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Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies Simrit has once again received the coveted Gold Supplier Award for customer service, technical support and delivery performance from Pattonair, a leading aerospace and defense supply chain service provider headquartered in the United Kingdom.
The building, more than 70 years old, is no longer fit to be used as a factory and will be re-developed to create a new residential community.
A further case of the tree disease Chalara, also known as ash dieback, has been confirmed in a woodland on the Derbyshire border, near Swadlincote.
Hundreds of houses, a supermarket, sports facilities and medical centre are to be built on land chosen by villagers as the best spot for future development in Broughton Astley.
Frantic relatives were forced to watch as paramedics struggled to get a desperately ill pensioner to hospital following multiple failings with an ambulance which responded to an emergency call.
A late-night train from London to Manchester is unable to make a scheduled stop because the operator of one station refuses to keep it open at that time, it has emerged.
A PROFESSOR whose pioneering work helped turn the life of a Burton youngster around has been hailed after scooping a top award.
OTM section had the highest average compared to the six other local markets and an unbelievable average compared to Market Drayton.
ALMOST 30 people have been arrested as part of a violence probe following an outbreak of hooliganism at a Barrow FA Cup match.
Mike Andrews, Chief Executive for NCHA and Richard Cornes, Partnerships Director for William Davis along with project partners plant a commemorative Christmas tree.
Selling off a derelict depot site could net A 2.3m to pump into developing Hinckley's new leisure centre.
Taking to the national stage with its ground breaking 'In Notts We Love' tourism campaign, has paid dividends for Nottinghamshire's visitor economy, Experience Nottinghamshire has discovered.
The Musical Lollipops concert, featuring a variety of well-known songs, including excerpts from Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera and Stepping Out on Broadway delighted the capacity audience at St Mary's Church in Barwell Hinckley amateur operatic group Stanley Opera's special concert in memory of Susan Taylor from Barwell, who collapsed in the ... (more)
Every day, mum Melissa Jones lives in fear that a simple thing like a high temperature could kill her children.
Connor Bradley used to like nothing better than being outdoors and playing with friends.
When an excited throng of people gathered outside the Drill Hall, on the corner of Wood Street and New Buildings, on August 4 1914, the incessant chatter and feverish speculation was of world events - Britain was now at war with Germany.