Craig Priest’s Mansfield Town column: Why Ryan Tafazolli is my player of the season

Saturday’s encounter with relegation threatened Torquay United marks the penultimate match of the season with only a trip to Bristol Rovers remaining thereafter, writes Craig Priest.


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First Pet of year photo shoot

Pet owners are reminded that Friday April 25 is the first in the series of photo shoots for the Advertiser’s new Pet of the Year competition.


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VIDEO: NO THANKS FOR MANCHESTER UNITED PLAYERS FROM DAVID MOYES

David Moyes has broken his silence after his sacking as Manchester United manager - and pointedly made no mention of his players.
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Concern over road cycling

A motorist has raised concerns about the number of mass participation cycling events in the Southwell and Lowdham area.
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VIDEO: A QUICK LOOK INTO THE WORLD OF GOOGLE GLASS

Google Glass is essentially a head-wearable computer with an optical display, giving you the options of taking videos, photos and doing everything a smart phone does and more. It had a special one-day sale in the US, where the product was selling for up to $1500. But it won’t be on the...
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Help needed for celebration

Volunteers are being sought to dress in period costume during celebrations to mark the 700th anniversary of Bingham’s market charter.
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Welfare back on top but Selston favourites

Kimberley Miners Welfare are back on top of the Notts Senior League - but Selston remain favourites to win it.
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Kimberley set to get NPL campaign underway

Kimberley Institute will get their Nottinghamshire Premier League season underway this weekend with a visit to champions West Indian Cavaliers.
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Youngers make it a triple treble

Newark Working Men’s Club Youngers completed their third treble in three seasons by retaining their league title in the Newark and District Double Board Darts League.
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Are you being stalked by someone at work?

Notts police are supporting today’s National Stalking Awareness Day 2014, as figures reveal that one in 20 callers to a harassment helpline are being stalked by a colleague or an ex-workmate.


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Stags legend Stant to play in charity game

Mansfield Town legend Phil Stant is set to star in this year’s charity match in aid of SSAFA (Soldiers, Sailors & Families Association) at One Call Stadium.


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Worksop: Makeover begins on loos branded ‘£1 million toilet”

Worksop folk caught short while shopping face a game of musical toilets over the next few weeks while one WC shuts and another reopens.
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Singing at European champions dinner

The lead singer with the tribute band, Mercury, will head the entertainment at a Nottingham Forest 1979-80 European Cup dinner night.
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VIDEO: ALOE BLACC AND DAVID CORREY SING WORLD CUP SONG

Aloe Blacc and David Correy performed ‘The World is Ours’ by Aloe Blacc x David Correy, the anthem for the Coca-Cola 2014 FIFA World Cup campaign, ‘The World’s Cup’, live during a free concert for consumers.


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Discount food store for shopping centre

food retailer Lidl is planning to open a supermarket in Balderton as part of an expansion to more than double the number of its stores.
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Showcasing talent

THEATREGOERS should expect to be dazzled and amazed as these performers battle it out to become the winner of Newark’s Got Talent 2014.
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Shop For Schools – 100 ‘last chance’ bonus points

There’s just a few days left to convert your Four Seasons receipts into point vouchers, and then use them to support your local school in the Four Seasons’ Shop For Schools promotion!


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Linby can’t wait for depressing season to end

Failure to beat one of the worst teams in the Central Midlands League’s South Division for the second time inside a month added to the woe of a depressing season for LINBY COLLIERY WELFARE.


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Worksop: Break out your bridal gown for charity ball

Most brides only get to wear their wedding dress once. But these Worksop women want you to give yours another outing - for charity.
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East Midlands: Report reveals households are £7 better off a month

The average household in the East Midlands had £150 a week of discretionary income in Q1 2014, up £7 a week year-on-year, the sixth month in a row that families have seen their household incomes rise


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Live theatre shows

PEOPLE who do not have the time to go to watch a show in London can now see plays, opera and ballet at Newark’s Odeon Cinema.
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