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Thursday 17th April, 2014
Ollerton PCSO To Face Charges
A serving Nottinghamshire Police Community Support Officer has been charged with misconduct in a public office and sexual offences. more...


Wednesday 16th April, 2014
Rebuild Scheme Gets Thumbs Up
Nottinghamshire Police are hailing the success of a scheme which gives victims the chance to meet those who committed crimes against them. more...


Wednesday 16th April, 2014
Extra Money For Local Health Services
Improved urgent care and extended GP practice opening hours have moved a step closer for people living in our area. more...


Wednesday 16th April, 2014
Sharp Rise In East Midlands Unemployment
Unemployment, nationally, is at a five-year low but there's been a steep rise in the East Midlands. more...


Tuesday 15th April, 2014
Hillsborough Remembered 25 Years On
A minute's silence has been held in Nottingham's Old Market Square to mark 25 years since the Hillsborough disaster. more...


Tuesday 15th April, 2014
Tobacco Factory To Close
There's been a jobs blow to Nottingham today after Imperial Tobacco informed staff that it's closing its factory in the city which employs 570 people. more...


Tuesday 15th April, 2014
Notts Crime Figures Released
Targeted crime prevention campaigns, directed patrols, and capture cars are just some of the tactics being used by Nottinghamshire Police to drive down vehicle crime. more...


Thursday 10th April, 2014
Thoresby Pit Closure Confirmed
The company that owns Thoresby Colliery's been given £10m by the Government to help shut it down in eighteen months time. more...


Wednesday 9th April, 2014
Doorstep Crime Up In Notts
Nottinghamshire residents are being warned about the dangers of doorstep crime following a 16 percent increase in reported incidents to the County Council’s Trading Standards last year. more...


Wednesday 9th April, 2014
Crash Victim Dies
An elderly local woman, who was air-lifted to hospital following a crash in Southwell, has died. more...


Tuesday 8th April, 2014
New Local Plan Given To Ministers
An ambitious plan to create 55,000 new jobs and build 77,000 new homes in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire is due to be presented to Government Ministers today. more...


Friday 4th April, 2014
Fatal Crash Victims Named
Two men who died in a crash at Ravenshead last week have been formally identified. more...


Friday 21st March, 2014
Warning Over World Cup Ticket Scam
Football fans across our area wanting a piece of the World Cup action in Brazil this summer are being warned by Notts Trading Standards Team about a ticket scam. more...


Friday 21st March, 2014
Residents Urged To Support Fairer Deal Plea
Local residents are being urged to support Notts County Council in telling the Prime Minster that Nottinghamshire deserves a fairer deal. more...


Wednesday 19th March, 2014
Unemployment Rises In East Midlands
The number of people out of work in the East Midlands has risen. more...


Tuesday 18th March, 2014
Footballer Admits Dangerous Driving Charge
Former Nottingham Forest footballer Marlon King has been given an interim driving ban after admitting dangerous driving. more...


Thursday 13th March, 2014
Firearms Amnesty Is Big Success
More than 100 weapons and rounds of ammunition have been handed in as we enter the final days of the Firearms Amnesty. more...


Friday 7th March, 2014
Abused Children 'Failed By System' Says Report
Services in Notts that are in place to protect children failed three youngsters who were sexually abused by a Clipstone couple for over a decade, says a recently launched serious case review. more...


Friday 28th February, 2014
County Council Approves Latest Budget Cuts
Nottinghamshire County Councillors have given the green light to the authority's latest controversial proposed budget. more...


Wednesday 19th February, 2014
Jobless Figures Down Again
Unemployment in the East Midlands has fallen once again. more...


Friday 14th February, 2014
Famous Local Market Closes
One of the area's most famous markets is closing for the foreseeable future. more...


Wednesday 12th February, 2014
Protect Youngsters On Internet, Parents Are Urged
Notts Police are reminding parents of the dangers their children face whilst browsing the web, following yesterday's Safer Internet Day. more...


Wednesday 12th February, 2014
Strong Wind Warning For Notts
Nottinghamshire residents are being warned about strong winds expected for Wednesday afternoon by the County Council’s Emergency Planning team. more...


Thursday 6th February, 2014
Warning To Be Careful Online
Notts Trading Standards have warned local residents to be careful when online after a number of them were charged hundreds of pounds because they failed to read the small print on various websites. more...


Tuesday 4th February, 2014
Metal Firm Owner Sentenced For Lead Exposure Failures
The Mansfield owner of a Boughton-based alloy firm has been sentenced for failing to protect workers from the risks of lead poisoning after three employees became seriously ill. more...


Friday 24th January, 2014
Residents Call For Fairer Council Funding
Over 3,000 local residents have signed a petition set up by Notts County Council calling on the Government to be fairer when it comes to reducing the county's funding. more...


Wednesday 22nd January, 2014
Big Fall In Local Unemployment Figures
The number of people out of work in the East Midlands has dropped sharply once again. more...


Friday 17th January, 2014
Motorway Reopened After Chemical Spill
The southbound carriageway of the M1 in Derbyshire has re-opened between junction 28 near Alfreton and 29. more...


Thursday 16th January, 2014
More Time For Incinerator Consultation Period
A consultation period has been extended so more residents can have their say on controversial plans to build an Energy Centre in Bilsthorpe. more...


Wednesday 15th January, 2014
Appeal To Find Medication Stolen From Train
Officers from British Transport Police (BTP) have issued a warning and are appealing for information after a bag containing potentially harmful medication was stolen from a train travelling between Worksop and Nottingham. more...


Wednesday 15th January, 2014
Fracking Not Ruled Out In Notts
Nottinghamshire County Council says its not ruling out the possibility of “fracking” in our area. more...


Tuesday 14th January, 2014
Police Search For Family Of Road Crash Victim
Police are trying to trace the family of a man born in Sutton-in-Ashfield who died following a road collision in Cornwall last month. more...


Tuesday 14th January, 2014
Witnesses To Rainworth Robbery Asked To Come Forward
Police are urging two teenagers that may have seen robbers who struck at a newsagent’s shop in Rainworth to come forward. more...


Monday 13th January, 2014
Foster Carer Jailed For Child Sex Offences
A foster carer, formerly of Clipstone, who sexually abused two young children has been jailed. more...


Thursday 9th January, 2014
Homeless Charity Urges Help To Save Funding
A local charity that helps homeless people in area is pleading with resident's to “act” and help save their funding from being cut later this month. more...


Wednesday 8th January, 2014
Warning Over Part-Worn Tyres
Nottinghamshire County Council's Trading Standards Team are warning motorists to be cautious when replacing their tyres for the winter weather over the next few months. more...


Tuesday 7th January, 2014
Speed Reduction Proposed On Local Motorway
Local motorists can have their say on the proposed move to introduce a new 60mph speed limit on a stretch of the motorway in our area. more...


Monday 6th January, 2014
Woman Verbally Abused On Robin Hood Train
British Transport Police are appealing for witnesses after a group of men verbally abused a woman on board a train travelling between Nottingham and Mansfield Woodhouse stations. more...


Friday 3rd January, 2014
Woman Cut Free From Car After Blidworth Collision
Contingency fire and rescue crews have responded to just one incident during the latest period of industrial action by the Fire Brigades Union between 6.30am and 8.30am this morning. more...


Friday 3rd January, 2014
Knife Amnesty Hailed A Success
Hundreds of knives have been removed from the streets of Nottinghamshire thanks to Police Force’s knife amnesty, last month. more...


Friday 3rd January, 2014
Heart Attack Resolution Could Save Lives
With 2014 just getting underway in Mansfield and Bolsover, how long will it take you to break your New Year's Resolutions? more...


Friday 3rd January, 2014
Zero Tolerance Warning After Bad Month On Roads
Nottinghamshire Police has launched a 'Zero Tolerance' warning to careless drivers after what they've described as the 'Worst Christmas' on our roads. more...


Saturday 28th December, 2013
Witnesses Needed To Edwinstowe Crash
Nottinghamshire Police are appealing for witnesses after a car crash on Friday morning just before 3.30am in Mansfield Road, Edwinstowe. more...


Tuesday 24th December, 2013
Motorists Urged To Take Care
Nottinghamshire police are urging people to take extra care on the county’s roads over the festive period after a series of fatal crashes including one in our area. more...


Friday 20th December, 2013
College Fun Run Raises Homeless Cash
Over 300 Students and Staff from West Notts College took part in a 5k fancy dress fun run this week to raise money for the Mansfield Cold Weather Shelter. more...


Friday 20th December, 2013
New Health Centre Set For Clipstone And Forest Town
A planning application has been put into Mansfield District Council that could result in a brand new state-of-the-art health centre for Clipstone and Forest Town. more...


Friday 20th December, 2013
Drive Begins To Stop Christmas Domestic Abuse
Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Police have launched an awareness campaign in the run-up to the festive period to reduce domestic violence locally. more...


Thursday 19th December, 2013
Halogen Heater Warning
Local residents are being advised to keep an eye on their Halogen Heaters whilst in use following a spate of incidents across our area which have seen them catch fire. more...


Wednesday 18th December, 2013
Unemployment Falls Again In East Midlands
The number of people out of work in the East Midlands has continued to fall, that's according to new figures. more...


Sunday 15th December, 2013
No Problems During Recent Firefighters Strike Action
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service has dealt with a small number of incidents during the two periods of industrial action by the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) this weekend. more...


Tuesday 10th December, 2013
Warning About Storm Damage Cold Callers
Local residents who were affected by the recent strong winds are being warned to be on their guard against cold calling rogue traders. more...


Tuesday 10th December, 2013
Knife Amnesty In Notts
Over the next two weeks people from across our area are being called upon to give up their potentially lethal weapons in a drive to educate others about the dangers of knives and to make our streets a safer place. more...


Monday 9th December, 2013
Drivers Urged Not To Leave Their Cars Defrosting
Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Police are reminding residents to keep their cars secure when defrosting their vehicles as the cold weather approaches. more...


Friday 6th December, 2013
Councils Pay Tribute To Nelson Mandela
Flags flew at half mast at County Hall on Friday, as Nottinghamshire County Council pays its respects to iconic former South African Leader, Nelson Mandela. more...


Thursday 5th December, 2013
Heavy Winds Bring Major Disruption
Things are slowly getting back to normal in Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover after heavy winds brought disruption at lunchtime. more...


Wednesday 4th December, 2013
Missing Cuckney Pensioner Found
A man who went missing from Cuckney has been found. more...


Wednesday 4th December, 2013
Amber Wind Warning Given For Notts
Nottinghamshire residents are being warned about strong winds expected for tomorrow morning by the County Council’s Emergency Planning team. more...


Tuesday 3rd December, 2013
Fatal Road Collision Victims Named
Police have named the two men who died when the car they were travelling in crashed in Ravenshead at the weekend. more...


Monday 2nd December, 2013
Winter Heating Advice Given With Cold Months Ahead
As temperatures continue to drop through winter, Nottinghamshire County Council is offering advice on staying warm to elderly and vulnerable people across the region. more...


Friday 29th November, 2013
Government Cuts Hit Notts Residents Hard, Says Report
Nottinghamshire residents have been amongst the hardest hit in the country by Government cuts to local services. more...


Wednesday 27th November, 2013
Good Response To Council's Budget Plans
Nottinghamshire County Council says its delighted with the response of local residents to their proposed budget plans. more...


Wednesday 27th November, 2013
Help Shape Future Of Local Healthcare
Residents across our area are being urged to help shape the future standards of care at one of our local NHS Foundation Trusts. more...


Monday 25th November, 2013
Police Begin New Violent Crime Clampdown
Nottinghamshire Police has launched a new campaign to tackle violent crime as part of a long term plan to reduce the number of victims year on year and make the county the safest in the country. more...


Friday 22nd November, 2013
Notts Gritters Out In Force
With reports forecasting the first major winter chill next week, Nottinghamshire's gritting teams say they are fully prepared for whatever the weather throws at them. more...


Tuesday 19th November, 2013
Car Thieves Crackdown In Notts
Nottinghamshire Police are warning car thieves to think again before embarking on their next crime after their Capture Cars managed to catch two thieves from Sutton in the space of a week. more...


Monday 18th November, 2013
Fake Car Insurance Warning Issued By Police
Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Police are urging young drivers in our area to be careful when purchasing car insurance following a number of fake policy scams. more...


Friday 15th November, 2013
Pensioner Sentenced For Strangling Wife
A 72-year-old farmer has been hospitalised for killing his wife. more...


Thursday 14th November, 2013
Residents Fears Allayed Over Council Cuts
The leader of Nottinghamshire County Council is reassuring residents that no stone will be left unturned in finding ways to protect services and jobs at the authority. more...


Wednesday 13th November, 2013
Sharp Drop In Jobless Figures In East Midlands
The number of people out of work across the East Midlands has fallen dramatically, according to new figures. more...


Tuesday 12th November, 2013
Doorstep Traders Warning
Local residents are being warned about doorstep traders in our area. more...


Tuesday 12th November, 2013
Crackdown On Christmas Thieves
Police in Mansfield say they are already fully prepared to make life difficult for would-be-thieves over Christmas. more...


Monday 11th November, 2013
War Medals Stolen On Remembrance Weekend
The day before Remembrance Sunday, callous thieves snook into a house in Walesby and stole the medals of a World War I veteran. more...


Sunday 10th November, 2013
Pension Plan For Notts Police Dogs Unveiled
Nottinghamshire's Police and Crime Commissioner has approved a special pension scheme for police dogs. more...


Wednesday 6th November, 2013
Jobs Threat At County Council
The leader of Nottinghamshire County Council has expressed his deep regret as the authority announced it could be making job cuts to its workforce. more...


Friday 1st November, 2013
Firefighters Strike This Evening
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service is urging local residents to take even more care than usual in the run up to Bonfire Night this weekend. more...


Thursday 31st October, 2013
Thousands Take Part In Stoptober
Almost 3,000 smokers in Nottinghamshire took a big step towards kicking the habit this month, and lead a healthier life. more...


Tuesday 29th October, 2013
Flu Jab Advice Given To Pregnant Mothers
Pregnant mothers in our area are being urged to protect themselves and their unborn babies against flu. more...


Monday 28th October, 2013
Shops Checked Ahead Of Bonfire Night
Notts County Council's Trading Standards Team are carrying out inspections across a number of stores in our area as part of the run up to Bonfire Night. more...


Friday 18th October, 2013
Firefighters Strike Called Off
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service has been informed that Saturday's planned industrial action by the Fire Brigades Union over pensions has been cancelled. more...


Friday 18th October, 2013
Tyre Slasher Sentenced
A Newstead man has been sentenced for a tyre-slashing spree across Nottinghamshire earlier this year. more...


Wednesday 16th October, 2013
Slight Rise In Unemployment Locally
The number of people out of work in the East Midlands has risen slightly, according to figures released today. more...


Wednesday 16th October, 2013
Woman Admits Falsely Claiming Benefits
A Rainworth woman has been sentenced to a community service order after she was caught falsely claiming more than £13,500 in benefits. more...


Saturday 12th October, 2013
Mining Heritage Remembered In Film
A film archive highlighting the highs and lows experienced by people working in the local mining industry is being produced. more...


Thursday 10th October, 2013
Views Needed About New School
You have just over a week to have your say on plans for a new school in Mansfield that's being backed by West Notts College. more...


Monday 7th October, 2013
Tributes Paid Following Death Of Former Local MP
Tributes have been paid to a long-serving former local councillor and MP who died at the weekend. more...


Friday 4th October, 2013
Patients Asked About Hospital Care
The trust which runs Kings Mill hospital are asking patients to share their experiences to help them improve standards of care with in the organisation. more...


Tuesday 1st October, 2013
Missing Ollerton Man Found
A missing New Ollerton man who had not been seen for a week has been found safe and well. more...


Monday 30th September, 2013
Day Of Action At Local Schools
Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire County Council have confirmed a large number of schools across Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover will be closed or affected by Tuesday's planned teachers strike. more...


Friday 27th September, 2013
Seatbelt Campaign Hailed As A Success
Nottinghamshire County Council are pleased with the results following their recent belt up campaign. more...


Wednesday 25th September, 2013
Firefighters Stage Four Hour Strike
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service is reminding people to take extra care in order to keep themselves and their families safe during today's strike by firefighters. more...


Tuesday 17th September, 2013
Local Firefighters Set For Strike Action
Firefighters across Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover will go on strike next week. more...


Wednesday 11th September, 2013
Number Out Of Work Drops Dramatically Locally
Unemployment has fallen sharply in the East Midlands. more...


Wednesday 11th September, 2013
Lights Switch-Off In Notts To End
Nottinghamshire County Council is set to reverse its part-night lighting policy which has seen street lights turned off in some parts of the county. more...


Friday 6th September, 2013
Clare's Law To Continue In Notts
Notts Police are urging local people who might be worried that their partner may be harbouring a violent past, to take advantage of a scheme called ‘Clare’s Law’. more...


Friday 16th August, 2013
New Sign To Stop Doorstep Salesmen
Nottinghamshire residents are being advised to download a ‘no invited callers’ sign to help reduce the number of doorstep salesmen knocking at their door. more...


Friday 16th August, 2013
Boy Slapped As Man Steals Milk
Police are hunting a man who slapped a young boy after stealing milk from him. more...


Thursday 15th August, 2013
Best Ever A-Level Pass Rate At College
West Nottinghamshire College is celebrating another record year for A Level results. more...


Thursday 15th August, 2013
Cells Pass Latest Inspection
Police custody provision in Nottinghamshire has significantly improved according to a new report out this morning. more...


Wednesday 14th August, 2013
Warning About Distraction Burglaries
Nottinghamshire residents are being warned about the increased risk of distraction burglaries involving summer doorstep traders. more...


Thursday 8th August, 2013
Search On For Missing Rainworth Man
Concerns have been raised for the welfare of a Rainworth man who has been missing since Wednesday afternoon. more...


Wednesday 7th August, 2013
Ollerton Police Station Back In Service
Ollerton's police station has reopened after a major facelift. more...


Friday 2nd August, 2013
Phone Scam Warning In Notts
Nottinghamshire Police are warning residents to be on their guard for phone scammers posing as police officers and computer store employees. more...


Wednesday 31st July, 2013
Keep Your Children Safe Online During Summer Holidays
Parents in Nottinghamshire have been given tips on how to keep their children safe online this summer. more...


Wednesday 24th July, 2013
Notts Men Hunted By Drugs Officers
Detectives from the South East of England have released images of two Nottinghamshire men they wish to speak to in connection with an alleged conspiracy to import cocaine into the UK. more...


Wednesday 24th July, 2013
Flash Flooding Across Nottinghamshire
Emergency services and local authorities have been very busy following flash flooding across Nottinghamshire yesterday evening. more...


Friday 12th July, 2013
Mortality Rates Study To Begin Locally
A review into mortality rates in our area is set to be commissioned by an independent body. more...


Saturday 29th June, 2013
Study Says Notts Roads Are Less Dangerous
Nottinghamshire's roads are becoming safer, according to a new report. more...


Saturday 29th June, 2013
Grass Verges Problem Being Tackled, Say Council
Nottinghamshire County Council's grass cutting teams are out for the third weekend in a row tackling roadside verges. more...


Friday 28th June, 2013
Trio Jailed For String Of Burglaries
Three Sheffield men who broke into homes in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire and stole cars worth more than £240K have been jailed for a total of 12 years. more...


Wednesday 26th June, 2013
Government's Spending Review Gets Lukewarm Response Locally
The leader of Nottinghamshire County Council says they have been "left reeling" by the latest cuts announced by chancellor George Osborne. more...


Monday 24th June, 2013
Nominations Needed For People's Award
Local residents are being asked to get involved and submit their nominations for an award to recognise an employee at a nearby hospital trust who, they believe, provides an exceptional service. more...


Friday 21st June, 2013
Missing Rainworth Man Found
A man who went missing from the Rainworth area on Wednesday afternoon has been found safe and well. more...


Friday 21st June, 2013
Reminder Of Robin Hood Line Disruption
In just under a month's time, local commuters who use the Robin Hood line can expect to have their journeys disrupted due to major improvements to parts of the track, stations and facilities. more...


Thursday 20th June, 2013
Council Leaders Join Cuts Warning
Over 150 council leaders from across the country - including four from our area - have urged the Chancellor not to enforce further cuts on local authorities. more...


Monday 17th June, 2013
Internet Warning Given To Notts Parents
Nottinghamshire Police are urging parents to take an interest in what their children are doing on the internet to protect them from online predators. more...


Sunday 16th June, 2013
Man Charged After Tyres Slashed
A 31-year-old man has been charged after the tyres of vehicles parked in Rainworth were slashed in the early hours of Thursday morning. more...


Thursday 13th June, 2013
Tyres Slashed In Early Hours Attack
Police are appealing for witnesses after up to twenty cars in the Mansfield area had their tyres slashed this morning. more...


Wednesday 5th June, 2013
Local MEP Announces He Won't Be Standing For Re-Election
One of our area's MEPs will be standing down at the next European elections which take place next year. more...


Monday 3rd June, 2013
Police Dog Hero In Axe Drama
When a man was seen wielding an axe in a quiet North Nottinghamshire street, anxious residents naturally called police but perhaps did not expect help from a plucky pooch. more...


Monday 27th May, 2013
Broadband Boost For Mansfield And Ashfield
Superfast broadband for almost every part of Nottinghamshire is on its way and, thanks to a cash boost from Europe, the service is going to be even better than first thought. more...


Tuesday 21st May, 2013
Missing Man Returns Home
A man who was missing from his home in Clipstone has returned safe and well. more...


Friday 3rd May, 2013
Labour Take Control of Both County Councils
Labour have regained control of both our area's County Councils in yesterday's elections. more...


Thursday 2nd May, 2013
Many Could Be Missing Out On Free School Meals
Hundreds of children across Mansfield and Ashfield may be missing out on free school dinners. more...


Thursday 2nd May, 2013
Mansfield, Ashfield And Bolsover Go To The Polls
Residents are voting across Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover today in the County Council elections. more...


Tuesday 23rd April, 2013
Warning About Family Of Conmen
Residents are being warned about a family of conmen targeting elder people across Mansfield and Ashfield. more...


Monday 22nd April, 2013
Kings Mill Hospital Patients Praise Treatment
The treatment received at Kings Mill Hospital in Sutton-in-Ashfield has been highly rated by patients. more...


Friday 19th April, 2013
Emergency Services In Fake Air Crash Test Run
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue are taking part in a special training exercise today along side a number of other organisations from across county. more...


Wednesday 17th April, 2013
Unemployment Drops Sharply In East Midlands
The number of people out of work across the East Midlands has fallen to 175,000. more...


Tuesday 16th April, 2013
Crime Falls In Nottinghamshire
Crime in Nottinghamshire has fallen by more than 90,000 offences over the last decade. more...


Friday 12th April, 2013
Robin Hood Line Disruption This Summer
Local commuters who use the Robin Hood line will have their journeys disrupted over the summer. more...


Tuesday 9th April, 2013
Notts Reaction To Death Of Former Prime Minister
David Cameron says Baroness Thatcher's death marks a "truly sad day for our country" but it has polarized opinion across Nottinghamshire. more...


Monday 8th April, 2013
Warning After Online Traders Are Robbed
Police are warning those who buy and sell items online to be careful who they trade with after two robberies in which the victims were threatened with knives. more...


Friday 5th April, 2013
Report Into Breast Cancer Procedures At Local Hospital
Kings Mill Hospital say they are making improvements to make sure their pathology departments provide the best treatment for local people. more...


Wednesday 3rd April, 2013
Watch Your Step In Bilsthorpe, Warn Officers
Police are urging dog walkers, horse riders and runners to take care on off-road tracks in Bilsthorpe. more...


Tuesday 2nd April, 2013
Sarah's Law Success In Nottinghamshire
A scheme to keep children safe from sex offenders has been used successfully in its second year in Nottinghamshire. more...


Monday 25th March, 2013
New Ambulance Service Plans Agreed
A controversial shake-up of East Midlands Ambulance Service has been agreed. more...


Thursday 21st March, 2013
Easter Egg Hunt Begins After Lorry Break-In
Officers in Ollerton believe motorists may be able to help them with an investigation into stolen Easter Eggs. more...


Thursday 21st March, 2013
Local Youngsters Asked About Their Needs At Special Event
Students from across Mansfield are coming together today to take part in the district's first ever Youth Consultation. more...


Wednesday 20th March, 2013
Gritters Out Again As Cold Snap Continues
Nottinghamshire's gritting teams are on course to set a new record. more...


Wednesday 20th March, 2013
East Midlands Unemployment Falls
Unemployment is continuing to fall in the East Midlands, according to new Government figures. more...


Wednesday 20th March, 2013
Switch 'n' Save Deadline Today
Residents in Nottinghamshire have until the end of today to join a scheme that could help save them up to £200 a year on their energy bills. more...


Tuesday 19th March, 2013
Two Jailed After Farnsfield Robbery
Two Bilsthorpe men are now in jail thanks to the eagle-eyes of an officer, who was on his way home from work when he spied a vehicle believed to have been used in a Farnsfield robbery. more...


Thursday 14th March, 2013
Walesby Pensioner Dies After Crash
A 95-year-old woman has died three days after being injured in a crash in Walesby. more...


Tuesday 12th March, 2013
Missing Mansfield Sergeant Found
Missing Mansfield police sergeant Colin Evans has been found safe in Redditch in the West Midlands. more...


Monday 11th March, 2013
Canal Search In Brodie Murder Inquiry
A search of a Lincolnshire canal starts this week in connection with the murder of James Brodie. more...


Monday 11th March, 2013
Charges Made After Farnsfield Robbery
Two Bilsthorpe men have been charged in connection with a robbery in Farnsfield. more...


Wednesday 6th March, 2013
Notts Pregnancy Rates Highest In Mansfield And Ashfield
Teenage pregnancy rates are falling in Nottinghamshire according to new statistics but STIs are on the up locally. more...


Tuesday 5th March, 2013
Domestic Violence Pilot Scheme Proves Successful
A pilot to prevent men and women from suffering domestic violence has been successful in its first six months in Nottinghamshire. more...


Friday 22nd February, 2013
Motorists Urged To Be Aware Of Local Scam
Drivers are being warned about a scam involving a stranded motorist. more...


Thursday 21st February, 2013
Robbery At Farnsfield Newsagents
Police are appealing for information following a robbery in Farnsfield yesterday evening. more...


Thursday 21st February, 2013
Accident Hotspot Traffic Lights Turned On This Weekend
An accident hotspot in our area is set to re-open this weekend after the latest attempts to make it safer. more...


Wednesday 20th February, 2013
Unemployment Falls In East Midlands
There has been a fall in unemployment in the East Midlands. more...


Tuesday 19th February, 2013
Brown Bin Service To Be Expanded
The brown bin service in Mansfield is being extended to parts of Newark and Sherwood as part of a pilot scheme. more...


Friday 15th February, 2013
Third Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Brodie Murder Is Bailed
A man arrested on suspicion of the murder of James Brodie has been bailed. more...


Tuesday 12th February, 2013
Man Appears In Court Charged With Brodie Murder
A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a teenager wanted over the killing of a Ravenshead jeweller. more...


Tuesday 12th February, 2013
Local Health Trust To Have Death Rate Investigated
A hospital trust in our area is one of nine across the country to have its death rates investigated. more...


Friday 1st February, 2013
Search Begins For Missing Rainworth Man
Police are searching for an 83-year-old man who went missing from his home in Rainworth this morning. more...


Thursday 31st January, 2013
Couple Admit To Sexual Abuse Of Young Girls
A married couple from Clipstone are due to be sentenced on Monday for sexually abusing three young girls over a thirteen year period. more...


Thursday 31st January, 2013
Notts Commissioner Outlines Plans For More Police Officers
Nottinghamshire's Police and Crime Commissioner has outlined the county's force can grow in size over the next few years. more...


Tuesday 29th January, 2013
Householders Urged Not To Hire Unofficial Traders
Householders are being urged to be cautious of people offering to do jobs in their gardens in the wake of the snow melting. more...


Friday 25th January, 2013
Gritters Ready For Second Snowfall
With more snow expected to arrive by this evening, Nottinghamshire County Council say their gritting teams are ready. more...


Thursday 24th January, 2013
Police To Contest Unfair Dismissal Claim
Notts Police say they will “robustly contest” an employment tribunal which will claim its decision to make police officers retire after thirty years of service is illegal. more...


Wednesday 23rd January, 2013
Unemployment Rises In East Midlands
The East Midlands has bucked the national trend in the latest unemployment figures. more...


Tuesday 22nd January, 2013
Extra Demand For Ambulance Services
The East Midlands Ambulance Service says the cold weather is causing a surge in demand. more...


Wednesday 16th January, 2013
Wheelie Bin Fire Warning In Boughton
Boughton residents are being warned to leave their wheelie bins out for as short a time as possible, after a series of fires in the area. more...


Saturday 12th January, 2013
Trio Charged After Spate Of Burglaries
Three men have appeared before magistrates charged in connection with 12 burglaries across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, including one in our area. more...


Friday 11th January, 2013
Seven Allegations Of Savile Abuse In Notts
It has been revealed Nottinghamshire Police referred seven allegations of abuse by Jimmy Savile to Operation Yew Tree. more...


Thursday 10th January, 2013
Sellars Sentenced Following Fatal Crash
A former Mansfield Town player has been given a suspended sentence for causing death by careless driving. more...


Wednesday 9th January, 2013
Notts Police Plan To Be Unveiled
The local Police and Crime Panel will get their first look at Paddy Tipping's vision for Nottinghamshire policing today. more...


Monday 7th January, 2013
Thieves Target Cars In Blidworth
Police are reminding motorists to remove valuables from their vehicles following a spate of thefts in Blidworth. more...


Saturday 5th January, 2013
Mobility Aid Conman Jailed For Five Years
A Mansfield mobility aid salesman who conned £50,000 from vulnerable people has been jailed for five years. more...


Thursday 3rd January, 2013
Husband Charged With Woman's Murder
The husband of a 70-year-old woman has been charged with her murder. more...


Thursday 3rd January, 2013
New Year's Ambulance Calls Top 3,000
As expected, it was a busy New Year for our local emergency workers. more...


Wednesday 2nd January, 2013
Notts People Feel Safer, Say New Figures
More people in Nottinghamshire are feeling safer and see anti-social behaviour as less of a problem than at any time in the last five years. more...


Friday 28th December, 2012
Man Dies Following Ollerton Collision
A 70-year-old man has died following a collision in New Ollerton. more...


Friday 28th December, 2012
Views Needed On Policing Priorities
Nottinghamshire's new Police and Crime Commissioner is asking residents what they think should be his priorities for the coming year. more...


Monday 24th December, 2012
Hunt On For Boughton Flasher
Police are appealing for information to help trace a man who exposed himself to members of the public in Boughton on Friday night. more...


Monday 24th December, 2012
Yogi Due Back Home Today
Campaigners working to get a Kings Clipstone man back home from Cuba for Christmas are celebrating success. more...


Friday 21st December, 2012
Emergency Services Set For Busiest Night Of The Year
The local emergency services are getting ready for what is expected to be the busiest night of 2012 tonight. more...


Thursday 20th December, 2012
Trio Charged With Catalytic Convertor Thefts
Three men have been charged in connection with a number of catalytic converter thefts from vehicles across Nottinghamshire including along the A614 in Ollerton. more...


Thursday 20th December, 2012
Arrests After Fight On Robin Hood Line Train
The British Transport Police were called to attend an incident on board a train travelling on the Robin Hood Line last night at around 9:30pm. more...


Wednesday 19th December, 2012
Mansfield Man Trapped In Cuba Raised In PMQs
The plight of a Kings Clipstone man trapped in Cuba has been raised in Prime Ministers Questions today. more...


Tuesday 18th December, 2012
Union Boss Ordered To Repay Money Stolen From Miners
Former president of the Union of Democratic Mineworkers (UDM) Neil Greatrex has been ordered to pay back tens of thousands of pounds that he stole from a charity established to provide care for sick and elderly miners. more...


Tuesday 18th December, 2012
Police Remind About The Dangers Of 'One Punch'
As the pubs and clubs across Nottinghamshire fill up with Christmas revellers, police are urging people to be nice, rather than naughty, this festive period by avoiding violent confrontations. more...


Thursday 13th December, 2012
MP Pledges Support To Get Trapped Mansfield Man Back Home
A local MP's helping to get a Kings Clipstone man, who is trapped in Cuba, back home in time for Christmas. more...


Tuesday 11th December, 2012
Thieves Strike On Rainworth Street
Police are warning Rainworth residents of thieves operating in the area after four houses in the same street were burgled over the weekend. more...


Monday 10th December, 2012
Motorist Found In River Is Named
A man who died after the car he was driving left the road and entered a river in Carburton has been named. more...


Thursday 6th December, 2012
Hunt For Blidworth Burglar
Police are investigating four similar burglaries carried out in Blidworth over one weekend in November. more...


Sunday 2nd December, 2012
Police Name Woman Who Died in Ompton Crash
A woman who died after the car she was driving collided with a lorry near Ollerton on Sunday morning has been named. more...


Thursday 29th November, 2012
Green Light Given For Broadband Improvements
Nottinghamshire County Council have been given the go-ahead to improve broadband services in our area. more...


Wednesday 28th November, 2012
Council Ready For Possible Cold Snap
With some long range weather forecasts predicting the coldest December for a century, Nottinghamshire County Council say they're ready for a big freeze. more...


Friday 23rd November, 2012
Mansfield 103.2 Supports White Ribbon Day
Mansfield 103.2's daytime presenters have thrown their support behind a campaign to end domestic abuse. more...


Tuesday 20th November, 2012
Police Commissioners Sworn In
Our area's two brand new Police and Crime Commissioners have been officially sworn in today. more...


Friday 16th November, 2012
First Police Commissioners Chosen
Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire have elected their first ever Police and Crime Commissioners. more...


Thursday 15th November, 2012
Teenagers Arrested After Train Derailment
British Transport Police (BTP) officers investigating the derailment of a freight train at Thoresby Colliery Junction in Edwinstone last Friday have arrested two youths in connection with the incident. more...


Wednesday 14th November, 2012
Unemployment Falls Sharply In East Midlands
The number of people out of work in the East Midlands has fallen dramatically. more...


Tuesday 13th November, 2012
Convicted Burglar Back Behind Bars
A convicted burglar from Nottinghamshire is back behind bars after absconding from an open prison earlier this year. more...


Tuesday 13th November, 2012
Clampdown On Local Loan Sharks
A new campaign has been launched to target loan sharks in our area as we run-up to Christmas when people could be tempted to use their services. more...


Monday 12th November, 2012
A614 Speed Cameras Are Working, Say Council
Newly-installed average speed cameras on the A614 have already had an impact, according to Notts County Council. more...


Thursday 8th November, 2012
Fireman Honoured For Quick Thinking At Crash
Two local firemen are being recognised for their quick actions and first aid skills after arriving first on the scene at a road traffic collision in Mansfield. more...


Tuesday 6th November, 2012
Mansfield Man Fails To Return To Prison
A man, whose last address was in Mansfield, is being hunted by police after he failed to return to prison. more...


Tuesday 6th November, 2012
Rainworth Schoolchildren To Honour Police Force's War Dead
Rainworth schoolchildren visiting World War One battlefields in France and Belgium will lay wreaths of poppies on behalf of the force in memory of Nottinghamshire police officers killed in the conflict. more...


Wednesday 31st October, 2012
Ollerton Man Fined For Fly-Tipping
An Ollerton man who blamed the appearance of a mouse for him dumping household waste by the side of a road must pay fines and costs of almost £400. more...


Tuesday 30th October, 2012
Rainworth Death Was 'Unlawful Killing'
A man who was attacked outside his Rainworth home was unlawfully killed, an inquest has concluded today. more...


Tuesday 30th October, 2012
New £13m Visitor Attraction At Sherwood Forest
A £13m investment plan to create a world class Robin Hood experience and protect historic Sherwood Forest will provide a major boost for the local economy, says Nottinghamshire County Council. more...


Monday 29th October, 2012
Police Appeal To 'Mystery Woman' To Come Forward
Police are appealing for a woman to come forward and speak to them to confirm that she is safe and well. more...


Monday 29th October, 2012
Illegal Fireworks Crackdown Underway
With Bonfire Night just around the corner, residents across Mansfield are being urged to report traders illegally selling fireworks. more...


Wednesday 24th October, 2012
Witness Appeal To Farnsfield Crash
Police investigating a crash in Farnsfield are keen to speak to a number of people who stopped at the scene to help. more...


Tuesday 23rd October, 2012
Appeal After Village Burglaries
Police have appealed for information about two burglaries which occurred in Oxton in the space of an hour. more...


Tuesday 23rd October, 2012
Warning After Van Is Stolen
Motorists are being reminded not to leave their keys in the ignition of their vehicle after a van was stolen in Clowne. more...


Saturday 20th October, 2012
Witnesses Needed To Warsop 'Assault'
A 22-year-old man is in a serious condition in hospital following an incident in Warsop in the early hours of this morning. more...


Friday 19th October, 2012
Assistant Chief Constable To Retire
Paul Broadbent, Nottinghamshire Police’s Assistant Chief Constable with specific responsibility for the crime portfolio, is to retire from the Police after more than thirty years’ service. more...


Friday 19th October, 2012
Four To Run For Crime Commissioner Role
The deadline for candidates to submit their nomination papers in a bid to become Nottinghamshire's first ever Police and Crime Commissioner passed at noon today. more...


Friday 19th October, 2012
Notts Achieves Gold Standard For GCSEs
Nottinghamshire is higher than the national average for GCSE grades for the first time. more...


Thursday 18th October, 2012
Nottinghamshire Has Best Monthly Crime Figures In A Decade
Nottinghamshire experienced its lowest monthly crime figures for over ten years last month. more...


Thursday 18th October, 2012
Call To Use NHS Direct More
Local people are being encouraged to use NHS Direct more this winter. more...


Wednesday 17th October, 2012
Dramatic Drop In Unemployment Figures
The number of people out of work in the East Midlands has fallen sharply. more...


Wednesday 17th October, 2012
Neighbourhood Watch Goes Online
Local Neighbourhood Watch groups are going online to fight crime. more...


Monday 15th October, 2012
Cannabis Plants Found In Bilsthorpe House
Notts Police have seized around five hundred suspected cannabis plants from a house in Bilsthorpe that could have been worth hundreds of thousands of pounds. more...


Thursday 11th October, 2012
Residents To Have Say About Ambulance Service
Local residents have the chance today to tell the East Midlands Ambulance Service what they think of plans to overhaul the service. more...


Wednesday 10th October, 2012
Royal Visit To Local College
Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, is making a visit to Vision West Nottinghamshire College next week. more...


Monday 8th October, 2012
Government Watchdog Takes Charge Of Local NHS Trust
The Independent Regulator of NHS Foundation Trusts is stepping in to take over the Trust that oversees hospital care in our area. more...


Monday 8th October, 2012
79 Women To Be Recalled For Breast Cancer Screening
The Care Quality Commission is to carry out an urgent inspection from today into breast cancer screening, pathology and clinical governance at Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. more...


Friday 5th October, 2012
Elderly Residents Targeted By Cons
Residents are being warned against rogue traders operating in Nottinghamshire after a Blidworth pensioner was conned by a doorstep caller. more...


Thursday 4th October, 2012
Apprenticeships Prove Popular In Nottinghamshire
New figures show that Nottinghamshire has the biggest percentage of youngsters working as apprentices. more...


Wednesday 3rd October, 2012
Campaign Begins To Make Local Cyclists Safer
The family of a Mansfield police officer who suffered serious injuries when he was knocked off his bike are backing a drive to get cyclists better seen. more...


Tuesday 2nd October, 2012
Don't Fall Victim To Voucher Scammers
Local residents are being warned about a recent phone scam in which callers have been swindled for thousands of pounds. more...


Monday 1st October, 2012
Man With Sleeping Fetish Jailed For Rape
A 30-year-old Thurgarton man, who raped and sexually assaulted women, and took photos of them while they were unconscious, has been jailed. more...


Friday 28th September, 2012
Man Jailed For Collision With Off-Duty Police Officer
A 26-year-old man, who admitted dangerous driving in a collision which left a Mansfield police officer with serious injuries, has been jailed. more...


Monday 24th September, 2012
Concerns Over NHS Trusts 'Poor Financial Performance'
A group that ensures NHS Trusts are running properly says it has major concerns about the one that runs Kings Mill Hospital. more...


Saturday 15th September, 2012
Man Charged In Connection With Boughton Shop Burglary
A 32-year-old man is set to appear at court to face several charges after a large quantity of cigarettes were stolen from a shop in Boughton. more...


Thursday 13th September, 2012
New Service For Cancer Sufferers
People suffering from cancer across Mansfield and Ashfield are being offered a new service at Kings Mill Hospital which will mean they will not have to make the long trip to Nottingham. more...


Wednesday 12th September, 2012
Unemployment Rises In East Midlands
Unemployment has risen again in the East Midlands. more...


Wednesday 12th September, 2012
Man Guilty Of Underage Sex Jailed
A Brimington man who had consensual sex with a 14-year-old girl at a house in Clowne last year has been jailed for four years. more...


Tuesday 11th September, 2012
September Clampdown On 'Fatal Four' Road Habits
A six-week clamp down on drivers who break four key rules of the road in Nottinghamshire is underway. more...


Monday 10th September, 2012
Five Charged Following Blidworth Fight
Five people have been charged with violent disorder following a fight in a Blidworth street in January. more...


Wednesday 22nd August, 2012
Views On Notts Transport Needed
Residents across Nottinghamshire are being urged to have their say on transport across the county. more...


Tuesday 21st August, 2012
Meals On Wheels Disrupted By Thieves
The Meals on Wheels service in our area could be disrupted today because of callous thieves. more...


Monday 20th August, 2012
Council Committed To Keeping School Playing Fields
Nottinghamshire County Council say it is committed to keeping school playing fields under local authority control. more...


Friday 17th August, 2012
Man Admits Causing Blidworth Crash That Injured PC
A 26-year-old man has pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and failing to stop after a crash which left a Nottinghamshire Police officer with serious injuries. more...


Friday 17th August, 2012
Appeal After Man Hit By Air Pellet In Farnsfield
Police are appealing for help to trace an offender who fired an air pistol at a pensioner. more...


Wednesday 15th August, 2012
ID Check Warning To Notts Shops
Shopkeepers across Nottinghamshire are being urged to make sure they check the age of youngsters that they sell to after a recent sting by local Trading Standards Officers. more...


Friday 3rd August, 2012
Illegal Goods Seized At Local Market
Nottinghamshire Trading Standards Officers have cracked down on people selling illegal goods at a local market. more...


Friday 27th July, 2012
Police Name Victims Of Wellow Crash
Police have named two men who died in a collision involving two cars and a motorcycle. more...


Wednesday 25th July, 2012
Two Die In Wellow Road Collision
Police are seeking witnesses to a road collision in Wellow yesterday evening in which two men died. more...


Wednesday 25th July, 2012
Charity Walk This Weekend To Remember Local Soldier
A former local soldier from Mansfield Woodhouse who would have been 24 today will be remembered this weekend with a special charity walk. more...


Thursday 5th July, 2012
Poor Hygiene Costs Pub Landlord A Large Fine
A Blidworth pub landlord has been prosecuted and fined after environmental health officers discovered a catalogue of serious food hygiene offences at his premises. more...


Wednesday 4th July, 2012
Notts Police Improve Domestic Abuse Support
Nottinghamshire Police has been commended for the way it deals with incidents of domestic abuse across the country. more...


Tuesday 3rd July, 2012
Cash Boost For Youth Homeless
Almost half a million pounds more could be spent on tackling youth homelessness in Nottinghamshire. more...


Monday 2nd July, 2012
Daughter Appeals To Find Missing Mum
The daughter of a missing Shirebrook woman is appealing for her to get in touch. more...


Sunday 1st July, 2012
UPDATE: Thoresby Road Reopens After Crash
The A614 road near Thoresby has been re-opened following a road crash on Sunday afternoon. more...


Friday 29th June, 2012
Do You Know These Men?
Police have issued images of two men they want to identify as they may have information about an assault at a concert in Nottinghamshire. more...


Thursday 28th June, 2012
Torch Passes Through Mansfield
The Olympic Torch has made its way through Mansfield and the local area bringing the spirit of the Games with it on what was a very wet day. more...


Wednesday 27th June, 2012
End Of Notts Mounted Police
The mounted section of Notts Police is to be disbanded, it's been confirmed. more...


Thursday 21st June, 2012
Restraint Called For Ahead Of Fatal Fire Funeral
Derbyshire Police are asking for restraint ahead of the funeral of six children who all died in a house fire last month. more...


Wednesday 20th June, 2012
Man Arrested In Connection With Fatal Fire Released On Bail
A man arrested in connection with a fire in which six children died has been released on bail. more...


Wednesday 20th June, 2012
Unemployment Down In East Midlands
The number of people out of work in the East Midlands is down again, according to the latest figures. more...


Wednesday 20th June, 2012
Hospitals "Ready For Doctors Strike"
Hospitals in our area, including Sutton's Kings Mill, are well prepared for tomorrow's strike by doctors, say local health chiefs. more...


Tuesday 19th June, 2012
Sharp Rise In Waiting Times At Local Hospitals
New figures show that the number of people waiting four hours or more in A&E at our local hospitals, including King's Mill in Sutton, has more than tripled in the past year. more...


Saturday 16th June, 2012
Locals Recognised In Honours List
Local people have been recognised by the Queen in her birthday honours list. more...


Saturday 16th June, 2012
Local Rock Festival Cancelled
A rock festival due to take place at the end of the month has been cancelled. more...


Saturday 16th June, 2012
Callous Thief Steals Bike From Hospital Car Park
Police are hunting a callous thief who stole a bicycle from a hospital car park as its owner was inside with his dying father. more...


Friday 15th June, 2012
Suspended Sentence And Electronic Tag For Benefit Fraudster
A former miner from Bilsthorpe who failed to declare a mineworkers’ pension when claiming benefit has received a suspended prison sentence. more...


Thursday 14th June, 2012
Five-Term School Year Now Unlikely
A proposal to make it a five-term school year across Nottinghamshire is now unlikely to become reality. more...


Tuesday 12th June, 2012
Local Man Given Two-Year ASBO
A local man has been slapped with an ASBO after being convicted of shoplifting and harassment. more...


Monday 11th June, 2012
Driver Charged After Cocaine Found In His Car
A man has been charged with drugs offences after police stopped his car on the M1 and found cocaine. more...


Wednesday 6th June, 2012
£10,000 Needed For Local Child With Brain Tumour
A Bilsthorpe family is looking to raise £10,000 so that their three-year-old son can get the specialist treatment he needs for a brain tumour. more...


Wednesday 30th May, 2012
Notts Detective Sergeant Found Guilty Of Rape
A Nottinghamshire police officer has been found guilty of raping a woman in the city whilst he was off-duty. more...


Wednesday 30th May, 2012
Three Hurt In A614 Crash
Three people have been taken to hospital after a road crash in Nottinghamshire. more...


Wednesday 30th May, 2012
Tobacco Robbery - Man In CCTV Could Help
Do you recognise the man in these images? more...


Monday 28th May, 2012
M1 Reopens After Police Incident
A woman has died after reportedly falling from a bridge on the M1 in our area overnight. more...


Monday 28th May, 2012
Warning Over Telephone Scam
Notts residents are being warned about a telephone scam that demands £50 in exchange for prize money and threaten legal action if the payment is not made. more...


Tuesday 22nd May, 2012
Have You Seen Missing Ollerton Man?
Police are growing increasingly concerned for a 20-year-old man who went missing from his New Ollerton home earlier today. more...


Tuesday 22nd May, 2012
CCTV Released After Attempted Burglary
Police investigating an attempted burglary in Ollerton have released a CCTV image of a man they want to trace in connection with the incident. more...


Tuesday 22nd May, 2012
Motorcyclist Urged To Contact Police After Fatal Crash
Police have issued CCTV images of a motorcyclist they want to speak to about a fatal crash which happened near Rainworth earlier this month. more...


Monday 21st May, 2012
Witnesses Needed To Bike Crash
A motorcyclist was seriously injured in a road collision in our area. more...


Friday 18th May, 2012
More Notts Torch Relay Details Released
The Olympic Torch is beginning to make its way around the country today ahead of the London Games this summer. more...


Friday 18th May, 2012
Rare Breed Dogs Dumped In Mansfield
The RSPCA are trying to find out if there is any connection between two rare breed dogs being abandoned in Mansfield and four of the same type that washed up dead at Leicestershire pumping station. more...


Friday 18th May, 2012
New Chairman At Notts County Council
There's a new Chairman and Vice-Chairman at Notts County Council. more...


Thursday 17th May, 2012
Sixth Day Of Action By East Midlands Train Drivers
Train drivers in the East Midlands are today staging the last of their six one-day walkouts in May. more...


Wednesday 16th May, 2012
Details Released Of How Tragic Derby Fire Started
Detectives investigating a fire which claimed the lives of six children have released more information about the cause of the blaze. more...


Wednesday 16th May, 2012
Jobless Figures Fall In East Midlands
Unemployment has fallen both locally and nationally, according to the latest figures released this morning. more...


Friday 11th May, 2012
Drought Status Lifted For Midlands
Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover are officially no longer in drought. more...


Friday 11th May, 2012
Warning Over Laser Pen Danger Released
Notts Police are issuing a warning about the dangers posed by laser pens pointed at moving vehicles. more...


Friday 11th May, 2012
Operation Rustproof Seizes Thousands Of Cars
An operation to rid Nottinghamshire’s streets of uninsured, unlicensed and unroadworthy vehicles has seen almost 22,000 seized in seven years. more...


Tuesday 8th May, 2012
Bus Service On Robin Hood Line Today
There is further disruption on our area's trains today as drivers stage a third one-day walkout this month in a row over pensions. more...


Monday 23rd April, 2012
Fatal Road Crash Victim Named
Police have named a woman who died in a collision on the A617. more...


Friday 20th April, 2012
CCTV Images Released Following Bank Card Theft
A stolen bankcard has been used to withdraw a significant amount of money from the victim’s account. more...


Wednesday 18th April, 2012
Firefighters Tackle Industrial Unit Blaze
Firefighters spent almost five hours tackling a major fire on a local industrial estate yesterday evening. more...


Monday 16th April, 2012
Drought Warning For Our Area
Half of Britain is now in drought, including Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover. more...


Saturday 7th April, 2012
A1 Collision Cyclist Named
The cyclist who died following a collision on the A1 in North Nottinghamshire yesterday has been named. more...


Thursday 5th April, 2012
Mansfield Bottom Of Notts Diamond Jubilee Street Party League
It appears that Mansfield is not that interested in the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. more...


Wednesday 4th April, 2012
Double Crossing Double Glazing Salesman Must Repay Victims
A local man who scammed more than £3,000 in deposits from people for work he never carried out has been ordered to repay his victims. more...


Wednesday 4th April, 2012
Figures Show Extent Of Child Abuse
New figures released today reveal that there were over 500 sex crimes against children in Nottinghamshire last year. more...


Wednesday 4th April, 2012
Two Arrested On Suspicion Of VAT Fraud
Two men from our area are among three arrested today following raids by Revenues & Customs officials. more...


Friday 30th March, 2012
Fears Grow For Missing Warsop Woman
Notts Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 25-year-old woman who has been missing for more than a month. more...


Tuesday 27th March, 2012
Hefty Fine For Shop Selling Fake Vodka
A Rainworth off-licence and one of its directors has been fined a combined total of £1,800 and ordered to pay costs for selling counterfeit vodka. more...


Monday 19th March, 2012
Olympic Torch Route Revealed
The route the Olympic Torch will take through our area has been revealed this morning. more...


Thursday 15th March, 2012
M1 Collision Appeal
Police officers investigating a collision which closed the northbound M1 in our area are appealing to other motorists who were on the motorway at the time of the crash to contact them. more...


Wednesday 14th March, 2012
Unemployment Up In East Midlands
The number of people unemployed in the East Midlands has risen. more...


Saturday 10th March, 2012
Blidworth Cannabis Grower Caught
A man who grew cannabis at his Blidworth home – despite living next to a police station – has been told he will have to pay back nearly £23,000. more...


Tuesday 6th March, 2012
Pensioner Dies Following Crash Into House
A 76-year-old man who died after the car he was driving struck a house in Clipstone has been named. more...


Monday 5th March, 2012
Clare's Law To Be Piloted In Nottinghamshire
Men and women in Nottinghamshire will be allowed to ask police if their partner has a history of domestic violence. more...


Wednesday 29th February, 2012
Thieves Strike At Edwinstowe School
Callous thieves stole children’s play equipment from a primary school in Edwinstowe. more...


Tuesday 28th February, 2012
Fatal Crash Victim Named
Police have named a motorcyclist who died in a crash near Clumber Park at the weekend. more...


Friday 24th February, 2012
Council Budget Plans Approved
Councillors last night approved the budget plans for the upcoming year at Notts County Council. more...


Friday 24th February, 2012
More Beat Bobbies Promised In Notts
Nottinghamshire will have more bobbies on the beat in the future thanks to an increase in funding. more...


Wednesday 22nd February, 2012
Council Slams Unison Economic Report
A report released today says the economic divide between Mansfield and Ashfield and the south of Nottinghamshire is massive and is set to grow. more...


Tuesday 21st February, 2012
Security Job Advert Concerns
Notts Police want to hear from anyone who have received correspondence from a company called Cubus Security Services Ltd. more...


Friday 17th February, 2012
Police Satisfied 'Lone Child' Is Safe And Well
Police are satisfied that a child seen walking alone along a busy road yesterday has been identified and is safe and well. more...


Wednesday 15th February, 2012
Unemployment Up In East Midlands
The number of people out of work in the East Midlands has risen slightly, according to the latest figures released today. more...


Wednesday 15th February, 2012
Newark and Sherwood Rent Rise Defended
A rent rise of 8.7% has been defended by Newark and Sherwood District Council. more...


Tuesday 14th February, 2012
New Afghan Role For Local Soldiers
Soldiers from our area serving in the Mercian Regiment are taking on new responsibilities in Afghanistan's Helmand Province. more...


Friday 10th February, 2012
Teenager Guity Of Hammer Murder
A teenage boy who attacked a woman with a hammer in Nottinghamshire before setting her house on fire has been found guilty of murder. more...


Wednesday 8th February, 2012
Man Accused Of Murder Dies
The man charged with the murder of his 70-year-old neighbour in Rainworth on Boxing Day has died. more...


Tuesday 7th February, 2012
Bus Service Information
Here is the latest information from Stagecoach regarding local bus services as the frozen weather continues to affect travel in our area. more...


Tuesday 7th February, 2012
Care Homes Sold Off
Six residential care homes, including two in our area, have been sold by Nottinghamshire County Council. more...


Monday 6th February, 2012
Local Businesses Could Get Cash Boost
There could be a cash boost for businesses in our area. more...


Monday 30th January, 2012
Notts County Striker Charged
Notts County striker Lee Hughes has been charged on suspicion of sexual assault. more...


Monday 30th January, 2012
Street Lights Consultation Continues
According to a recent survey, people across Nottinghamshire feel pretty safe after dark but could proposals to switch off street lights in the early hours of the morning bring that to an end? more...


Monday 23rd January, 2012
Family Thanks Support For Injured Police Officer
The family of a high profile police officer who was left critically injured following a hit-and-run are thanking the people of Mansfield and the surrounding area for their support. more...


Thursday 19th January, 2012
Ollerton Crash Victim Named
The 57-year-old woman involved in a collision in Ollerton yesterday has been named. more...


Wednesday 18th January, 2012
Council Pledges £10m Investment
People in Rainworth, Blidworth and Ollerton are set to benefit from a major cash boost to their area. more...


Wednesday 18th January, 2012
Unemployment Rises In East Midlands
The latest unemployment figures show that 7,000 more people are out of work in the East Midlands. more...


Wednesday 18th January, 2012
Fewer Drink-Drive Tests In Notts But More Arrests
The number of Nottinghamshire motorists failing breath tests in December went up despite the number being tested dropping dramatically. more...


Tuesday 17th January, 2012
East Midlands MEP Yet To Step Down
An East Midlands MEP's refused to step down in a row over his successor. more...


Tuesday 17th January, 2012
Frostjacking Warning
Police are urging drivers to avoid leaving their cars unattended when defrosting them during the latest cold snap. more...


Saturday 31st December, 2011
Local Trio Get MBEs
Three people in our area have been honoured with MBEs in the Queen's New Year's Honours List. more...


Saturday 31st December, 2011
Rainworth Murder Accused Remanded
A 60-year-old man charged with the murder of a Rainworth pensioner on Boxing Day has been remanded into custody. more...


Monday 19th December, 2011
Black Panther Is Dead
One of Britain's most notorious serial killers who was caught in our area has died in hospital. more...


Thursday 15th December, 2011
Victim of Fatal Clipstone Road Collision is Named
A motorist who died following a collision in Clipstone yesterday has been named by police. more...


Thursday 15th December, 2011
War Memorial Gets Facelift
A war memorial in our area that was recently targeted by vandals has been restored to its former glory. more...


Wednesday 14th December, 2011
Man Charged With Rape To Appear In Court
A 19-year-old man has been charged with the rape of a woman in a Nottingham park at the weekend. more...


Tuesday 13th December, 2011
Metal Thieves Strike At Newstead Abbey
Lead worth £2,000 has been stolen from the roof of Newstead Abbey. more...


Tuesday 13th December, 2011
Will Young To Appear At Sherwood Pines
The Forestry Commission have revealed that top-selling artist, Will Young, will appear in a mega outdoor gig in Sherwood Pines Forest Park on Friday 15th June, 2012. more...


Tuesday 13th December, 2011
Former MP To Return To Public Life?
A former local MP is looking to return to public life in 2012. more...


Tuesday 13th December, 2011
Blidworth Woman Named In Fatal Crash
A Blidworth woman who died in a crash in Nottinghamshire on Friday morning has been named. more...


Monday 12th December, 2011
SmartWater Offer For Local War Memorials
War memorials across Nottinghamshire may be eligible for free SmartWater marking as part of the 'In Memoriam 2014' scheme. more...


Thursday 8th December, 2011
Night Of Recognition For Local Police Officers
A group of Nottinghamshire police officers have been recognised for their long service and good conduct at an awards ceremony in Hucknall last night. more...


Wednesday 7th December, 2011
Notts Drug Dealer Jailed For Seven Years
A drug dealer from Nottinghamshire who coordinated and distributed heroin and crack cocaine across the county has been sent to jail. more...


Tuesday 6th December, 2011
Magpies Striker Arrested At Weekend
Notts County striker Lee Hughes has been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault. more...


Wednesday 30th November, 2011
UPDATE: Strikes Information
Here is a list of the latest information received by Mansfield 103.2 about which services will be affected by the public sector workers strike on Wednesday 30th November. more...


Tuesday 29th November, 2011
Drink Driving Figures On The Up In Notts
More people are drink driving and getting caught in Nottinghamshire. more...


Monday 28th November, 2011
Mortality Rates At Local NHS Up.
A new report shows that the mortality rates in the hospitals run by Sherwood Forest Hospitals are higher than expected more...


Saturday 26th November, 2011
UPDATE: Police Officer Seriously Injured In Hit-and-Run
The cyclist injured in a hit-and-run collision in Blidworth last night is an off-duty Nottinghamshire police officer. more...


Wednesday 23rd November, 2011
Detective Sergeant At Court Over Rape Claim
A Notts police sergeant charged with rape earlier this month has appeared before Derby magistrates. more...


Wednesday 23rd November, 2011
Work Starts Soon On College Facelift
One of the area's biggest and best colleges has been given the go-ahead for a multi-million pound facelift. more...


Saturday 19th November, 2011
Pedestrian Dies In M1 Collision
Part of the M1 is closed following a collision between a pedestrian and a van. more...


Thursday 17th November, 2011
Police Renew Appeal For Missing Teenager
Derbyshire Police have renewed an appeal to find a missing teenager who has connections with Warsop. more...


Wednesday 16th November, 2011
Officer Charged With Rape
A 46-year-old Notts Police Detective Sergeant has been charged with the rape, attempted rape and sexual touching of a 43-year-old woman. more...


Tuesday 15th November, 2011
Indefinite Prison Sentence For Rainworth Sex Attacker
Shaun Tudor has been sentenced to an indefinite period in prison for the attempted rape of a 10-year-old boy in Rainworth in July. more...


Thursday 10th November, 2011
Southwell Sex Attack - Police Confident No Attack Took Place
Police investigating a sex attack claim in Southwell say they're satisfied that no offence took place. more...


Wednesday 9th November, 2011
Suspect's Image Released After Leicester Fire Attack
A new image has been released of a suspect police are hunting after two men were set on fire in Leicester. more...


Tuesday 8th November, 2011
Police Investigate Report Of Sexual Assault
Police are investigating a report that a 13-year-old girl was seriously sexually assaulted in Southwell on Monday afternoon. more...


Monday 7th November, 2011
Torch Relay Route Announced
The Olympic Torch is set to come through our area as it makes its way around the country ahead of the London 2012 Games. more...


Thursday 3rd November, 2011
Man Appears In Court Charged With Murder
A Southwell man, charged with the murder of a man from Kent in Nottingham, has appeared in court. more...


Tuesday 1st November, 2011
Further Cuts Announced By County Council
Notts County Council have announced plans to cut almost 400 posts as part of proposals to save a further £12m next year. more...


Friday 28th October, 2011
Police Issue CCTV Image In Card Theft Investigation
Police have issued a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to in connection with a burglary near Retford. more...


Wednesday 26th October, 2011
Stolen Wellow Car Allegedly Filled-Up In Beeston
Beeston and Calverton residents are being asked to help police with their enquiries into a burglary in Wellow. more...


Thursday 20th October, 2011
Crime Falls Fastest In Notts
Crime continues to fall faster in Nottinghamshire than anywhere else in the country. more...


Wednesday 19th October, 2011
Police Job Loss Figures Released.
A national workers Union has announced revealing figures that show how many people have lost their jobs as cuts to the policing budget take hold. more...


Wednesday 19th October, 2011
A Final Goodbye For White Post Farms Famous Resident.
Darren the Waving Goat at White Post Farm has passed away. more...


Wednesday 28th September, 2011
Former Police Officer Jailed For Common Assault
A former police officer who was found guilty of common assault has today been jailed for eight weeks. more...


Tuesday 27th September, 2011
Traffic Jam Misery Set To End
Traffice misery may soon be over for motorists at a busy road junction in our area. more...


Monday 26th September, 2011
Condition Of School Boy Injured In Classroom Is Improving
A schoolboy who was injured after a classroom altercation is improving in hospital. more...


Wednesday 14th September, 2011
Police Hunt Forest Town Attempted Robber
A would-be robber punched a man in the face in an attempt to steal his wallet and mobile phone in Forest Town. more...


Tuesday 13th September, 2011
Boundary Changes Possible For Local Constituencies
Voters across our area could find themselves voting in different constituencies under plans to change electoral boundaries. more...


Tuesday 13th September, 2011
Possible Change To Notts School Terms
Term times for schools across our area could be changing. more...


Monday 12th September, 2011
New Role For Top Notts Cop
A top Nottinghamshire cop is heading up a brand new crime-busting initiative being launched today. more...


Monday 5th September, 2011
Police Slam Policy Exchange Report
Notts Police have blasted a report that suggests that 1 in 20 police officers are doing jobs that could be done by lower-earning civilian staff. more...


Monday 5th September, 2011
Distinctive Car Sought Following Ollerton Crash
A distinctively-painted car is being sought by officers investigating how another vehicle suffered major damage in Ollerton last month. more...


Thursday 1st September, 2011
Are Southern Cross Care Homes Safe
The future of residents and staff at Southern Cross Came homes in Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover may be safe more...


Thursday 1st September, 2011
Police Name Woman Killed In Epperstone By-Pass Crash
A passenger who died in a collision in a Nottinghamshire road last week has been named by police. more...


Wednesday 31st August, 2011
Man Killed In By-Pass Collision Named
One of two people who died following a crash on the Epperstone by-pass last week has been named by police. more...


Wednesday 31st August, 2011
Former Notts Police Officer Convicted Of Common Assault
A former Nottinghamshire police officer has been found guilty of common assault in a trial at Mansfield Magistrates Court. more...


Wednesday 31st August, 2011
Nottinghamshire Police Strike Action
Nottinghamshire Police say a strike by staff employees at the force yesterday had no major impact on the force’s ability to provide an effective service. more...


Monday 29th August, 2011
4 Die On Counties Roads Over August Bank Holiday
Police are appealing for witnesses to 3 seperate incidents that claimed 4 lives and left a motorcyclist seriously injured in Nottinghamshire over the weekend. more...


Wednesday 24th August, 2011
Notts Police Respond To Unison Strike Action
Civilian staff working at Notts Police are being asked to take part in two days of strike action. more...


Wednesday 17th August, 2011
Appeal After Clumber Park Bikes Theft
Police are appealing for witnesses after thieves stole two hire bikes from Clumber Park. more...


Monday 8th August, 2011
Man Dies In Edwinstowe Road Collision
Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal road collision in Edwinstowe yesterday afternoon. more...


Monday 1st August, 2011
Trainee Teacher Handed Six Month Ban.
A trainee teacher teaching in Southwell has been suspended from entering the classroom for six months. more...


Friday 22nd July, 2011
Rainworth Sexual Assault: Man Appears In Court
A 43-year-old man has appeared before Mansfield magistrates this morning in relation to a serious sexual assault on a 10-year-old boy in Rainworth. more...


Wednesday 20th July, 2011
Horses Stolen From Local Paddock
Police are appealing for the public’s help to find six horses stolen from a paddock in Calverton. more...


Thursday 14th July, 2011
Crime Falls In North Notts
The latest Home Office crime figures show that crime has fallen drastically in North Nottinghamshire. more...


Tuesday 12th July, 2011
Appeal After Hit And Run
An appeal has gone out after a hit and run on the A60 near Ravenshead last month. more...


Wednesday 6th July, 2011
Bogus Police Magazine Warning
Businesses in Mansfield and Ashfield are being warned about a scam where advertising space is offered in a bogus police magazine. more...


Monday 4th July, 2011
Bird Deaths Prompt Appeal
Police have issued an appeal to identify the person or people who have shot dead a number of birds in a Clipstone country park. more...


Friday 1st July, 2011
Police Officers To Be Balloted On Strike Action
Notts police officers will be balloted over taking strike action. more...


Thursday 30th June, 2011
Schools Affected By Strike Action
Over 60 schools across Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover are either closed or partially closed today due to strike action. more...


Tuesday 28th June, 2011
Notts Police Officers Could Go On Strike
Police Officers in Notts could be heading towards strike action after talks between the force and the trade unions have appeared to break down. more...


Wednesday 22nd June, 2011
3,000 Inappropriate Images Found On County Council Computers
Mansfield 103.2 has obtained information that shows that nearly 3,000 highly inappropriate images have been found on Nottinghamshire County Council computers. more...


Tuesday 21st June, 2011
Photos Issued Of Gaming Machine Theft Suspects
After a series of thefts from pub gaming across Notts, police have released CCTV images of three men they would like to speak to. more...


Thursday 16th June, 2011
38 Jobs May Go At West Notts College
West Notts College say they will be doing all they can to avoid compulsory job losses. more...


Thursday 16th June, 2011
Police Satisfaction Grows
Almost nine out of ten victims of crime in Notts are now satisfied with the service they get from police, say new figures. more...


Wednesday 15th June, 2011
Salt Depot Work Well Underway
Work is well underway to make sure traffic in Notts will not be brought to a standstill if there's another big freeze this winter. more...


Wednesday 15th June, 2011
Safety Measures Being Introduced On A614
Safety measures are continuing to be introduced on a local road where six people died in a crash. more...


Friday 10th June, 2011
Southern Cross Could Sell Off Care Homes
3 Care Homes in Mansfields could be in danger of closing. more...


Thursday 9th June, 2011
Post Office Future Decided Today
Today at Westminster MP’s will vote on whether the Royal Mail should be sold off and privatised, ending three centuries of postal history. more...


Thursday 9th June, 2011
Southern Cross Job Losses
Britain's biggest care home operator will cut thousands of jobs, meaning there could be redundancies in our area. more...


Friday 3rd June, 2011
Pair In Hospital After M1 Crash
A man and a woman are in intensive care following a collision on the M1 last night. more...


Thursday 2nd June, 2011
Summer Drink Driving Campaign Gets Underway
A campaign has been launched to cut the number of motorists who are drink-driving in Nottinghamshire. more...


Wednesday 1st June, 2011
Local Concerns About Care Home Company's Future
Some old people in our area are facing an uncertain future because of financial troubles at Britain's biggest care home company. more...


Friday 27th May, 2011
Rainworth Recycling Facility Plans Rejected By Government
The Government has ruled that planning permission should be refused for a recycling plant in Rainworth. more...


Thursday 26th May, 2011
Notts Child Sex Offences Figures Released
Latest figures show that there were 574 sex offences against children in Nottinghamshire last year. more...


Monday 23rd May, 2011
Pair Deny Taking Money From Charity
Two leaders of the Union of Democratic Mineworkers have denied stealing nearly £150,000 from a charity for sick and elderly miners. more...


Wednesday 18th May, 2011
Variable Speed Limits Now On M1
Drivers on the M1 this morning will see new variable speed limits being enforced across part of the motorway in our area. more...


Sunday 15th May, 2011
A617 Fatal Crash: Victim Named
Police have identified a man who died in a crash on the main road between Mansfield and Newark early on Saturday morning. more...


Saturday 14th May, 2011
A617 Closed After "Serious Accident"
The main road between Mansfield and Newark has been closed at Kirklington on Saturday morning due to a serious accident. more...


Thursday 12th May, 2011
Schools Set For Cash Injection
A number of schools in our area could soon benefit from a major cash injection. more...


Wednesday 11th May, 2011
Two Arrested After Failing To Stop For Police
Two men have been arrested in connection with the possible theft of a Land Rover which failed to stop for police on the M1 in our area in the early hours of this morning. more...


Thursday 5th May, 2011
Mansfield 103.2 Up For National Award
Mansfield 103.2 has been nominated for an Arqiva commercial radio award. more...


Tuesday 3rd May, 2011
New Names Added To Local Memorial
The names of eighteen servicemen killed in both World Wars, missing from a local memorial, have finally been added to the plaque in Southwell Minster during a special ceremony. more...


Wednesday 20th April, 2011
Police Try To Identify Man In CCTV Footage
Detectives have released CCTV footage of a man they want to speak to in connection with a burglary in Southwell. more...


Wednesday 20th April, 2011
Local Ambulance Service Fails To Meet Target
The East Midlands Ambulance Service is failing to meet its required performance targets for responding to emergencies. more...


Tuesday 19th April, 2011
UK Coal Announces Losses
The company that runs Thoresby Colliery in Edwinstowe, UK Coal, has announced losses of over a hundred million pounds for the second year running. more...


Friday 15th April, 2011
Woman Given Suspended Jail Sentence For Dangerous Driving
A Southwell woman's been given a suspended prison sentence after pleading guilty to dangerous driving. more...


Wednesday 13th April, 2011
West Notts College Site To Get Major Facelift
The area's biggest and most successful college could be getting a multi-million pound facelift. more...


Monday 11th April, 2011
Cross Border Police Operation Catches Crooks
A joint force operation in our area is tackling cross-border crooks. more...


Wednesday 6th April, 2011
Police Investigate Series Of Southwell Burglaries
Detectives are investigating a spate of burglaries and attempted burglaries in Southwell. more...


Wednesday 6th April, 2011
Hospitals Face £46m Cuts
Those in charge of some of our area's hospitals have announced how they are planning to cut costs. more...


Tuesday 5th April, 2011
Sherwood Hall Fire Treated As Suspicious
The major fire at a disused Forest Town school yesterday is being treated as suspicious. more...


Thursday 31st March, 2011
Pair Appear In Court Over Miners Charity Theft
Two leaders of a Mansfield-based mining union have appeared in court, charged with theft from a charity that ran a care home for sick and elderly miners. more...


Tuesday 29th March, 2011
Local Digital TV Switchover Begins This Week
Local TV viewers could lose some of their analogue channels from tomorrow as the digital switchover begins in our area. more...


Monday 28th March, 2011
Former Lecturer Jailed For Sex Assault
A former university lecturer from Ravenshead has been jailed for two years a sex assault. more...


Friday 25th March, 2011
Somercotes Murder Update
Officers investigating the murder of Somercotes woman Jia Ashton have appealed for information from businesses in the area, and critisised a national newspaper artical regard the case. more...


Thursday 24th March, 2011
Warsop Police Station To Close
3 stations in the county will shut and the buildings will be sold off, in a bid to cut costs. more...


Wednesday 23rd March, 2011
BUDGET 2011
The Chancellor George Osborne sets out his financial plan for the next 12 months. more...


Friday 11th March, 2011
Man Spared Jail After Bin Lorry Tragedy
A council bin lorry driver who admitted causing the death of a Southwell woman in the Lake District has been spared prison. more...


Thursday 10th March, 2011
Two Die In Collisions In Our Area
There have been three separate road collisions in our area in the last twenty-four hours, resulting in two tragic deaths. more...


Tuesday 8th March, 2011
Appeal To Find Eakring Taxi Driver
A taxi driver, who may have information about an attempted burglary in Eakring last month, is being urged to come forward. more...


Wednesday 23rd February, 2011
New Scrutiny On Tax Cheats
There is to be a clampdown on tax cheats across Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover to make sure they don't re-offend. more...


Tuesday 22nd February, 2011
Third Act Announced For Forest Concert
Another chart-topping act has been unveiled for this summer's very special concert in Sherwood Forest. more...


Wednesday 16th February, 2011
Unison Council Workers Vote For Strike Action
Notts County Council workers who are members of the Unison union have voted to go on a one-day strike. more...


Wednesday 16th February, 2011
Swann Cleared Of Drink Driving Charge
Notts cricketer Graeme Swann has been found not guilty of drink-driving – at Nottingham Magistrates' Court. more...


Monday 14th February, 2011
Do You Know This Burglary Suspect?
Police have released a photo-fit image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a burglary in Clipstone. more...


Friday 11th February, 2011
Police Called To Female Assault
Armed police were called to an incident in the early hours of this morning after a woman was assaulted in Fiskerton. more...


Tuesday 8th February, 2011
Man Admits Causing Southwell Woman's Death
A council bin lorry driver could face jail after he admitted causing the death of a Southwell woman in the Lake District. more...


Friday 4th February, 2011
Ollerton Teenager Subject To ASBO
An Ollerton teenager's been given an ASBO by the Police and Newark and Sherwood District Council. more...


Thursday 3rd February, 2011
Turbines Could Come To Southwell
Southwell could be following in Rainworth's footsteps by getting a couple of wind turbines. more...


Tuesday 1st February, 2011
New Website Shows Crime On Your Street
Residents in Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover will be able to see what crime and anti-social behaviour is on their streets thanks to a new website that starts today. more...


Monday 31st January, 2011
Distraction Burglars Target Houses Around Notts
Police are urging residents to be cautious after a number of distraction burglaries in Notts, some in our area. more...


Wednesday 26th January, 2011
Drastic Drop In Notts Road Deaths
2010 was the safest ever year for Nottinghamshire's roads – but drivers are still being urged to help save even more lives. more...


Tuesday 25th January, 2011
Local Dog Deaths 'Natural'
The cause of death of several dogs who walked in local woodland is definitely natural, the Forestry Commission has told Notts County Council. more...


Monday 24th January, 2011
Recycling Centre Opening Hours To Stay The Same
Plans to reduce the opening hours of recycling centres in Mansfield and Ashfield have been ripped up. more...


Monday 24th January, 2011
Seven Arrests At Local Derby
Seven people have been arrested for offences connected with the weekend's Nottingham Forest and Derby County football match. more...


Thursday 13th January, 2011
Fall In Christmas Crime Across Notts
This past Christmas in Nottinghamshire was the safest ever, according to figures released today. more...


Friday 7th January, 2011
New Helpline For Hate Crime Sufferers
Victims of hate crime in Nottinghamshire have a new way to get support. more...


Tuesday 4th January, 2011
Changes Unveiled To Police Hierarchy
Notts Police have unveiled which senior officers will be in charge of the county's forces in a shake up of front-line policing. more...


Tuesday 4th January, 2011
Appeal After A1 Fatality
Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal road traffic collision on the A1 on Monday. more...


Tuesday 21st December, 2010
Blidworth Woman Stabbed To Death In Israel
It has been confirmed that a woman stabbed to death in Israel at the weekend was from Blidworth. more...


Friday 17th December, 2010
Council Warn More Cuts May Be Needed
We're being warned that more savings may need to be found by Notts County Council. more...


Wednesday 15th December, 2010
Police Set To Address Cuts
The Notts Police Authority will meet today to decide how to cope with funding cuts to the county's force. more...


Tuesday 14th December, 2010
Cuts Could Force Closure Of Two Local Fire Stations
Four of Nottinghamshire's fire stations, including two locally, could be closed due to Government cuts. more...


Tuesday 14th December, 2010
Car Crime Fight Continues In Notts
The fight is continuing to drive down car crime in Notts. more...


Thursday 9th December, 2010
Police Budget Cut Plans To Be Discussed Next Week
Notts police chiefs will decide next week whether to push ahead with plans to cut jobs to save money. more...


Wednesday 8th December, 2010
Swann Blood Sample Was 'Unlawfully Analysed'
Notts cricketer Graeme Swann's solicitor has claimed that his drink driving trial should not continue because a second blood sample was unlawfully analysed when a first was suitable. more...


Friday 3rd December, 2010
Drink Drive Campaign Begins
This year's winter anti-drink drive campaign across our area is well underway - but with an added twist. more...


Thursday 2nd December, 2010
Information Needed About Edwinstowe Fires
Police are urging anyone with information about three deliberate fires in Edwinstowe to come forward. more...


Tuesday 30th November, 2010
Distraction Burglaries In Notts
The elderly are being warned after four distraction burglaries around Notts on Friday, two in our area. more...


Thursday 25th November, 2010
Missing Boys Found Safe And Well
Two boys who went missing from a care home in Worksop have been found safe and well. more...


Thursday 25th November, 2010
Long-Serving Notts Police Officers May Be Forced To Retired
We will find out next month how many jobs are at risk at Nottinghamshire Police. more...


Wednesday 24th November, 2010
Gritters Out Tonight Across Notts
With temperatures set to drop below freezing later, the gritters will be out on Nottinghamshire's roads this evening and tonight. more...


Wednesday 24th November, 2010
Fears Grow For Missing Boys
Police are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of two boys who went missing from a Worksop care home yesterday. more...


Tuesday 23rd November, 2010
Concern At Government's Immigration Cap
Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire business leaders have voiced concern at the Government's new immigration caps announced today. more...


Thursday 18th November, 2010
Rock City Gig Continues Despite Nearby Fire
A Nottingham music venue says it is still open for business despite a major fire near its premises last night. more...


Thursday 18th November, 2010
Notts Police Aim To Be The Best
Notts Police say they are determined to become the best force in England and Wales within five years. more...


Tuesday 9th November, 2010
Ex Sherwood MP Recieves Golden Goodbye
One of the area's former MPs is set to receive a controversial bumper pay-out from taxpayers despite leaving Parliament in May. more...


Friday 5th November, 2010
Norovirus Bug 'Contained' At Local Hospital
King's Mill Hospital is confident that it has contained an outbreak of the Norovirus there. more...


Wednesday 3rd November, 2010
Norovirus Closes Two Wards At King's Mill Hospital
Two wards at King’s Mill Hospital have been closed to new admissions and to visitors following identification of cases of winter vomiting virus. more...


Tuesday 2nd November, 2010
Parts Of Sherwood Forest 'Could Be Sold Off'
Parts of Sherwood Forest could be sold off under plans by the Government to help cut the country's massive budge deficit. more...


Monday 1st November, 2010
Fireworks Warning By Police
With Bonfire Night approaching, Notts Police are warning that irresponsible behaviour can lead to an instant fine. more...


Friday 29th October, 2010
East Midlands Airport At Centre Of International Alert
A "sinister" package on a cargo plane at East Midlands Airport has sparked a security alert on both sides of the Atlantic. more...


Friday 29th October, 2010
Notts Youth Parliament Election Results Today
Five Mansfield teenagers will today find out which of them has been elected to the UK Youth Parliament. more...


Wednesday 27th October, 2010
New Format For Notts Police Approved
Nottinghamshire's police force is to be restructured after new plans were approved. more...


Wednesday 27th October, 2010
Police Try To Trace Car Driver After M1 Crash
Police are trying to trace the driver of a car that was seen to lose control in the vicinity of a motorway crash this morning but didn't stop. more...


Wednesday 27th October, 2010
Warning Over Contaminated Sausages
Residents have been warned about contaminated sausages that have been on sale locally. more...


Wednesday 27th October, 2010
Traffic Chaos After M1 Crash
There has been trafic chaos across our area after a crash on the M1 this morning. more...


Tuesday 26th October, 2010
BB Gun Duo Released Without Charge
Two men have been released without charge after a member of the public said she was threatened with what 'appeared to be a machine gun.' more...


Friday 22nd October, 2010
Council Cuts Plan Approved
Notts County Councillors have passed plans to save £69m from its budget next year. more...


Friday 22nd October, 2010
Businesses Warned About Parcel Scam
Businesses across Notts are being warned about a parcel delivery scam. more...


Thursday 21st October, 2010
Edwinstowe Crash Victims Named
Police have confirmed the names of two men who died in an Edwinstowe crash at the weekend. more...


Wednesday 20th October, 2010
Sharp Drop In Mansfield & Ashfield Crime
Crime is continuing to fall across Nottinghamshire, according to new figures released today. more...


Tuesday 19th October, 2010
Edwinstowe Crash Woman Airlifted To Hospital
A 66-year-old woman has been airlifted to hospital after a two-vehicle collision in Edwinstowe this lunchtime. more...


Monday 18th October, 2010
Two Dead In Edwinstowe Crash
Two people have died after a road crash yesterday morning in Edwinstowe. more...


Thursday 14th October, 2010
Jobs Warning By County Council
Notts County Council say around fourteen hundred jobs are at risk if proposed cuts announced this week are approved. more...


Thursday 14th October, 2010
County Council Building Attacked As More Possible Cuts Announced
Notts County Council staff arrived at County Hall this morning to find smashed windows in protest over the cuts in public spending proposed by the local authority. more...


Wednesday 13th October, 2010
More Planned Cuts Announced By County Council
Libraries, bus services and recycling centres will be hit as part of £28.5m in Notts County Council cuts. more...


Monday 11th October, 2010
Council To Discuss How To Make £69m Cuts
Notts County Councillors are expected to rubber-stamp next week a number of ideas so they can make £69m worth of cuts in 2011. more...


Monday 11th October, 2010
UK Youth Parliament Candidates State Case
Candidates in Mansfield are currently fighting it out for a spot in the UK Youth Parliament. more...


Thursday 7th October, 2010
Algae Cause Of Dog Deaths?
Toxic algae could be the reason behind the mysterious deaths of dogs in the country. more...


Wednesday 6th October, 2010
Light Switch-Off Timetable Announced
The timetable has been announced for deciding which street lights in Notts will be switched off or dimmed during the night. more...


Tuesday 5th October, 2010
Center Parcs Reveal Finance Restructuring
Forty finance jobs are being cut by holiday company Center Parcs, including at their Sherwood Forest site. more...


Tuesday 5th October, 2010
Appeal After A60 Collision
Police are looking for witnesses after two Nissan Micra cars were involved in a serious collision on the A60. more...


Tuesday 5th October, 2010
Robbery At Pensioners' Home
Witnesses are needed to a robbery that happened in Underwood at the weekend. more...


Friday 1st October, 2010
Pregnant Women Set To Get Flu Jab
Local mums-to-be are to be vaccinated for the first time this year as the NHS looks to reduce the number of flu cases in Nottinghamshire. more...


Thursday 30th September, 2010
Pizza Shop Owner Admits Rubbish Offences
A Bilsthorpe pizza shop owner has admitted allowing his shop waste to be taken away illegally. more...


Wednesday 29th September, 2010
Notts Police Divisions Set To Halve
Nottinghamshire's Police Authority are due to meet today to finalise plans to halve the number of police divisions across the county. more...


Wednesday 29th September, 2010
Trio Charged After Scaffolding Theft
Three local men will appear in court next week charged with the theft of over £3,000 worth of scaffolding from a Newark school. more...


Tuesday 28th September, 2010
North Notts Burglars Get Police Warning
Burglars in North Notts can expect a visit from a police officer next month. more...


Thursday 23rd September, 2010
Dogs Fall Ill After Woodlands Walk
Pet owners are being warned to be vigilant after a number of dogs have been seriously ill after visiting local woodland. more...


Thursday 23rd September, 2010
M1 Crash - Car Bursts Into Flames
A car burst into flames just after midnight last night on the M1 after it was involved in a crash with a dairy tanker. more...


Wednesday 22nd September, 2010
Notts Road Deaths At All-Time Low
The number of people killed on Nottinghamshire's roads last year was the lowest since records began in the early 1970s. more...


Wednesday 22nd September, 2010
Local Hospital Gets Conditions Lifted
A health watchdog has lifted conditions placed on a Kings Mill Hospital after an inspection found standards had improved. more...


Tuesday 21st September, 2010
Local Health Service Cost-Cutting Unveiled
Nottinghamshire NHS is to stop funding for many "low-priority" treatments in a bid to cut costs. more...


Monday 20th September, 2010
Crime At Lowest Figure In Notts
Crime in Nottinghamshire is at its lowest since the current records began in 2002. more...


Monday 20th September, 2010
M1 Crash - Victim Named
A woman who died after a motorbike crash near junction 25 of the M1 has been named. more...


Monday 20th September, 2010
One In Six Could Take Voluntary Redundancy At County Council
Reports suggest that up to one-sixth of Nottinghamshire County Council's workforce is prepared to take voluntary redundancy in the coming months. more...


Wednesday 15th September, 2010
Burglars Told Cottage Is Empty
Burglars are being urged to stop targetting the building where a gamekeeper was murdered. more...


Tuesday 14th September, 2010
Gosling Given Suspended Sentence
A Notts TV presenter's been given a 90-day suspended sentence after pleading guilty to wasting police time. more...


Tuesday 14th September, 2010
Blidworth Office Burglary Appeal
Police are appealing for information about the theft of several computers at a Blidworth company. more...


Friday 10th September, 2010
Cannabis Factory Found
Police have raided a cannabis factory containing thousands of plants. more...


Thursday 9th September, 2010
Jobs Blow For Notts County Council Managers
More than 300 managers at Notts County Council have been issued with redundancy notices. more...


Wednesday 8th September, 2010
Man Appears In Court After Rainworth Pub Theft
A 29-year-old man has appeared in court charged with handling stolen goods from a pub in Rainworth. more...


Tuesday 7th September, 2010
Labour Slams County Councils Improvement Directors Pay Rise
Labour Councillors have slammed a decision by Nottinghamshire County Council to increase a new Improvement Directors salary by £17,000- just weeks after the appointment was made. more...


Thursday 2nd September, 2010
Some Street Lights Could Go Out To Cut Costs
Some street lights in Mansfield and Ashfield could be switched off from the end of this year as part of a cost-cutting exercise. more...


Wednesday 1st September, 2010
The Big Budget Conversation Begins
Notts County Council are wanting the public's help to cut over £150m worth of services in the coming years. more...


Wednesday 1st September, 2010
Hospital Rebuild Nears Completion
The full renovation of Kings Mill Hospital is expected to be finished in just six months' time. more...


Friday 27th August, 2010
Crime At Its Lowest Level In History
Over the last 12 months Nottinghamshire has become a safer place to live with crime at an all time low. more...


Friday 20th August, 2010
Notts Drivers Fail Breath Tests
One in ten drivers have failed breath tests in Nottinghamshire this summer. more...


Thursday 19th August, 2010
Does Your Business Have A Visionary Idea For The Olympic Torch?
Local companies are being urged to put forward a bid to design the London 2012 Olympic Torch. more...


Monday 16th August, 2010
Swann Says Drink Drive Charge Came As He Tried To Rescue His Cat
Nottinghamshire cricketer Graeme Swann told police he was trying to rescue his cat when he was pulled over in his Porsche. more...


Friday 13th August, 2010
Police Confirm Stolen Digger Used In Robbery
Police have confirmed a digger used to steal a cash machine from a Bilsthorpe Post Office this morning had been stolen from Farnsfield on Wednesday. more...


Friday 13th August, 2010
JCB Used In Post Office Robbery
Thieves removed a cash mashine from a wall of Bilsthorpe Post Office in the early hours of this morning. more...


Thursday 12th August, 2010
ABSO Served On Ollerton Teenager
A 16-year-old boy from Ollerton has become the latest to be served with an ASBO. more...


Wednesday 11th August, 2010
Jobs Shock At County Council
Notts County Council say 3,000 jobs are at risk there over the next three years. more...


Tuesday 10th August, 2010
Ollerton Arrest Leads To Heorin Supply Charge
A 47-year-old man arrested in Ollerton on Sunday has appeared in court and remanded into custody on drugs charges. more...


Thursday 5th August, 2010
Drink Driving Clampdown In Notts
A recent clampdown on drink drivers in Notts has shown the problem has not gone away from the county's roads. more...


Tuesday 3rd August, 2010
Good SATs Results In Notts
Nottinghamshire's youngsters have performed well in the latest SATs results released today. more...


Monday 2nd August, 2010
Over £7m Owed In Taxes In Our Area
Residents across Mansfield, Ashfield, Newark and Sherwood, and Bolsover owe more than £7m in taxes. more...


Monday 2nd August, 2010
Free Swimming Comes To An End
As of today, under 16s and over 60s will now have to pay to swim in our pools. more...


Wednesday 28th July, 2010
Jacques Loses Appeal
A hired assassin who was jailed for 28 years has had his sentence reduced on appeal. more...


Wednesday 28th July, 2010
Man Jailed For Pretending Crash Car Was Stolen
A Clipstone man has been jailed for six months for pretending a company car he crashed was being driven by someone who had stolen his keys. more...


Tuesday 27th July, 2010
Star Name For Headstock
Legendary rock band Ash will head the line-up at this year's new Headstock Festival at the Newstead and Annesley Country Park. more...


Thursday 22nd July, 2010
Clumber Park Blaze 'Suspicious'
Fire chiefs think a blaze that severely damaged a workshop at Clumber Park may have been started deliberately. more...


Thursday 22nd July, 2010
Police Authority Chairman Steps Down
The Notts Police Authority is parting company with its Chief Executive. more...


Monday 19th July, 2010
Two Car Crash On A614
Two people were taken to hospital yesterday afternoon after a crash on the A614. more...


Monday 19th July, 2010
Swann Charged With Drink-Driving
Notts and England cricketer Graeme Swann has been charged with drink-driving. more...


Friday 16th July, 2010
Job Losses At County Council
The government's decision to end all school building projects has led to more job losses at Notts County Council. more...


Friday 16th July, 2010
Senior Police Officer Given Queen's Medal
A senior Notts Police Officer who helped solve two murders in our area has been given a top honour. more...


Thursday 15th July, 2010
Crime Rates Drop In Notts
Crime in Nottinghamshire has dropped but the county still has the third highest rate in England and Wales. more...


Thursday 15th July, 2010
Motorbike Campaign Begins In Notts
Be Safe Be Seen - the message for motorcyclists from Notts Police as they launch a major "Think Bike" campaign this week. more...


Tuesday 13th July, 2010
Numbers Up For Local Police Phone Lines
From today there will be just one contact number for Nottinghamshire Police for non-emergency matters. more...


Tuesday 13th July, 2010
Oxton Pub Won't Be Closed This Weekend
It has emerged that a pub in Oxton that was caught serving alcohol to under-18s will be open this weekend. more...


Monday 12th July, 2010
Local PCT Awaits 'NHS Revolution'
The Government is set to unveil what is being billed as the biggest revolution in the NHS for sixty years. more...


Monday 12th July, 2010
Oxton Pub Served Closure Notice
An Oxton pub will be closed for 48 hours from noon on Saturday for selling booze to underage drinkers. more...


Monday 12th July, 2010
Canaries Stolen In New Houghton Burglary
Police are appealing for information after 67 canaries were stolen from aviaries in a village garden in New Houghton. more...


Monday 12th July, 2010
Search On For Notts' Most Wanted
Notts Police have launched a major campaign to catch the county's Most Wanted criminals. more...


Thursday 8th July, 2010
Rainworth Teenager Wins Damages
A Rainworth teenager has won a multi-million pound payout after she was left brain damaged and paralysed following a string of medical errors. more...


Tuesday 6th July, 2010
Plans To Rebuild Local Schools Shelved
The coalition government yesterday shelved plans to rebuild schools in our local area. more...


Monday 5th July, 2010
Tift Name Continues In Local Politics
The widow of a well-loved Rainworth District Councillor is set to continue his work. more...


Thursday 1st July, 2010
Crash Closes A614 For A Time
A road in our area was closed for a time this morning following a crash. more...


Wednesday 30th June, 2010
Dangerous Toy Guns Seized
Twelve toy guns that, it is feared, could cause damage to children’s eyes have been seized by Notts Trading Standards Officers. more...


Tuesday 29th June, 2010
County Council Consider Private Option
Notts County Council are considering handing over some services to the private sector to reduce its costs. more...


Thursday 24th June, 2010
Man Dies In Road Collision
A 47-year-old man has died in a road collision in Boughton. more...


Thursday 24th June, 2010
Arrests After England Game
Five people were arrested in Nottinghamshire following yesterday's England match. more...


Wednesday 23rd June, 2010
Mincing Machine Stolen
Two Newark man have been charged with the theft of a commercial mincing machine in Edwinstowe. more...


Wednesday 23rd June, 2010
Youngsters Become Fire Safety Aware
Children across our area are being told by firefighters how to stay safe and spot potential fire hazards. more...


Tuesday 22nd June, 2010
County Council Eye Energy Cuts
Nottinghamshire County Council are expecting to save £6m a year on its energy bill, thanks to new ways of buying gas and electric. more...


Tuesday 22nd June, 2010
Rainworth Pub Broken Into
A Rainworth pub was one of five targeted across Nottinghamshire by burglars over the weekend. more...


Monday 21st June, 2010
Headstocks Debate Continues
The debate on the future of the historic mining headstocks in Clipstone rages on, despite a meeting aimed at sorting the situation. more...


Monday 21st June, 2010
Robin Hood Boost For Notts
The release of the latest Robin Hood film has seen a massive tourist boost for Nottinghamshire. more...


Thursday 17th June, 2010
Tougher Rules Set For Petting Farms
A call for tougher hygiene rules at petting farms has been welcomed by one such attraction locally. more...


Wednesday 16th June, 2010
Former Magpies Player Is Jailed
A former Notts County footballer has been jailed for 38 months. more...


Tuesday 15th June, 2010
Deputy Chief Constable Takes Legal Action
Legal action is being taken against Notts Police by the man who's leaving his role as Deputy Chief Constable. more...


Monday 14th June, 2010
Ash Cloud Costs East Midlands Airport
The volcanic ash crisis cost East Midlands Airport more than a million pounds. more...


Thursday 10th June, 2010
Future Of Headstocks Meeting Tonight
The future of a historic mining landmark is being discussed in Clipstone tonight. more...


Monday 7th June, 2010
Notts Holidaymakers Get Further Protection
Notts Police is joining forces with travel agencies across the county this summer to protect holidaymakers from burglary. more...


Friday 4th June, 2010
Five Year Jail Term For Man Who Caused Edwinstowe Crash
A Lithuanian motorist’s been jailed for five years after very risky overtaking by him on a road near Edwinstowe led to a pensioner’s death. more...


Thursday 3rd June, 2010
Gun Amnesty Coming To End
It is the final few days for Notts Police's revolver amnesty. more...


Thursday 3rd June, 2010
Ollerton Man To Be Sentenced After Edwinstowe Collision
A 40-year-old Ollerton man's admitted his careless driving caused the death of a woman in a collision in Edwinstowe. more...


Wednesday 2nd June, 2010
Warning Over Beauty Spot Car Thefts
Visitors to local beauty spots are being warned to be on their guard after a spate of thefts from vehicles yesterday afternoon. more...


Wednesday 2nd June, 2010
Fatal 4 Crackdown Begins
A road safety campaign has begun in Notts and Derbyshire targeting the so-called 'Fatal 4'. more...


Tuesday 1st June, 2010
Drink Drive Crackdown Begins
Nottinghamshire Police have launched a campaign to crack down on drink driving as the World Cup approaches. more...


Friday 28th May, 2010
Jury Convicts Man Of 16 Sex Offences
A former Notts man’s been convicted of a string of sex offences, some of which were in the county. more...


Friday 28th May, 2010
Police Puppies All Find Homes
Nottinghamshire Police’s Dog Section has found homes for all five puppies from the force’s in-house dog breeding programme. more...


Friday 28th May, 2010
Distraction Burglary Warning
New Ollerton residents are being warned about letting strangers into their homes after two distraction burglaries there yesterday evening. more...


Friday 28th May, 2010
A60 Victim Named As Inquest Opens
A 20-year-old Clipstone man who died in a three-vehicle collision this week has been named. more...


Friday 28th May, 2010
UK Coal In Court
UK Coal and two of its managers are being prosecuted for alleged health and safety breaches following the deaths of four mineworkers, one in our area. more...


Friday 28th May, 2010
Local Warning About Quarries
As the summer months approach, managers of local sites are warning people about the dangers of trespassing in them. more...


Friday 28th May, 2010
Local World Cup Song For Great Cause
A local songwriting team is hoping their new World Cup song will raise awareness of the importance of organ donation. more...


Thursday 27th May, 2010
Police Aid Convoy After More Volunteers
One of our area's biggest charities is on the lookout for more volunteers. more...


Wednesday 26th May, 2010
More Time To Shape Sherwood's Future
Residents in the Newark and Sherwood District have been given an extra week to shape the area's future. more...


Tuesday 25th May, 2010
Sentenced Halved For Rainworth Paedophile
A Rainworth paedophile has had his jail term halved after an appeal. more...


Thursday 20th May, 2010
Police Pups Need Good Home
Nottinghamshire Police’s Dog Section is looking for loving homes for five puppies from the force’s in-house dog breeding programme. more...


Wednesday 19th May, 2010
Over 2,000 Westlife Tickets Sold Already
Mansfield Town FC have extended their office opening hours this evening after being inundated with calls for their Westlife concert on 21st August. more...


Tuesday 18th May, 2010
Incinerator Public Inquiry To Go Ahead
A public inquiry into plans for an incinerator near Rainworth will resume in September. more...


Tuesday 18th May, 2010
Area's MPs Sit In New House Of Commons
Two of our area's MPs will sit in the House of Commons for the first time today. more...


Tuesday 18th May, 2010
Dog Handler Returns To Work
A Nottinghamshire police dog handler who forgot his two German Shepherds which died in the back of his sweltering car has returned to work. more...


Friday 7th May, 2010
ELECTION 2010: Ashfield, Mansfield, Bolsover Stay Red - Tories Take Sherwood
Labour kept hold of three of our area's constituencies - albeit with reduced majorities - whilst Sherwood turned blue as voters made their choice in Election 2010. more...


Thursday 6th May, 2010
Award Nomination Delight For 103.2
Mansfield 103.2 has been nominated for an Arqiva Commercial Radio Award. more...


Thursday 29th April, 2010
Robbers Hold Up Bilsthorpe Store
Police are urging anyone with information about a robbery at a Bilsthorpe convenience store on Sunday to help trace the offenders. more...


Thursday 29th April, 2010
Blidworth Man Charged After Burglary
A Blidworth man's been changed in connection with a burglary in the village. more...


Wednesday 28th April, 2010
Crimestoppers Success Across Notts
Almost 300 people were arrested last year following anonymous tip offs from the Notts public. more...


Friday 23rd April, 2010
Two Charged With Burglary At Ex-Pit Site
Two Mansfield men will appear before magistrates next week charged with burglary at the former Clipstone Colliery site. more...


Tuesday 20th April, 2010
Election 2010: Parliamentary Nominations Announced
The full list of parliamentary nominations for our constituencies is being announced this evening. more...


Thursday 15th April, 2010
Rainworth Mourns Death Of Councillor
One of Rainworth's best-known councillors has died. more...


Wednesday 14th April, 2010
Shed Thieves Warning As Summer Comes
A new campaign is calling on people to protect themselves from thieves who target sheds and allotments. more...


Tuesday 13th April, 2010
Dog Ban Provokes Fury
A ban on dogs in certain designated areas across Newark and Sherwood has sparked an angry reaction from the Dogs Trust, the UK's largest dog welfare charity. more...


Tuesday 13th April, 2010
Driveways Warning For Notts Residents
Residents in Nottinghamshire are being asked to be careful who they hire to build their driveways and pathways. more...


Thursday 8th April, 2010
FM Extension For Mansfield 103.2
Mansfield 103.2 has been celebrating after its FM licence was extended. more...


Wednesday 7th April, 2010
Man Jailed For Damaging Headstock
A man's been jailed for breaking into Clipstone Colliery and damaging the historic headstocks. more...


Friday 26th March, 2010
Waste Incinerator Company Given More Time
The company behind plans to build a waste incinerator near Rainworth have been given more time to get the go ahead. more...


Friday 19th March, 2010
Local Soldiers Honoured For Bravery
A Mansfield soldier is amongst 150 being honoured today outstanding gallantry in the latest Operational Awards List. more...


Friday 19th March, 2010
New Initiative Aims To Blunt Knife Crime
A major cash boost hopes to help cut the number of young people involved in violent crime in Nottinghamshire. more...


Thursday 18th March, 2010
Two More Years For Incinerator Approval?
Those behind controversial plans for an incinerator near Rainworth may get two more years to get the go-ahead. more...


Friday 12th March, 2010
Witnesses Needed Of Ambulance Crash
Witnesses to a serious road collision in which two people were seriously injured are being urged to contact Notts Police. more...


Thursday 11th March, 2010
Edwinstowe Crash Victim Named
Notts Police have today confirmed the name of the person who died following a road traffic collision at Edwinstowe on Sunday morning. more...


Wednesday 10th March, 2010
Dramatic Fall In Crime Across Notts
Crime has dropped in Nottinghamshire by nearly 15%, according to new figures released today. more...


Wednesday 10th March, 2010
Serial Offenders Crimes Down In Notts
The number of crimes committed in Nottinghamshire by the county's most prolific offenders has dropped dramatically. more...


Tuesday 9th March, 2010
Man Charged Following Edwinstowe Crash
An Ollerton man appears before magistrates today following a fatal crash in Edwinstowe at the weekend. more...


Monday 8th March, 2010
Witnesses Needed To Fatal Edwinstowe Crash
Police are keen to speak to the occupants of a silver Vauxhall Vectra who they believe witnessed a fatal collision between two vehicles on the A6075 near Edwinstowe on Sunday morning. more...


Thursday 4th March, 2010
Most People Happy With Councils And Police Says Report
Seven out of ten people in Nottinghamshire say the police and councils are dealing with their issues, says a new report. more...


Wednesday 3rd March, 2010
Algerian 'Fugitive' Arrested In Ollerton
An Algerian man who entered the UK illegally while on the run from Greece has been tracked down and arrested in Ollerton. more...


Tuesday 2nd March, 2010
Notts Police Improves
Nottinghamshire Police has improved its service to the public, according to a new report published today. more...


Friday 26th February, 2010
Labour Triumph In By-Elections
It was a good night for Labour in yesterday’s by-elections in our area. more...


Friday 26th February, 2010
County Council Cuts Voted Through
Notts County Council have approved their controversial budget. more...


Thursday 25th February, 2010
'Change Programme' Passed By County Council
Plans to change the way Notts County Council operates to save £500m over the next five years have been passed today by councillors. more...


Wednesday 24th February, 2010
County Council Set To Discuss Budget Proposals
There is set to be a stormy meeting amongst Notts County Councillors tomorrow. more...


Wednesday 24th February, 2010
Warning Not To Rush In Buying At The Door
A local lady is keen to encourage people who are door-stepped by salesmen to take time before they buy. more...


Tuesday 23rd February, 2010
More Special Constables Needed
Nottinghamshire Police are on the lookout for new special constables. more...


Friday 19th February, 2010
Court Appearance After Blidworth Disturbance
Eleven people appear in court today in connection with disturbances in Blidworth last Summer. more...


Friday 12th February, 2010
Increase In Notts Salt Budget
Nottinghamshire County Council is investigating an extra £100,000 in its salt budget and an extra £150,000 in repairing winter damage to the roads. more...


Thursday 11th February, 2010
New Plans For Sherwood Forest Visitors Centre
Plans for a new £5.2m visitors centre to house the best of Robin Hood has been revealed. more...


Tuesday 9th February, 2010
Search Ends At Blidworth Field
Police forensic teams have been searching a field off a dirt track in Blidworth as part of an ongoing investigation. more...


Friday 5th February, 2010
Arson Attack Leads To Bilsthorpe House Fire
Investigations are continuing into an arson attack in Bilsthorpe. more...


Friday 5th February, 2010
Father Jailed After Quad Bike Tragedy
A father's been jailed for twelve months for letting his 15-year-old son drive a quad bike with a pillion passenger who was killed in a crash in woodland near Mansfield. more...


Thursday 4th February, 2010
Local MP Expenses Repayments Revealed
The findings of a review into MPs' expenses has been published. more...


Wednesday 3rd February, 2010
Boost In Emergency Calls Performance
Calling 999 in Nottinghamshire could put you in safe hands. more...


Wednesday 3rd February, 2010
Disabled Learners Graduate
Twenty local disabled learners are celebrating today after graduating from a course designed to better equip them for independent life. more...


Friday 22nd January, 2010
Police Review Welcomed
Nottinghamshire Police are welcoming a review into their services. more...


Thursday 21st January, 2010
E-Fit Of Bilsthorpe Raider Released
Police have issued an e-fit image of a man suspected of stealing cash and credit cards from an elderly Bilsthorpe resident. more...


Thursday 21st January, 2010
Fresh Appeal Following Halam Robbery
There's been a fresh appeal for witnesses to a robbery in our area. more...


Wednesday 20th January, 2010
Council Budget Consultation Continues
Notts County Council have announced a new budget proposal which could see a reprieve for some services. more...


Tuesday 19th January, 2010
Area Welcomes Coldstream Guards
A hundred soldiers are marching through our area over the next couple of days. more...


Friday 15th January, 2010
BIG FREEZE 2010 - Council Services UPDATE
Information on how the weather is effecting our local services across Mansfield, Ashfield, Bolsover and beyond. more...


Friday 15th January, 2010
BIG FREEZE 2010 - Event Cancellations
Information on how the weather is affecting events in Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover over the next few days. more...


Wednesday 13th January, 2010
BIG FREEZE 2010 - King's Mill Hospital Update
As the effects of adverse weather continues, King’s Mill Hospital is updating local residents and patients on how the tricky conditions are affecting services and treatment there. more...


Wednesday 13th January, 2010
BIG FREEZE 2010 - Latest King's Mill Advice
Due to the treacherous road conditions today, and police advice only to travel if you have to, King’s Mill Hospital are advising people not to attend for their outpatient appointment unless absolutely necessary. more...


Tuesday 12th January, 2010
Landmark Gets Reprieve
A local landmark has been given a cash boost after it was in danger of collapsing. more...


Tuesday 12th January, 2010
Nottinghamshire Grit Latest
Despite the 150 tonnes of salt delivered to Notts County Council yesterday, they only have enough to treat the County's roads for a further two days. more...


Friday 8th January, 2010
Use The NHS Correctly During The BIG FREEZE
NHS Nottinghamshire County are launching their ‘Right care, first time’ campaign as the cold snap takes hold. more...


Thursday 7th January, 2010
BOGUS SNOW CLEARERS WARNING
Thieves posing as Council workers stole over £500 from an elderly Council tenant today (Thursday 7 January) after offering to clear snow from her driveway. more...


Thursday 7th January, 2010
Mansfield Palace Theatre INFO
For customers attending the forthcoming run of Westfield Folkhouse’s Panto, Little Red Riding Hood at Mansfield Palace Theatre. more...


Thursday 7th January, 2010
Dog Deaths Cause 'Unresolved'
The final set of tests has taken place on a piece of local woodland following the death of a number of dogs. more...


Thursday 7th January, 2010
THE BIG FREEZE 2010 - Bus Information
The latest on how the buses are running during the bad weather. more...


Wednesday 6th January, 2010
School Closures THURSDAY 7th JAN
A list of school closures for Thursday 7th January. more...


Wednesday 6th January, 2010
The Home Of Grit Music
Mansfield 103.2 has received record hits on the website this week after keeping people up-to-date with the latest info on the BIG FREEZE. more...


Wednesday 6th January, 2010
Some Operations Postponed!
King's Mill Hospital make the move after an increase in admissions in emergency and the weather conditions. more...


Wednesday 6th January, 2010
Notts County Council Services Information UPDATE
All the latest information from Notts County Council. more...


Wednesday 6th January, 2010
Mansfield 103.2 Sledging Advice
A few handy tips to help you stay safe on the slopes around Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover courtesy of the RoSPA. more...


Tuesday 5th January, 2010
School Closures WEDNESDAY 6th JAN
A list of school closures for Wednesday 6th January. more...


Tuesday 5th January, 2010
School Closures TUESDAY 5TH JAN
Some schools are closed due to the freezing weather. Check out our latest list of closures more...


Friday 1st January, 2010
Notts Police Have Busy New Year
Nottinghamshire Police had a busy but quieter than usual night as the New Year was rung in across the county. more...


Thursday 31st December, 2009
Notts Top Cop In Honours List
A Nottinghamshire senior police officer is amongst those recognised in the Queen's New Years Honours List. more...


Tuesday 22nd December, 2009
Life For Bacon Murder Trio
The wife and son of murdered Mansfield Woodhouse businessman Nigel Bacon, also known as Neil, were sentenced for their part in the killing at Nottingham Crown Court yesterday. more...


Friday 18th December, 2009
Trio Found Guilty Of Gamekeeper's Murder
The wife and son of Mansfield Woodhouse businessman Nigel Bacon have been found guilty of his murder along with an alleged hitman. more...


Thursday 17th December, 2009
Inquiry Returns Accidental Death On Tractor Tragedy
An inquest's heard how a farm worker from Rainworth died after he was dragged into a tractor's power unit. more...


Friday 11th December, 2009
Five Men Held On Robbery Charges
Five men have been charged in connection with a robbery in Ollerton this week. more...


Friday 11th December, 2009
Bacon Widow Continues Her Defence At Murder Trial
A woman who denies plotting to kill her husband at their cottage near Clumber park has told the murder trial the idea could possibly have been her sons. more...


Friday 11th December, 2009
Notts Police Authority Boss Quits
The head of the Notts Police Authority has quit his job in protest at what he sees as huge problems within the county’s force and the organisation. more...


Thursday 10th December, 2009
Drop In Notts Crime For Sixth Year
Crime across Nottinghamshire is continuing to fall, that’s according to latest police figures. more...


Thursday 10th December, 2009
Bassetlaw MP On Expenses
Bassetlaw's MP says the public has the right to know about their expenses claims. more...


Thursday 10th December, 2009
Bacon Murder Trial Hears From Widow
The widow of a gamekeeper murdered outside his cottage near Clumber Park says she loved him and was not involved in a plot to kill him. more...


Wednesday 9th December, 2009
Local NHS Needs To Cut Costs
It's been revealed that the local NHS need to save £5m a year. more...


Wednesday 9th December, 2009
Ashfield 'Red Flag' For Anti-Social Behaviour
The Audit Commission has released a report on Nottinghamshire's public bodies today - and a 'red flag' has been given to Ashfield for anti-social behaviour. more...


Tuesday 8th December, 2009
Ollerton Man Admits Mobile Phone Fraud
An Ollerton man will be sentenced in January after admitting large-scale mobile phone fraud. more...


Friday 4th December, 2009
Mini-Moto Warning For Parents
Those thinking of buying a child a mini-moto, quad bike or off-road motorbike for Christmas are being urged to reconsider. more...


Thursday 3rd December, 2009
New Ollerton School Closed Again On Friday
A New Ollerton school that was closed today will be closed again tomorrow. more...


Thursday 3rd December, 2009
Charity Run In Aid Of Help For Heroes
Two Mansfield Town fans are making a more difficult trip than most to this weekend's match - and they're raising money for charity. more...


Thursday 3rd December, 2009
Defence Begins In Bacon Murder Trial
The first of four people on trial for murder at a cottage near Clumber Park has been giving his account of what happened on the night. more...


Thursday 3rd December, 2009
Drink-Driving Clampdown Underway
The annual Christmas clampdown on drink drivers is well underway in Nottinghamshire. more...


Wednesday 2nd December, 2009
Clipstone School Re-Opens Tomorrow
A Clipstone school that was closed today will be back open tomorrow. more...


Wednesday 2nd December, 2009
Composting Site Plans Thrown Out
Councillors have thrown out plans for a new composting facility near Bilsthorpe. more...


Wednesday 2nd December, 2009
School Closure Today
Samuel Barlow Primary and Nursery School in Clipstone is closed today. more...


Tuesday 1st December, 2009
Nigel Bacon Murder Trial Update
A man accused of the contract killing of a gamekeeper denied all knowledge of the murder when he was interviewed by detectives. more...


Monday 30th November, 2009
Keane To Rock Sherwood Forest
Keane are to stage a mega outdoor concert in Sherwood Pines Forest Park next Summer. more...


Friday 27th November, 2009
Bacon Murder Trial Latest
Nottingham Crown Court have been told DNA matching that of murdered gamekeeper Nigel Bacon and alleged hitman Peter Jacques was found on clothing near the scene of the crime. more...


Wednesday 25th November, 2009
Man Fined For Undue Suffering To Pigs
The head of a Humberside company’s appeared before Mansfield Magistrates for transporting pigs unfit for travel. more...


Tuesday 24th November, 2009
Bacon Murder Trial Update
A murder trial's been told the wife of a man stabbed to death at his home near Clumber Park said she would be a wealthy woman if he wasn't around. more...


Tuesday 24th November, 2009
Bacon Murder Trial Continues
Jurors have heard a recording of a 999 call a wife made after her husband was stabbed outside their cottage near Clumber Park. more...


Friday 20th November, 2009
Public Can Have Say On Council Budget
The public are being urged to give their views on a set of proposals that have caused controversy in Notts. more...


Friday 20th November, 2009
Cabinet Hold Meeting Close To Home
Gordon Brown and a dozen ministers are in Nottingham today for a cabinet away day. more...


Wednesday 18th November, 2009
Bacon Murder Trial Underway
Four people have gone on trial accused of the murder of a 50-year-old man who was found with stab wounds at his cottage near Clumber Park. more...


Friday 13th November, 2009
New Non-Emergency Police Phone Number
A new number for non-emergencies has been launched by Nottinghamshire Police. more...


Wednesday 11th November, 2009
Silence For Armistice Day
Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover fell silent for two minutes at 11am for Armistice Day. more...


Tuesday 10th November, 2009
Air Travel Not Equal Says East Midlands MEP
East Midlands passengers with lung conditions are being put off air travel by unfair surcharges - that's the concern of local MEP, Glenis Willmott. more...


Monday 9th November, 2009
Handler Pleads Not Guilty To Dogs Deaths
A police dog handler, accused of leaving two of his German Shepherds to die in his car while he visited Notts Police Headquarters, has pleaded not guilty. more...


Sunday 8th November, 2009
Fallen Heroes Honoured On Remembrance Day
Remembrance services are being held across Mansfield, Ashfield and Bolsover for those soldiers who have fallen in action during the two World Wars and more recent conflicts. more...


Saturday 7th November, 2009
Over £1,500 Raised For Fantastic Cause
Over £1,500 was raised in just four hours on Mansfield 103.2 this afternoon for Macmillan Cancer Support. more...


Friday 6th November, 2009
Four Men Fined For No Rod Licence
Four men have been fined a total of over £1,100 for fishing without a rod licence. more...


Thursday 5th November, 2009
Over £30m Of Cuts Proposed By County Council
Nottinghamshire County Council have revealed they're looking to cut over £30m worth of costs from next year's budget. more...


Thursday 5th November, 2009
Helmer Steps Down From EU Post
One of the East Midlands' top Tory MEPs has stepped down from his front bench position in the European Parliament. more...


Thursday 5th November, 2009
Hedgehog Warning For Bonfire Makers
Fireworks Night is a night of celebration and joy - but can be a very dangerous one, especially for little creatures. more...


Monday 2nd November, 2009
Cancelled Charity Bike Could Take Place 'Early Next Year'
Organisers have apologised after a charity bike ride was cancelled at the last minute due to bad weather. more...


Monday 2nd November, 2009
Legends To Play Sherwood Pines
One of the most popular bands of the past 25 years will be performing at Sherwood Pines Forest Park next summer. more...


Saturday 31st October, 2009
Operation Animism Going Well
Police are warning adults that they could face an £80 fine if caught buying alcohol for under 18s. more...


Saturday 31st October, 2009
Appeal Over Incinerator Contract Verdict
There is to be an appeal against a High Court ruling that allows the public to see contract details about a planned incinerator in our area. more...


Friday 30th October, 2009
Tributes Paid To Sherwood Councillor
Councillor Norman Cook has passed away after a long battle with a number of illnesses. more...


Thursday 29th October, 2009
Ex-Forest Player Jailed For 18 Months
Former Nottingham Forest footballer Marlon King has been jailed for 18 months for attacking a woman in a nightclub. more...


Thursday 29th October, 2009
Cowboy Builders Fight Starts Locally
The fight against cowboy builders is being spearheaded by a local group. more...


Thursday 29th October, 2009
Another Blaze At Miners Welfare
Firefighters tackled a blaze at the derelict Ollerton Miners Welfare building on Tuesday night. more...


Wednesday 28th October, 2009
Tests Continue On Local Woodland
Mystery still surrounds the reason why a number of dogs fell ill or died shortly after visiting a part of local woodland. more...


Wednesday 28th October, 2009
Hospitals Outline Superbugs Strategy
We can find out what our local health chiefs are doing to combat infections such as MRSA in our hospitals. more...


Tuesday 27th October, 2009
Clumber Park Body Is Identified
The body of a man found in a local park has been formally identified. more...


Saturday 24th October, 2009
Local MP Announces He's Stepping Down
Sherwood MP Paddy Tipping has confirmed he will be standing down at the next General Election. more...


Friday 23rd October, 2009
Police Name Road Crash Victims
Two men who died in a road collision in Mansfield Woodhouse last night have been named. more...


Friday 23rd October, 2009
Search After College Assault
Police are looking for six white men after a 16 year old boy was assaulted at West Notts College at lunchtime. more...


Wednesday 21st October, 2009
Body Mystery In Clumber Park
Police are trying to identify a body found in Clumber Park. more...


Wednesday 21st October, 2009
West Notts Funding Boost
West Notts College is one of twelve organisations across England to receive a share of £7m of Government funding. more...


Tuesday 20th October, 2009
Local Crime Data Now Available
Residents across the county can now see if their area is a crime hotspot. more...


Monday 19th October, 2009
Teenager Who Killed 2 Friends In Crash Is Jailed
A teenage driver who was going to fast when he crashed his car and killed his two school friend passengers has been sentenced to two years at a Young Offenders' Institute. more...


Monday 19th October, 2009
Man Injured During Football Attack
Police are investigating reports of a man who sustained injuries during half time at a football match. more...


Friday 16th October, 2009
Fury at Ollerton Roundabout U-Turn
Residents and community leaders are furious at an apparent u-turn over plans to improve Ollerton's notorious main roundabout. more...


Friday 16th October, 2009
Jobs Fear at County Council
There are union fears that hundreds of jobs could be axed at Notts County Council if new proposals are passed. more...


Friday 16th October, 2009
Search for Citizen of the Year 2009
Newark and Sherwood District Council are urging residents to nominate people in the community for the top award. more...


Thursday 15th October, 2009
More Dog Scares in Local Woodland
Two more dogs have fallen ill after being walked in a part of local woodland. more...


Thursday 15th October, 2009
UK Coal Prosecuted Following Miners Deaths
UK Coal Mining Ltd are to be prosecuted following the deaths of four mine workers, one from our area. more...


Thursday 15th October, 2009
Local Hospitals Get Massive Thumbs Up
A hospital watchdog has once again praised services at King's Mill and Newark hospitals in its annual ratings. more...


Thursday 15th October, 2009
Suspended Sentence for False Benefit Claimant
A Boughton woman who fraudulently claimed over £4,000 in housing and council tax benefit has been prosecuted. more...


Tuesday 13th October, 2009
Honours for Local Care Workers
Local health care workers have been honoured at a special awards ceremony. more...


Tuesday 13th October, 2009
Alcohol Awareness Week is Underway
Do you know how many units there are in alcohol? more...


Saturday 10th October, 2009
Mansfield 103.2 Building Defaced
Brunts Business Centre where Mansfield 103.2 is situated was the target of vandals last night. more...


Thursday 8th October, 2009
Inquiry into Incinerator Put on Hold
The public inquiry into whether an incinerator should be built near Rainworth has been put on hold until next year. more...


Wednesday 7th October, 2009
Incinerator Plans Could Be Stopped
The public inquiry into a possible incinerator in Rainworth could come to an abrupt stop. more...


Wednesday 7th October, 2009
Clipstone To Have Two Parish Councils?
Clipstone residents are being urged to have their say at proposals to create a new parish council there. more...


Tuesday 6th October, 2009
Incinerator Inquiry Begins
The long-awaited public inquiry into plans to build an incinerator in Rainworth gets underway today. more...


Friday 2nd October, 2009
Investigation into Clumber Park Hotel Burglary
The police are investigating a burglary at Clumber Park Hotel the same day as a major event there. more...


Thursday 1st October, 2009
Victory for Incinerator Protestors
A group of protestors have won a landmark victory in their fight against plans for an incinerator near Rainworth. more...


Thursday 1st October, 2009
Skegby Firefighter Triple Award
A Skegby firefighter is to be honoured not once, not twice but three times at an awards ceremony tonight. more...


Thursday 1st October, 2009
Mercian Regiment Start to Come Home
Our local soldiers are beginning their return home after a third tour of Afghanistan came to an end last week. more...


Wednesday 30th September, 2009
Police Authority Needs Help
The Nottinghamshire Police Authority needs your help. more...


Wednesday 30th September, 2009
Dog Deaths Investigations Continue
The investigation into the death of five dogs after they visited a woods in the Rainworth and Blidworth area continues. more...


Friday 25th September, 2009
Schools Awarded for Excellence
28 local schools have been given top awards by The Arts Council or England. more...


Friday 25th September, 2009
Have a Cup of Coffee for Charity
Today, you can have a cup of coffee and raise money for charity. more...


Thursday 24th September, 2009
Walkers Warning After Dog Deaths
Dog walkers are being warned to be extra careful in a part of woodland near Blidworth. more...


Thursday 24th September, 2009
Cash Boost for Local Projects
Projects around our area are getting a massive boost thanks to the Notts Fire & Rescue Service. more...


Wednesday 23rd September, 2009
Church Targetted by Vandals
Notts Police are hoping to catch vandals who have been targeting a church in Clipstone over the last few months. more...


Wednesday 9th September, 2009
Police Dogs Hearing Today
A police officer charged for causing unnecessary suffering to two Nottinghamshire police dogs is to appear before magistrates today. more...


Thursday 3rd September, 2009
No Need for Swine Flu Panic as Schools Go Back
Children are back at school this week and there's a worry that Swine Flu could return. more...


Thursday 27th August, 2009
Britain's Moving Out Of The Recession?
It's being claimed that a record recovery in business confidence signals the UK recession is at an end. more...


Tuesday 25th August, 2009
Gym Closures Locally
Leisure Centre gyms in Newark and Sherwood are being given a face-lift. more...


Monday 24th August, 2009
Walk In The Woods Event Tomorrow In Ollerton
Residents are being urged to take part in this year's 'Walk In The Woods' event. more...


Friday 14th August, 2009
Swine Flu Centres Have Opening Hours Cut
Kirkby-in-Ashfield's collection point for swine flu treatment will be reducing its opening hours. more...


Thursday 6th August, 2009
Edwinstowe Home Raided by Burglars
Police are appealing for information about a burglary in Edwinstowe at the weekend. more...


Tuesday 4th August, 2009
Local Firm Could Be Start Up Stars
A Nottinghamshire company has battled through to the semi-finals of a prestigious nationwide competition for new businesses. more...


Thursday 30th July, 2009
People's Award in Its Second Year
Hospital workers in Nottinghamshire now have the chance to become a local hero by winning an award. more...


Wednesday 29th July, 2009
More Motorists Tested in Crackdown
A record number of drivers have been tested for drink and drugs during a recent Notts campaign. more...


Wednesday 29th July, 2009
Ad-Van Used to Cut Lorry Thefts
An ad-van is aiming to drive down lorry-load thefts on the A1. more...


Tuesday 28th July, 2009
New Bus Station Will Go Ahead
Plans for a new bus station in Mansfield will go ahead, it’s been confirmed today. more...


Friday 24th July, 2009
Woman Punched in Face at Nightclub
A woman suffered a broken nose after being punched in the face at a Nottingham nightclub. more...


Tuesday 21st July, 2009
Pictures of Ollerton Arson Attack
Photos have been released of the damage done by vandals at a health centre in New Ollerton. more...


Tuesday 21st July, 2009
Arson Attack On Health Centre In New Ollerton
Police are hunting arsonists who targeted a health centre in New Ollerton - causing an estimated £30,000 worth of damage. more...


Saturday 18th July, 2009
Information Needed on Fatal A1 Crash
Police are appealing for witnesses following a road crash in which two men died. more...


Friday 17th July, 2009
Fire Call Control Centre is Delayed
A call centre that’s to deal with all fire emergencies in the East Midlands has been delayed once again. more...


Thursday 16th July, 2009
Police Hunt Forest Flasher
Ollerton Police are appealing for information about a man who exposed himself to two women at a popular Nottinghamshire Forest. more...


Thursday 16th July, 2009
Notts Crime Falls for Sixth Year
Crime is continuing to fall across Nottinghamshire, according to the latest figures. more...


Wednesday 15th July, 2009
Local Author Shoots Robin Hood Documentary
The film camera's have been in Sherwood Forest as a local author takes a team into the woodland to shoot part of his Robin Hood documentary. more...


Friday 10th July, 2009
Mansfield Town FC Pay Tribute Former Steward
Mansfield Town are inviting former stewards to pay tribute to Jim Sheppard – the 54 year old man who was tragically killed in Mansfield last week. more...


Friday 3rd July, 2009
Quartet Accused of Gamekeeper's Murder Appear in Court
Four people accused of the murder of a Mansfield Woodhouse businessman and part-time gamekeeper have appeared in court today. more...


Wednesday 1st July, 2009
Bulwell Fire Victim Formally Identified
The woman who died in a fire at a house in Bulwell has been formally identified. more...


Tuesday 30th June, 2009
New Bishop For Southwell And Nottingham Comes To Mansfield
The new Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham was in Mansfield yesterday to celebrate his appointment. more...


Monday 29th June, 2009
Sherwood MP Is In Hospital After Heart-Attack
A local MP is in hospital after suffering from a heart-attack. more...


Friday 26th June, 2009
Mansfield 103.2 Presenter Pays Tribute To Michael Jackson
Music legend Michael Jackson has died from a suspected heart attack. more...


Friday 19th June, 2009
Drugs Seized In Newstead
Thanks to a tip-off, Nottinghamshire Police have seized a drugs haul in Newstead. more...


Friday 19th June, 2009
Tipping Apologises for Expenses 'Bad Judgement'
Sherwood MP Paddy Tipping has paid back over £14,000 worth of expenses and has apologised for his ‘bad judgement’. more...


Thursday 18th June, 2009
Green Week for Health Workers
Local health officials and workers are learning how to be environmentally friendly this week. more...


Thursday 18th June, 2009
TV Training for Budding Actors
A couple of local actors are looking to use their experience to help youngsters become the next TV star. more...


Monday 15th June, 2009
Residents Able To Give Their Views On Incinerator
The public inquiry into plans to build an incinerator near Rainworth is to take place in October. more...


Thursday 11th June, 2009
UKIP Hit Back at Lib Dem Claims
The UK Independence Party has hit back at claims that they act like football hooligans and louts in the European Parliament. more...


Thursday 11th June, 2009
BNP Local Support 'Worrying' Says Lib Dem MEP
The level of support for the BNP in the East Midlands European Elections is 'worrying', says a top Lib Dem MEP. more...


Wednesday 10th June, 2009
New Park to Bring Jobs to Area
Expansion plans at a local theme park are expected to bring a number of new jobs to the area. more...


Wednesday 10th June, 2009
Climbers Wanted for Fundraiser
Local fundraisers are hoping to scale one of Britain's most famous mountains. more...


Wednesday 10th June, 2009
Police Band Needs Recruits
Notts Police are searching for some top brass to join their 46 strong Symphonic Wind Band. more...


Tuesday 9th June, 2009
Snakes Stolen in Ollerton
Two snakes worth £150 have been stolen from a house in Boughton, Ollerton. more...


Monday 8th June, 2009
European Election Results Declared
It's as you were in the East Midlands as the Euro Election results are announced. more...


Friday 5th June, 2009
Tories Take Charge of Both County Councils
In a dramatic day locally, Labour have lost control of the Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire County Councils for the first time since 1981. more...


Friday 5th June, 2009
Notts County Council Election Results
These are the full results from our area in the Nottinghamshire County Council elections. more...


Friday 5th June, 2009
Big Day In The World Of Politics As Votes Are Counted
It could be a historic day locally as the results of the County Council elections are announced. more...


Thursday 4th June, 2009
Quad Bike Tragedy Victim Named
The 19-year-old woman who died after she fell off a quad bike near Rainworth, has been named. more...


Wednesday 3rd June, 2009
Woman Dies In Incident Involving Quad-Bike
A 19-year-old woman has died after she fell off a quad bike near Rainworth. more...


Thursday 28th May, 2009
Wind Turbines Step Closer
A wind farm that's set to be built to the south of Mansfield has moved a step closer. more...


Tuesday 5th May, 2009
Sherwood MP Backs Gordon Brown
Gordon Brown came under-fire again at the weekend - Communities Secretary Hazel Blears slammed the government for ''lamentable failures'' in recent weeks. more...


Saturday 2nd May, 2009
Pupils Act on Climate Change
Youngsters from a Rainworth school are some of 250 from across Nottinghamshire who are joining forces to help bring science to life. more...


Saturday 2nd May, 2009
Indecent Exposure - Man Sought
A man's indecently exposed himself to three women in New Ollerton. more...


Friday 1st May, 2009
New TV Channel for Waiting Rooms
A personalised television channel in doctor's surgeries is the new way for Nottinghamshire patients to get information. more...


Tuesday 28th April, 2009
Fatal Collision on Motorway
A 37-year-old woman has died following an incident on the M1 in our area yesterday afternoon. more...


Friday 24th April, 2009
Drivers Could Be Forced To Driver Slower
Drivers could soon be made to stick to a 20 mile per hour speed limit in built up areas. more...


Thursday 23rd April, 2009
It's St. George's Day!
It's St George's Day today and the English are being urged to be more proud of their nationality. more...


Thursday 16th April, 2009
Miners Compensation Boost
Local colliery workers who suffer from a condition commonly known as miner’s knee will be able to get Government help from this summer. more...


Wednesday 15th April, 2009
Former Stags Boss Launches 1st Book
A former Mansfield Town manager has lifted the lid on his time at Mansfield Town in a new book. more...


Wednesday 15th April, 2009
Hillsborough Remembered 20 Years On
It's 20 years to the day since the fateful FA Cup semi-final that resulted in the death of 96 fans. more...


Wednesday 15th April, 2009
Rainworth Going Green
Rainworth has been given a 40,000 pound makeover to become greener and more pedestrian friendly. more...


Thursday 9th April, 2009
Inquest Into A614 Smash Held
An inquest has heard that a horrific local smash in February that claimed the lives of six people was probably caused by inappropriate overtaking. more...


Wednesday 1st April, 2009
Public Meeting Today On Local Incinerator Plans
Plans for an incinerator near Rainworth will be discussed at a public meeting later. more...


Tuesday 31st March, 2009
New Football Scheme Launched In Notts
A new Football Skills Scheme will be launched tonight by the FA and Tesco at Nottingham Forest's City Ground. more...


Tuesday 31st March, 2009
Public Meeting On Local Incinerator Plans
Campaign group 'People Against Incineration' are holding a public meeting tomorrow to discuss plans for an incinerator that could be built locally. more...


Friday 27th March, 2009
Nigel Clough To Boycott New Cloughie Film
The family of Nottingham Forest legend, Brian Clough, have vowed to boycott the film 'The Damned United'. more...


Friday 27th March, 2009
Adverts For Abortions
Pro-life groups say allowing abortion clinics to advertise would be a mistake. more...


Friday 27th March, 2009
Doddy Tickets Go On Sale Today
Tickets for Ken Dodd's show in May go on sale shortly and we are being told there are already big queues. more...


Thursday 26th March, 2009
Doddy Tickets Go On Sale Tomorrow
Residents are being reminded to turn up bright and early at Mansfield's Palace Theatre if they want to get their mitts on some Ken Dodd tickets. more...


Wednesday 18th March, 2009
Unemployment Figures Up Locally
Almost 1,000 more people in Mansfield and Ashfield are claming Jobseeker's Allowance than they were a month ago. more...


Wednesday 18th March, 2009
Mansfield 103.2 Looking To Expand
The final touches are being made to possible plans for the expansion of Mansfield 103.2. more...


Tuesday 17th March, 2009
Bilsthorpe Windfarm Gets Go Ahead
Permission has been given for a windfarm to be built on a former colliery site in Bilsthorpe following an appeal. more...


Tuesday 17th March, 2009
It's St. Patrick's Day!
Today it's St Patrick's Day. more...


Tuesday 17th March, 2009
Mansfield Beer IS Safe
Rumours surrounding the future of Mansfield Bitter have been put to bed this week by the company that now makes the town's famous brew. more...


Wednesday 11th March, 2009
Soldiers Enjoy Get Together Before Afghanistan Trip
Brave soldiers from the Territorial Army in Mansfield enjoyed one-last get together last night before heading off to Afghanistan. more...


Saturday 7th March, 2009
Ban for Coin Throwing Fan
A teenager who threw a coin during a local football match has been arrested and banned from future games. more...


Friday 6th March, 2009
Anti-Knife Crime Campaign Launched
'No More Knives', thats the message of a new major campaign to crack down on knife crime and raise awareness of the consequences. more...


Thursday 5th March, 2009
Cuts Expected at Local Rail Service
There could be a loss of up to 160 jobs in a review of the running costs of East Midlands Trains. more...


Thursday 5th March, 2009
NCC Given Full Marks
Nottinghamshire County Council have been given top marks in their latest inspection. more...


Wednesday 4th March, 2009
STI Awareness Campaign Starts
A new scheme to make young people more aware of sexually transmitted diseases starts this week. more...


Wednesday 25th February, 2009
Blidworth Leisure Centre Opens
The new Blidworth Community Leisure Centre will be officially opened today. more...


Tuesday 24th February, 2009
It's Only Flipping Pancake Day!
This morning many of us will be seeing who's the number 1 tosser in the house – because today it's Pan Cake Day. more...


Monday 23rd February, 2009
Memorial To Be Erected in Bilsthorpe
A local family are searching for relatives of the 14 men who died in a mining accident over 80 years ago. more...


Monday 23rd February, 2009
Rainworth Man Death Inquest Re-Opens
An inquest into the death of a Rainworthman has been re-opened. more...


Friday 20th February, 2009
A614 Crash Inquest Starts
The inquests into the death of six people who died in a crash on the A614 near Bilsthorpe last Friday are expected to open this morning at Nottingham Coroner's court. more...


Thursday 19th February, 2009
Victims Of A614 Crash Officially Named
The six victims of the weekend's horrific head-on car crash near Bilsthorpe have been officially named. more...


Wednesday 18th February, 2009
Crash Victims Formally Identified
The six victims of the weekend's horrific head-on car crash near Bilsthorpe have been formally named. more...


Tuesday 17th February, 2009
Update To Horrific Car Crash - 17th Feb 2009
The post-mortem of 6 people who died in a head on crash on the A614 are expected to take place later today. more...


Saturday 14th February, 2009
Six Die In Horror Crash
Six people have lost their lives in a two-car crash near Bilsthorpe last night. more...


Thursday 12th February, 2009
New Kings Clipstone Website
A local community website has been re-launched. more...


Thursday 12th February, 2009
Youth Football Tournament Next Week
A week long football tournament is being held at the East Midlands Designer Outlet this half term. more...


Friday 6th February, 2009
Government To Look At Incinerator Plans
A decision to bring a waste incineration site to the outskirts of Rainworth is now in the hands of the Government. more...


Friday 6th February, 2009
Confirmed School Closures - Monday 9th February
This is the list of schools confirmed as closed on Monday. more...


Thursday 5th February, 2009
Snow Cancellations & Information
A list of cancellations and information phoned through to us via the MANSFIELD 103.2 SNOWLINE....01623 666022 more...


Thursday 5th February, 2009
Confirmed Schools Closures - Thursday 5th February 2009
School closures across the area will appear here, as soon as Mansfield 103.2 hears about them. more...


Wednesday 4th February, 2009
Confirmed Schools Closed Today - 4th February 2009
Mansfield 103.2 can confirm that the following schools are closed today. more...


Tuesday 3rd February, 2009
Confirmed School Closures
The following schools have been confirmed as being closed today (3rd February 2009). more...


Monday 26th January, 2009
Cannabis Now Class B
A tougher law on Cannabis is to take affect from today. more...


Tuesday 20th January, 2009
Witnesses Needed To Fire In Boughton
Police are investigating an arson attack at a newly build house on Tuxford Road in Boughton. more...


Friday 9th January, 2009
Incinerator Plans Backed
Notts County Council Planning Chiefs have decided not to object to plans for a waste incinerator to be built near Rainworth. more...


Friday 9th January, 2009
Residents Urged To Attend Incinerator Meeting
Notts County Council Planning Chiefs are meet today at County Hall in West Bridgeford to discuss possible plans for a waste incinerator to be build in Sherwood Forest. more...


Thursday 8th January, 2009
Thugs Cause £2,000 Worth Of Damage
Callous thugs have caused £2,000 pounds worth of damage after they destroyed a local children's play area for the 2nd time in the space of 3 months. more...


Tuesday 6th January, 2009
Local Tory Calls For Tougher Action
New figures released by the Tories this week show fatal stabbings are at an all-time high. more...


Friday 19th December, 2008
Four Remanded In Custody
The four people charged with the murder of a Clumber Park gamekeeper have appeared in court. more...


Thursday 18th December, 2008
Clipstone Crash: Victim Named
Police have named the man who died in yesterday’s serious road traffic collision in Clipstone. more...


Tuesday 16th December, 2008
Christmas Songs Begin On Mansfield 103.2
Due to popular demand and after a phone vote, sparked by John B Tannen, Mansfield 103.2's Christmas songs are here!!! more...


Saturday 13th December, 2008
£5,000 Fine For Developer
A developer who ignored a notice to stop work at Ollerton Hall has been fined £5,000. more...


Saturday 13th December, 2008
Cash Boost For Local Estate
Clipstone residents are celebrating the start of a new £305,000 pounds community scheme. more...


Friday 12th December, 2008
Take Extra Care On The Icy Roads
Notts Police are reminding motorists to take extra care whilst out and about after an increase in the number of accidents because of icy roads. more...


Friday 12th December, 2008
Don't Leave Your Cars Running
Motorists are being warned not to leave their cars running and unattended as the cold weather continues. more...


Wednesday 10th December, 2008
Drink Drive Campaign Re-Launched
This year’s campaign to clamp down on those who drink and drive or take drugs and drive is well under way in Nottinghamshire. more...


Wednesday 10th December, 2008
Cigarette Displays Set To Be Banned?
Cigarette displays are likely to be banned as part of the latest attempt to stop young people smoking. more...


Wednesday 10th December, 2008
Rainworth Incinerator Update
Plans for a major waste incinerator in Rainworth have been rejected by District Council chiefs. more...


Tuesday 9th December, 2008
Peaceful Protest Against Incinerator Plans Today
Planning officers from Newark and Sherwood District Council are making a trip to a proposed incinerator site in our area this morning. more...


Sunday 7th December, 2008
Gamekeeper Death: Four Charged
The wife and son of Nigel Bacon are among four people charged with his murder. more...


Saturday 6th December, 2008
Gamekeeper Death: Fourth Arrest
Police will continue to question four people this weekend as part of the investigation into the death of a Clumber Park gamekeeper. more...


Thursday 4th December, 2008
Gamekeeper Death: Trio Arrested
Police have arrested three people as part of an investigation into the death of a part-time gamekeeper at Clumber Park. more...


Thursday 4th December, 2008
Motorists Warned Not To Drink And Drive
Christmas is a time to eat, drink and be merry but Notts police insist that festive cheer is no excuse for drink driving. more...


Wednesday 3rd December, 2008
Murdered Man Found On Drive
The Clumber Park gamekeeper murdered last week was attacked on his own driveway, police have revealed today. more...


Wednesday 3rd December, 2008
Notts Police Launch Drink/Drive Campaign
Nottinghamshire Police are warning drivers that the credit crunch is no excuse for driving under the influence of drink or drugs this Christmas and New Year. more...


Wednesday 3rd December, 2008
Hucknall Police Appeal For Witnesses
Police in Hucknall are appealing for information after a school bus full of children had its rear window smashed at around half past 3 last Friday afternoon. more...


Tuesday 2nd December, 2008
Man Charged With Drug Trafficking
A man has been charged with drug trafficking offences after more than £1,000,000 worth of drugs were recovered. more...


Tuesday 2nd December, 2008
West Notts Help To Tackle Knife Crime
Police are working with a local college to involve students in a competition to design a new anti-knife crime campaign and raise awareness. more...


Tuesday 2nd December, 2008
Clumber Park Murder Update
Police have released a photograph of Nigel Bacon (also known as Neil) who was murdered last Wednesday at a bungalow in Clumber Park. more...


Saturday 29th November, 2008
Clumber Park Murder Inquiry Continues
Forensic investigations continue this weekend as part of a murder inquiry at a bungalow in Clumber Park. more...


Friday 28th November, 2008
Clumber Park Murder Update
Police have identified the man who was murdered on Wednesday evening at a bungalow in Clumber Park. more...


Friday 28th November, 2008
More Presents Needed For Kids Gift Appeal
The kids gift appeal are still looking for more people to donate their unwanted toys. more...


Thursday 27th November, 2008
Edwinstowe Play-Group Lottery Win
The Edwinstowe Pre-School Playgroup has won its bid for Lottery money. more...


Thursday 27th November, 2008
Murder Inquiry At Clumber Park
Detectives have launched a murder inquiry following an incident at a bungalow at Normanton Larches in Clumber Park. more...


Thursday 27th November, 2008
Distraction Burglary Campaign Leads To 30 Arrests
30 people have been arrested in a distraction burglary campaign being run by five police forces including Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. more...


Tuesday 25th November, 2008
New Horse Campaign Launched
An East Midlands MEP is launching a campaign to stop horses being injured and even dying whilst on long lorry journeys across Europe. more...


Monday 24th November, 2008
Safety Needs To Be Upped On Robin Hood Line
There are calls for more safety measures on the area's railways after two people lost their lives on the Robin Hood Line over the weekend. more...


Monday 24th November, 2008
New Knife Campaign Stars In Notts
Youngsters can report on knife crime anonymously from today as a new initiative starts in Nottinghamshire. more...


Saturday 22nd November, 2008
Local Couple Start Baby P Petition
A local couple have started a petition demanding action following the tragic death of Baby P. more...


Thursday 20th November, 2008
Mayor Gets New Car
A local car dealership is helping Mansfield's Mayor 'drive forward'. more...


Wednesday 19th November, 2008
11 New Fire Fighters For Notts
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service has welcomed 11 new fire fighters at stations across the county. more...


Wednesday 19th November, 2008
Witnesses Sought To Smoke Attack
Police are appealing for witnesses to an incident that took place in Bilsthorpe. more...


Wednesday 19th November, 2008
We Should Have More Faith In Youths
A children's charity has revealed young people are being demonised in the UK. more...


Tuesday 18th November, 2008
Police Looking To Recruit
Over the next couple of weeks events will be held across the county to encourage members of the public to join Notts Police. more...


Tuesday 11th November, 2008
21-Year-Old Jailed For 'Merciless Beating'
An Edwinstowe man has been jailed for four years and eight months for giving his girlfriend what was described in court as 'a merciless beating'. more...


Tuesday 11th November, 2008
It's Time For a Flu Jab
The winter weather is just around the corner and GP's say now is the time for your flu jab. more...


Tuesday 11th November, 2008
Today We Remember Those Who've Fallen
Today the nation will fall silent as it remembers loved ones, family members and friends who died serving their country in the Great War, Second World War as well as those more recently who served in Afghanistan and Iraq. more...


Monday 10th November, 2008
Free Footie For Ollerton Youths
Youngsters livining in and around Ollerton are being given the chance to polish up their football skills throughout this month and next for free. more...


Friday 7th November, 2008
Local Road Safety Scheme Wins Award
A Nottinghamshire Road Safety scheme aimed at reducing moped and motor scooter casualties has won a prestigious national award. more...


Thursday 6th November, 2008
Local Businesses Welcome Interest Rate Cut
A 1.5% interest rate cut by the Bank of England has been welcomed locally. more...


Thursday 6th November, 2008
DARE Founder Comes To The Area
One of the original officers of a drugs education programme that's been a huge success in Mansfield is visiting this week. more...


Wednesday 5th November, 2008
Look After Your Pets During Bonefire Night
Pet owners are being urged to not forget about their four legged friends. more...


Wednesday 5th November, 2008
Lets Have A Safe Bonfire Night
With all the excitement of Bonfire night already in the air, it's easy to get swept up with all the lights and the magic of the fireworks. more...


Friday 31st October, 2008
Let It Be A Safe Halloween
Although most of us will be dressed a bit differently tonight – with Halloween in full flow – Police do not expect our behaviour to be different. more...


Thursday 30th October, 2008
Nine Jailed After Operation Core
A massive covert police operation against drugs supply in the East Midlands has seen nine men jailed for a total of 54 years and nine months. more...


Thursday 30th October, 2008
Local MEP Backs Euro Plan
European plans to force public bodies to consider the enviroment impact of vehicles before buying them have been welcomed by an East Midlands MEP. more...


Thursday 30th October, 2008
We Should Have Day For Britishness
A plan for a national day to celebrate Britishness has been scrapped. more...


Thursday 30th October, 2008
Pyjamas Man Identified
A 55-year-old man has confirmed to police that he was the man seen walking by the A617 ring road in his pyjamas earlier this week. more...


Wednesday 29th October, 2008
Police Searching For Rainworth Man
Police are appealing for information following concern for the safety of a man seen walking along the A617 ring road in his pyjamas. more...


Wednesday 29th October, 2008
More Needs To Be Done About Bullying
Most children don't have anywhere to turn to if they're getting bullied. more...


Tuesday 28th October, 2008
Theft As Match Is Played
Police are appealing for witnesses after a set of Edwinstowe changing rooms were broken into whilst a football match was being played. more...


Monday 27th October, 2008
Local Traders To Get Help
Good and honest local traders are being given a helping hand to get through the credit crunch. more...


Thursday 23rd October, 2008
Notts Police Crime Figures Released
The county's quarterly crime figures have been released this morning by Notts Police. more...


Thursday 23rd October, 2008
Panto Tickets Sales Reach 70%
70% of tickets have now been sold for this year's Mansfield Panto. more...


Wednesday 22nd October, 2008
Sunday Train Service For Mansfield
A Sunday train service will run in Mansfield for the first time in forty years from December. more...


Tuesday 21st October, 2008
SATS Scrapped
Teachers are welcoming the end of national tests for fourteen year olds. more...


Tuesday 21st October, 2008
Youngsters Perform At The Palace
Youngsters from across Notts will be showcasing their talent at Mansfield's Palace Theatre this evening and tomorrow night. more...


Tuesday 21st October, 2008
Lets Have A Safe Halloween
With ghosts and ghoul sightings expected to increase this month Notts Police are taking extra measures to ensure any spooky and late night behaviour remains within the law. more...


Thursday 16th October, 2008
Derek Acorah Might Just Be Coming To The 103.2 Studios
Yesterday's Left, Right and Centre Talk programme may have bagged 103.2 a visit from two of the most famous names in the Paranormal world. more...


Thursday 16th October, 2008
Our Olympic And Paralympic Stars Head To London
This morning all the Olympic and Paralympic stars are in London for the big victory parade. more...


Tuesday 14th October, 2008
It's 'Not In My Neighboughood' Week!
Several health organisations from across Notts have joined forces to fined out how much local people know about alcohol. more...


Monday 13th October, 2008
PM To Give A Speech To Local Organisations
Gordon Brown is set to deliver a special video speech to local businesses today. more...


Thursday 9th October, 2008
Police Probe Rugby Club Break-In
Police are wanting to speak to a man, possibly from the Mansfield area, in connection with an attempted burglary in Newark. more...


Thursday 9th October, 2008
Police Women Want To Work In Notts
Nottinghamshire police has been named as one of the top 50 places where women want to work in the UK. more...


Tuesday 7th October, 2008
Sirrel's Funeral This Lunch Time
The funeral of the former Notts County manager, Jimmy Sirrel, takes place in Nottingham this lunch time. more...


Thursday 2nd October, 2008
New Motorcyle Campaign Starts Today
Motorcyclists in Nottinghamshire are going to be stopped in their tracks and given road and vehicle safety advice and a free reflective tabard as part of a new campaign aimed at reducing biker deaths in the county. more...


Wednesday 1st October, 2008
Images To Be Put On Cigarette Packets
Smokers could be in for a shock when buying their next packet of cigarettes. more...


Monday 29th September, 2008
Plans For New Footpath Go On Display Tonight
Plans go on display tonight for a new footpath that could finally join two ends of a local village together. more...


Friday 26th September, 2008
Complaints About Notts Police Have Fallen
Nottinghamshire has bucked the trend as the number of complaints about the police has fallen. more...


Monday 22nd September, 2008
Photo Of Teenagers Killed In Collision Released
Police have today released a photo of the two teenagers killed in last Tuesday's fatal road traffic collision in Blidworth. more...


Thursday 18th September, 2008
Get Big Bob Into The Jungle
A campaign has begun to get a local star on the next series of "I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here". more...


Thursday 11th September, 2008
Street Light Attack In Meden Vale
Police and neighbourhood wardens are hunting mindless thugs who caused almost £1,000 worth of damage in Meden Vale. more...


Saturday 6th September, 2008
Concert Cancelled Due To Bad Weather
A special charity concert at Thoresby Hall due to take place from 4 o'clock this afternoon has been cancelled. more...


Saturday 6th September, 2008
Police Crackdown To Be Extended
Over 500 Nottinghamshire motorists have been fined in the first four days of a police crackdown. more...


Thursday 4th September, 2008
Cervical Cancer Jab Thumbs Up
A local GP and member of the HPV Immunisation Group has welcomed the vaccination of all Year Eight girls against cervical cancer. more...


Monday 1st September, 2008
First Motorist Clampdown Figures Released
Notts Police have stopped and dealt with 250 motorists in the opening hours of a crackdown on drivers who haven't “Broken The Habit”. more...


Saturday 30th August, 2008
Winter Fuel Payments Appeal
Older people in Nottinghamshire are being urged to claim their Winter Fuel payments to help them with higher energy costs. more...


Thursday 28th August, 2008
Unsafe Sex On The Rise
The number of young women having unsafe sex is on the rise. more...


Thursday 21st August, 2008
Search Continues For Park Attacker
Notts Police have released an e-fit of one of the suspects in the Clumber Park sexual assault investigation. more...


Tuesday 19th August, 2008
Clumber Park Sexual Assault
A 25 year old women was attacked following a concert at the park at the weekend. more...


Saturday 2nd August, 2008
Crime Fear As Energy Costs Rise
The rising cost of gas and electricity could cause an increase in crime, we're being warned. more...


Monday 28th July, 2008
Ghostly Goings-On At 103.2 [AUDIO]
Mansfield 103.2 were hit by spooky goings-on this morning. more...


Sunday 27th July, 2008
Trains Face Disruption
Train services in our area will be disrupted for the third Sunday in a row today. more...


Sunday 27th July, 2008
Clumber Park Goes Green
Today sees the start of the Big Green Day Out at Clumber Park. more...


Sunday 20th July, 2008
Drivers Stage Rail Walkout
There will be rail disruption today as a number of drivers in the East Midlands won't be turning up for work. more...


Tuesday 1st July, 2008
New Robin Hood Film Expected To Prompt Tourism Boom For Sherwood
Hollywood director, Ridley Scott, has revealed plans to shoot his version of the Robin Hood tale, called 'Nottingham'. more...


Saturday 14th June, 2008
OBE for One of Notts' Top Cops
A senior police officer who played a major role in dismantling organised crime networks in Nottinghamshire has been awarded the OBE. more...


Saturday 14th June, 2008
Go-Slow Protest Planned for Motorway
There is expected to be disruption on the M1 in our area on Saturday morning as a protest against fuel prices takes place. more...


Monday 9th June, 2008
Road Trial Axed Ahead of Launch
A road improvement trial set to start in Kings Clipstone today has been abandoned. more...


Sunday 8th June, 2008
Missing Pensioner is Found
A Newark pensioner, whose disappearance had police searching Ollerton for him, has turned up safe and well. more...


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