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VOTE: Your favourite fillings for Pancake Day

Get the lemons, sugar and chocolate sauce in - because pancake day is almost here and you can vote for your favourite. For foodies, it’s undoubtedly one of the best days of the year for a decadent treat - and whether you like them sweet or savoury, we ha

today, 12:50 in Regional East
 

Nottinghamshire still a high risk area for bird flu

The county will remain on high alert for bird flu until at least the end of April, government officials say. Restrictions were meant to be lifted at the end of February however a new map from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs shows w

today, 11:06 in Regional East
 

What cheese makes the best cheese on toast?

It’s the snack-time question dividing the nation - what cheese is best for cheese on toast? There are so many questions surrounding cheese on toast. Do you like your cheese barely melted or grilled to a crisp? Is it really possible to make it in a microw

today, 09:46 in Regional East
 

Weather forecast for the East Midlands: Sunday February 26

Today will be mostly dry with variable cloud. However, a band of thicker cloud bringing some rain and strong winds east through the afternoon, the rain briefly heavy over the Peak District. Clearer, colder conditions will follow by evening, with winds mo

today, 07:56 in Regional East
 

How to get 18 holiday days or booking just nine...

With March just around the corner and the Christmas holidays now a distant memory, a prolonged break from work may seem like just wishful thinking. But, due to the fortunate timing of Easter this year, there’s an ingenious way to enjoy an incredible 18 d

today, 06:20 in Regional East
 

Urgent recall for gas hobs which could explode

Two major cooker retailers have issued an urgent recall over safety fears that gas is leaking which could cause an explosion. Both Bosch and Neff have issued the safety warning as there is a risk that the built-in units can explode in some circumstances

yesterday, 13:15 in Regional East
 

Be warned: new phone scam on its way here

Phone scammers are set to try and dupe unwary residents in the East Midlands with a new telephone fraud. People have been urged to hang up if their phone rings and someone asks “Can you hear me?” as their answer to this simple question from an unknown ca

yesterday, 10:55 in Regional East
 

The Conservation Volunteers are helping bring more woodland to West Lindsey

The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) have been active recently at a number of sites across West Lindsey planting trees to create future woodlands. Recent planting sites have included creating a border at Jubilee Wood in Sturton by Stow and 100 trees were pl

yesterday, 08:50 in Regional East
 

Hospital’s new one stop shop for men with suspected prostate cancer

Men with suspected prostate cancer are now being seen for diagnostic tests on the same day as their first hospital appointment at a new one-stop shop. This approach to prostate cancer diagnosis is being taken at Lincoln County Hospital, after an enthusia

yesterday, 08:35 in Regional East
 

Weather forecast for the East Midlands: Saturday February 25

Today it will be cloudy with occasionally heavy rain at times for the Peak District. Outbreaks of rain elsewhere much more patchy, and with some drier, brighter periods in the east feeling mild. However, winds will be strong and gusty at times. Maximum T

yesterday, 08:04 in Regional East
 

WATCH: 10 of the most viewed Storm Doris videos

Storm Doris battered the UK yesterday and much of it was captured on video. From planes struggling to land to trees falling in roads and narrowly missing motorists and paddling pools and trampolines taking flight, we look at ten of the most viewed Storm

Friday, 16:39 in Regional East
 

JAILED: Drug and gambling addict caused brought misery to train passengers

A drug and gambling addict who brought misery to thousands of rail passengers across the East Midlands area has been jailed for 26 months. Lucas Niewiem, 35, was sentenced at Nottingham Crown Court on Wednesday for stealing cable from the railway line in

Friday, 14:28 in Regional East
 

STORM DORIS: Readers' pictures show damage in Notts

A clean-up operation is underway after Storm Doris battered Nottinghamshire yesterday. Take a look at our video slideshow which shows some readers' pictures of damage caused by the storm.

Friday, 12:41 in Regional East
 

COUNCIL TAX HIKE: “Worst financial situation” Nottinghamshire councillors have seen leads to “reluctant”...

County Councillors have “reluctantly agreed” to a Council Tax hike of more than four per cent in a bid to tackle the “worst financial situation” Nottinghamshire has ever endured. How will the increase affect you?

Friday, 12:30 in Regional East
 

Drunk Gainsborough fare-dodger causes travel chaos after ‘surfing’ on roof of moving train

A drunk fare dodger from Gainsborough caused major disruption to the rail network when he climbed on top of a moving train. Unemployed James Webster, aged 38, was photographed sitting on top of the busy passenger service after the driver was forced to st

Friday, 12:30 in Regional East
 


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