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50 nuggets of wisdom every parent should pass on to their kids

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Binge watching box sets bad for your health

Binge watching box sets bad for your health

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A glass of wine or pint of beer a day can help people to live longer

A glass of wine or pint of beer a day ‘can help people to live longer’

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Police teams carried out an operation on Huddersfield's roads.

Man knocked unconscious by single punch

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RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

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Manic scenes at Meadowhall Retail Park as shoppers queue for hours in huge discount store sale

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Company advertises job for a £28,000 a year sex toy tester - with unlimited holidays

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Ice hockey player makes Army history

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The figures were obtained using the Freedom of Information Act.

75,000 speeding tickets issued in Notts in 2016 - and the top speed recorded might shock you

Transport
Stephen Brailsford a former Rainworth miner has written a musical drawing on his experience in the coal industry.

Former Notts miner digs deep to write mining musical

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75,000 speeding tickets issued in Notts in 2016 - and the top speed recorded might shock you

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Traffic news

UPDATE: Two lanes reopened on M1 southbound after collision

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The commute to work is often the worst part of the day for many people.

Traffic jams costing UK economy £203 million a week

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Mobile speeding cameras are out and about on Nottinghamshire's roads.

Latest speeding crackdown on Notts roads

Transport
Complaints about parkingcharges more than doubled in the last year according to the figures.

Complaints about parking charges more than doubled in the last year

Transport

Spain terror attacks: Everything we know so far

Crime
13 people have died after the attack on Las Ramblas in Barcelona.

Police kill five terrorists wearing suicide belts in second attack in Spain

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Teenage drink-driver crashed into a garden wall

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Nottinghamshire man jailed after infecting two others with HIV

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Nottinghamshire A-level results day - Live

Education

REVEALED: Five top jobs you don't need a degree for

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A level results are released tomorrow.

COLUMN: Let's look out for those who don't get the A level grades they want

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John Mann MP chaired the mock select committee as they quizzed experts.

Bassetlaw MP hosts student summer school in Parliament

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School pupils and families got free advice from expert bike mechanics.

Primary school enjoys scorching summer sports week

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Manic scenes at Meadowhall Retail Park as shoppers queue for hours in huge discount store sale

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The figures were obtained using the Freedom of Information Act.

75,000 speeding tickets issued in Notts in 2016 - and the top speed recorded might shock you

Transport
Colin and Sandra Campbell outside their shop.

Warsop bakery going from strength to strength

Business
Employers on the list have been fined a record 1.9 million.

NAMED AND SHAMED: Notts businesses that underpaid staff

Business

Warsop bakery going from strength to strength

Business
Zoe Plummer was given a lifeline by the Macmillan welfare benefits team.

Cancer welfare finance service marks tenth anniversary

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Via East Midlands managing director Doug Coutts says the joint venture company has had a successful first year.

Council-backed highways company passes milestone

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Firbeck Hall as it stands today.

Campaign group welcome plans to restore Firbeck Hall

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John Mann MP chaired the mock select committee as they quizzed experts.

Bassetlaw MP hosts student summer school in Parliament

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Ineos threatens legal action against Clumber Park over fracking survey

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Anti-fracking motorcyclists set off from The Fox pub at Marsh Lane to raise awareness in affected villages.

Bikes ride out to highlight anti-fracking message

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Carburton and Clumber woods achieved the gold standard for resilience.

Bassetlaw woodlands win gold at national forestry awards

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The site at Springs Road, Misson, which is one of two within Bassetlaw where shale gas drilling has been given the go-ahead.

Anti-fracking activists blast go-ahead for shale gas drilling

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Sexual health services struggling with 25% surge in demand

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FIRST AID FRIDAY: What to do if someone has an allergic reaction

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FIRST AID FRIDAY: How to deal with a diabetic emergency

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Zoe Plummer was given a lifeline by the Macmillan welfare benefits team.

Cancer welfare finance service marks tenth anniversary

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FIRST AID FRIDAY: What to do if you suspect someone is having a stroke

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