Politicians pay tribute to Nelson Mandela
His administration replaced the racist white-minority regime that had enforced segregation of black and white people in a policy known as apartheid.
Video: Councillor outlines new parking restrictions proposed for outside Worksop school
For several years some parents picking children up from Worksop Priory C of E Primary have caused a parking nightmare for local residents.
Friday Dec 6
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Power cut plunges Lincolnshire into darkness
Lincoln and a number of surrounding villages, plus areas as far afield as Retford and Worksop in neighbouring Nottinghamshire were without power.
Friday Dec 6
Company ordered to pay A 8k in compensation after selling van with false milage reading
A COMPANY has been ordered to pay A 8,000 compensation to a Dorset woman after selling her a 'clocked' horsebox van.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Bassetlaw: Illegal waste operators must pay A 120,000
Fines and costs totalling more than 120,000 have been imposed in a court case over illegal waste operations in Bassetlaw.
Worksop: Cyber fraudsters swiped A 250,000 from company account
A business which lost almost 250,000 after a cyber attack is back from the brink of closure, potentially saving 100 jobs.
Worksop: Christmas arrives at Bassetlaw Hospital
Children from Norbridge Academy sang carols at the Bassetlaw Hospital's annual Christmas Tree lighting performed by chairman Chris Scholey and Rev Simon Russell on Monday Christmas got underway at Bassetlaw Hospital this week with the switching on of the Christmas tree lights, starting the festive season at the hospital.
Worksop: Woman found breaching her injuction hiding in wardrobe
Members of the public had tipped off Bassetlaw Council officials that she was at 28 Kent Close, an area prohibited under the terms of her ASBI.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Worksop: Neighbours tell care home 'enough is enough'
Plans to extend a Worksop care home have been knocked back by councillors to the relief of residents living nearby, 90 of whom objected to it.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Worksop: Man in court for shop theft
Callum Pressley, 20, of Rushey Close, pleaded guilty to theft of baby milk on 21st October and theft by finding of a mobile phone on 5th October.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Lincolnshire: Police issue clown alert
Lincolnshire Police have received reports from residents being approached by clowns as part of the craze that is sweeping across the East Midlands.
Worksop: Do you recognise this man?
Police want to speak to the man in this image in connection with the theft of 30 from Asda in Memorial Avenue, Worksop.
Worksop: Help police solve meat theft
Can you help police identify this man? Officers want to speak to him after the theft of meat from One Stop Shop in Retford Road, Worksop.
'Fraudsters stole 240k but NatWest wouldn't help': Fears over Bankline cyber attacks
Dozens of businesses with NatWest accounts face crippling losses after fraudsters bypassed the bank's online security systems to steal sums running into hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Worksop: Cadets offer advice door-to-door
Young Notts Police cadets went door knocking in Worksop on Tuesday night to promote the force's Leave A Light On campaign.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Children in Need fundraising
Schools, workplaces and community groups all clubbed together to boost the annual appeal to help change the lives children across the UK.
Worksop: Bus station plans ready for all to see
The wheels of progress are well and truly turning on plans for Worksop's new 3.2 million bus station.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Court results: Worksop and Rotherham areas
Adrian Phillips, 53, of Sunnyside Close, North Anston. Drink driving. Breath test recorded 113mcgs alcohol in 100mls breath, above legal limit of 35mcgs.
Worksop: ASBO given to known street drinker
A well known street drinker and beggar has been issued with an ASBO after acting in a manner likely to cause harassment, alarm or stress.
Editor's Comment: Six year prison sentence handed to Glen Kitchens' killer is an outrage
In 2016, just three years after he killed Glen Kitchens in Worksop town centre in a mindless act of violence, teenage thug Jadon Jackson will be eligible for parole.