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Skimming devices being used at Notts cash machines

Two bank cards have been swallowed at Nottinghamshire cash machines following reports of skimming devices being used.

Police officers

Nominations for Notts police officer of the year now open

Nottinghamshire Police wants residents to recognise members of the force who have made a difference or gone the extra mile in the police annual awards.

B&M stores

Sold-out B&M hot tubs back on sale

With the weather heating up what better edition can there be in a garden than a hot tub?


EasyJet cancels hundreds of flights

More than 200 EasyJet flights have been cancelled this weekend due to a French air traffic control strike.

Police are concered for the safety of missing John Harrison

Missing Notts man found

Police have confirmed a missing Notts man has been found safe and well.

Temperatures are set to rise in the next week

Nottinghamshire could be as hot as Spain next week as Britain basks in mini heatwave

The temperature is on the rise and next week the UK will be basking in temperatures as hot as Spain, with temperatures set to reach a scorching 30C (86F).

VIDEO: Multi-million pound retail development at the former Vesuvius factory site in Worksop begins to take shape

Work has commenced on a multi-million pound development at the Vesuvius Works site in Worksop.

Lewis Dixon was just 14 when he passed away.

Brave Lewis’s legacy will live on after move to scrap child burial fees in Bassetlaw

A brave Worksop woman who campaigned for child burials to be made free in the district after losing her much-loved grandson to a brain tumour says his legacy will live on after her quest was successful.


IN PICTURES: A round-up of this week’s best readers’ pictures

Readers have been out and about taking pictures of life across the area. Click the link above to see a round-up of some of the best snaps sent in this week. If you would like to see your picture appear online and in the newspaper please send them in via email. They don’t have to be related to a news story - they could be a local landmark, a gathering of friends - anything that records everyday life.

Reverend Dave Gough with Bassetlaw District Council chair Madelaine Richardson.

St Anne’s arts festival to bring Worksop community together

Choirs, crafts and a summer fair are on the agenda at an upcoming community arts festival, hosted by St Anne’s Church.

Bike racer Scott Stone with Karen Allan, store director at Specsavers in Retford

Scott speeds into sponsorship deal with Retford opticians

An opticians in Retford is sponsoring an up and coming club road racer this year, continuing its campaign to support local sporting talent.

Councillor Alan Rhodes

Plans to abolish Nottinghamshire’s district and borough councils are rubbished

Plans to do away with district and borough councils in Nottinghamshire are ‘far fetched’ and very unlikely to come off, Labour’s leader in the county has said.

Coun Simon Greaves

Council leader is proud to see Bassetlaw flying the flag for England during the World Cup

The World Cup has started and for the first time in 12 years, England have won their opening game in a major tournament.

Good morning!

RISE AND SHINE: Weather, travel and fun features to kick-start your day

Good morning!
John Mann MP

MP calls for action at old Worksop recycling site in the wake of Rotherham fire

When I heard the news of the fire in Rotherham last Sunday evening I immediately thought of Worksop.

Sir Kevin Barron MP

Any attempts to block or stop Brexit are totally unacceptable

During the EU referendum in 2016, I passionately campaigned for Britain to remain in the European Union.

Social media was one of the main platforms used by child groomers

Police record 86 cases of child grooming in Nottinghamshire in first year of new law

Nottinghamshire Police recorded 86 offences of Sexual Communication with a Child during in the first year since a new anti-grooming law came into force.

Nottinghamshire bus passengers are the most satisfied in the country

Survey reveals Nottinghamshire bus passengers are happiest in Britain

People who use the buses in Nottinghamshire are more satisfied than anywhere else in the country, a new survey has shown.

Court latest

Man faces dangerous drive trial in Mansfield

A man who was caught with heroin and cannabis will be tried for dangerous driving in Mansfield.


COURT RESULTS: Worksop and Retford

The following people from the Worksop and Retford areas have recently appeared before the courts.

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