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RUMOUR MILL: Wenger still hopeful of keeping Ozil as Chelsea prepare another bid for Barkley

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is still hopeful that he can persuade Mesut Ozil to stay at the club, according to today’s football rumour mill.

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Alex Hales, who is raring to go in the one-day internationals against Australia. (PHOTO BY: Mark Fear Photography)

Hales can be a big hit in Australia, says Franks

Big-hitting batsman Alex Hales can make a major impact in England’s one-day internationals against Australia early next year, believes Nottinghamshire’s assistant head coach, Mansfield’s Paul Franks.

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CITY FOCUS: Nottingham is jam-packed and perfect for a festive visit

CITY FOCUS: Nottingham is jam-packed and perfect for a festive visit

If you like the hustle and bustle of a modern city in the run-up to Christmas, but with all the attractions within walking distance of each other, then Nottingham is right up your street.

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A loco on the line at Midland Railway - Butterley

FESTIVE REVIEW: all aboard the Santa Special trains at Midland Railway

Santa Claus is on his way......but wait, how can the children make sure the man in red knows what your kids would like on the big day?

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RISE AND SHINE: Your morning news and weather

RISE AND SHINE: Your morning news and weather

Catch up on yesterday’s top stories and find out the weather and school closures for today, Tuesday, December 12.

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The Overtones are back in Sheffield this weekend

The Overtones are back for Christmas

The Overtones are back at Sheffield City Hall this weekend with their annual Christmas show.

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Live music is back at The Frog in Worksop this weekend

Indie Manned are back in Worksop

Indie Manned are bringing the best of Britpop to The Frog in Worksop this weekend.

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John Lundstram has impressed manager Chris Wilder: Simon Bellis/Sportimage

Sheffield United: John Lundstram proves a point to manager Chris Wilder

John Lundstram deserves respect for coping with the ‘ridiculous hype’ surrounding his presence in Sheffield United’s starting eleven, manager Chris Wilder has claimed.

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Leon Clarke has worn the captain's armband in the last two games: Simon Bellis/Sportimage

Sheffield United: Blades boss explains why he has no problems handing Leon Clarke the armband when captain Billy Sharp goes off

Chris Wilder, the Sheffield United manager, has no plans to appoint a new vice-captain after Paul Coutts was ruled-out for the rest of the season through injury.

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Chris Wilder (left) says attack is the best form of defence: Simon Bellis/Sportimage

Sheffield United: Chris Wilder reveals why his team’s will always attack, no matter what the situation

Chris Wilder last night insisted nothing, not even being reduced to 10 men, will stop Sheffield United trying to win games of football so long as he remains in charge at Bramall Lane.

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The Twang.

Twang promise their best at Sheffield show

A decade since they were named the “the best new band in Britain” by the NME and completed recording their debut album, Love It When I Feel Like This, The Twang are back on tour, playing the record in full.

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Aidan Banyard is live in Worksop this weekend

Aidan is spreading some festive cheer in Worksop

Aidan Banyard & Friends are presenting Let It Snow at the Acorn Theatre in Worksop this weekend.

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Elf ideas to inspire your festive friends’ antics

Elf ideas to inspire your festive friends’ antics

We had a HUGE response to our elfie appeal.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Drunk Worksop dad crashed car into ex’s garden wall

A drunk Worksop dad who crashed into his ex-partner’s garden wall after boozing with mates has been banned, a court heard.

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Kyra Adams, 16,  is missing from her Nottinghamshire home

Police hunt for missing Notts teen

A teenager is missing from her Nottinghamshire home and police are concerned for her safety.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court

Mechanic nabbed for drink driving when Worksop cops saw beer cans in his car

A mechanic was nabbed when he was more than twice over the drink drive limit in Worksop after police spotted empty beer cans in his car, a court heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

“Young and stupid” Worksop man took his aunt’s car because he was bored

A Worksop man who took his aunt’s car out of boredom because he was “young and stupid and because he thought he could get away with it” was spotted by her as he drove away, a court heard.

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Kirkby man bricked mate’s window after row over tools

A Kirkby man hurled a brick through his friend’s window after they rowed over some tools, a court heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Drink driver borrowed car after losing wallet on Mansfield night-out

A Church Warsop man who was stranded in Mansfield after losing his wallet on a drunken night out, borrowed a car to get home and argued with police when he was stopped, a court heard.

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