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Rare crayfish are to blame for ‘unkept’ grass at retirement housing in Hucknall - which is attracting ‘drug and alcohol’ users

An elderly man has been left “very concerned” after an overgrown stream which runs through retirement housing attracts “drug and alcohol” users.

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Derbyshire one of the safest counties in the country, according to Home Office stats

Total reported crime in Derbyshire rose by three per cent during the year to March 2018; significantly lower than the national and regional picture.

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Sutton pawnbroker issues statement after Idlewells robbery

Sutton pawnbroker issues statement after Idlewells robbery

A Sutton pawnbroker firm that fell victim to an armed robbery has issued a statement following the incident.

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Memorable Byron Festival had plenty of summer sunshine

The glorious summer sunshine was a big factor in making the annual Byron Festival a success.

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Firefighters were on the scene

Firefighters tackle huge 2000sq m Bestwood fire

A grass fire in Bestwood is being tackled by firefighters.

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He has been jailed for 21 months

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.
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Their inspection identified that the forces use of comprehensive risk assessments for victims of hate crime and the policy to offer every victim of hate crime a visit by a warranted police officer or civilian investigative officer as good practice.

Notts police praised for positive work with victims of hate crime - but the force said it has more to do

Nottinghamshire Police have been praised for its work dealing with hate crime today (Thursday, June 19) in a national inspection report.

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Council leader praises support for victims of Skegby fire.

Council leader praises support for victims of Skegby fire.

The leader of Ashfield District Council has praised the community efforts to support victims of a Skegby fire.

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Retired detective David Swindle, who launched a fresh investigation into the case for the TV documentary. (PHOTO BY: BBC Scotland/STV).

New TV probe into death at Hucknall men’s holiday apartment

A new TV documentary investigates the death of a woman at the Benidorm apartment where five Hucknall men were on holiday.

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Tax payers left to cover Government funding cuts for Nottinghamshire Police

Government funding for Nottinghamshire Police has dropped in recent years, leaving local taxpayers to pick up the bill.

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Man dies after crash involving two lorries on A1

Police have confirmed that a man has died after a crash involving two lorries on the A1 in Nottinghamshire.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Domestic violence man due to marry victim in Selston

A man who hit his partner in front of her teenage son three times on the same day in Selston is due to marry her later this month, a court heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court

Royal Mail man will lose job after drink driving home from Sutton

A drink driver who clipped a kerb and burst his tyre on the way home from Sutton has been banned for two years, a court heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court

Boozy Blidworth mum hit parked cars

A boozed-up Blidworth mum who smashed into two cars as she reversed off her mum’s drive couldn’t remember what happened, a court heard.

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Mansfield swordsman wore red Batman onesie to town centre dispute

A Mansfield man wore a red Batman onesie and brandished a sword while helping his brother chase a man through the town centre in the afternoon, a court heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court

Mansfield boozer who stole spirits set to mend his ways

An alcoholic who stole gin and vodka from B&M Bargains in Mansfield is serious about mending his ways, a court heard.

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Highways England is testing varying the speed around roadworks on motorways

Speed limits around roadworks on motorways set to increase

Drivers could be allowed to travel faster through roadworks on motorways during quiet days such as Sundays.

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King's Mill Hospital. picture supplied by SHERWOOD FOREST HOSPITALS

Multi-million pound payout for girl who suffered brain damage at King’s Mill Hospital

A young girl who suffered brain damage during her birth at King’s Mill Hospital has won a £3 million compensation payout.

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