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Retford man headbutted cop after NYE binge

A Retford man headbutted a police officer on New Year’s Eve as he was being arrested in his boxer shorts after an all-day drinking binge, a court heard. John Marshall was woken up by police at 10.30pm, at his Albert Street home, after a complaint was mad

yesterday, 18:12 in Regional East
 

Boozy mechanic’s car veered in front of cops in Mansfield

A boozy car mechanic was more than three times over the limit when he veered across the road in front of a police car in Mansfield, a court heard. Zbigniew Cierpial was driving a Citroen Xsara along Sutton Road, just after midnight, on February 5. A brea

yesterday, 18:12 in Regional East
 

Doncaster pies are in demand

Topping pies are going down under, to give new Zealanders a taste of Yorkshire cooking. Handcrafted pork pies made by a Doncaster based family-run bakery, are being shipped to foreign shores, thanks to a partnership with UK food exporter, Smylie Ltd. The

yesterday, 16:24 in Regional East
 

MP says it would be a ‘disaster’ to cancel President Trumps UK visit

Gainsborough’s MP says it would be a “disaster” if President Trump’s invitation to visit Britain was cancelled because of a public backlash. A petition has been launched to prevent President Trump from making a state visit to the United Kingdom. The peti

yesterday, 15:51 in Regional East
 

Miles of fun collecting pennies for hospice - 84,500 in total

It took a very long time to complete this mile...seven months to be precise, as this is how long it took mother and daughter duo to collect a mile of pennies to say thank you to the hospice for the care it’s provided. Sue Brown, 67, and her mother Kathle

yesterday, 15:40 in Regional East
 

STORM DORIS: Hour by hour forecast for Gainsborough

Storm Doris is set to hit Lincolnshire on Thursday, with winds of up to 80mph set to bring major disruption and damage. Here’s everything we know so far.

yesterday, 15:40 in Regional East
 

Primark pulls “shocking” and “racist” Walking Dead t-shirt from stores after angry complaints

Primark has removed a t-shirt promoting hit US TV show The Walking Dead from its stores after it was branded “fantastically offensive” and “racist” by an angry shopper. WARNING: WALKING DEAD VIDEO CONTAINS SCENES OF VIOLENCE Outraged Ian Lucraft was so o

yesterday, 15:40 in Regional East
 

APPEAL: Murderers of Maltby pensioner, 80, are still at large

The heartbroken daughter of murdered Dinnington pensioner Tommy Ward has today issued an emotional appeal on the anniversary of his death. Jackie Perry, 53, has continued to live with the pain not knowing who left her dad for dead in his Maltby home on O

yesterday, 15:26 in Regional East
 

Isle fat loss expert ties the knot

Isle boot camp coach and fat loss expert Sue Taylor recently married Neil Birch at Ye Old Belle near Retford. There were 29 guests including Sue’s sons Jordan, 16, and Mitchel, 15, who also acted as father of the bride. After the ceremony the couple head

yesterday, 14:51 in Regional East
 

70-year-old MP Sir Kevin Barron to tackle London Marathon

Athletic Rother Valley MP Sir Kevin Barron, 70, will be among thousands to run this year’s London Marathon. Sir Barron will be one of 16 MPs taking part in the race around the capital on April 23, and hopes to raise cash for Age UK Rotherham. He said: “T

yesterday, 12:09 in Regional East
 

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel news, weather and fun features

Good morning! Welcome to our live Rise and Shine feed which will run until around 10am. Please keep refreshing this page for the latest travel news, today’s weather forecast and lots of fun features to help ease you into your day...

yesterday, 10:56 in Regional East
 

Research shows we spend £2,136 on our cars every year

Research shows the average East Midlands' motorist spends £2,136 on their cars each year - almost 10 per cent of their salary. The Car People study also found that in our region:

yesterday, 10:18 in Regional East
 

Probe into Worksop man’s ‘staircase’ death

Health and safety experts are to examine a staircase in a Worksop house as part of a probe into the death of a tenant. Aleksander Jakubowski was one of several people who lived in the three-storey property on Netherton Road, an inquest heard on Monday. H

yesterday, 07:58 in Regional East
 

Trophy presentation to brightest and best in Crowle

The way that a Crowle family lit up the lives of their community during the festive season has won them a top trophy. Crowle Lights Committee has proudly announced the inaugural winner of the Brigley House Trophy for the Best Decorated House in Crowle an

yesterday, 07:58 in Regional East
 

Gainsborough woman allowed boyfriend to produce drugs in her flat

A Gainsborough woman who allowed her former boyfriend to grow cannabis in her flat was given a 12-month community order by a judge. Emily Parker, aged 21, was arrested after police found nine cannabis plants at her home in Lewis Street, Gainsborough. Lin

yesterday, 06:38 in Regional East
 


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