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Health risk at Kirkby takeaway due to hygiene problems

A Kirkby takeaway has been closed because of fears for public safety due to poor hygiene, a district judge has ruled. The complaint against Kirkby Balti House, on Kingsway, for a hygiene emergency prohibition order was heard at Mansfield Magistrates Cour

yesterday, 17:44 in Regional East

Six month ban for driver who had no insurance

A Gainsborough man has been fined £660 after he was caught driving without an insurance policy. Lance Sewell, 45, of Trent Street, Gainsborough, was also driving without a licence. As well as being fined he was ordered to pay a £66 victim surcharge and £

yesterday, 17:20 in Regional East

Man jailed for stealing gammon joints

A Gainsborough man has been jailed for four weeks after he was found in possession of class B drug, amphetamine during a period of a suspended sentence. Mark Allen, 36, of Waterworks Street, Gainsborough, had also stolen gammon joints belonging to Heron

yesterday, 17:20 in Regional East

Sturton by Stow company is fastest growing in Lincolnshire

A business based in Sturton by Stow has been revealed as the fastest growing company in Lincolnshire. The East Midlands Top 200 Report produced by Grant Thornton, in conjunction with the CBI, shows that the region’s businesses have grown profits by an av

yesterday, 17:20 in Regional East

Jail for banned Sutton driver who fled from cops after urinating in the street

A banned Sutton youth who was caught with cocaine after police stopped him for urinating in the street tried to flee in a mate’s car, a court heard. Drew Todd drove off in the Citreon C3 after officers indicated they wanted to speak to him, on Stanton Hi

yesterday, 17:20 in Regional East

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yesterday, 14:31 in Regional East

Edwinstowe man nicked Matalan clothes to buy food

An Edwinstowe man stole clothing from Matalan in a bid to buy food after losing his wallet with all his benefit money, a court heard. Staff at the Sutton store spotted John Shelton concealing £104 of goods, on June 4, said prosecutor Robert Carr. Shelton

yesterday, 13:32 in Regional East

Worksop woman stole from Poundland and B&M

A Worksop woman who stole items including a candle and two plastic dogs from two different stores on the same day could not explain why she did it, a court heard. Yelena Radisaljevic was spotted concealing £22 of items in her “bag for life” by security a

yesterday, 13:32 in Regional East

Passed-out boozer blocked Blyth farm road

A Retford man who parked his car near a farm and got drunk later refused to take a breath test and earned himself ten penalty points, a court heard. Jason Turner was discovered unconscious in his car, which was blocking the entrance to a farm near Blyth,

yesterday, 13:32 in Regional East

NAME AND SHAME: Worksop and Retford court results

The following people from the Worksop and Retford areas have recently appeared before the courts. ASSAULT Paul Acornley, 44, of Creswell Road, Worksop. Assaulted a male by beating him. Also had with him in a public place, namely Creswell Road, an offensi

yesterday, 13:32 in Regional East

Rainworth man launched “savage attack” on girlfriend

A Rainworth man strangled his terrified girlfriend then dragged her through the house by her hair after a drunken row, a court heard. Guy Pilmore grabbed two handfulls of her hair and pulled her off the sofa, before standing over her and squeezing her by

yesterday, 11:26 in Regional East

Boozed-up Boughton mum smashed ex’s window with toy

A Boughton mum was boozed up on vodka when she smashed her ex’s window with a toy wheel after a row about cash, a court heard. Carly Maddock swiped “a fistful of cash” and a mobile phone from the man, who looks after their three children, and ran out of

yesterday, 11:17 in Regional East

West Lindsey council move to tackle rogue landlords

West Lindsey District Council is cracking down on landlords renting out overcrowding, hazardous and unsafe private accommodation. Council chiefs have outlined their tough stance following routine housing inspections in privately rented homes in Gainsboro

yesterday, 08:05 in Regional East

Epworth’s Old Rectory celebrates diamond jubilee

An Isle museum, which attracts visitors from throughout the world, has notched-up its diamond jubilee. It is Epworth’s Old Rectory and this month (June) marks the 60th anniversary of the building having been open to the public, first as a bed and breakfa

yesterday, 04:27 in Regional East

Dormant ‘Tesco’ site on Carlton Road could soon house £15m retail complex

An abandoned five-acre site that has lain “dead and dormant” in Worksop for almost a decade could soon be home to a £15m retail park with the potential to reel in 200 jobs. Opus North have earmarked the five-acre site, on Carlton Road, for a “high-qualit

yesterday, 03:00 in Regional East

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