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3 hrs ago | IcLoughborough
RESIDENTS are being asked to raid their attics and cupboards as part of plans to mark the First World War centenary.
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8 hrs ago | Retford Today
This week it was my honour to present the owner of The Chippy on the Hill at Manton - Debbie Keeling - with our inaugural Chip Shop of the Year award as voted for by Worksop Guardian Readers.
11 hrs ago | Sheffield Star
John Chapman, Rotary club of Doncaster St Leger secretary presents Bessacarr primary school pupil Tatiana Bujor, eight, with her trophy after coming first in the Rotary District childrens story competition held throughout Doncaster.
UK coal, which owns the mine, had said that it planned to re-open it if investment could be found to develop a new coal seam.
The earth shook Leicestershire and Rutland for around four to five seconds just after 7am.
Bikers from across the county, including one from Hucknall, all took part in the annual Easter Egg Run organised by Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service.
I hope that I still have a good number of you that enjoy reading my column every fortnight and for those of you that do, I must start with an apology.
A Rainworth-based support group for children with Autism and their families is going from strength to strength and successfully raising the profile of the disability whilst offering more help to more families than ever before.
He says he worked behind the doors pictured in the photo as commercial mechanic at the time this picture was taken Picture from coach cleaning company Yates in Derby Road, Loughborough.
Jazz and contemporary improvised music have had numerous iconoclasts, who questioned and reshaped forms that they inherited, and, as an aural tradition, the music develops as these boundary pushers collaborate and share their knowledge, so the future generations of musicians can push ahead.
Drivers have been warned there could be disruption next week when work starts on the next phase of a 15 million town centre transport scheme.
Two Huthwaite brothers have been jailed for their part in a violent attack on a family which was 'motivated by revenge and fuelled by alcohol'.
Joshua Davey, 21, of Deptford Crescent, Bulwell, stabbed Danny Parekh 16 times at a play area off Oakleigh Street, in Old Basford, Nottingham, on Sunday 8th July 2012.
Worksop residents are in uproar over plans to develop Gateford Toll Bar into an access road that will be used by up to 1,000 vehicles.
Bassetlaw Council's planning committee has voted against Notts County Council's proposals to build a waste transfer station on the old Dukeries House site on Claylands Avenue in Worksop.
The following crimes were reported to police on April 15 and 16. Anyone with information please call South Yorkshire Police on 101.