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Wetherspoons England flags 'ban': Why pubs are being asked NOT to hang England flags for World Cup

Staff at Wetherspoons pubs across England are being asked not to hang England flags for the World Cup.
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Sherwood Forest Hospitals stroke team celebrate their A rating.

Trust that runs Kings Mill at top of national leaderboard for stroke care

The Trust that runs Kings Mill Hospital has been named as one of the top ten trusts across the country for delivering outstanding care to stroke patients.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Two brothers await sentencing after assaulting a debt collecting enforcement officer

Two brothers assaulted a High Court enforcement agent by pushing him after he had visited one of their homes to recover a debt.

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Lincs: Results from the courts

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These are the medicines no longer available on the NHS

The 35 medicines no longer available on NHS prescription from this month

The NHS has banned free prescriptions for some 'over the counter' medicines starting this month.
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COURT RESULTS: Mansfield

The following people from the Mansfield areas have recently appeared before the courts.

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Cheer up! You could be waiting for a bus somewhere other than Notts!

NOTTS: HAPPIEST BUS PASSENGERS IN UK

People who use the buses in Nottinghamshire are more satisfied than anywhere else in the country, a new survey has shown.

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An old Nottinghamshire women's football team. Photo: Arnold History Group

Old photos needed for new book about the women of Nottinghamshire

Old photos of Nottinghamshire women are needed by local historian Val Wood for her new book.

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NOTTS: COUNCIL WORKER SCUPPERED FRAUD ATTEMPT

A council worker prevented the taxpayer from being scammed out of thousands of pounds when they realised they were being targeted by fraudsters.

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The live webchat will take place this afternoon

Chief Constable to answer questions about joining police force in live webchat

Nottinghamshire Police's Chief Constable will be answering questions about becoming a police officer on a live webchat this afternoon.

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Coun Reg Adair (second left) shakes hands on the �2.7 million contract award with Steve Henderson of Openreach, together with Ceren Clulow  and Adrian Smith (both Nottinghamshire County Council)

New faster broadband for Nottinghamshire’s rural communities

People living in some of the most rural parts of Nottinghamshire are set to benefit from a further £2.7 million boost to fibre broadband.

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Darren Pearce presents the cheque to Claire Rintoul and Lily-Mai Davies (left)

Meadowhall presents fantastic final charity total to Bluebell Wood Hospice

Staff and management at the Meadowhall Shopping Centre have announced the that centre has raised £128,000 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospital.

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Andrew Briggs, with daughter Freyja, runs in the fun run this  weekend

Nottinghamshire man Andrew is doing family fun run a year after undergoing heart surgery

A Nottinghamshire man who had a pulmonary valve replacement just last year, is running a heart charity’s 5K fun run this weekend.

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Good morning!

RISE AND SHINE: Weather, travel and fun features to kick-start your day

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Teen rescued from water at Whitwell

Teen rescued from water at Whitwell

Firefighters rescued an injured teenager in a water rescue at Whitwell.

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RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

Good morning and welcome to our live feed on Sunday, June 17.

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M1 will be closed in both directions near East Midlands airport tonight (Saturday)

M1 will be closed in both directions near East Midlands airport tonight (Saturday)

The M1 is to be closed tonight in both directions overnight between junctions 24 and 24a.

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Retford resident Sarah Edwards was awarded a British Empire Medal in the Queen's Birthday honours list in recognition of her services to early years education.

Bassetlaw early years expert given medal in Queen’s birthday honours

A Retford woman was named in the Queen’s birthday honours list last weekend in recognition of decades of service to early years education.

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Finley Williams with Lucy Rathbone, community fundraiser at Bluebell Wood

Finley is a fundraising star for Bluebell Wood Hospice

A young lad is doing his bit to help BluebellWood children’s hospice by joining the hospice’s fundraising club.

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Noisy Worksop shooting range hit with £12k court costs after breaching regulations 79 times

The company director of a shooting range in Worksop has been slapped with almost £12,000 in fines and costs after breaching regulations 79 times over nine months.

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