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Harron Homes donate £1,000 to Shireoaks Village Hall renovation project

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Pictured from East Midlands Ambulance Service on Facebook.

'ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING': Paramedic returns to vehicle after long night shift to find vandals have done this to it

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Connors followed the refuse collectors and shouted abuse at them.

PICS: Bassetlaw thug hurled abuse and drove after refuse collectors who didn’t empty his bin

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A picture of some of the household waste dumped in Worksop.

Fly-tippers fined more than £2,200 after dumping waste across Worksop- including Jenny’s café sign

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Crash drink-driver fell over after she arrived at care home to start work

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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Five people wanted over alleged crimes in Nottinghamshire

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Comic fans must not miss World Comic Book Day at Worksop store

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'First of its kind festival' to be held at Sherwood Pines Forest

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Pictured is Derby Crown Court.

Boozed-up dangerous driver who caused chaos is spared from jail

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RISE AND SHINE: All your latest morning news

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Restoration of historic Worksop station is on track

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Would you challenge a parking ticket?

East Midlands drivers most likely in England to challenge a parking ticket

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Worksop health club joins electric car revolution with charging points

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Filling up has proved problematic for some officers - but not in Notts

How far will your car run on the fuel warning light - and can you get in trouble for running out of petrol?

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Average speed cameras

Average speed cameras in Nottinghamshire: How they work and how to avoid a fine

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Crash drink-driver fell over after she arrived at care home to start work

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Pictured is Derby Crown Court.

Boozed-up dangerous driver who caused chaos is spared from jail

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Police caught man with suspected zombie-drug Mamba in town centre

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Britain’s Most Wanted list: sexual crimes

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93 per cent of Nottinghamshire pupils get chosen primary school place

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A-Level courses will be taught at the Elizabethan Academy in Retford from September as part of a major shake-up for post-16 education in the area.

Retford post-16 education set for major changes to boost local economy

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Volunteers from BT with Jill Carter and Jessie Carter-Kay of Pulp Friction and fire station manager Chris Emmott.

Nottinghamshire fire service HQ gets social enterprise vegetable patch

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These are the 10 degrees that offer graduates the highest paid jobs

10 degrees that could bag you the highest paid jobs

Education
Has Wally been found? This youngster dresses the part as he reads a 'Where's Wally?' book

Snow is in the good books of these kids

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Welbeck food school founder turns television judge in new BBC series

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Thousands apply for Canine Cottages critic job as deadline approaches

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A-Level courses will be taught at the Elizabethan Academy in Retford from September as part of a major shake-up for post-16 education in the area.

Retford post-16 education set for major changes to boost local economy

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The refurbished passenger footbridge at Worksop station

Restoration of historic Worksop station is on track

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93 per cent of Nottinghamshire pupils get chosen primary school place

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A-Level courses will be taught at the Elizabethan Academy in Retford from September as part of a major shake-up for post-16 education in the area.

Retford post-16 education set for major changes to boost local economy

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Date:26th April 2010.'Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, visiting Leeds, at The Light, supporting the conservative party election campaign.

POLL: Will World Cup echo 1936 Berlin Olympics?

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Clumber Park, Worksop.

Prime Minster urged to back National Trust over Clumber Park fracking

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Protesters gather outside Nottinghamshire fire & rescue service HQ. Jason Zadrozny, Samantha Deakin and Matt Relf.

Fire chiefs approve plan to reduce night-time cover at Ashfield and Retford

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Worksop health club joins electric car revolution with charging points

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Clumber Park, Worksop.

Prime Minster urged to back National Trust over Clumber Park fracking

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Potholes similar to this can be found on many roads in the Worksop and Retford area.

Millions to be spent on improving potholed roads

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John Ingham, Hanson's principal landscape architect - the mineral extraction company has renewed its corporate membership of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust as it looks towards the start of restoration work at  the Newington Quarries complex in Misson.

Quarry firm plans to restore Misson site to wetland wildlife habitat

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Which Nottinghamshire pharmacies are open over Easter?

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‘Soulmates’ die just days apart

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VIDEO: East Midlands Ambulance Service reveal how vehicles prepared

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Steve Booker

Health centre staff shortlisted for prestigious awards

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Snow and ice have been forecast next week

A danger to life: How cold will it get as the Beast from the East arrives in Notts?

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