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Ten months prison for Notts man with multiple fire safety offences

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New smaller bins to be introduced by Newark and Sherwood Council are half the size of the original bins, pictured is Chris Drabble with his bins

Bin change is rubbished

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Land off Chesterfield Road Huthwaite under purchase consideration from Ashfield DistrictCouncil

Council accused of being prepared to pay over the odds to clinch Huthwaite land deal

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Court hearing.

Reports from the court

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Boozy sandwich confiscated from Notts racecourse

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Fears the over 50s have a drink problem as the baby boomers turn baby boozers

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Emergency services tackling motorist’s distractions

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RISE AND SHINE: Your morning news round up

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The stolen bike is similar to the one currently on display outside Ashfield District Council

Yellow Tour of Britain bicycle stolen from Sutton

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A party was held to launch the  Tour of Britain 2017 cycle race in Mansfield - but the council has drawn criticism from riding groups

Mansfield ‘double standards’ row over tour cycle ban

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Parents of crash victim pay tribute to their ‘precious princess’

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Mobile speeding cameras are out and about on Nottinghamshire's roads.

Speeding crackdown on Notts roads

Crime
The figures were obtained using the Freedom of Information Act.

75,000 speeding tickets issued in Notts in 2016 - and the top speed recorded might shock you

Transport
Traffic news

UPDATE: Two lanes reopened on M1 southbound after collision

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Traffic news

UPDATE: M1 slipway lane reopened after collision involving a caravan

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Reports from the court

Crime
Jason Polyik. Photo - Derby Telegraph.

Man cost Sports Direct £48,000 after hacking into their website - to try and get a job

Crime
Mobile speeding cameras are out and about on Nottinghamshire's roads.

Speeding crackdown on Notts roads

Crime
How McPhail's pet rabbit, Bugsy, was found by RSPCA inspectors after he had been starved to death.

Pet rabbit Bugsy starved to death in ‘unbelievable cruelty’

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Nottinghamshire A-level results day - Live

Education

REVEALED: Five top jobs you don't need a degree for

Education
A level results are released tomorrow.

COLUMN: Let's look out for those who don't get the A level grades they want

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Rachel Best

Top award for Mansfield midwife lecturer

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COLUMN: Ambition can lead to endless opportunities

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Tesco recalls thousands of products including Maltesers, Galaxy bars and Quorn mince

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Pork products sold at a leading supermarket may have infected British shoppers with a virus that can cause liver failure and death

Contaminated supermarket sausages could be infecting shoppers with hepatitis

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Mobile speeding cameras are out and about on Nottinghamshire's roads.

Speeding crackdown on Notts roads

Crime
The figures were obtained using the Freedom of Information Act.

75,000 speeding tickets issued in Notts in 2016 - and the top speed recorded might shock you

Transport

Mansfield ‘double standards’ row over tour cycle ban

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Colin and Sandra Campbell outside their shop.

Warsop bakery going from strength to strength

Business
Mansfield Civic Centre, home of Mansfield District Council.

Forum strengthens grip on Mansfield council as UKIP duo jump ship

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Mansfield Market Place.

COMMENT: Why Mansfield shouldn’t be tagged the most bigoted town in Britain?

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Court hearing.

Ashfield company boss fined after admitting tax offence

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Council says no to electric taxi

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Bullocks near Chatton.
 Picture by Jane Coltman

Burning manure ‘causes a stink’ with residents

Environment
Clumber Park.

Ineos threatens legal action against Clumber Park over fracking survey

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Rippon Homess site manager Keith Richards (left) with Mark Johnson, of Bilsthorpe Fisheries.

Spy cameras to deter fish poachers at Bilsthorpe ponds

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Fears the over 50s have a drink problem as the baby boomers turn baby boozers

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COLUMN: How to treat burns

Opinion
Naomi Betts (right) and best friend Jackie Illingworth - Pictures thanks to Nottingham Post

Tragic mum funds her own funeral

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The re-opening of the store, with Dame Mary Perkins, Hayley-Jo, store director Nigel Davidson and staff. (PHOTO BY: Rob Lacey)

Facelift creates the largest Specsavers store in the UK at Idlewells

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Relieved patient Stuart Artliff with the nurse at Kings Mill Hospital, Julia Rose, who first diagnosed his sepsis.

Patient returns to hospital to thank sepsis nurses who saved his life

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