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Mansfield heroin dealer snared after cops smelled cannabis

A Mansfield dealer who was caught with hard drugs in his home after police smelled cannabis outside has been sent to the crown court for sentencing.

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Drunk Sutton hairdresser shouted racial abuse

Police kicked down the door of a drunken Sutton hairdresser who was shouting racial abuse into the street, a court heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Mansfield man faces child sex charges at crown court

A Mansfield man faces child sex charges at Nottingham Crown Court.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court

“Leathered” Langold man kicked cop in face after street brawl

A “leathered” Langold man kicked a police officer in the face as he was arrested for fighting in the street after a 12-hour drinking binge, a court has heard.

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Woolworth store in Mansfield

Couls Woolworths be making a return to Mansfield?

Could Woolworths be set to return to Mansfield after former boss makes admission?

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Zena Wardle (second from left), of headline sponsor Polypipe, with some of her fellow judges.

Judge praises high standard of entries in apprenticeship awards

One of the leading judges in a new awards scheme to celebrate apprenticeships in an area that includes Mansfield and Ashfield has praised the standard of entries.

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Iron Maiden are live at Nottingham Arena next week

Iron Maiden are back to rock the Arena

Rock legends Iron Maiden are live at the Motorpoint Nottingham Arena next week.

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Shared Lives carer Jean Bere, right, on her farm with Terri-ann Davies. Picture: Tracey Whitefoot.

Mansfield woman hails farmer for sharing her life

A partially-deaf woman from Mansfield has hailed a scheme encouraging residents to open their homes to vulnerable adults.

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‘May the Forza be with all in the famous Garibaldi!’

They may not have put more than 100 million pounds into Nottingham Forest but their input can only be described as priceless. They, my friends, are Forza Garibaldi!

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Mum drove drunk and dangerously with young son in Forest Town

A mum drove drunk and dangerously with her ten-year-old son in the car before she was arrested in Forest Town, a court has heard.

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The attack happened at HMP Moorland, Doncaster.

Mansfield dad-to-be poured boiling water over fellow prisoner

A prisoner and dad-to-be from Mansfield has been handed more jail time after he threw boiling water over a fellow inmate.

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Ben Lowe (centre) with friends Jason and Katie, and his dad Martin, after their marathons.

Ben pulls his socks up with six marathons in six days for charity

Specialist sports socks made by the Sutton company he works for came in handy when Ben Lowe completed six marathons in six days for charity.

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

RUMOUR MILL: Mourinho tells De Gea he can leave Old Trafford | Lyon want Martial on loan | Oxlade-Chamberlain set to be offered a £100,000-a-week deal | Stoke to swoop for Malaga striker | Liverpool to smash transfer record to lure Van Dijk | James wants Manchester United switch

Here are today’s rumours from the world of football.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Mansfield man told court: cannabis helps me sleep

A Mansfield man who was caught with cannabis during a disturbance in the town centre told a court it helps him sleep.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Boozer’s Mansfield vodka spree ends in detox

A boozer who was arrested after a vodka spree in Mansfield town centre is now on an alcohol detox course, a court has heard.

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Worksop drink drive man: “Things didn’t go to plan...”

A Worksop man will lose his job after failing to complete a breathalyser test, a court heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court

Hostel threat man allowed to stay on in Mansfield

A Mansfield man who was drunk when he threatened and swore at hostel staff has been allowed to stay there, a court heard.

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Site manager Neil Vickers, who is hoping to win a prestigious award.

Rise from apprentice bricklayer to shortlist for site manager of year

A Sutton man who has worked his way up in the building industry from apprentice bricklayer to site manager is in line to land a prestigious award.

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Voters will go to the polls on Thursday, May 4.

Who is bidding for your vote at Notts council election?

It may have been overshadowed by the calling of a General Election in June, but voters will go to the polls before that to elect local councillors.

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