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2 hrs ago | Nottingham Evening Post
Gotham: Police are warning residents after a theft from a shed in St Andrews Close.
12 hrs ago | Doncaster Free Press
I recently visited some impressive young people at Campsmount College in Campsall, which is in my constituency, for a question and answer session.
16 hrs ago | Doncaster Free Press
Services 59/291/399 - will run via Station Road, Doncaster Road, Wroot Road and normal route from Bank End Road.
17 hrs ago | Hucknall and Bulwell Dispatch
A Nottinghamshire MP has slammed the justice system after it emerged that a reckless driver who killed a father-to-be could be let out on day release - less than 12 months after he was jailed for five years.
Paul Gallagher is a reporter for the Independent and Independent on Sunday having joined the group in 2012.
Thomas Scott-Chambers, 28, is head of dangerous new pro-Russia group Za Rossiu, meaning For Russia, which backs Vladimir Putin's incursions on Ukraine This is the bespectacled young British extremist plotting to inspire a Russian takeover of Europe - from a flat above a second-hand car salesroom in Doncaster.
RDaSH Community Learning Disability Service staff with one of the new notebook computers.
A 'serious incident' is ongoing at Ranby prison in Retford with reports of a suspected 'fire' and prisoners 'taking control' of a cell block.
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The reduction of a bus service due to county council cuts will leave 'a third of Mansfield stranded' - residents have warned.
Dispatch district residents are being urged to have their say on budget cuts by the Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Police are searching for the driver of a grey panel van to help with their enquiries after a car drove into a house in Southwell.
WATCHING German bombers snarl over Beeston as she cradled her newly-born son sticks out in the mind of Norah Hicken, who is reflecting on a lifetime of memories as she turns 100 this weekend.
Crowds of revellers are flocking to the city centre for the start of Tramlines, which includes around 500 acts over three days.
A Worksop man who quit his job to help out in the community has been busier than ever following the Guardian's story.
Moves to extend the tram network into Kimberley could move another step closer when councillors meet next week to discuss its feasibility.
Bassetlaw MP John Mann has slammed the prison service by commenting that "the four suicides at Ranby Prison highlight the ongoing chaos in the running of British prisons."
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 11:38 pm
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