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Doug Waldram volunteers for a charity called Workaid, helping people in Africa build better lives for themselves.

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Residents concerned about inconsiderate parking outside Brookhill Leys Primary School, picture includes Coun Josie Marsters, John Bowers, Paul Bradford, Paul Frogson, Dave Threlfall, Tony Bacon, Cath Bestwick and Neville Woods

‘Somebody has got to be killed first’

Residents say they are at the end of their tether with parents “dangerous” and “inconsiderate” parking outside two schools in Eastwood.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court

Sutton assault man found hiding under bed by cops

A Sutton man who punched his partner and threw her across the bedroom in a drunken rage, was later found hiding under the bed by police, a court has heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Mansfield man grabbed girlfriend in pregnancy row

A Mansfield man grabbed his ex-girlfriend by the arm during a “heated row” about her being pregnant, a court heard.

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Edwinstowe man faces assault trial

An Edwinstowe man faces a trial for assaulting a woman in Mansfield.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Boozer lashed out when wife told him marriage was over in Worksop

A Worksop man lashed out when his wife told him his drunken and violent behaviour had led to the end of their marriage, a court heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Worksop man fled from cops after second no-insurance drive

A Worksop man who fled from police when he was spotted driving without insurance for the second time has been banned, a court heard.

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The incident happened on the M1 near Tibshelf.

Lucky escape for M1 driver after metal object comes through windscreen

A driver had a lucky escape today on the M1 today after a metal object came through her windscreen.

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Stephanie Hather pictured with her jacket potato business

U-turn on spud van decision

The owner of a jacket potato van is celebrating after the council did a u-turn and let her pitch in Kimberley.

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VIDEO: Sir Vince Cable urges firms to back £1m Weston Park Cancer Charity 2020 For Business Appeal

Sir Vince Cable took time out of his campaign to become the next Liberal Democrat leader to urge business leaders to back a £1 million appeal boosting world leading cancer services in Sheffield.
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Faecal bacteria was discovered in ice samples from three high street chains.

Faecal bacteria found in ice at Costa, Starbucks and Caffè Nero

Faecal bacteria was found in ice at three major high street coffee chains, according to a BBC investigation.

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RISE AND SHINE: Live travel news, weather and fun features

Good morning!

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Councillor Keith Girling, the Councils Armed Forces Champion.

‘Front line’ training helps Notts Armed Forces

Training on spotting and handling mental health issues in Armed Forces personnel has been rolled out to the ‘front line’ that deals with them on a regular basis.

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Back in the day& (Pic: Lloyds Banking Group Archives & Museum)

The ATM at 50: how a hole in the wall changed the world

Next time you withdraw money from a hole in the wall, consider singing a rendition of happy birthday.

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Research reveals British Folklore could be in danger of dying out within a generation

Research reveals British Folklore could be in danger of dying out within a generation

Imagine a day when Robin Hood becomes Robin Who.

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Have you bought any of the sandwich fillers?

Sainsbury’s recalls sandwich fillers in food bug scare

Sainsbury’s has removed 13 of its own-brand sandwich fillers from its shelves following the discovery of food bug listeria in them.

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Thousands of East Midlands patients put at risk after NHS contractor blunder

Thousands of patient records from the East Midlands have been left to pile up in a warehouse by a NHS contractor.

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Technology addiction leading to relationship breakdowns

Technology addiction leading to relationship breakdowns

Too much time spent checking social media whilst on holiday could result in arguments and even relationship breakdowns for couples this summer, a new survey has revealed.

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Take a trip back to the year you were born

Take a trip back to the year you were born

We’ve all heard of the good old days, but what was so good about them?

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A yellow warning for wind has been issued by the Met Office.

WEATHER ALERT: Rain warning issued for Notts

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for heavy, thundery rain for Nottinghamshire.

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