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'Sort it or sell it Fawaz Al Hasawi' - the Post's message to Nottingham Forest's owner

'Sort it or sell it Fawaz Al Hasawi' - the Post's message to Nottingham Forest's owner

On the day Nottingham Forest fans plan to protest against Fawaz Al Hasawi at the City Ground, the Post has this message for the Reds owner and chairman. It is time for a change at Nottingham Forest. After more than four years of decline; four years of th

Nottingham Post, 4 min. ago
 

Two hundred year history of Old Market Square captured in this 'time travelling' video

From horse-drawn carriages to last year's Nottingham Beach, a 'time travelling artist' has managed to squish nearly 200 years of the Old Market Square into a 232 second video. Compiled by James Fox, the 'Then and Now' digital gallery charts the changing

Nottingham Post, 4 min. ago
 
The Apprentice star Frances Bishop talks kids, business and why she's not a WAG

The Apprentice star Frances Bishop talks kids, business and why she's not a WAG

She runs a successful business, has a child with her professional footballer husband and is a TV personality – yet Frances Bishop is only 25. Fresh from her appearance on The Apprentice, where she reached the final three, the Nottinghamshire-born entrepr

Nottingham Post, 4 min. ago
 

Firm investing more than £5 million to protect long-term future of Wellingborough site

A company is investing more than £5 million in a bid to modernise and protect the long-term future of its Wellingborough site. U-Pol has been manufacturing products for the vehicle repair industry for nearly 70 years. The British manufacturer, which prod

 

‘High end’ Art Deco coffee shop plan for Kettering

Plans have been submitted to create an Art Deco coffee shop in Kettering. An application went in this week to convert the vacant unit at 23 Montagu Street. The applicant hopes to sell patisserie-style breakfasts, and use the roof terrace above for privat

 

Raunds man urges people with mental health issues to speak out

A man who has hidden his mental health issues for 30 years says nobody should suffer in silence. David Beeney says he hid his anxiety disorder from the rest of the world because he feared being discriminated against, and often played the fool to mask his

 

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Thanks given at Wainfleet Magdalen Museum open event

Wainfleet Magdalen Museum held an open evening in June 2004 to thank all those people who helped to transform the building and supply historical items for display, remembers photographer Ben Hardaker. The Elizabethan building was then much more like its

Skegness Standard, 19 min. ago
 

Ex-thief who went straight caught with stolen goods in Sutton

An ex-thief from Sutton who decided to go straight after turning 40 was caught with stolen goods in the middle of the night, a court heard. Simon Thomas’s car was stopped on Robin Down Lane, Mansfield, at 2.20am, on October 11. He was found with a lawnmo

Eastwood Advertiser, 29 min. ago
 

Lincoln man, 20, hurls glass bottles at his ex on the street

A man attacked his ex in the street after breaking a court order not to contact her, Lincoln Crown Court has heard. Liam Greaves approached his former partner Lauren Shaw as she walked on Moorland Avenue in Lincoln on her way to see her mother. Sam Skinn

Lincolnshire Echo, 31 min. ago
 

FOOD MONSTER: New Lincoln curry house offers exceptional service

Eating out is not just about enjoying delicious food, good customer service goes a very long way in helping to ensure diners come back for more. And if the treatment shown to this Food Monster at Lincoln's newest Indian restaurant is the standard to expe

Lincolnshire Echo, 46 min. ago
 

Football manager shouted anti-gay abuse at ref in Sutton

A Sunday football team manager shouted homophobic abuse at a referee after an “ill-tempered match” in Sutton, a court heard. Aaron Pride made the remarks after the match at Sutton Lawns, on September 18, when the referee’s decisions caused “bad feeling”,

Eastwood Advertiser, today, 03:49
 
Stan Collymore to meet with Nottingham Forest officials before Bristol City game

Stan Collymore to meet with Nottingham Forest officials before Bristol City game

Stan Collymore will meet with Nottingham Forest officials tomorrow to offer ideas on how to get the club "back to where they belong". The former Reds striker will still take part in a planned fans' protest against owner Fawaz Al Hasawi...

Nottingham Post, yesterday, 22:54
 
Nottingham Forest takeover did not fall through solely because of my actions, says Fawaz Al Hasawi

Nottingham Forest takeover did not fall through solely because of my actions, says Fawaz Al Hasawi

Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al Hasawi says he "rejects" the American consortium's version of why takeover talks collapsed. John Jay Moores and Charles Noell, figureheads of the group, last night revealed they had made a fresh bid for the...

Nottingham Post, yesterday, 22:33
 

Lincoln City 2 Dover Athletic 0: Match report - Terry Hawkridge stars as Imps extend lead

Lincoln City have stormed five points clear at the top of the National League table after comfortably defeating Dover Athletic. Just three days on from their famous victory over Ipswich Town in the FA Cup, the Imps produced another fine display against o

Lincolnshire Echo, yesterday, 22:31
 
Protest against closure of Mad Hatters Cafe, in Alvaston Park, to be held this weekend

Protest against closure of Mad Hatters Cafe, in Alvaston Park, to be held this weekend

A "peaceful protest" is set to take place against the closure of a popular cafe in a Derby park. The end of the Mad Hatters Cafe, in Alvaston Park, will mean the loss of eight jobs. The council, which owns the park and the cafe building,...

Derby Telegraph, yesterday, 21:34
 


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