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Macmillan couldn’t help so many people without its brilliant volunteers

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Demand for services continues to rise at a rapid rate. Photo: James Hardisty

Extra cash will fund more ambulances and staff for EMAS

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Ice cream should be nothing more than a sweet treat for children says Georgia Thornhill

Campaigner fears calorie counting kids meals will encourage eating disorders

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Carillion

Carillion collapse cost Notts taxpayers a quarter of a million pounds

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RISE AND SHINE: Weather, travel and fun features to kick-start your day

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Wetherspoons England flags 'ban': Why pubs are being asked NOT to hang England flags for World Cup

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RISE AND SHINE: Weather, travel and fun features to kick-start your day

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Man who carried out knife-point robbery at Bulwell store is jailed

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These are the medicines no longer available on the NHS

The 35 medicines no longer available on NHS prescription from this month

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Cheer up! You could be waiting for a bus somewhere other than Notts!

NOTTS: HAPPIEST BUS PASSENGERS IN UK

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Warning from police about illegally driving through puddles as woman, 95, dies after being hit by ‘wave’ from passing traffic

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Would you challenge a parking ticket?

East Midlands drivers most likely in England to challenge a parking ticket

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Filling up has proved problematic for some officers - but not in Notts

How far will your car run on the fuel warning light - and can you get in trouble for running out of petrol?

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Average speed cameras

Average speed cameras in Nottinghamshire: How they work and how to avoid a fine

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Learner driver

Why young motorists could be BANNED from driving at night under new driving licence changes

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Man who carried out knife-point robbery at Bulwell store is jailed

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NOTTS: COUNCIL WORKER SCUPPERED FRAUD ATTEMPT

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The live webchat will take place this afternoon

Chief Constable to answer questions about joining police force in live webchat

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Bulwell shop worker chased knifeman for 40 minutes after robbery

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Bid to make roads around Nottinghamshire schools safer after child dies

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93 per cent of Nottinghamshire pupils get chosen primary school place

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These are the 10 degrees that offer graduates the highest paid jobs

10 degrees that could bag you the highest paid jobs

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Students pictured outside West Notts College's Derby Road campus as they prepare to 'take over' the hotel. (PHOTO BY: Tracey Whitefoot)

West Notts College students to ‘take over’ four-star hotel

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Other activities include creating a clay talisman to ward off evil spirits, practice cave painting skills on the centres cave wall to create their own hunting story, and complete a woodland orienteering course, finding clues about what pre-historic people ate.

New outdoor activities take kids back to the Stone Age and teaches them 'rocket science'

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Carillion collapse cost Notts taxpayers a quarter of a million pounds

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Rolls Royce, Hucknall

Rolls Royce announces plans to cut 4,600 jobs

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IN PICTURES: Notts County Show

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Mansfield's RBS branch will close in August.

The full list of RBS branches set to close this year

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93 per cent of Nottinghamshire pupils get chosen primary school place

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Date:26th April 2010.'Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, visiting Leeds, at The Light, supporting the conservative party election campaign.

POLL: Will World Cup echo 1936 Berlin Olympics?

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Video: Breaking news - two Labour councillors defect to the Conservatives

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Council launches ‘year of events’ for World War 1

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Protesters gather outside Nottinghamshire fire & rescue service HQ. Jason Zadrozny, Samantha Deakin and Matt Relf.

Fire chiefs approve plan to reduce night-time cover at Ashfield and Retford

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Nottinghamshire warned that 'flying ant day' could come early in 2018 - and they'll be bigger than ever

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New protections could be put in place for the Peak District

Campaign group welcomes review into National Parks so they can be better protected

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Resident Matt Tongue by the many potholes on Auckland Road, Hucknall, which the petition calls to be repaired.

Hucknall councillors urge you to sign potholes petition

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Furious resident Matt Tongue by some of the potholes on Auckland Road in Hucknall. (PHOTO BY: Jason Chadwick)

Anger over ‘the worst potholes in Hucknall’

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The 35 medicines no longer available on NHS prescription from this month

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Resident May Leatherland talks about the plans for the home with carer Kayleigh Willie.

Residents help to revive care home in Hucknall

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Staff, families, volunteers and youngsters on the 'Toddle Waddle' at Hucknall Children's Centre. (PHOTO BY: Jason Chadwick)

Children’s centre in ‘Toddle Waddle’ for meningitis charity

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Pollen counts are set to soar for the next few weeks

‘Pollen bomb’ set to hit Notts causing three weeks of hayfever misery

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Mason in his pushchair at the fun day alongside mum Lisa and with dad Mark, Hucknall councillor John Wilmott and other supporters.

Fun day to help buy stairlift for four-year-old boy

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