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Chief Constable to answer questions about joining police force in live webchat

Nottinghamshire Police's Chief Constable will be answering questions about becoming a police officer on a live webchat this afternoon.

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Coun Reg Adair (second left) shakes hands on the �2.7 million contract award with Steve Henderson of Openreach, together with Ceren Clulow  and Adrian Smith (both Nottinghamshire County Council)

New faster broadband for Nottinghamshire’s rural communities

People living in some of the most rural parts of Nottinghamshire are set to benefit from a further £2.7 million boost to fibre broadband.

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Andrew Briggs, with daughter Freyja, runs in the fun run this  weekend

Nottinghamshire man Andrew is doing family fun run a year after undergoing heart surgery

A Nottinghamshire man who had a pulmonary valve replacement just last year, is running a heart charity’s 5K fun run this weekend.

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RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

Good morning and welcome to our live feed on Sunday, June 17.

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Do you recognise this man?

Appeal to find man in connection with assault where Mansfield man clung to bonnet of getaway car after catching thieves in the act

Police officers have released an image of a man they want to speak to after a serious assault in Mapperley where a man was driven at by a car.

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An example of plastic pollution by a river.

Council joins fight to reduce plastic pollution

Environmentally-friendly Broxtowe Borough Council is to play its part in the global drive to reduce plastic pollution.

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Carer took cocaine then sexually assaulted woman at Mansfield village birthday party

A Rainworth carer took cocaine for the first time before sexually assaulting and punching a woman in the face on Christmas Eve, a court heard.

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Bid to make roads around Nottinghamshire schools safer after child dies

A specialist group is working to make the roads around Nottinghamshire schools safer after the death of a 10-year-old boy in Retford.

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Reporter Shelley Marriott tries wearing the 'beer goggles'

Try and score a goal while wearing ‘beer goggles’ as part of summer drink driving campaign

An awareness raising campaign urging revellers in Nottinghamshire to ‘avoid the penalties’ of drink driving this summer is launching on Monday, June 18.

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Teenage boy charged with driving ‘erractically’ around Eastwood on a moped

Officers arrested two boys after a report of a moped being taken before being driven erratically around Eastwood, Giltbrook and Newthorpe.

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Former Nottinghamshire police officer dismissed after relationship with domestic abuse victim

A former police officer has been dismissed from Nottinghamshire Police for gross misconduct

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Sutton man faces sex assault charge

A Sutton man who has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman has been sent to crown court for trial.

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Rolls Royce, Hucknall

Rolls Royce announces plans to cut 4,600 jobs

Engineering firm Rolls Royce - which has a base in Nottinghamshire - has announced plans to cut 4,600 jobs.

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The DH Lawrence Birthplace Museum in Eastwood.

Lawrence archive stays in county after being bought by university

A unique archive of treasures linked to Eastwood’s most famous son, DH Lawrence, has been acquired by the University of Nottingham.

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Grieving Mansfield shoplifter had lost twin, dad and girlfriend

A Coventry man who travelled to Mansfield after receiving tragic news and armed himself with pliers to go shoplifting, has been jailed.

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RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

Good morning and welcome to our live feed on Thursday, June 14.

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Ethel is still ‘fighting fit’

Ethel is still ‘fighting fit’

A woman who spent her whole life living in Cromford Road, Langely Mill, has just turned 100 and is still fighting fit.

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Walk is tributed to Doreen

Walk is tributed to Doreen

Organisers of an annual ‘coffin walk’ held to replicate a journey made by mourners 150 years ago say this year’s event will be held in memory of one of the walk’s biggest supporters.

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