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Worksop teens inspired to produce social media as part of NSPCC’s It’s Not OK campaign

Young people from Worksop were inspired to produce a powerful video as part of a campaign about sexual exploitation and grooming. The NSPCC has worked with New Roots Housing Project over the last year to provide information and support to more than...

yesterday, 17:21 in Regional East

Lincs: See who has been in court

MOTORING Nicholas Rippon, 38, of Lea Road, Gainsborough; failed to give information relating to the identification of the driver of a vehicle who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence. Fined £660, £66 victim surcharge, £85 costs and licence...

yesterday, 16:29 in Regional East

Woman fined after stealing a number of items including Ariel liquitabs

A Gainsborough woman has been fined after she stole a number of items from various shops. Leigh Hickey, 33, of Trinity Street, Gainsborough, stole items to the value of £75.30 from Tesco and Ariel liquitabs to the value of £40.96 from Boyes. She was...

yesterday, 16:29 in Regional East

Woman stole items worth more than £300 from Tesco

A woman from Gainsborough has been fined after she stole a number of items from Tesco on two occasions. Helen Edkins, 35, of Darwin Street, Gainsborough, stole goods to the value of £312.78 belonging to Tesco. She has been given a 12 month conditional...

yesterday, 16:29 in Regional East

Snow could be on its way to Nottinghamshire this weekend

If you're planning to get out and about in Nottinghamshire on Saturday, you might need to rethink your plans as we could be set for some snow. The Met Office is forecasting a cold day on Saturday, with rain and some hill snow. Temperatures are also...

yesterday, 15:21 in Regional East

Gainsborough Food Bank in need of donations as Christmas nears

A food bank in Gainsborough has gone from strength to strength helping to support people who are homeless or are in need some extra help. Gainsborough Food Bank is part of Riverside Training Services, a training centre and was initially started to...

yesterday, 15:21 in Regional East

Nottinghamshire's best dressed houses this Christmas - in pictures

We asked you to tell us about the best dressed houses in the county this festive season, and you didn't disappoint! We can easily add to this gallery though so if you'd like your photo featuring, email it, along with some details about where it was...

yesterday, 15:21 in Regional East

Santa was the special guest at Gainsborough’s festive market

Visitors to the monthly Farmers’ and Craft Market in Gainsborough were treated to a special visit from Santa as the event was given a festive theme. Marshall’s Yard welcomed a packed line up of local traders on Saturday, December 8, for the centre’s...

yesterday, 11:54 in Regional East

MEP joins volunteers at Bassetlaw food bank for the day

East Midlands Labour MEP, Rory Palmer, rolled up his sleeves to help out at the Bassetlaw food bank in Lowtown Street last week. Mr Palmer joined regular volunteers to sort through donations and make up emergency food parcels for local people. Mr...

yesterday, 09:35 in Regional East

Your Tuesday weather forecast in Derbyshire

A clear morning is expected to pass on Tuesday (December 11) as cloudy conditions take hold for the day. The Met Office predicts that Tuesday will see average temperatures of seven degrees - akin to a normal December day - with generally light, chilly...

yesterday, 08:03 in Regional East

People remember their loved ones at Light Up A Life event in Gainsborough

The festive season can often be the most difficult time of year for people grieving over the death of family and friends. So St Barnabas Hospice have been inviting members of the community to remember those they will never forget at their annual Light...

Monday, 16:37 in Regional East

Volunteers who have helped spruce up green spaces in Gainsborough have been celebrated

Volunteers who have helped clear rubbish, create pathways and spruce up Gainsborough’s green spaces have been celebrated. More than 30 people turned up at the event to showcase some of the before and after pictures at Ashcroft park and Mercer Wood....

Monday, 15:31 in Regional East

Dogs’ charity that takes 138 calls a day to rehome unwanted pets sends out a festive reminder that “a dog...

To a generation it is among the most enduring slogans in living memory. The world was a different place in many ways when the adage, “a dog is for life, not just for Christmas’ was unleashed 40 years ago. But not so far removed for it to have lost its...

Monday, 14:27 in Regional East

Here’s our selection of ethical stocking fillers for Christmas

The annual scramble for Christmas presents is well and truly underway. Fiona Evans rummages around for ethical stocking fillers. Feeling frazzled? Does the Christmas spirit seem to be getting lost in the chaos that besieges the festive prelude? Then...

Monday, 14:27 in Regional East

Theresa May could be delaying tomorrow’s key Brexit vote

The BBC is reporting that Theresa May could be delaying a vital vote on the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement which is scheduled to take place tomorrow (December 11). The Prime Minister is expected to give a speech outside Downing Street at 3.30pm today,...

Monday, 14:00 in Regional East

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