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Brothers ordered to pay back £167,650 of modern slavery gains

Two brothers who trafficked vulnerable men from Poland to work in a Sports Direct warehouse have been ordered to pay back £167,650.50 in criminal gains.

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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 Saturday, January 20.

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New bird restriction for Notts

New bird restriction for Notts

Nottinghamshire businesses, schools and residents who keep poultry and other captive birds are being told to restrict their birds’ movements as the whole of England has been declared as an avian influenza prevention zone as of yesterday (Thursday, January 18).

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An appeal has been made to trace relatives

Robber pushed victim against the wall before stealing money

Police officers in Gainsborough have launched an appeal to help provide them with information related to a robbery.

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LETTER: Roundabouts - why are they not used properly?

LETTER: Roundabouts - why are they not used properly?

Has anyone observed this weird signal at roundabouts? This is when a vehicle approaches a roundabout and signals to oncoming traffic that it intends to turn right, then proceeds to go straight on without giving the signal that it’s leaving the roundabout.

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LETTER: Pavement Parking - it makes my blood boil, time to fine

LETTER: Pavement Parking - it makes my blood boil, time to fine

I use a mobility scooter and regularly have to take my chances on the road because a vehicle of some sort is parked on the pavement.

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Rise and Shine

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

Good morning and welcome to our live feed on Friday, January 19.

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Coun Simon Greaves

Guest column: Public spaces are a jewel in Worksop’s crown

The memorial gardens and the Canch are a beautiful and family friendly part of Worksop town centre.

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John Mann MP

Guest column: New owner is great news for the Tigers

I was delighted at the news of a new owner for Worksop Town Football Club, which was announced this week and should make a huge difference to the club.

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Sir Kevin Barron MP

Guest column: New bill will help stamp out rogue landlords

My colleague Karen Buck MP has a bill going through Parliament that would ensure that rented houses are fit for human habitation.

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Nottinghamshire jobs up for grabs

Nottinghamshire jobs up for grabs

Great news for job hunters as there are plenty of jobs up for grabs this month across the county.

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Animal Magic: Cute capers caught on camera

Animal Magic: Cute capers caught on camera

Each Thursday our Animal Magic feature showcases the funniest, cutest and daftest pet pics from across the area. So why not paws for thought and check out this week’s motley crew?

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Animal Magic: Cute capers caught on camera

Animal Magic: Cute capers caught on camera

Each Thursday our Animal Magic feature showcases the funniest, cutest and daftest pet pics from across the area. So why not paws for thought and check out this week’s motley crew?

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VIDEO: Meet the seven-year-old flute player who is raising funds and capturing hearts on the street of Worksop

A budding musician from Harworth has been hitting the streets to raise money for charity while showcasing her musical talents.

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Cancer Research UK: Race for Life 5km

Notts women can save of Race for Life entry this month

Women can save 30 per cent on the entry fees for a popular charity run if they sign up this month.

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He was banned from the Queen Street area of Worksop.

Man banned from Worksop homeless shelter after abusing staff who were trying to help him

A Worksop man who subjected volunteers and staff at a homeless shelter to “weeks of abuse” has been banned from an area of the town centre.

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Is Worksop getting a KFC?

Is Worksop getting a KFC?

Since a job vacancy for a “KFC store in Worksop” appeared on Indeed.co.uk, fans of the fast food joint have been wondering if the town could be getting a KFC.

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35 trees have fallen overnight

35 trees have fallen overnight

Overnight 35 trees came down across Notts and Nottinghamshire County Council are still receiving reports.

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Councillor Kay Cutts, leader of Nottinghamshire County Council

Notts County Council leader apologises to victims of historical child sex abuse

The leader of Nottinghamshire County Council has today apologised to the victims and survivors of historical child sex abuse.
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