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Retford post-16 education set for major changes to boost local economy

The partnership providing post-16 education in Retford is to relocate its A-level teaching in order to make space for more technical courses and possibly even higher degrees.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court

Mansfield woman grabbed kitchen knife after bus fare row

A Mansfield women grabbed a ten inch kitchen knife and stormed out after arguing with her stepfather over money for the bus, a court heard.

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Ranby prisoner kicked female guard “by mistake”

A Ranby prisoner claimed he kicked a female officer by mistake during a fight on the landing, a court heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court

Banned dangerous driver hit car in Mansfield

A banned dangerous driver who lost control of his motorbike and slid underneath a car in Mansfield risked being sent back to prison, a court heard.

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Mansfield train station.

Ill passenger causes delays on trains

A passenger was taken ill on a train at Mansfield.

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Bus shelter couple

Kirkby couple sentenced for bus shelter sex session

A Kirkby couple who hit the headlines after they were filmed having sex in a bus shelter have been sentenced for outraging public decency.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court

Sutton woman headbutted cop in belly after demanding arrest

A Sutton alcoholic headbutted a police officer in the stomach after demanding to be arrested on the anniversary of her father’s death, a court heard.

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Bassetlaw biker swapped number plates

A Bassetlaw man swapped number plates to an off-road motor bike so he could get to work after his legal bike was damaged in an accident.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Boozer caused trouble at wake in Sutton

A boozer who caused trouble at a wake in Sutton told magistrates he had been “going off the rails.”

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Parent phones Notts Police on 999 complaining the Red Arrows woke up their baby

A parent phoned Nottinghamshire Police to complain about their baby being woken up by the Red Arrows flying overhead, it has been revealed.

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RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

Good morning and welcome to our live feed on Friday, April 20.

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John Mann MP

Guest Column: Big companies must pay their fair share of tax

This week, I raised my concerns with the Chancellor about hospitals using outsourced staff and services to avoid paying corporation tax.

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Sir Kevin Barron MP

Guest Column: Britain was left with no choice but to take military action in Syria

The tragedy of the civil war in Syria is absolutely awful.

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IN PHOTOS: How you are enjoying the sunshine

After what has seemed like a long winter, the sun is finally shining and it seems we’re all keen to ensure we make the most of it.

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Police supporting National Stalking Awareness Week

Police supporting National Stalking Awareness Week

Nottinghamshire Police is supporting National Stalking Awareness Week, along with other forces across the country, to help spread awareness of the issue.

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Temperatures can reach 47C inside a vehicle

Don’t leave dogs in hot cars

With the temperatures set to rise again today, Notts Police are reminding dog owners of the dangers of leaving their pets in hot cars – even for a few minutes.

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Paddy Tipping, Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire

New services to help victims of sexual violence

Two new services for victims of sexual violence have been welcomed by Nottinghamshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Paddy Tipping.

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Flying Scotsman heads through Gainsborough Lea Road Station on Saturday June 18th 2016. Photo: Chris Etchells

Chance to see the Flying Scotsman

People of Gainsborough have the chance to see the Flying Scotsman today (Thursday, April 19).

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Lime Tree Avenue in the National Trust's Clumber Park near Worksop .. see story Stephen McClarence

Firefighters called to blaze at Clumber Park

A fire broke out at Clumber Park last night (Wednesday, April 18) just before 8pm.

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Councillor Kay Cutts, leader of Nottinghamshire County Council

County is a royal favourite

With the royal wedding now less than a month away, many county residents will be watching Prince Harry and Meghan tie the knot on TV or may be planning their own street parties on May 19.

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