The pandemic hasn't stopped people from making stupid trips for stupid things. Exhibit A: This guy who drove 240 miles to buy bread.
In April of 2016, Nottinghamshire Police became the first force in the UK to recognise misogyny as a hate crime. This is what's happened since.
Black holes are still probably the trippiest mystery of the universe.
An interview with one of the organisers of today's politicised gridlock.
We spoke to the guys behind the new documentary NG83: When We Were B-Boys about how your teenage obsessions shape who you become.
Oral Campbell from Nottingham claimed his incriminating breathalyser test results were down to one beer and a few slices of the spirit-soaked dessert.
Power pop that sounds as good in a Nottinghamshire pub as it would a Texas dive bar.
Having enjoyed a sustained run of success on the rink, Nottingham Panthers can this season boast an average crowd of almost 6,000. The team and their home city are among British ice hockey's leading lights.
Here is a prime example of why everyone who claims that the best guitar-based music comes from outside the UK is looking in all the wrong places.
A new cafe project sees members of Nottingham’s Jewish and Muslim communities come together to prepare free, weekly meals.
How Inter Avinit's combination of ketamine and hoofed clearances was "a Channel 4 commissioning editor's wet dream."