An East Midlands teenager has been recognised and honoured by The National Lottery and Repair Shop host Jay Blades for his efforts during the coronavirus pandemic, supporting disabled children.
Nottingham Trent University student Arjun Singh, 20, died in hospital after the attack on Saturday.
The 10-year-old died of her injuries after being hit by the East Midlands Ambulance Service vehicle in Bulwell, Nottingham, on December 22.
Alice Bowerman and her partner Terri-Ann Metcalfe say the incident happened in a restaurant in Nottingham called Marmaris
You look like clones! Men, all dressed in grey jeans and black tops, spotted trying to get into a Nottingham bar
National Action was banned in December 2016 by former Home Secretary Amber Rudd.
The parents of Mariam Moustafa, 18, who died after she was allegedly attacked by a gang of women, have said her death could have been prevented.
Murderer Remee Jarrett, who mistakenly killed an innocent man and then apologised to his victim, Reuben Morris-Laing, is jailed for life
Footage released by police shows the man cowering under a workman's jacket in the corner of an attic after he was forced into a life of servitude by Edward Zielinski (inset).
Leverne Ardin Doran is seen clinging on to the front of the vehicle, holding onto the mirror and hitting the hood, demanding to be let on board.
An evil dad who abused his daughter for 20 years has been jailed after she recorded him boasting about his crimes.
Nearly £3,000 has so far been raised for Samantha Baldwin, who disappeared with Louis and Dylan Made, aged nine and six, after the children were made wards of the Court at a recent hearing. Police say Samantha, who is now wanted for child abduction, “poses a risk” to the children.
Visiting a vet is their next best option, according to frontline workers dealing with gang crime in Nottingham – and the ‘going rate’ is around £200. While vets aren’t legally able to prescribe medicine to humans, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons doesn’t have any specific advice with regards to stitching wounds. Nathan Kelly, a youth mentor for the Nottingham School of Boxing, told the BBC that he once lied to medics after being slashed in the face, saying, “the first thing they want to do is get the police involved”.
The Bantam-type birds were stuck inside a plastic bucket – that used to contain fence preservative – with a piece of wood placed on top. A member of the public found them in the alley off Broadwood Road in Bestwood last Friday and called the RSPCA for help. RSPCA inspector Dave McAdam, who is investigating, said: “They were kept in incredibly cramped conditions and had no access to food and water.
Burglaries often take place when an opportunistic thief spots a ripe opportunity to seize some valuable goods from a less-than-secure home.
The friends only made the incredible discovery after workmen who were installing new emergency lighting left a door unlocked on the ground floor. Experts have now confirmed the surprising discovery dated back to the 19th century and was probably used as a domestic cellar in the 1800s. One of the students who found the cave said the group were spooked when they first went down the stairs at their terraced house in Sherwood, Nottingham.
A real-life version of Frank Gallagher from TV’s Shameless has been jailed after selling drugs to raise cash for his grandchildren’s birthday presents. Ian Ray, 59, was put behind bars for two years by a judge who told him he looked “about 80” because he had used drugs for most of his adult life. The window cleaner was caught after police stopped a man outside his home with 2.3g of amphetamine worth £15 to £25.