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WATCH: 10 of the most viewed Storm Doris videos

Storm Doris battered the UK yesterday and much of it was captured on video. From planes struggling to land to trees falling in roads and narrowly missing motorists and paddling pools and trampolines taking flight, we look at ten of the most viewed Storm

yesterday, 16:47 in Regional East
 

JAILED: Drug and gambling addict caused brought misery to train passengers

A drug and gambling addict who brought misery to thousands of rail passengers across the East Midlands area has been jailed for 26 months. Lucas Niewiem, 35, was sentenced at Nottingham Crown Court on Wednesday for stealing cable from the railway line in

yesterday, 14:39 in Regional East
 

STORM DORIS: Readers' pictures show damage in Notts

A clean-up operation is underway after Storm Doris battered Nottinghamshire yesterday. Take a look at our video slideshow which shows some readers' pictures of damage caused by the storm.

yesterday, 12:45 in Regional East
 

COUNCIL TAX HIKE: ‘Worst financial situation’ Nottinghamshire councillors have seen leads to ‘reluctant’...

County Councillors have “reluctantly agreed” to a Council Tax hike of more than four per cent in a bid to tackle the “worst financial situation” Nottinghamshire has ever endured. How will the increase affect you?

yesterday, 12:34 in Regional East
 

QUICK QUIZ: The week in questions

It’s that time again...get your thinking cap on and have a go at this week’s quiz. Seven questions about the last seven days. And don’t forget to share your scores...

yesterday, 12:05 in Regional East
 

Derbyshire patients advised to speak to their pharmacists about winter ilnesses

Health chiefs are advising people in Derbyshire to take advantage of the services available at their local pharmacy to help nip winter illness in the bud. The NHS is reminding patients that if they seek help soon after the first signs of a winter illness

yesterday, 09:05 in Regional East
 

Guest column: ‘Tummy trouble’ could actually be a sign of cancer

The latest Be Clear on Cancer campaign hopes to raise awareness about certain abdominal symptoms or ‘tummy troubles’ that could be signs of cancer. A regional pilot has been lunched across the Midlands to make people aware that certain abdominal symptoms

yesterday, 07:19 in Regional East
 

Rampton patient who kicked nurse in the head is jailed

A violent Rampton patient who punched and kicked a male nurse in the head, also attacked another nurse and a fellow patient following 18 previous convictions, a court heard. Liban Awale threw a plate at one male nurse and then turned on his colleague who

Thursday, 18:39 in Regional East
 

Owner of “fithy” Kirkby sandwich shop faces crown court

A Kirkby sandwich shop owner has been sent to Nottingham Crown Court to be sentenced for 24 breaches of food hygiene standards. David Hawkins ignored warnings from Ashfield District Council inspectors after they visited the Bakery, on Portland Street, in

Thursday, 18:03 in Regional East
 

Kirkby man faces GBH charge at crown court

A Kirkby man has been sent to Nottingham Crown Court to face a charge of grievous bodily harm. Lewis Timms, 25, of Sutton Road, made no plea when he appeared at Mansfield Magistrates Court on Thursday. The incident is alleged to have happened on February

Thursday, 18:03 in Regional East
 

Part of M1 closed over safety concerns

Part of the M1 in Nottinghamshire has been closed because of safety concerns caused by metal hanging from a gantry. All lanes of the M1 southbound between junctions 25 and 26 have been closed along with two northbound lanes. Nottinghamshire Fire and Resc

Thursday, 17:12 in Regional East
 

Nottinghamshire patients advised to keep on top of winter illnesses

Health chiefs are advising people in Nottinghamshire to take advantage of the services available at their local pharmacy to help nip winter illness in the bud. The NHS is reminding patients that if they seek help soon after the first signs of a winter il

Thursday, 15:40 in Regional East
 

Heart condition is ticking time bomb for East Midlands

A deadly inherited heart condition could be a ticking time bomb for thousands of people in the East Midlands. Around 19,000 people in the region - approximately one in every 250 - has familial hypercholesterolaemia (FH), a potentially deadly inherited co

Thursday, 13:06 in Regional East
 

It’s boom time for new Notts firms

Fledgling firms are springing up left right and centre in Nottinghamshire according to an encouraging new report looking into the county’s business trends. The total number of registered companies in the county now comes to 45,573, up from 43,336 at the

Thursday, 12:02 in Regional East
 

REVEALED: Five top jobs you don't need a degree for

A new survey has revealed some of the top jobs that don't require university degrees. And you might be surprised at the results. TotallyMoney.com surveyed UK graduates to explore attitudes towards university education and the level to which people now fe

Thursday, 11:52 in Regional East
 
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