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Police are appealing for help to trace a missing teenager

Nottinghamshire police are appealing for help to trace a missing 17-year-old girl. Officers are concerned for the safety of Millie Reid, pictured, after she was reported missing from the Worksop area at around 3pm, on Friday, May 25. Millie is...

today, 13:55 in Regional East

Police alerted by firefighters about a suspected incident of arson

Police have been alerted about a fire in Barlborough which is believed to have been started deliberately. Staveley firefighters were called out to the blaze on open land on Syday Lane, at Barlborough, about 10.20am, today, Sunday, May 27. A Derbyshire...

today, 13:55 in Regional East

High praise for police team in the fight against child sexual exploitation

A team of Special Constables have been praised for their ongoing work across the force over the past 12 months. The Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) - Disruption Team is made up of Special Constables who work alongside Public Protection officers from...

today, 10:59 in Regional East

Firefighters rescue road crash casualty after collision

Firefighters freed a casualty after a road traffic collision. Crews from Worksop and Harworth attended the crash at Blyth Road, on the A634, in between Blyth and Oldcotes, just after midnight, today, Sunday, May 27. A Nottinghamshire fire service...

today, 10:59 in Regional East

Suspect is arrested and charged after ten burglaries

A 27-year-old man has been arrested and charged, according to Nottinghamshire police, in connection with ten burglaries across Nottingham throughout May including nine at Beeston addresses. Lee Jason Carnell, of no fixed address, has been charged with...

today, 10:16 in Regional East

Police arrest five men on suspicion of being involved in an affray

Five men have been arrested on suspicion of affray after Nottinghamshire police were called to Markham Moor Service Station. Officers were called out to the service station on the northbound A1 about 10.30am, on Saturday, May 26. The five men are...

today, 10:16 in Regional East

Mansfield man denies murder charge

A 39-year-old man has appeared in court to deny murdering a woman in Mansfield. Michael Foster, of St John’s Place, Mansfield, appeared at Nottingham Crown Court today, for a plea and trial preparation hearing before Judge John Burgess. Paula Harris,...

today, 09:03 in Regional East

Mansfield reveller carrying cocaine, crack, ecstasy and ketamine for festival was searched... after failing...

A Mansfield man who bought cocaine, crack, ecstasy and ketamine for a festival was stopped by police while drink driving on a “stupid night out”, magistrates heard. Bradley Middlecoop’s car was stopped because his lights weren’t on, at 12.50am, on May...

today, 09:03 in Regional East

Campaign group welcomes review into National Parks so they can be better protected

The Campaign for National Parks charity has welcomed the Westminster Government’s announcement of Julian Glover as the chair of a 21st century “Hobhouse” review into England’s National Parks. It is urging the panel to consider how to make the...

today, 09:03 in Regional East

WEATHER: Warm day but thunderstorms are brewing for Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire

The Met Office has forecast a warm day with sunny spells for Derbyshire for today, Sunday, May 27, but heavy, thundery showers are expected later. Heavy and thundery showers are due to be pushing up from the south, according to the Met Office, and...

today, 09:03 in Regional East

Original sentence activated for Kirkby man who had stolen £7,000 from own grandmother

Jail was ordered for a Kirkby man who drunkenly crashed into a lamp post while driving to his girlfriend’s house in the early hours because he thought she was being unfaithful. A member of the public tipped off police after the collision and Ryan Wood...

yesterday, 20:06 in Regional East

Man stole £1,000 of electric fans from Mansfield store ‘to help him breathe’

A man stole nearly £1,000 of electric fans from a Mansfield store to help him breathe during a heatwave, magistrates heard. Sean Turner loaded his trolley with £989 of goods and draped a towel over it at Dunelm Mill, on April 2, but was spotted by a...

yesterday, 20:06 in Regional East

Counter Terrorism Policing launches security campaign for summer events in the region and UK

Staff at the UK’s biggest summer events are to be trained in how to react in the event of a terrorist incident as part of Counter Terrorism Policing’s second annual Summer Security campaign. As the UK prepares to kick off the summer months with a busy...

yesterday, 15:30 in Regional East

Met Office issues serious flood warning for Bank Holiday Monday

The Met Office has issued yellow warning for thunderstorms across the East Midlands on Bank Holiday Monday, May 28, that may cause flooding problems. Thunderstorms have been forecast from midnight, Sunday, May 27, into the early hours of Monday, May...

yesterday, 12:55 in Regional East

Firefighters issued a warning to neighbouring residents during a building blaze

Firefighters warned residents to keep doors and windows locked as they battled a building blaze. The fire was discovered just after midnight in the early hours of Friday, May 25, on Church Drive, at Shirebrook. Crews were called out from Shirebrook,...

yesterday, 12:46 in Regional East

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