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‘Burnt toast can cause cancer’, say scientists

Food scientists are warning ‘burnt toast’ could cause cancer. According to experts, chemical Acrylamide is produced when foods such as bread, chips, and potatoes are overcooked. Despite the concerns Cancer ResearcH UK says the link to humans was not prov

37 min. ago in Regional East

Retailer recalls biscuits due to health risks

Retailer B&M has recalled a range of biscuits owing to ingredients which could cause a health risk not being correctly labelled. The range of Mini Cream Cookies contain wheat, milk, soya and sulphites, which are not correctly declared on the...

57 min. ago in Regional East

Gritters head out with freezing temperatures expected overnight

Gritting teams in Nottinghamshire are set to be out again this evening with road temperatures forecast to be below freezing overnight. Main routes and severe weather routes are set to be salted this evening with the anticipated fall in overnight road tem

today, 15:12 in Regional East

‘Salt and ice challenge’ can cause burns and scars, pupils warned

School pupils across Nottinghamshire are being warned of a sick new challenge which causes horrific burns and permanent scars. The craze, which swept the US before becoming popular in the UK, sees kids put ice onto a layer of salt on their skin, sparking

today, 13:15 in Regional East

How happy are people in your part of Nottinghamshire?

People in a Nottinghamshire district are the happiest in England. Residents living in Newark and Sherwood rated their happiness as 8.11 out of 10 in a government survey.

today, 12:04 in Regional East

M1 CRASH: Long delays expected until this afternoon

Motorists are being warned to expect long delays on the M1 until this afternoon. An accident has occurred on the M1 northbound between junctions 28 and 29 at Tibshelf Services. Lanes are currently closed and normal traffic conditions are not expected to

today, 11:23 in Regional East

What is your favourite Donny Osmond song?

Donny Osmond has sold more than 100 million records, received 33 gold records, had three UK No 1s, nine UK top tens and spent a staggering 333 weeks in the UK charts. He is celebrating 50 years in showbiz with a tour which visits Nottingham Capital FM Ar

today, 11:19 in Regional East

What are our most important Brexit objectives?

Britain’s 12 Brexit objectives - which are the most important? Here are the 12 objectives for Britain’s Brexit negotiations, as set out in Theresa May’s speech at Lancaster House. But which ones are the most important?

yesterday, 10:19 in Regional East

Missing Sutton teen Molly found safe and well

A Sutton teenager who was reported missing on Monday has been found safe and well. Police have thanked everyone who helped look for Molly Davidson, 19 who was found on Saturday. Speaking on Facebook her mum Julie Davidson wrote: “We’ve just turned round

yesterday, 09:53 in Regional East

2017 property crash could see house prices plunge

A 2017 property crash would see £399 a week wiped off property values in the East Midlands according to a new report. While the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has forecast that house prices in the UK will rise by around 3 per cent this y

yesterday, 08:27 in Regional East

Blaze at Nottinghamshire factory

Firefighters tackled a blaze at a Nottinghamshire factory. Crews from Worksop and Retford were called to the fire at the premises on Crookford Hill Eckersley at 3.44pm on Saturday. Severe damage was caused to a wood crushing engine and trailer. Two hose

yesterday, 08:27 in Regional East

Weather forecast for the East Midlands: Sunday January 22

Today any early mist will soon clear, leaving a day of variable cloud and brighter spells. Perhaps the odd wintry shower possible across the Peak District. Most places should remain dry, with light winds. However it will also remain cold. Maximum Tempera

yesterday, 08:15 in Regional East

READER LETTER: Clic Sargent - Vote for us

Nobody thinks cancer will happen to their child. Until it does. When cancer strikes it affects more than just a young person’s health. A cancer diagnosis shatters families emotionally and physically, separating them for treatment at specialist hospitals

yesterday, 06:26 in Regional East

Mansfield slaughterhouse is to close

A Mansfield slaughterhouse which was recently at the centre of protests by vegan demonstrators is to close. The Dunbai plant at Baulker Lane Clipstone released the following statement: “It is with regret that Dunbia can confirm the closure of our Mansfie

Saturday, 16:47 in Regional East

Should schools ban mobile phones in class?

Should children be allowed to use mobile phones in school? Pupils using mobile phones in school has become a hot topic - some say using mobile phones can benefit students while others say banning them in schools is a good idea. One recent academic study

Saturday, 13:06 in Regional East

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