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‘Arrogant drivers’ caused extra damage driving through flooded roads, say council

More than 340 homes were flooded during Storm Henk in January as the River Trent reached record levels.

Serial shoplifter carried out 19 thefts in two months – with Colwick store being one targeted

A serial thief has been locked up and had more restrictions added to his criminal behaviour order after pleading guilty to a spree of...

New CCTV shows ‘irresponsible railway photoshoot’ on Burton Joyce rail crossing

The new compilation shows some of some of the worst cases in the last year

Police save ‘slippery customer’ boa imperator spotted in Colwick Country Park

Police have rescued a snake after receiving a call from the public who spotted the 'slippery customer' slithering down a footpath in Colwick Country...

Labour Government will ‘look very carefully’ at decision to scrap HS2’s Nottinghamshire leg

A transport minister says the new Labour Government will “look very carefully” at the decision to cancel HS2’s Nottinghamshire leg as it plans how...

Gedling borough breaking news plus weather and traffic updates (Friday, July 19)

Hello, and welcome to Gedling Eye's live blog for Friday, July 18.We will be bringing you all of the latest news from across Gedling...

Improved link to Calverton and more services for Lambley and Woodborough: bus improvements for Gedling borough

Improvements to local bus services come into effect from September.

Calverton career criminal called ‘heartless’ after targeting Mapperley couple with newborn baby

Michael Wilson, aged 49, snuck into the Ford S-Max in the middle on the night after finding it unlocked on a private driveway in Mapperley.

Co-op, Nisa and Tesco applaud new bill to crackdown on retail crime

Supermarket chiefs have welcomed the news that attacking or abusing a shopworker will be made a standalone offence in yesterday's (17) King's Speech

Free family friendly events planned in Arnold for summer

Arnold town centre is set to come alive with a series of free family-events being held this summer.

Extra £5m to repair Nottinghamshire roads after ‘devastating’ winter

The county was struck by widespread flooding from Storms Babet in October and Henk in January, with the exceptionally wet weather taking a toll on the roads.

Gedling borough breaking news plus weather and traffic updates (Thursday, July 18)

Hello, and welcome to Gedling Eye's live blog for Thursday, July 18.We will be bringing you all of the latest news from across Gedling...

Gedling borough’s latest petrol and diesel prices – and where’s the cheapest to fill up

The hunt for Gedling borough's cheapest petrol and diesel prices continues.

Arnold man appears in court accused of breaking into house before taking keys and stealing car

An Arnold man has appeared in court after being accused of entering a family’s home and taking the keys to their car before driving off in it.

EMR releases first images of refurbishment plans for regional trains serving Gedling borough

East Midlands Railway (EMR) has this week unveiled the first images of a proposed £28.2 million refurbishments to its Class 170 and Class 158...

Skate Nottingham team up with Gedling Borough Council to offer free skateboarding coaching sessions and repair workshops

Skate Nottingham are teaming up with Gedling Borough Council to bring lots of free skateboarding events to the borough this summer.The 'Gedling Summer...

Gedling borough breaking news plus weather and traffic updates (Wednesday, July 17)

Hello, and welcome to Gedling Eye's live blog for Wednesday, July 17.We will be bringing you all of the latest news from across...

Have say on new Police and Crime Commissioner’s plan to tackle crime in Notts over next five years

People across Nottinghamshire are being urged to take a unique chance to influence the future of policing, crime prevention and victim support services over...

Sadness as Forge Mill in Bestwood Village closes its doors for good

The Forge Mill was based inside a Grade II listed building in Mill Lane in the village.

Four parks receive prestigious Green Flag Awards

The Green Flag Awards are the international quality mark for parks and green spaces

The planned roadworks and road changes in Gedling borough

The roadworks and road changes include things such as speed alterations, repair works and changing the layout of the roads. 

Final step taken in plans for new bridge over River Trent

The pedestrian and cycle bridge will link Trent Basin, off Daleside Road in the city, to the south bank of the river close to the Hook nature reserve in Lady Bay

Prolific Netherfield shoplifter now behind bars after breaching community behaviour order

Liam Clarke was given a criminal behaviour order (CBO) in October 2023

Hapless shoplifter triggered shop alarm as police officer arrived at Daybrook store

Thomas Howitt walked out of Tesco Express, in Oxclose Lane with £55.40 worth of steaks hidden in his coat.

EMR say thousands of bargain £7.70 train tickets still available to Skegness from Notts

East Midlands Railway (EMR) is urging customers to book in advance and secure a summer Skegness bargain this year.
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