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Plenty of festival fun for the young
Youngsters who failed to make it to Glastonbury this year will be delighted to hear two free festivals have been launched just for them.
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14 hrs ago
'Legal highs' seized in town shop raid
Officers seized the untested drugs which are often branded and labelled which fool businesses and customers into believing that they are safe to sell and consume on Thursday.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Nottingham Evening Post
Kimberley tram moves a little closer
PLANS to extend Nottingham's tram system further into the county will come another step closer when councillors meet to discuss the construction of a line into Kimberley.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
LETTER: school closure has left a 'ghastly scar on the landscape'
"Go to Walker Street and stand in front of the third house. Look across at Crich on the left, Underwood in front, High Park Woods and Annesley on the right.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
MP promoted in Cameron reshuffle
MP Anna Soubry, who represents Kimberley, has climbed another rung of the political ladder and now sits just one level below the Cabinet after Prime Minister David Cameron's reshuffle this week.
Lawrence Festival line-up
An explosive line-up has been put together for the 11th annual Eastwood-based DH Lawrence Festival, which will launch in the coming weeks.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
'Drought' of family homes
A charity that helps to tackle homelessness has warned that Broxtowe, which includes Eastwood and Kimberley, is facing a 'drought' of affordable homes.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Tickets on sale for mayor's garden party
Tickets for the Mayor of Broxtowe's garden party in aid of Cancer Research UK and Hope Nottingham are now on sale.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
PM supports tram line for Kimberley
During a visit to the town, David Cameron also spoke to people about money being invested to repair potholes, was shown the poor surface on Victoria Street and spoke to the Advertiser.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
New equipment for Kimberley park
Kids in Kimberley look set to benefit from brand new play equipment in a local park, after plans were approved by Broxtowe Borough Council.