Adam Taylor talks you through an eventful last month for the Magpies. New manager, new chairman, new consecutive losses record...
Find out how the Nottingham Panthers have been doing over the past month with our Salleh...
Our Nottingham Forest columnist Richard Crouch takes a different tact for his first column of 2017 and writes an open letter to outgoing Chairman Fawaz Al Hawasi...
One year ago, Nottingham became a UNESCO City of Literature. Since then, creative writing courses have been closed down, the DH Lawrence Heritage Centre has been sold off, and the fate of the Central Library lies in the hands of a property developer. Offsetting this is the Festival of Literature, the Line of Light installation on Station Street and, most importantly of all, the authors who keep banging out beautiful books...
Bring some beef to this lot, you will definitely lose some teef. We've rounded up the 'ardest of Nottingham heads to create a list that will make you soil your kecks just reading through it. There's only one question left to ask: If there were a royal rumble between all this lot, who would be the victor?
November has been a Jekyll-and-Hyde month for the Nottingham Panthers, who had great success in Europe to progress to the final of the Continental Cup, while nosediving in the Elite League. The Panthers lost six consecutive league games resulting in a slump in the table to take them from second to fifth place, out of ten teams.
We keep you up to date with the last month's action at Meadow Lane...
Did you know that the founder of AC Milan hails from Nottingham? No, neither did we until recently
A local filmmaker is documenting the story of the Derby County player's rehabilitation after a horrific knee injury
"We started with a 5-6 loss in Coventry, an exhibition game which was tight, with plenty of goals and both teams playing their back up netminders by the end"
The last month of action at Meadow Lane, including why we should be fighting against the Checkatrade Trophy
It's been an eventful month; lots of goals, selling Burke, buying the Lord and Fawaz keeping up his streak of talking to the fans like they’re idiots
Following the news of Forest landing a plum EFL Cup tie against Arsenal, we offer up two bob's worth
We keep you up to date with the leavers, returners and new boys arriving at the National Ice Centre this coming season
"Will we see as thrilling an end to the game as when England hit a six off the final ball to claim a tie against Sri Lanka?"
We football fans are but simple creatures. Whatever the horrors of the previous campaign, August typically heralds a sense of unfounded optimism
Twenty20 cricket's popularity maybe on the rise, but we go into why a Sunday down Trent Bridge is not to be sniffed at
Our columnist looks forward to the new season for Nottingham Forest with a little trepidation