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Northamptonshire parents urged to be aware of criminal grooming gangs this summer

Police are urging Northamptonshire parents and carers to be aware of the risk of grooming by criminal gangs as schools break up for the summer holidays. Last week the force launched Operation Viper, a crackdown on gangs who are involved in drugs,...

Daventry Express, today, 14:31
 

Nottinghamshire man who filmed himself doing almost 200mph on motorbike is jailed

A Nottinghamshire man who filmed himself doing almost 200mph on motorbike has been jailed. Adam Campion, 26, of Nottingham Road, Hucknall was jailed for 21 months at Nottingham Crown Court yesterday (Wednesday). He admitted five counts of dangerous...

Worksop Guardian, today, 14:31
 

Action Fraud issues warning over scam Amazon email

A fake phishing Amazon email is doing the rounds asking people for their personal details warns charity Action Fraud. A spokesman for Action Fraud UK said: “We’ve had an increased number of reports about these fake emails purporting to be from Amazon....

Worksop Guardian, today, 14:31
 

Missing Buxton man found safe

A Buxton man who went missing earlier in the week has been found safe and well. Paul Whitworth who was reported missing on Wednesday, July 18 has been found today, Friday, July 20. A spokesman for Derbyshire Police said: “Missing Buxton man Paul...

Buxton Advertiser, today, 14:31
 

Emma-Jayne Memorial Fund Bikeathon in Little Cawthorpe

The annual Emma-Jayne Memorial Fund Bikeathon is taking place this Sunday, (July 22). Two cycle rides, 12, and 30, alongside a 10k country run and 4.5-mile fun walk will kick off from 11am onwards at The Royal Oak Pub, (also known as The Splash), in...

Louth Leader, today, 14:31
 

Louth’s Victorian Market has been cancelled

The organisers of the annual Louth Victorian Market have said they are ‘extremely disappointed’ after being forced to cancel the event this year, due to a lack of stall-holders coming forward to participate. The event, which had been due to take place...

Louth Leader, today, 14:31
 

A round-up of this week’s best readers’ pictures

IN PICTURES: A round-up of this week’s best readers’ snaps July 20 Readers have been out and about taking pictures of life across the area. Click the link above to see a round-up of some of the best snaps sent in this week. If you would like to see...

Gainsborough Standard, today, 14:31
 

Fairfield Juniors win Spirit of the Games award at Quad Kids’ final

Fairfield Endowed Junior School represented the High Peak in the Quad Kids Derbyshire School Games finals held at St Mary’s College near Sheffield. The school achieved a very respectable third place. The Fairfield team also won the Spirit of the Games...

Buxton Advertiser, today, 14:31
 

Nottinghamshire ‘super council’ plan is ‘bonkers’ says Bassetlaw council leader

Nottinghamshire County Council’s plan to abolish all district and borough councils and create a ‘super’ council for the county is a ‘bonkers idea’ writes Coun Simon Greaves, Bassetlaw council leader. This would have a population of more than 810,000...

Worksop Guardian, today, 14:31
 

Action Fraud issues warning over scam Amazon email

A fake phishing Amazon email is doing the rounds asking people for their personal details warns charity Action Fraud. A spokesman for Action Fraud UK said: “We’ve had an increased number of reports about these fake emails purporting to be from Amazon....

 

Action Fraud issues warning over scam Amazon email

A fake phishing Amazon email is doing the rounds asking people for their personal details warns charity Action Fraud. A spokesman for Action Fraud UK said: “We’ve had an increased number of reports about these fake emails purporting to be from Amazon....

Buxton Advertiser, today, 14:31
 

Man found guilty of hunting hares with a dog in Derbyshire

A man who was photographed using a dog to hunt and kill hares in the High Peak has been fined £1,500. The trail of Dean Sheratt, from Wesion Coyney in Stoke-on-Trent took place at Chesterfield Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, July 17. Distressing Image...

 

Hedgehogs need a helping hand to get through dry summer months

It has been a bit of a scorcher lately hasn’t it Summer is always a busy time of year for the RSPCA and especially so when there is a heatwave. The RSPCA sends out a lot of messages about keeping pets safe in hot weather and a lot of people thankfully...

Worksop Guardian, today, 14:31
 

A round-up of this week’s best readers’ pictures

IN PICTURES: A round-up of this week’s best readers’ snaps July 20 Readers have been out and about taking pictures of life across the area. Click the link above to see a round-up of some of the best snaps sent in this week. If you would like to see...

Worksop Guardian, today, 14:31
 

Lincolnshire crime rates have risen at lower level than national trend

Crime rates in Lincolnshire have risen at a lower level than the national trend, according to the latest independently-produced figures. The Office of National Statistics (ONS) has released the latest crime statistics for the 12 months up to March...

Louth Leader, today, 14:31
 


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