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Devastated Warsop teen appeals for help after beloved pet Yorkie critically injured in hit-and-run smash

A “devastated” Warsop teenager whose beloved pet Yorkie is at risk of being put to sleep after being critically injured in a hit-and-run smash has appealed for donations towards the pooch’s treatment.

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Rokia Brown helping out one of the stalls.

New monthly Ashfield market is worldly

A new monthly food market has been launched by a woman who wants to encourage regeneration in ex-mining towns.

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Drug deals taking place outside bedroom windows of Mansfield sheltered housing

Drug deals taking place outside bedroom windows of Mansfield sheltered housing

A Layton Burroughs resident has said that she is at her wits end after drugs have ravaged her once-quiet neighbourhood.

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Mansfield Town owner, John Radford, with new manager David Flitcroft at the One Call Stadium press call on Thursday, also pictured are Caroline Radford the Chief Executive and new assistant manager Ben Futcher.

Radford wants to see talented youngsters make the step up to Stags’ first team

John Radford said one of his ambitions for next season was to see one of the club’s talented youngsters go all the way into the first team.

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Mansfield and Ashfield obituaries, May 23

Click the link to see the latest gallery of tributes to loved ones.

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Teaching assistant Sue Cooper outside number 10 Downing Street with Mansfield's MP, Ben Bradley.

Memorable trip to meet Prime Minister for ‘Super Cooper’

A popular teaching assistant, affectionately known at her Mansfield Woodhouse school as ‘Super Cooper’, was treated to a memorable day at number 10 Downing Street, where she met the Prime Minister.

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The parade in Mansfield, Ohio which the parade is based on.

Last chance to join new Mansfield Mayor’s Parade

With the first ever Mayor’s Community Parade around the corner it is the last chance to sign up to take part.

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Tributes are to be cleared from graves at a church in Farnsfield- but there’s a good reason for it

A vicar is backing a move to stop families from leaving plastic ornaments and other tributes at graves in a Farnsfield churchyard so that the site can become a natural haven for wildlife.

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Stags chairman John Radford

Radford offers update on Woburn Lane training ground and Hilton Hotel projects

Mansfield Town will be playing at their new training ground in Woburn Lane, Pleasley, by mid-September.

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Stags continue contract talks with MacDonald

Negotiations continue on a new extended contract for Mansfield Town midfielder Alex MacDonald.

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How police spot a drink driver - even before they’ve stopped your car

Police officers have issued a warning to drink and drug drivers who think they can get away with it: Don’t bother.

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Malcolm Hall, boss of Hall-Fast, with Mansfield's MP, Ben Bradley (right).

Responsible company is championed in Parliament for its community work

A thriving Mansfield company has been hailed in Parliament both for its success in business and also its generous contribution to the community as a whole.

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RUMOUR MILL: Poch hoping to bring Man Utd star to Spurs

RUMOUR MILL: Poch hoping to bring Man Utd star to Spurs

Here are the stories making today’s back pages (Friday 25th May).

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Mum who was more than twice over limit drove child to Warsop nursery - at 8.50am

A mum of five had her child in the car when she was over the drink drive limit outside a Warsop nursery school before nine in the morning, magistrates were told.

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More than �2.4m of fake tobacco products was sezied by Nottinghamshire Trading Standards last year

Huge haul of fake tobacco seized in the county last year

More than £2.4 million of illicit tobacco products was seized across Nottinghamshire by the County Council’s trading standards officers in 2017-18 – an eight-fold increase on the previous year.

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Nathan Jones (left) new Student's Union president at West Nottinghamshire College, with outgoing president Lewis Maskery

Nathan named new Student’s Union president at college

Nathan Jones has been chosen to be president of West Nottinghamshire College Students’ Union for the next academic year.

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Paddy Tipping, Police and Crime Commissioner  for Nottinghamshire

Have your say on tackling rural crime in your area

Paddy Tipping, Nottinghamshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has called on people to take part in a major crime survey measuring the effects of rural crime.

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Pupils can meet Peter Rabbit on their way to lessons. Photo: Louise Brimble

New mural brings reading to life for Blisthorpe pupils

Artist Jo Bell has painted a magical mural at Blisthorpe Flying High Academy.

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RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

Good morning and welcome to our live feed on Friday May 25.

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