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Police are investigating an incident in Langley Mill overnight after eye-witness accounts of a street brawl and a suspected stabbing.

Police arrest three people after alleged stabbing

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Notts health chiefs asked to rethink IVF cuts

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LONDON MARATHON: All you need to know about this year’s big race

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Police launch investigation after reports of a street brawl and suspected stabbing

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ST GEORGE’S DAY: 10 facts you didn’t know about our Patron Saint

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Some of the rare vinyl on sale

Record Store Day 2017 in Mansfield

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Big crowds expected at first ever Record Store Day in Mansfield

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OPINION: A perfect response from Nottingham Forest

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Moores thrilled by ruthless Notts

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IN PICTURE: Riki Wessels.

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STORY: NOTTS COUNTY CRICKET PRESS/MEDIA DAY AT TRENT BRIDGE CRICKET GROUND, NOTTINGHAM.
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Riki Wessels century helps Notts recover

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Notts toil against Sussex bowlers

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Premier League preview: Battle to beat the drop hots up

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Transfer rumours: Manchester United told to demand Gareth Bale in exchange for David De Gea

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Former England defender Ugo Ehiogu dies

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Moores looks to build momentum as former county visits Trent Bridge

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Scouting For Girls are on tour later this year

Scouting For Girls announce massive 10th anniversary tour

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Rockin’ good night in store with triple bill at MFN

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Battle of the Bands - who are the latest entrants?

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PREVIEW: Plenty for opera fans to enjoy

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Top of the Chocs: Dairy Milk most popular Easter chocolate in Notts

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Nottinghamshire folk spend more on their gardens than the rest of the UK

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