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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."
Strike action will see train services between Worksop, Mansfield and Nottingham replaced by buses from Monday July 28 until Thursday July 31. The industrial action is being taken by engineering and maintenance staff in Derby, Leeds and Nottingham in a dispute over pay and conditions.
Proposals are being drawn up to close 17 of Doncaster's children's and youth centres over the next three years.
Gordon Mitchell's wage of A 995 a day was last night described as "obscene" and "hard to justify" as councillors met to appoint a new Town Hall boss following the departure of Jane Ratcliffe, who has stepped down as she is seriously ill with cancer.
Quiz show hosted by Bradley Walsh. Four contestants must pit their wits against the Chaser, a ruthless quiz genius determined to stop them winning the cash prize.
Nottinghamshire police say they would like to speak to this man following a theft from J&J Stores in Ossington Close, Meden Vale on Thursday 15th May. This website and its associated newspaper adheres to the Press Complaints Commission's Code of Practice.
Two prolific criminals from Doncaster who are believed to be responsible for a significant number of burglaries across Yorkshire and Humberside have been jailed for seven years each.
They were amongst 27 commended at a 'Celebration of Apprenticeships' staged by West Nottinghamshire College Group on Wednesday 16th July, to pay tribute to their hard work and achievements.
Leroy Carrington, 68, and Sheila Carrington, 58, from Killingworth in Tyne and Wear, were travelling in a Peugeot 206 when it was in collision with a Vauxhall Astra at about 11.15pm on Sunday 20 July.
Notts Police have confirmed that Worksop police station is not on the market despite claims from John Mann MP that the building is touted for sale.
In a week that sees Nottinghamshire Police judged as 'requiring improvement' the Crime Commissioner has announced Hucknall and Bulwell front counters will close.
Allowed himself to be carried in a stolen Honda on 4th April. Received 12-months conditional discharge, A 100 costs and A 15 victim surcharge.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 01:32 am
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