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Rural police officers in Nottinghamshire moved to stop the driver of a large telehandler forklift – travelling with the forks dangerously lowered and multiple people in the cab.

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25 million to be spent on road improvements

More than £25 million to be spent improving Nottinghamshire's roads

More than £25 million to be spent on improving Nottinghamshire's roads, including resurfacing, new pedestrian crossings and cycle routes.
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The product is on sale at Aldi.

Aldi recalls nuts - due to presence of nuts

Aldi has recalled its Clancy’s Barbecue Flavour Coated Peanuts because they contain cashew nuts, which are undeclared on the label.

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Salaries for doing the same role can vary hugely depending on where you live.

How where you live could affect how much you get paid for doing the same job

Where you live can have a major impact on how much people get paid for doing the same job, new research has shown.
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Aspiring teachers encouraged to visit Nottingham’s Train to Teach roadshow

Aspiring teachers encouraged to visit Nottingham’s Train to Teach roadshow

A former Nottingham Panthers player turned teacher is encouraging local people to find out about the fantastic rewards and opportunities the career offers by attending the Train to Teach roadshow when it visits the Crowne Plaza on Wednesday November 8.

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Government minister Anne Milton (right) and college principal Dame Asha Khemka (second right) at the event with Lord Patel of Bradford and Wayne Clarke (left), founding partner of GGI. (PHOTO BY: Richard Edwards).

West Notts College holds high-profile event at House Of Commons on apprenticeships

Employers recruiting more apprentices is key to tackling the nation’s skills shortages, it was claimed at a high-profile event staged by a Mansfield college.

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A potential safety issue has been discovered.

Boots recall babies’ dummies due to safety issue

Boots have recalled a range of their Baby Airflow Soothers, due to a potential safety issue having been identified with the products.

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Anyone in possession of a ladder which does not have the blue locking bars or the bottom stabiliser bar, should not use it.

Warning over risk of serious injury from ladder

B&Q has issued a warning about the Mac Allister 3x6 Combination Ladder, which could cause serious injury.
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The vacancies are based at the company's centre in Annesley.

40 jobs up for grabs at car company's Nottinghamshire base

Forty jobs are up for grabs at the Nottinghamshire base of an automative retailers.

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Citizens Advice reveal what you can do to save on your phone contract

After exposing that mobile phone networks are overcharging customers by as much as £38 a month, Citizens Advice are now urging phone users to stay on top off their contract to avoid being ripped off.

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More than £90,000 spent repairing potholes in Nottinghamshire

More than £90,000 was spent repairing potholes in Nottinghamshire last year, new figures have shown.

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There is a risk of overheating and fire because of a component fault.

Warning issued over fire risk fridges

A range of fridges have sparked safety fears due to a risk of overheating and fire due to a component fault.

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Do you live on one of the most expensive streets in Nottinghamshire?

REVEALED: The most expensive streets to buy a house in Nottinghamshire

Looking for a new property in Nottinghamshire and got a spare £1.1 million stashed away?

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The old 1 coins cease to be legal tender this weekend.

Two major retailers to continue accepting old £1 coins after deadline

Tesco and Poundland have confirmed they will continue to accept the old £1 coin after it loses its legal tender status this weekend.
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East Midlands Trains - Picture: Chris Lawton

Train driver jobs up for grabs in the East Midlands and the wages are amazing

Have you ever fancied a job driving trains around all day? Well, here's your chance.

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The model which has been withdrawn from Tesco and Mothercare.

Tesco stop selling baby sleep aids linked to 12 deaths

Sleep aids linked to the deaths of 12 babies have been pulled from Tesco shelves.

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Broken down car causes huge tailbacks on M1

Broken down car causes huge tailbacks on M1

A broken down car is causing huge tailbacks on the M1 this afternoon.

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Customers with the affected product should contact Velux immediately.

Warning issued over spontaneously shattering windows

A window manufacturer has issued a warning over a range of its products which may be prone to spontaneously shattering.

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Buxton railway station.

Train strike to hit passengers in East Midlands

Passengers are being told to expect delays when a second day of industrial action takes place on the region’s railways tomorrow.

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The new app that has been launched by Pendragon for its employees.

Auto firm on the right road with new app

A new app that has been launched for its employees proves that the successful automotive retailer, Pendragon, based in Annesley, is on the right technology road.

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