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£38,000 road safety scheme for Worksop accident blackspot

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Mansfield Magistrates' Court

Worksop: see who has been before the courts

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

Cancer welfare finance service marks tenth anniversary

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Andy Hirst is reflecting on 25 years of the SK58 Birders

Guest column: Celebrating 25 years of sharing life with the birds of SK58

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WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGES: ASDA withdraws own brand nappies after baby 'left blistered'

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Salvation Army band enjoying park concert revival

Music

Show pride for Notts when Tour of Britain comes

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Crack cocaine pair preyed on same Sutton store to feed habits

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News from the courts

Jail for Sutton woman who smashed phone box and estate agent windows

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Drunk builder arrested when he tried to stop Mansfield fight

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Speeding crackdown on Notts roads

Crime 1
The East Midlands Chamber has hit out at a government decision not to electrify the Midland Mail Line all the way through the East Midlands.

Government wrong not to electrify all of Midland Main Line, East Midlands Chamber says

Transport 2
Jet2 has apologised to those who were on the plane.

Terrifying moment UK-bound plane ‘fell from the sky’ on return leg from Ibiza

Transport 1
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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Mobile speed cameras are operating on roads across Nottinghamshire.

Mobile cameras are watching your speed on these Nottinghamshire roads

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Worksop: see who has been before the courts

Crime
The victim was left 'extremely shaken' by the aggravated burglary.

Pensioner punched in her face by two burglars in her Worksop home

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Underage drinking, flying a kite in a park and changing a CD while driving all make the list.

The laws that many Brits don't even know they are breaking

Crime
Identity information for sale on the hidden internet can range from login details for film streaming account for full profiles of indviduals including bank account information.

REVEALED: The top 20 British postcodes where stolen identities are for sale on the web

Crime

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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The top earning industries for graduate include construction.

REVEALED: The best and worst paying industries for graduates

Education

Survey reveals some parents are struggling to afford school uniforms

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Bad parking is the number one annoyance at the school gates for parents in the Midlands.

POLL: Bad parking, smoking or dog mess - What's your pet hate at the school gates?

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Cancer welfare finance service marks tenth anniversary

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Find out how new data laws could affect your business

Business
The new 12-sided 1 coin is now more common than its round predecessor.

This is how long you've got to spend your old £1 coin

Business
There are currently a variety of full and part-time vacancies on offer at Meadowhall.

Want a new job? Here's 20 jobs at Meadowhall you can apply for right now

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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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FIR2rc

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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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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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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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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Dr Shahed Quraishi.

Bassetlaw surgeon elected president of Royal Society

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FIRST AID FRIDAY: Spotting and treating a seizure

Health

St John Ambulance: 140 years of lifesaving first aid

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