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Take a look around Nottingham's new designer childrenswear store

Take a look around Nottingham's new designer childrenswear store

A couple who noticed a gap in the market for quality designer childrenswear in Nottingham have opened the first UK franchise of a European store in the city. Iain and Becky Mcfadyen launched the Kids Around shop – which sells premium brands such as DKNY,

55 min. ago in Regional East
 
£10,000 of improvements made to Ilkeston Road Recreation Ground

£10,000 of improvements made to Ilkeston Road Recreation Ground

Young people in Stapleford and Bramcote can get active outdoors thanks to £10,000 worth of improvements to a park. The Ilkeston Road Recreation Ground has taken delivery of four pieces of new outdoor fitness equipment, as well as a new tyre park - believ

today, 17:21 in Regional East
 
Warning from parents of Molly Davidson who went to London to see stranger she met online

Warning from parents of Molly Davidson who went to London to see stranger she met online

The relieved father of Molly Davidson - who fled to London to meet a stranger she met on the internet - has warned other parents to look out for online dangers. Antony Davidson spoke after he was reunited with Molly - five days after she had been reporte

today, 16:51 in Regional East
 
Government confirm HS2 cannot buy land not linked to building of the line

Government confirm HS2 cannot buy land not linked to building of the line

A bid to stop the HS2 company from buying up excess land around the controversial rail line has been welcomed by businesses - but not some nearby residents. The Country and Land Business Association has claimed a victory for property owners after the Gov

today, 14:25 in Regional East
 
Morrisons Market Street Cupcakes and Tesco Takeaway Butter Chicken in product recalls

Morrisons Market Street Cupcakes and Tesco Takeaway Butter Chicken in product recalls

Cupcakes from Morrisons and Butter Chicken from Tesco are among the latest products to be recalled by retailers. Customers are being urged to return certain batches of Morrisons Market Street Cupcakes after they were found to contain cereals containing g

today, 14:11 in Regional East
 
Speed camera locations across Nottinghamshire from Monday, January 23

Speed camera locations across Nottinghamshire from Monday, January 23

Speed camera vans are set to patrol the following locations from Monday, January 23. The schedule of sites lists the roads in Nottingham and the wider county to be monitored by the Nottinghamshire Safety Camera Partnership up until January 29. They are a

today, 13:35 in Regional East
 
Man charged following assault in Stoney Street

Man charged following assault in Stoney Street

A 20-year-old man has been charged with grievous bodily harm with intent following an assault in Nottingham city centre in the early hours of Saturday morning. Tom Beech, of Hoe View Road, Cropwell Bishop, has also been charged with two counts of common

today, 12:32 in Regional East
 
Dad's 300-mile Nottingham to Edinburgh bike challenge in honour of leukaemia sufferer son

Dad's 300-mile Nottingham to Edinburgh bike challenge in honour of leukaemia sufferer son

Hayden Whitehead will never forget March 3, 2016 - the day his four-year-old son George's playgroup leaders rang to say he had collapsed and he was being rushed to hospital. Shortly after being admitted to A&E at Queen's Medical Centre, it was...

today, 12:32 in Regional East
 
Investigation launched after woman's body found next to River Trent

Investigation launched after woman's body found next to River Trent

The body of a woman has been pulled from the River Trent this weekend. Police were called to Stoke Lane, in Stoke Bardolph, at around 2pm on Saturday after a report of a body being seen in the water. A spokesman for Nottinghamshire Police said they are n

today, 11:40 in Regional East
 

'No way back' for Fawaz Al Hasawi is message from protesting Nottingham Forest fans

Nottingham Forest fans who protested on Saturday say there is "no way back" for owner for Fawaz Al Hasawi. More than 1,000 supporters flooded into the Peter Taylor Stand car park to chant against the club's owner after four years under his...

today, 11:27 in Regional East
 
Vandalised boathouse in Hucknall park to be repaired

Vandalised boathouse in Hucknall park to be repaired

A former boathouse at a park in Hucknall will be repaired at no cost to the tax payer, it has been revealed. The building, in Titchfield Park, was partially destroyed by fire in November and there had been calls for it to be demolished. However, Councill

today, 11:27 in Regional East
 
Brexit could cost the fire service almost £90,000 a year

Brexit could cost the fire service almost £90,000 a year

The impact of Britain leaving the European Union could cost Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service almost £90,000 a year, it has been predicted. After the British public chose to leave the EU last year, the value of the Sterling dropped dramatically, an

today, 10:15 in Regional East
 

Take a look back at life in Carrington

If you've ever sat and relaxed in the sun at Carrington Lido - then this video slideshow will bring back some fond memories. And if you're reading this thinking what is a lido and where is it, then you may find this video even more interesting. As part o

today, 10:15 in Regional East
 
Changes to Clifton bus services next week - as more passengers use tram instead

Changes to Clifton bus services next week - as more passengers use tram instead

Changes will be made to bus services in Clifton next week because more people in the area are using the tram. Nottingham City Transport (NCT) has announced it will make alterations to the routes it operates from Sunday, January 29, after a review of the

today, 10:03 in Regional East
 
Changes to Clifton bus services next week - as more passengers use tram instead

Changes to Clifton bus services next week - as more passengers use tram instead

Changes will be made to bus services in Clifton next week because more people in the area are using the tram. Nottingham City Transport (NCT) has announced it will make alterations to the routes it operates from Sunday, January 29, after a review of the

today, 09:48 in Regional East
 


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