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Notts police praised for positive work with victims of hate crime - but the force said it has more to do

Nottinghamshire Police have been praised for its work dealing with hate crime today (Thursday, June 19) in a national inspection report.

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Worksop man raises £1000 during a charity skydive for hospice in memory of his niece

Lekisha Brown was one of the first children to be cared for by Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice before she passed away aged ten, but her memory still lives on as her uncle raised £1,000 for the hospice eight years on.

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Free WiFi will go live this month for visitors in the town to help them get the most out of their trip.

Free internet for Worksop town centre visitors

Using mobile data to look where you are going is one of the most annoying things a visitor can face - but do not worry as Worksop is one step ahead of the problem.
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Sherwood Forest Center Parcs ranger raises magpie by hand - and he now sits on his shoulder

A magpie has been raised by hand from a week-old chick by a Sherwood Forest Center Parcs ranger after it was abandoned in a garden.
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New discount shop to open in Retford

A discount store is setting up shop in Retford - offering special bargains on its first day.

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Picture of the fire by  Watch Manager Jamie Croshaw

Fire at a derelict building in the Worksop town centre

Firefighters tackled a fire at derelict building in the early hours of the morning.
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PD Monty, a three-year-old German Shepherd.

Two new Nottinghamshire police dogs graduate

Police dogs Wolf and Monty join Nottinghamshire Police as they complete their licencing.

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The action was part of a week-long operation coordinated by the National Crime Agency and the West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit.

Worksop man arrested for cyber crime

A 28-year-old man from Worksop has been arrested as part of a national drive to deter cyber hacking.

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'He was much loved' - family pays their respects to a man murdered in Worksop

The family of a 44-year-old man who died following a stabbing in Worksop has said he was "much loved".
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Man charged with murder after fatal stabbing in Worksop

A 38-year-old man has been charged with murder and is to appear in court today after a fatal stabbing in Worksop.
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Good morning and welcome to our live Rise and Shine feed on Thursday, June 28.
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The winning design for the new country wide war memorial for Nottinghamshire

New Nottinghamshire WW1 memorial plans are 'utterly unnecessary'

The friends of a park where a new Nottinghamshire war memorial is planned to be built have called the design 'utterly unnessary'.

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Investigations continue after a fatal stabbing in Worksop

Police remain at the scene of a fatal stabbing in Worksop as enquiries continue.
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The victim has been taken to Sheffield Northern General Hospital for treatment.

Appeal following a serious assault in Retford

A 25 year-old man was left with serious head injuries following an assault in Retford.

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Firefighters have tackled a fire at a hospital in Worksop.

Fire at a Worksop hospital

Firefighters have tackled a fire at a hospital in Worksop.

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Video captures moment firefighters rescue IGUANA from roof of Nottinghamshire house

An iguana found itself in an awkward situation when it got stuck on a roof in Nottinghamshire.

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The car on the M1

PICTURES: Car destroyed in M1 crash

The driver and passenger of a car which flipped over after crashing on the M1 walked away with "very minor injuries".

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