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Spread your own poppy seeds in Ashfield to mark end of First World War anniversary

Residents have been invited to spread poppy seeds around the district as a way of marking the centenary of the end of WW1.
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Nigel Gibson, who volunteers at the Hucknall Flight Test Museum, put forward the name Merlin March after the engine used in the famous Spitfire and Hurricane planes in the Second World War.

RAF song inspired by Hucknall museum history

A Hucknall museum volunteer  is feeling “chuffed” after he helped name the newest RAF march.

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Councillor Tom Hollis, local resident Andrew Harding and Councillor Jason Zadrozny outside Sutton Waste Recycling Centre.

New plan to reopen shut Ashfield recycling site

An Ashfield recycling centre could be reopened to tackle “deteriorating” streets and a rise in flytipping.

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The new bridge - pictures from SEGRO.

New M1 bridge put into place in one weekend

Did you get stuck on the M1? It might have been because a thousand tonne bridge was being put into place.
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The fire in Bestwood

PICTURES: Fire in Bestwood

Residents were advised to keep their windows shut as a fire raged in Bestwood.

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The Met Office has saidit could be the hottest early May bank holiday on record.

HEATWAVE: Temperatures to soar in Nottinghamshire for May bank holiday

This May bank holiday weekend could be the 'hottest on record' - so do not forget to dust off your barbecues.

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PD Tommy and retired Leo.

New police dog 'Tommy' is on the beat in Nottinghamshire

A new police dog with 'great potential' and police constable have joined forces to make the streets of Nottinghamshire a safer place.
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The lost dog.

Help send 'floppy dog' left at East Midlands Airport home

Police are trying to reunite a lost dog with its owner after it was left at East Midlands Airport.

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The tarantula.

Hand-sized tarantula 'carelessly tossed' into a Nottinghamshire public bin

A tarantula was found 'cold and wet' and clinging to a bin bag by the RSPA after it was abandoned in a Giltbrook bin.
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The scammers may also request the victims identification documents, such as scanned copies of passports.

WARNING: Pensioners targeted by fraudsters pretending to be TV providers

There has been an increase in reports of fraudsters offering discounts on TV subscriptions to gain access to victims banks.

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Notts Armed Policing pursued the Rover through Bulwell last night, Monday, April 30.

Three arrested after police chase though Bulwell

A driver who abandoned a moving car while being pursued by police along with two passengers have been arrested.

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Thirty-year-old Faye Caliman suffered serious injuries and was treated by paramedics but died at the scene.

Hucknall man charged with murdering his wife

A 32-year-old man is to appear in crown court today, charged with the murder of his wife.

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The lorry stopped on the M1

Police 'prevent nasty incident' as 'tired' lorry driver weaving on M1 is stopped

A lorry driver who was 'weaving' on the M1 was stopped by police.
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The caller also rang EMAS 97 times on Christmas Day 2017. As a result, the woman has also been sentenced to a 12 month community order, 15 days of rehabilitation activity, and will receive mental health treatment.

Woman told to pay £2,000 after calling 999 almost 100 times on Christmas Day

A woman who called 999 with no medical need 740 times in three months has been told to pay £2,000 compensation and banned from calling the emergency services for five years other than in a genuine emergency.

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UP FOR AUCTION: Entire set of 31 unused Euro 96 tickets found in old suitcase

Football fans across the globe scrambling to buy World Cup 2018 tickets will be astonished to discover that an entire set of tickets from the Euro 96 football championships have just been found in an old suitcase – unused.

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