Yorkshire breeze past Notts in Royal London Cup

Brendan Taylor says he is gutted after Notts were thrashed by Yorkshire by seven wickets in the Royal London One-Day Cup.

Would you take a 'belfie'?

No flash required: ‘belfie’ trend sees backsides bared at beauty spots

Feeling confident enough to take a ‘belfie’? That’s a bum selfie if you don’t already know and it’s the latest selfie taking trend to come from Instagram.

Suede Bar hosts Ladies of the Blues tour date

Suede Bar hosts Ladies of the Blues tour date

Ladies Of The Blues is a show featuring Elles Bailey, Gabriella Jones and Amy Khonsari, and it can be seen at Nottingham’s Suede Bar on Tuesday, May 2.

Notts Outlaws Riki Wessels pulls Matt Critchley to the midwicket boundary.

Newell hopes Nottinghamshire’s fine Welbeck record goes on

There was a time in the not too distant past when the prospect of playing a Nottinghamshire first team match away from Trent Bridge seemed highly improbable, yet now the club’s director of cricket, Mick Newell, can hardly imagine not making an annual visit to what has become a welcoming second home at Welbeck Cricket Club.

McVay vows Leicestershire will give Notts a good test at Welbeck

McVay vows Leicestershire will give Notts a good test at Welbeck

Clint McKay insists Nottinghamshire will know they have been in a game when his Leicestershire side visit Welbeck on Sunday May 7 – despite their lack of big-name stars.


WIN: Hot tickets - Bengal Brasserie curry and Arena big fight tickets to see Josh Warrington and Nicola Adams

The hottest ticket in town just got hotter - we are giving you the chance to win an indian meal out plus tickets to see big fight Arena action featuring Josh Warrington and Nicola Adams.

Whats on 1
Extra Nottingham date added to Manford’s tour

Extra Nottingham date added to Manford’s tour

An extra Nottingham date has been added to Jason Manford’s Muddle Class tour next year, due to public demand.

Theatre and Comedy
Police are appealing for information about a collision in Hartlepool.

Notts police officer dismissed following gross misconduct hearing

A police officer has been dismissed following a gross misconduct hearing on Thursday, April 27, held at Nottinghamshire Police Head Quarters.

David Lloyd Clubs is launching a new health and fitness class that consists of nothing but sleeping. Byline John Nguyen/JNVisuals

New gym class consists of nothing but sleeping

The frantic, stress-inducing nature of modern life means that few of us seem to get enough sleep, and if you’re a parent, regularly getting your full 40 winks becomes even more of a luxury.

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Over a quarter of Brits sacrifice their own holidays for stag and hen parties

Over a quarter of Brits sacrifice their own holidays for stag and hen parties

Over a quarter of Brits are sacrificing their own holidays in order to attend stag and hen parties costing an average of £507 a time, new research shows.

Travel problems facing people ahead of the Bank Holdiay weekend.

43,000 breakdowns expected on UK roads this weekend

As drivers prepare to hit the roads and enjoy the early May bank holiday weekend, Green Flag is warning that 43,000 breakdowns will cause chaos on Britain’s roads, with 10 breakdowns taking place every minute.

Appliance - Photographer Alex Skennerton (Multimedia and Photography Officer Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service)

You can visit these top tourist attractions for FREE this weekend

You can visit museums and attractions across the county and city for free this weekend as centres are opening their doors as part of BBC Radio Nottingham’s Big Day Out.

Whats on
Battle of the Bands. Generic image by Pixabay

Battle of the Bands goes into extra time

Has your group entered our first online Battle of the Bands competition?

A fundraising appeal has been launched In loving memory of Sue Bingley, who was killed in an accident on Thursday.

Appeal launched in memory of grandma who died after collision with moped in Mansfield

A fundraising appeal has been launched in loving memory of a woman who died following a tragic moped accident in Mansfield.

Harriet Sale, aged 22, from Mansfield Woodhouse is set to appear on hit TV show Take Me Out. Photo courtesy of ITV.

Single lady finds romance after TV debut on Take Me Out – with friend from Mansfield Woodhouse

A Mansfield Woodhouse girl who is due to appear on hit TV show Take Me Out said she found romance – on her doorstep weeks after filming.


Fight against rogue scrap metal goes on

Efforts to tackle rogue scrap metal merchants operating in Warsop are continuing.

Illegal fly-tipping had been significantly reduced in Warsop thanks to the work of police. Picture: Marie Caley

Illegal fly-tipping halved in Warsop

The amount of illegal fly-tipping in Warsop has been halved thanks to an ongoing initiative.

Fidget spinners are the latest craze sweeping the nation

All you need to know about the latest craze to sweep schools - and offices

It’s the latest craze that’s sweeping playgrounds and offices alike - so here’s all you need to know about fidget spinners and where to find them.


QUICK QUIZ: Seven questions about the last seven days...

It’s been another busy week in the world of sport and showbiz, but have you been keeping up with the latest goings on?

LETTER: MPs should do the best for the country

LETTER: MPs should do the best for the country

The recent Radio Four Today interview of the Prime Minister by Nick Robinson says it all in my opinion.
Rather than opening with a question to explain the background to her decision to call a snap General Election, Robinson’s first challenge (oft repeated) was of the Prime Minister having performed a ‘U-turn’.
In the months since the UK’s EU referendum in my view he, his BBC colleagues and many re-moaners have grumbled that she has no personal mandate from the electorate, having never fought an election over Brexit.
Now that she is doing just that it seems to be the golden opportunity, for him/them, to do their own U-turn and criticise her for requesting such a mandate.
Robinson also asserted during this interview that it is the role of opposition parties to oppose the government. 
No Mr Robinson, it is not. It is the role of all members of Parliament and indeed all elected representatives in local government to do what is right and in the best interests of the country, including all people irrespective of how they individually voted. This might include opposition, where necessary.

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