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Former football coach Barry Bennell pleads not guilty to sexual assault of boy

0 Have your say A former football coach with links to Derbyshire has appeared in court to face sexual assault charges. Barry Bennell pleaded not guilty by video link from Woodhill prison to eight charges of sexual assault against a boy under 16. The form

yesterday, 15:10 in Regional East
 

JAILED: Trio caught with £20,000 of cocaine in taxi on M1 near Chesterfield

0 Have your say Three men have been jailed after £20,000 worth of cocaine was recovered from a taxi travelling on the M1 in Derbyshire. Naeem Iqbal, Ishmal Khan and Yasser Shan were arrested in January 2016 in connection with the plot to bring the Class

Friday, 18:41 in Regional East
 

QUICK QUIZ: Seven questions about the last seven days

0 Have your say It’s been a busy old week in the world of news, sport and celebs. But how much attention have you been paying to what’s hit the headlines? Have a go at our quick quiz and see...

Friday, 15:57 in Regional East
 

POLL: Should fracking tests be carried out underneath Sherwood Forest?

1 Have your say After hundreds of people protested against plans to test for shale gas in Sherwood Forest over the weekend, we are you giving you the chance to have your say. Anti-fracking campaigners are calling on the Government to intervene after it e

Friday, 15:57 in Regional East
 

Worksop-born former England manager Graham Taylor dies

0 Have your say Worksop-born former England manager Graham Taylor has died aged 72. Taylor, who was born at Castle Farm in September 1944, the son of Bernard and Dorothy, guided England to the European Championships in 1992. However a 2-1 defeat at the h

Thursday, 16:29 in Regional East
 

Whitwell family fundraise £2,100 for diabetes charity

0 Have your say A former nurse from Whitwell has ended her first year of retirement having raised more than £2,100 for a leading medical charity. Marie Haynes and her husband Bill set themselves a challenge to raise as much money as possible for Diabetes

Wednesday, 19:47 in Regional East
 

Post Office to close and franchise 37 Crown offices with loss of up to 300 jobs

0 Have your say The Post Office is to close and franchise 37 Crown office branches, with up to 300 staff set to lose their jobs. A further 127 specialist roles are also set to be lost, the Communications and Workers Union (CWU) has said. Dave Ward, Gener

10 January 2017 in Regional East
 

Last few days for Nottinghamshire parents to apply for child's school place

0 Have your say Nottinghamshire parents have less than a week to apply for their child's infant or primary school place for September. Applications for children born between September 1 2012 and August 31 2013 will close on Sunday January 15. The quickes

9 January 2017 in Regional East
 

Have you seen missing Notts teen Angel?

0 Have your say Police are appealing for information to trace a 15-year-old who gone missing from her home in Nottinghamshire. Angel Callaghan was last seen at 11pm on Sunday, January 18, in the Ollerton area. She is described as about 5ft 3in, slim and

9 January 2017 in Regional East
 

Speeding crackdown on 20 Notts roads

0 Have your say Mobile speed cameras are out and about on Notts roads Mobile speed cameras will be in the following Nottinghamshire locations from Monday, January 9: * A60 Carlton Road, Worksop; * A60 Leeming Lane North, Mansfield Woodhouse; * A608 Churc

9 January 2017 in Regional East
 

Christmas dash for cash saw £730 million withdrawn in one day

0 Have your say A whopping £730 million was dished out by ATMs on December 23, the most money ever withdrawn in one day. The pre-Christmas dash for cash saw UK spenders smash the record which was set on Christmas Eve in 2014 when £634 million was taken o

5 January 2017 in Regional East
 

Bassetlaw doctor honoured after 43 years of service

0 Have your say A doctor who lives near Gainsborough and has cared for patients across the area for the past 43 years has been recognised with a national honour. Dr Joseph Waas, aged 72, is to receive a British Citizen Award for services to healthcare. D

4 January 2017 in Regional East
 

Fuel shortage at M1 service station leads to warning from Highways England

0 Have your say Motorists are being warned to plan ahead because of a fuel shortage at the Tibshelf services on the M1. The service station, is not expected to have any fuel until later this evening so Highways England are warning drivers to be prepared.

3 January 2017 in Regional East
 

Notts family dialled 999 for an ambulance 500 times in one year

0 Have your say A Nottinghamshire family dialled 999 for an ambulance more than 500 times in just one year, shocking figures have shown. The statistics have been released by health chiefs to show how nuisance calls to 999 are putting a strain on services

3 January 2017 in Regional East
 


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