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STOLEN PUPPIES: Can you help bring them back home?

Can you help reunite these stolen puppies with their owner?

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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

A government decision not to electrify the Midland Main Line railway all the way through the East Midlands is wrong, a leading business group has said.
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Bassetlaw boozer punched barman and paramedic who tried to help drunk girlfriend

A boozer punched a barman and a paramedic when they tried to help his drunken girlfriend after she fell flat on her face outside a Retford pub, a court heard.

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Woman hurt in three vehicle Balborough Crash

A woman has been hurt in a three vehicle crash in Balborough.

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LETTER: It’s drivers who are dangerous, not roads

LETTER: It’s drivers who are dangerous, not roads

In his column, John Mann states that he is concerned about the dangerous state of the A1 in this area after several accidents, including one fatal one in March.

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Warsop mum lied to cops in burglary probe

A Warsop mum’s lies to police investigating a burglary in which her boyfriend was a suspect were uncovered by technology, a court heard.

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Boozer punched cop after chase from Worksop bar

A young man who was carrying drugs punched and shoved police officers after they chased him from a Worksop bar, a court has heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Air-rifle man strip-searched at Mansfield court

A man who fired an air rifle in a Mansfield field was strip-searched by police officers when he appeared at court.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court

Drunk mourner kicked cop in stomach after grandma’s funeral

A drunken woman kicked a police officer in the stomach in a fracas after her grandmother’s funeral, a court heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

“Silly” drink driver turned back and got caught in Mansfield

A boozy woman realised she was in the wrong while drink driving in Mansfield and returned to a car park where she was arrested, a court heard.

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Rampton patient gouged nurse in the eye

A Rampton patient gouged a nursing assistant’s eye and wrecked his room because he felt “hard done by”, a court has heard.

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Nottinghamshire children left home alone over summer

Scores of children in Nottinghamshire face spending summer home alone as their parents struggle with childcare during the six weeks holidays, a children’s charity has revealed.

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Police at the scene of the protest.

Derbyshire protestors block road in anti-fracking demonstration

Protestors from Derbyshire and the surrounding region are demonstrating against shale gas plans outside a fracking site this morning.

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Becci Mason has set up the new business Debutots to provide entertainment for young children through drama

Becci is bringing drama into children’s lives

A Retford mum has turned her passion for drama into a new business offering events for children during term times and the summer holidays.

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Image released after purse is stolen from a pet shop in Chesterfield

Police have released a picture of a woman they would like to trace after a purse was stolen from a pet shop in Chesterfield.

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Jet2 has apologised to those who were on the plane.

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

An airline passenger flying home from Ibiza sent his wife what he thought was a final text as the plane he was on plummeted towards the sea in a 40-50 degree nosedive.
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Knife crime crackdown launches in Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire Police’s knife crime team carried out stop and search activity in Nottinghamshire this week.

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Bassetlaw students could be entitled to money back on their TV licences

Students could be entitled to money back on TV licence

As students pack up and move home for the summer, TV Licensing is reminding them they may be entitled to extra holiday spending money in the form of a refund.

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Paddy Tipping who has been re-elected at the Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner.

Fund helps Nottinghamshire’s female victims of violence

Women and girls in Nottinghamshire who are the victims of violence will be helped by a slice of £17million set aside by the Government to address the problem.

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Pupils from St Anne's school in Worksop presented The Lion King Jr

St Anne’s pupils are young theatre stars

Pupils from St Anne’s Primary School in Worksop swapped the classroom for the stage this month as they performed Disney’s The Lion King Jr at St Anne’s Church.

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