A man faces life imprisonment after he pleaded guilty to murdering his wife and then disposing of her body parts in a Lincolnshire river.
A man charged in connection with the disappearance of murdered woman Holly Bramley has admitted obstructing a coroner.
The Independent Office for Police Conduct has launched an investigation into contact made by Nottinghamshire Police with triple killer Valdo Calocane.
A police force is being investigated for the contact it had with Valdo Calocane before he killed three people.
Morrisons has agreed a £2.5 billion deal to sell its 337 petrol forecourts which has the same private equity owner as the supermarket.
The Attorney General has ordered an independent review of the Crown Prosecution Service’s handling of the Nottingham stabbing case.
Valdo Calocane, who has paranoid schizophrenia, killed three people and injured three more while in the ‘grip of a psychotic episode’.
A knifeman who killed three people and attacked three others was hearing voices who threatened him.
Prosecutors have accepted Nottingham triple-killer Valdo Calocane’s pleas of not guilty to murder and guilty to manslaughter.
A man is appealing to the community to pick up leaves from drains to help prevent further flooding.
A mother and daughter who deny stalking offences following a series of alleged incidents in a village have today appeared in court.
School inspections will be halted to ensure inspectors receive mental health training, Ofsted’s new chief inspector has announced.
There's something about Christmas which brings out camaraderie and competitiveness all at once so here’s our favourite games to play.
We put your number knowledge - and listening skills - to the test by asking about the numbers that come up in festive tracks.
As festive traditions have us reaching for familiar Christmas movies, we share our favourite films with a Christmas heart.
We’ve chosen our favourite Christmas songs – but what do you think of our choices?
Bingham Town hosted Nottinghamshire FA’s Grassroots club of the year FC Cavaliers at Butt Field on Saturday December 16, writes Owen Hardwick.
An eight-year-old shih-tzu called Maisie is believed to be Britain's first crematorium comfort dog.
“I’m having a hot flush, we need to leave!” I screeched. My Grandma laughed. I was only 13. “You don’t get those until you’re in your fifties.”
One of motorsport’s most exciting new prospects grew up in Newark and was crowned Formula 4 Champion over the weekend. — Writes, Danny Davies.