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Here’s a sneak peek at what’s coming up in this week’s edition:
- Supermarket and stadium plan goes back to public inquiry.
- Free garlic bread worth £2 for every reader.
- Win tickets to Snow White in Worksop.
- Body discovered at Blyth hotel.
- Nuisance residents given anti-social behaviour injunctions.
- Prisoner jailed for threatening Worksop man dies from cancer.
- Rogue traders try to con elderly Clowne man.
- Woman who stole from employers is ordered to pay back almost £20,000.
- Competition to find Bassetlaw’s best Christmas lights.
- Hodthorpe man and police officer admit drugs offence.
- Jobs secured after company lands airport contract.
- Council responds to charity’s budget cut criticisms.
- Worksop to pilot prostate cancer scheme.
- Worksop man’s model truck collection to go under the hammer.
- HOPE director speaks about his plans for the future.
- Leisure centre worker awarded Guardian Rose.
- U-turn on miners fuel allowance is welcomed.
- Carlton dance school secures hat-trick glory.
- Fundraising success for Worksop baby.
- Cinema review: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
- Restaurant review: The Woodman, Bramley.
and much, much more...
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