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England v West Indies: Stuart Broad 'angry' at being left out of Test

England pace bowler Stuart Broad says he is "angry, frustrated and gutted" to have been left out of the first Test against West Indies in Southampton.
Fri 10th Jul 2020 by BBC Nottingham read more

Nottinghamshire PC who pulled man by dreadlocks cleared of gross misconduct

Matthew Thompson successfully appealed against an assault conviction last year.
Fri 10th Jul 2020 by BBC Nottingham read more

Here are the timings and route for Dame Vera Lynn's funeral flypast in Sussex today

Today (10 July) will see the funeral of Dame Vera Lynn, three weeks after the wartime singer passed away at the age of 103.
Fri 10th Jul 2020 by Hucknall Dispatch read more

WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger could be merging - here’s what it means for users

Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp could be merging in the future, allowing users to chat across apps, no matter which one they themselves are using.
Fri 10th Jul 2020 by Hucknall Dispatch read more

How the pandemic is changing the way companies are recruiting

Employers have a fresh recruitment challenge in the pandemic world - attracting the right candidates in a swamped jobs market.
Fri 10th Jul 2020 by Hucknall Dispatch read more

Update: Man charged with burglary after elderly woman found intruder in her home


Fri 10th Jul 2020 by Nottinghamshire Police read more

Who can you spot in these retro pictures of miners in Nottinghamshire?

Nottinghamshire has a proud mining heritage. The coal mines employed thousands of residents over the years until their eventual closure, so we have decided to look back at some memorable events from the past 60 years.
Fri 10th Jul 2020 by Mansfield Chad read more

Over-75s will no longer receive free TV licences from August - here's why

The BBC has announced that it will put an end to its tradition of free TV licences for over-75s. Instead, a new 'Covid-19 safe' scheme will be rolled out from August 2020.
Fri 10th Jul 2020 by Mansfield Chad read more

14 pictures to make you nostalgic for Mansfield in the 60s and 70s

Mansfield town centre has evolved over the years - shops have changed hands, buildings have been knocked down and then rebuilt. Can you remember what it looked like in the past?
Fri 10th Jul 2020 by Mansfield Chad read more

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