Council tax charged by Newark and Sherwood District Council is likely to rise by 2.99% per year from April.
Land once bought for the HS2 rail project should now be sold off by the county council, it has been argued.
Three people serving on Nottinghamshire councils, who were all under 25 when they were elected, have urged others their age to get involved.
Hundreds of people have used the power of a special disclosure law to ask Nottinghamshire Police if a partner could pose a danger to them.
Residents have warned that Rufford Ford attracts a ‘paparazzi-like’ crowd of online videographers which would encourage dangerous driving if reopened.
An extra £4 million is needed to repair Nottinghamshire roads after highways suffered five times the amount of damage than normal in seasonal storms.
Work on repairing dangerous defects on the A52 Radcliffe Road will begin next month, National Highways have confirmed.
Nottinghamshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has defended a proposed rise in council tax to support Nottinghamshire Police.
A prototype power station which will turn ammonia into hydrogen is expected to be given planning approval next week.
The leader of Nottinghamshire County Council insists no service cuts are on the cards despite the authority’s financial challenges.
A newly-approved community diagnostics centre will offer patients quicker diagnosis by carrying out 130,000 extra medical tests every year.
Households across Nottinghamshire will be asked to pay at least £8.64 extra next year to support the police.
Councillors rejected plans to cut down dozens of trees in order to create a car park for a Newark GP surgery.
Consultation has begun this week on a huge solar farm near Newark, which would be larger than any currently operating in the UK.
A council has said progress has been made on closing its £60m budget shortfall, despite increasing demand for services.
The restoration of Newark Castle’s gatehouse as the main entrance to the historic landmark is due be given the go-ahead by planners.
Hundreds of parents have used a special law to formally ask Nottinghamshire Police whether someone who has access to their children is a sex offender.
More than 100 flooded properties have now been evacuated across Nottinghamshire after days of heavy rain.
A planning appeal for a battery storage facility around the size of 19 football pitches which was previously rejected will be heard next week.
Nottinghamshire voters have several major decisions to make at the ballot box in 2024.