet soon to take action on car parking.
The life of a man who took a small vehicle repair garage to a group of multi-million pound businesses is to be celebrated at his funeral.
Notts Police and the county are tonight mourning the death of the hero police officer who saved the life of a man on the railway at Balderton.
A police officer is in a critical condition following an incident on the East Coast Main Line north of Grantham.
A cocaine dealer jailed for over seven years after causing the hit and run death of a man has refused to leave prison for a hearing.
Police are investigating the unexplained deaths two people found in their village home.
An astonishing 64 jobs have been completed by Nottinghamshire County Council to fix a stretch of road in just seven years.
A headteacher has won national recognition through the Pearson National Teaching Awards.
An internationally-acclaimed shooting ground has been put up for sale.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after three people were killed in what seems a linked attack.
Our Gillie Ford has left the Great British Sewing Bee in week two after having what she describes as simply a bad day.
The new Mayor of Rushcliffe, Debbie Mason, said she was honoured and proud to have been elected to office.
Gillie Ford has made it through to the second week of the Great British Sewing Bee thanks to her ‘come-hitherish’ office outfit creation.
The Great British Sewing Bee returns to our TV screens on Wednesday night and representing the older generation is Gillie Ford.
A hard-working community group is calling on people to help them secure £70,000 of Lottery funding by voting in this year’s The People’s Projects.
A statue dedicated to a village’s past history as a wartime air base has been unveiled, watched by a crowd of more than 400.
A Royal Navy veteran will be spending two nights sleeping out surrounded by 15,000 creepy mannequins to fundraise for homeless veterans.