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Storm Christoph: Motorists warned over driving through ford

The ford in Nottinghamshire is the location of some of the highest number of flood rescues in England.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by BBC Nottingham read more

Jail for burglar spotted climbing out of bedroom window


Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Nottinghamshire Police read more

Check out this recipe for simply scrumptious mocha brownies from a Derbyshire author's new cook book

This latest lockdown has coincided with the middle of winter, meaning we could could all do with a bit of comfort, so why not treat yourself and make these delicious mocha brownies – using a Derbyshire author’s recipe?
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

Nottinghamshire motorists arrested overnight on suspicion of drink and drug driving

Police have arrested two drivers on suspicion of driving while drunk and under the influence of drugs in Nottinghamshire towns, close to Mansfield.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Mansfield Chad read more

Vouchers for children in Nottinghamshire who receive free school meals will continue over half term

Children who receive free school meals will continue to receive vouchers from their schools over February half term in Nottinghamshire.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Eastwood Advertiser read more

New £2.3 million Covid-19 winter fund will support children, families and vulnerable people in Nottinghamshire

A £2.3 million fund to help people to support children, families and vulnerable people with the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic this winter has been approved by Nottinghamshire County Council.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Eastwood Advertiser read more

Matt Hancock says the Covid jab 'doesn't work immediately' and that recipients must remain cautious

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has urged people to continue to be cautious after they have received a Covid vaccination, as it does not work immediately.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

Here are 10 things you can look forward to doing when the pandemic ends

It is fast approaching a year since the coronavirus pandemic hit the UK in earnest – 12 months that have involved unprecedented restrictions being placed on everyday life.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

Priti Patel announcement: Home Secretary to hold 5pm press conference after UK records highest ever coronavirus death toll

Priti Patel is set to address the nation tonight after Covid-19 deaths have continued to surge despite lockdown.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

This is when the stamp duty holiday is due to end in 2021

The stamp duty holiday introduced by the UK Government has helped to revive the housing market during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

Lynx could be reintroduced to the UK countryside as part of rewilding plans

A proposal to bring a rare species of big cat back to the UK’s forests has attracted support from a wealthy Scandinavian couple who own around 300,000 acres of land in the Scottish Highlands.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

University tuition fees to be frozen for another year in England - what it means for students

Tuition fees in England are to be frozen for another year under new proposals set out by the government.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

Eye issues could be early Covid infection warning sign - symptoms to look out for

Sore and itchy eyes could be an early sign of a Covid-19 infection, new findings suggest.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

Daily Covid tests for secondary school pupils and staff in England have been paused - here’s why

The daily testing of secondary school pupils and staff in England has been temporarily paused, due to concerns over the new variant.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

You could review free Deliveroo takeaways for a year - how to apply

Do you consider yourself a takeaway connoisseur?
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

Worksop girl on a mission to support town with beauty pageant title

A Worksop girl representing Nottinghamshire in a national beauty pageant hopes to use her title to champion her hometown - bringing ‘energy and light’.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

Sheffield Wednesday legend and 1966 nearly man Peter Swan dies aged 84

Sheffield Wednesday legend Peter Swan has died at the age of 84, it has been confirmed by his biographer.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

Individual EU countries could temporarily ban all UK residents - the new proposal explained

A new proposal from Germany to the EU would give European leaders the power to temporarily ban all UK residents from entering their countries.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

Further Covid restrictions could be needed - as new study shows ‘no evidence of case decline’ since new lockdown

The UK’s third national lockdown is not having a big enough impact on the number of people contracting Covid, with “no evidence of decline” so far, according to a new study.
Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Worksop Guardian read more

Burglary victim overjoyed after receiving 'life-changing' security measures


Thu 21st Jan 2021 by Nottinghamshire Police read more

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Eye issues could be early Covid infection warning sign - symptoms to look out for Sore and itchy eyes could be an... read more

Daily Covid tests for secondary school pupils and staff in England have been paused - here’s why The daily testin... read more

You could review free Deliveroo takeaways for a year - how to apply Do you consider yourself a takeaway connoisse... read more

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