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Tributes to ‘beautiful’ Mansfield teen found dead at 17

Heartbroken relatives and friends of a 17-year-old girl found dead in Mansfield have paid tribute to the "beautiful" teenager.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Mansfield Chad read more

SNEAK PEEK: What’s in this week’s Chad?

Another week, another jam packed Chad for you to read. Let's take a look at what's inside...
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Mansfield Chad read more

‘Front line’ training helps Notts Armed Forces

Training on spotting and handling mental health issues in Armed Forces personnel has been rolled out to the 'front line' that deals with them on a regular basis.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Worksop Guardian read more

CCTV APPEAL: Police issue Worksop distraction burglary images

Police have released images of three men they want to speak to after an elderly woman was targeted in a distraction burglary attempt.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Worksop Guardian read more

The ATM at 50: how a hole in the wall changed the world

Next time you withdraw money from a hole in the wall, consider singing a rendition of happy birthday.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Worksop Guardian read more

Research reveals British Folklore could be in danger of dying out within a generation

Imagine a day when Robin Hood becomes Robin Who.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Worksop Guardian read more

Images: Distraction burglary in Worksop


Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Nottinghamshire Police read more

Sainsbury’s recalls sandwich fillers in food bug scare

Sainsbury's has removed 13 of its own-brand sandwich fillers from its shelves following the discovery of food bug listeria in them.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Worksop Guardian read more

NAME AND SHAME: Mansfield Court Results

The following people from the Mansfield area have recently appeared before the courts.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Mansfield Chad read more

Worksop’s Gemma is face of MND campaign #My Eyes Say

A Worksop woman has become the face of the Motor Neurone Disease Association's nationwide campaign, #MyEyesSay.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Worksop Guardian read more

Thousands of East Midlands patients put at risk after NHS contractor blunder

Thousands of patient records from the East Midlands have been left to pile up in a warehouse by a NHS contractor.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Worksop Guardian read more

COLUMN: Scrap budget cuts to invet in local policing

We've all been distressed by the tragic recent terrorist attacks in Manchester and London. Put bluntly, many people went out for the night and never came home.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Eastwood Advertiser read more

Arts funding: Major English venues cut, with more money for the regions

Arts Council England takes money from four major venues in a bid to boost regional organisations.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by BBC Nottingham read more

BAFTA winner at library as part of Inspire Poetry Festival

A BAFTA award winner is visiting Worksop library as part of the Inspire Poetry Festival.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Worksop Guardian read more

Entries for the Harley Open art competition on display

A petrol can, pinpricks and gold are some of the more unusual materials featured in The Harley Gallery's popular art competition, The Harley Open.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Worksop Guardian read more

Technology addiction leading to relationship breakdowns

Too much time spent checking social media whilst on holiday could result in arguments and even relationship breakdowns for couples this summer, a new survey has revealed.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Worksop Guardian read more

Appeal: Carlton robbery


Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Nottinghamshire Police read more

New Hucknall cadets welcomed following open day

The success of an annual air cadet open day has heralded the start of a recruitment drive.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Hucknall Dispatch read more

Multi-vehicle accident closes lanes on M1

Two lanes have been closed on the M1 after a 'multi-vehicle accident'.
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Worksop Guardian read more

Take a trip back to the year you were born

We've all heard of the good old days, but what was so good about them?
Tue 27th Jun 2017 by Worksop Guardian read more

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The ATM at 50: how a hole in the wall changed the world Next time you withdraw money from a hole in the wall, con... read more

Research reveals British Folklore could be in danger of dying out within a generation Imagine a day when Robin Ho... read more

Sainsbury’s recalls sandwich fillers in food bug scare Sainsbury's has removed 13 of its own-brand sandwich fille... read more

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