Nottingham to hold European Arts and Theatre Festival

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April 23, 2014
Nottingham to hold European Arts and Theatre Festival

Artists from across the continent will converge on Nottingham when an arts festival kicks off next month. The Nottingham European Arts and Theatre Festival is being held for the second time and will see dance and theatrical performances as well as art...
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Worksop: Big turnout for Easter hockey camp at the college

An unprecedented number of budding young hockey players turned out for the Easter hockey camp at Worksop College with 110 keen participants eager to improve their skills and techniques.
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More silverware for Witts and Co in glorious battle of Bulls

Brilliant BULWELL made sure their first season in the Central Midlands League has a silver lining when they basked in cup-final glory on Tuesday night.
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Anger over ward changes decision

The Boundary Commission has been criticised by Newark and Sherwood district councillors for “completely ignoring” suggestions made in response to a consultation on ward boundary changes.
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Man jailed for his part in pensioner gang assault

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April 23, 2014
Man jailed for his part in pensioner gang assault

ROBBER Michael Severn has been jailed for his part in a gang who burst into a house and beat up a 68-year-old man. Severn was sentenced to seven-and-a-half years at Nottingham Crown Court on Wednesday, after he entered a guilty plea to having a role in...
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Council urged to fight for colliery’s future

A FORMER miner has called on Newark and Sherwood District Council to do what it can to help save Thoresby Colliery from closure.
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Horses to follow from Newmarket’s Craven meeting and Newbury’s Greenham meeting

A memorable jumps season will be drawing to a close after Sandown’s finale meeting on Saturday, swiftly followed by five days of top-notch fare at Punchestown next week.


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Millers start season with a winning draw

Langley Mill’s first team opened up the 2014 cricket season at Station Road against newly-promoted West Hallam and took the lion’s share of the points in a winning draw.


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Councillors agree to pay towards playing pitch strategy

A contribution towards the cost of producing a playing pitch strategy for Newark and Sherwood will be given by Southwell Town Council.
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Drugs claim raises concern at Edwinstowe skate park

Police say they have increased patrols after a message was posted on a social media site about drug use at a skate park.
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Gripping tale of secrets

FOLLOWING the success of Narrow Marsh and its dramatic sequel, Leen Times, author Alan Dance has released his lastest work.
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VIDEO: Pause for Thought with Lawson Main

I watched the amazing film Noah this week. Russell Crowe playing Noah spoke of love, mercy and second chance.
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Couple cross Boston Marathon together

A couple from Claypole have successfully completed the Boston Marathon after taking part to pay their respects to those affected by last year's bombing.
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Four held in missing man murder case

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April 23, 2014

Four men are arrested on suspicion of murdering a Nottingham man who has not been seen since 5 January.
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Top industry award for Huthwaite marmalade

Husband and wife preserve makers Lindsey and Robert Irving have won a top industry award for one of their marmalades - just eight months after making it for the very first time.
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Primary pupils’ booster sessions for SATs

The departments across the Academy have been inspiring younger learners from local primary schools to enjoy learning and to stretch their confidence in working with numbers, literacy and science.
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An 18th century lesson for the budding musicians of today

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April 23, 2014

University musicologist's documentary airs on BBC Radio 3.
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Hundreds gather in Nottingham for St George’s Day parade

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April 23, 2014
Hundreds gather in Nottingham for St George’s Day parade

MORE than 1,000 people packed out the streets of Nottingham to celebrate St George's day. England's patron saint and Robin Hood led the crowd into the city, with flags flying from the Forest Recreation Ground to the Old Market Square. Trucks packed ...
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Hucknall author launches e-book

A Hucknall author is breaking new ground by releasing a free e-book and game to launch his latest work.
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Club on the brink has been rescued

A much-loved Worksop lunch club for the elderly that was scrapped due to lack of funding has been rescued and will re-open in May.
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VIDEO: NIGEL FARAGE IN SHEFFIELD

Nigel Farage launching euro-election campaign for ukip in Sheffield City Centre
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