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URGENT APPEAL Concern for missing Notts family

A mother and two children have gone missing, and officers are appealing for information on their whereabouts. Nottinghamshire Police said it is concerned for the welfare of 42-year-old Samantha Baldwin, who was last seen yesterday near Nottingham City Ce

today, 18:55 in Regional East

Pets at Home will not be selling any rabbits this Easter

Pets at Home is set to stop selling rabbits at all of its stores, including its Worksop store, this Easter, in order to educate and inform children on the importance of responsible pet ownership. Customers will not be able to buy or adopt a rabbit from 9

today, 16:54 in Regional East

DVLA car tax changes: Find out how much you will pay from April

New tax rules will end up costing motorists hundreds of pounds when they come into force in April. The DVLA’s VED car tax is set for an overhaul that means cars that previously dodged a bill will now be liable. The environmental vehicle excise duty [VED]

today, 14:15 in Regional East

Lincs: See who has been before the courts

MOTORING Mervyn Berridge, 53, of Beaufort Street, Gainsborough. Speeding in excess of 30 miles per hour. Fined £100, £30 victim surcharge, £85 costs and licence endorsed with three points. John Anthony, 29, of Noel Street, Gainsborough. Driving while dis

today, 11:57 in Regional East

Nottingham named as one of best UK cities for trade businesses

If you're thinking of starting up a new trade business, Nottingham could be the place for you. The city is ranked at number six in a list of the ten best trade cities, which has been compiled by Ironmongery Direct and turned into an interactive tool. The

today, 11:39 in Regional East

Be afraid, be very afraid.....

We’ve been trawling the county to find some of the creepiest places to visit. Dare you spend a few hours at any of these sites? Perhaps you have some to add to the list.....

yesterday, 18:44 in Regional East

BREAKING: Yorkshire's Wentworth Woodhouse stately home saved with £7m sale to trust

Yorkshire's Wentworth Woodhouse stately home has been saved with a £7m sale to a fundraising trust which plans to refurbish it into one of the region's top tourist attractions. It is estimated around £42 million of repairs will be needed over the next 15

yesterday, 16:16 in Regional East

Schools urged to play the game and support the NSPCC

The NSPCC is encouraging schools across Worksop to support the charity by getting children to bring in their favourite board games from home and play them in class. Big Board Game Day is taking place on Friday, March 31 with thousands of school children

yesterday, 13:12 in Regional East

All aboard for the big Easter egg hunt

Chesterfield Canal Trust will be running hourly Easter egg hunts aboard the Seth Ellis from the Hop Pole pub in Retford on Sunday, April 9, all accompanied by the trust’s Easter Bunny. All children get an Easter egg, with a drink and a hot-cross bun for

Sunday, 14:49 in Regional East

Getting ‘wasted’: Youngsters sniffing fumes from burning wheelie bins to get high

Kids are literally getting wasted with Britain’s daftest drug craze - sniffing fumes from burning wheelie bins. Youngsters are risking their lives by torching the plastic bins in a bid to get high on the fumes, a waste management company has claimed. Off

Sunday, 13:20 in Regional East

Don’t forget- the clocks go forward tomorrow

The arrival of Spring brings warmer and brighter days- but one hour less in bed, unfortunately. This will be the case when the clocks go forward tomorrow (Sunday, March 26) at 1am. Most internet-connected clocks, TVs and phones will go forward automatica

Saturday, 15:22 in Regional East

CHOKING HAZARD: Products for teething babies recalled due to safety hazards

Amber necklaces and bracelets, wooden teething rattles and teething clips have been recalled after Trading Standards test results revealed them to be a choking hazard. The products, manufactured by It’s Handmade are aimed at teething babies and were volu

Saturday, 14:08 in Regional East

DON’T PANIC: Last minute gifts and ideas for Mother’s Day

It’s Mother’s Day tomorrow and the clock is ticking to find the perfect gift for the number one woman in your life. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered- see below!

Saturday, 12:15 in Regional East

Three charged with conspiracy to commit robbery in Nottinghamshire

Three men have appeared at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court charged with conspiracy to commit robbery across the region. Lee Faulkner, 38, of Shelthorpe Avenue, Loughborough, Daniel Locke, 35, of Leicester Road, Shepshed, and Mitchell Corbin, 36, of Belvoir

Saturday, 09:19 in Regional East

RISE AND SHINE: All your latest traffic news, weather reports and fun features

Welcome to our live news feed for Saturday, March 25. Sit back and relax and we’ll bring you all the news from across Nottinghamshire today.

Saturday, 09:07 in Regional East

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