Surveyor Marti Voce wins trainee of the year award

A promising surveyor has been recognised with a trainee award from a national organisation.
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Notts County 2 Osasuna 0: Match report

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August 1, 2014
Notts County 2 Osasuna 0: Match report

IT is often said in boxing that contrasting styles always produce the best fights and it also makes for very entertaining football matches too. Osasuna's visit to this wonderful city was a case of Spanish flair and flamboyance trying to conquer Engli...
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Were you caught in this afternoon’s sudden rain storm?

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August 1, 2014
Were you caught in this afternoon’s sudden rain storm?

RAIN crashed down onto Nottingham this afternoon as two days of expected rain hit the city. Puddles were splashed onto pavements as commuter traffic struggled its way through soggy conditions. Sun is expected to return on Sunday, but Saturday is like...
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Worksop: Be inspired to try your hand at bowls this summer with free taster day at North Notts Arena

With bowls in the spotlight thanks to the current competition at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, North Notts Community Arena is looking to get more people playing the sport at the venue this summer.
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Commonwealth Games 2014: Silver medal for Nottingham high jumper…

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August 1, 2014
Commonwealth Games 2014: Silver medal for Nottingham high jumper…

NOTTINGHAM high jumper Isobel Pooley set a new personal best on her way to claiming silver at the Commonwealth Games.The 21-year-old bettered her previous record of 1.91 metres to notch 1.92, which saw her finish second behind Australian Eleanor Patter...
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Race ace Walker heads for Thruxton with Showdown target

Ollerton’s MCE British Superbike Championship rider Chris Walker races at Thruxton this weekend hoping to stay on course for the end-of-season Showdown.


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Bolsover youngsters to be rewarded for good behaviour

Police and staff from partnership agencies in Bolsover and North East Derbyshire are to start handing out tickets to youngsters and teenagers they see behaving well or making positive contributions in their communities.
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West Bridgford schoolgirl into national writing competition final

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August 1, 2014
West Bridgford schoolgirl into national writing competition final

Watching the sun rise and hearing the birds tweet are part and parcel of camping trips. But West Bridgford's Amelia Cashmore used her experience as the inspiration for her entry into a writing competition. And her story impressed judges of the Wicked...
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£15k fine for timber company after worker injured

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August 1, 2014
£15k fine for timber company after worker injured

Timber company boss Jon Walker has been fined £15,000 after a worker was injured.Employee James Abrahams was walking alongside a forklift truck to steady a pallet of fencing at the company's base in Mansfield Lane, Calverton, when the accident ha...
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Worksop and Retford: Who’s planning what near you this week

These are the planning applications submitted to Bassetlaw District Council for Worksop this week:
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VIDEO: Police demo to ‘recruit students’

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August 1, 2014

Teenagers given attack demonstration
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Mansfield Town’s Liam Hearn ready to bounce back after two years of injury

Mansfield Town striker Liam Hearn says he has a deeper love for football after spending two years on the treatment table.
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Sutton opticians joined by ‘robot’

An opticians in Sutton has welcomed its newest member of the team – a robot – which will improve quality of work and service for customers.


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Commonwealth Games 2014: England women’s hockey team will go for…

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August 1, 2014
Commonwealth Games 2014: England women’s hockey team will go for…

ENGLAND'S women's hockey team are in with a chance of a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games.Ellie Watton and her team-mates saw off New Zealand in a tense semi-final and will now face Australia tomorrow, with the top prize up for grabs.England took th...
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Stags renew radio deal with Mansfield 103.2

Mansfield Town have renewed their partnership with Mansfield 103.2 ahead of the new Football League campaign which will see exclusive commentary of all Stags’ away matches in the coming months.


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Letter: Have your say on fire service plans

Having attended a public meeting on the 19th July at Meden Vale in respect of saving our Fire Service from Warsop. I was very disappointed as only 10 members turned up out of at least 1,000 residents. This leads me to think that the residents don’t class these as emergency services and...
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Community still reeling from death of seven-year-old girl in…

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August 1, 2014
Community still reeling from death of seven-year-old girl in…

FLUTTERING in the breeze, a card adorned with butterflies simply read: "A beautiful little girl taken from this world too young". It was a message that encapsulated the feelings of an entire community in Bestwood Park. The card, tucked inside a bunch o...
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People left stunned after body discovery following New Basford…

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August 1, 2014
People left stunned after body discovery following New Basford…

Neighbours and businesses have been left stunned by the discovery of a body in the ruins of a factory ravaged by fire. Police and firefighters were still investigating the cause of the blaze at SQP International in New Basford on Friday afternoon. Th...
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Canning Circus Creative Hub set to benefit from £50,000…

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August 1, 2014
Canning Circus Creative Hub set to benefit from £50,000…

The Canning Circus Creative Hub is set to benefit from a £50,000 refurbishment - just months after the council looked into moving the centre. The hub, which houses around 30 small and medium-sized creative businesses, is situated across thre...
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Life-sized sculpture stands tall at Eastwood Arts Festival

An art exhibition held at The Wood Gallery in Eastwood featured local artists including paper sculptor Philip Cox, who created a life-sized model of a walker from cardboard and paper.
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Mansfield Woodhouse brothel men escape jail

Two men who operated a brothel in Mansfield Woodhouse for two years where women sold sex for £100 an hour have escaped jail sentences.


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