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Hundreds of motorists affected by overcharging at council car park

Hundreds of motorists affected by overcharging at council car park

Hundreds of motorists have been over charged at a Nottingham car park following the introduction of new paying machines aimed to make parking easier. Nottingham City Council, which runs Lace Market Car Park, says that the problem started at the weekend d

yesterday, 20:47 in Regional East
 
Grieving dad speaks from court after son died in Bramcote drugs incident

Grieving dad speaks from court after son died in Bramcote drugs incident

A grieving dad has spoken of the death of his 13-year-old son after a suspected drugs incident in a Bramcote house. Unemployed Richard Clark spoke of his vigil at the hospital bed of his only child Joshua as medics struggled to save him. The 34-year-old

yesterday, 20:33 in Regional East
 
Drivers' speeding charges thrown out because 30mph sign was unlit

Drivers' speeding charges thrown out because 30mph sign was unlit

Two motorists have had their speeding cases thrown out after a court was told that a 30mph sign on the road was not lit up. The light was out on January 30 last year - and more than a year later, it is still not working properly is still without a lighti

yesterday, 20:21 in Regional East
 
Man in serious condition after stabbing in Daybrook

Man in serious condition after stabbing in Daybrook

Three men were arrested following a stabbing in a Nottingham street. The incident on Sunday evening in Longmead Drive, Daybrook, has left a 30-year-old man in hospital with serious injuries. Two of the men arrested have been released without charge, and

yesterday, 20:10 in Regional East
 
Knife used in Farmfoods robbery in Carlton

Knife used in Farmfoods robbery in Carlton

Two masked men forced a shop worker to open a safe and tills in a knife-point robbery. They waited for the staff member to leave Farmfoods in Carlton Square, Carlton, at 8.30pm on Saturday, March 25, before forcing him back inside. It is believed a knife

yesterday, 18:28 in Regional East
 
Edwalton Golf Club aims to recruit family members after £125k clubhouse revamp

Edwalton Golf Club aims to recruit family members after £125k clubhouse revamp

Families are being targeted to take up golf after a £125,000 refurbishment of a Nottinghamshire club. Edwalton Golf Centre's new-look clubhouse includes an upgraded bar area, restaurant, entrance hall and toilets, while its driving range has also been im

yesterday, 17:32 in Regional East
 
Another dessert parlour is to open in Nottingham in April - but whose puds are the best? You tell us

Another dessert parlour is to open in Nottingham in April - but whose puds are the best? You tell us

It's time to loosen the belt. Another dessert parlour will be opening in Nottingham next month. The American-style Creams Cafe will conjure up sundaes, waffles, crepes and other delectable treats in Burton Street. And with refurbishment work under way at

yesterday, 16:49 in Regional East
 

Nottingham's smallest cinema Screen 22 to close

The final credits are rolling on the world's smallest cinema – Nottingham's Screen 22. In a statement posted on the venue's website, owner Amy Gathercole revealed that she has made the "heart-breaking" decision to close the Broad Street...

yesterday, 16:49 in Regional East
 
Fancy living in a village with a golf course at the bottom of the garden? £675,000 and it's yours

Fancy living in a village with a golf course at the bottom of the garden? £675,000 and it's yours

Step out of the garden and straight onto the 13th fairway of the golf course. This bungalow in Stanton-by-Dale combines an idyllic location for a golfer with stunning accommodation. If your idea of a relaxing afternoon activity is a round of golf, then y

yesterday, 16:08 in Regional East
 
Synth pop legends Sparks head to Nottingham for Rock City gig

Synth pop legends Sparks head to Nottingham for Rock City gig

Sparks - the band behind 70s hit This Town Ain't Big Enough For The Both Us - will be bringing their own brand of synth pop to Nottingham's Rock City. The Californian brothers (Ron and Russell Mael) will be visiting the city on Saturday, September 23 wit

yesterday, 15:53 in Regional East
 
Seven years of construction work comes to an end at 325-home development in Hucknall

Seven years of construction work comes to an end at 325-home development in Hucknall

After more than seven years on site at its Papplewick Green development in Hucknall, David Wilson Homes has celebrated the end of an era with a topping out ceremony now that the site has sold out. The construction team who have helped to build the commun

yesterday, 15:11 in Regional East
 
Images released over theft of wallet from shopping centre

Images released over theft of wallet from shopping centre

Police would like to identify these four people in connection with a theft from a shoe shop. On Friday, March 17 at 6.20pm, at East Midlands Designer Outlet near Huthwaite, a man placed his wallet down while in the Clarks shop. Two men are believed to ha

yesterday, 14:43 in Regional East
 
Fight is on to restore Victoria Embankment bandstand after fire

Fight is on to restore Victoria Embankment bandstand after fire

These pictures show the burnt out innards of a Nottingham bandstand damaged by a fire last week. Photos have been taken inside the Grade II-listed Victoria Embankment bandstand in The Meadows, which was the scene of a six-hour fight by crews after fire b

yesterday, 14:43 in Regional East
 
Nottinghamshire Police 'justified' in laying off long-serving officers

Nottinghamshire Police 'justified' in laying off long-serving officers

Nottinghamshire police officers forced to retire in a bid to cut costs will not receive a penny in compensation after top judges ruled the move was 'justified'. Five police forces in England and Wales used a regulation known as A19 to make almost all off

yesterday, 14:33 in Regional East
 
Is Nottingham's best Thai restaurant in a pub? More nominations in the Food and Drink Awards...

Is Nottingham's best Thai restaurant in a pub? More nominations in the Food and Drink Awards...

In the battle of the Asian restaurants in the 2017 Nottinghamshire Food and Drink Awards, nominations have poured in for Thai, Japanese, Chinese Korean and Malaysian eateries serving authentic flavoursome food from the East. It's not just the real ales a

yesterday, 14:33 in Regional East
 


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