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Residents from the Annesley area are being urged to secure their property following a spate of thefts from sheds, outhouses and garages.
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Doubtless, you've whistled past it countless times on the A57. Of late, you probably sat in traffic jams outside it as major roadworks slowly transformed the route into a dual carriageway.
A World War One Roadshow will be coming to Redhill's Harlequin Theatre in October, offering people the chance to 'show and tell' any Great War artefacts they may have and wish to take along.
Creative wizards at Pinterest have concocted the ultimate guide to real-life sets from our favorite summer films.
A historical Grade II listed building could be turned into a luxury hotel if a bid for A 2.5m funding is successful.
Sherwood MP Mark Spencer officially unveilled a new community Automatic External Defibrillator that has been installed at the Thorougoods shop.
East Surrey detectives are appealing for information after a car fire close to Redhill town centre, which is believed to have been of suspicious origin.
A1 Nottinghamshire - Very slow traffic and heavier than usual traffic on A1 northbound between J34 A614 Bawtry Road and J35 M18.
A 79-year-old woman from Halifax, West Yorkshire, died when the car in which she was a passenger left the carriageway.
Little Minnie Snodgrass managed to get wedged in the metal bucket after her mother, Gemma, had been mopping the floor at their home in Conisbrough, near Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
A reckless driver who killed a father-to-be while showing off behind the wheel to his girlfriend could be let out on day release - less than 12 months after he was jailed for five years.
Police have named the man killed on the A57 near Aston as 28 year-old Wayne Spencer, who was from the Aston area.
Public services around Hucknall and Bulwell are facing widespread disruption today as public service workers strike over pay and other concerns.
School teachers, firefighters, carers and others have stayed away from work on Thursday 10th July - in what trade union members are calling the biggest strike since 2011.
The first British clergyman to enter a gay marriage has been blocked by the Church of England from taking up a new post.
Teacher opinion is split over whether a shorter summer break would benefit children's education, according to an end-of-term survey.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:55 am
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