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Animal rights group calls for former wool warehouse to commemorate sheep with memorial plaque

Animal rights group calls for former wool warehouse to commemorate sheep with memorial plaque

Animal rights group calls for former wool warehouse to commemorate sheep with memorial plaque

03 March 2024

PETA has requested a memorial plaque for sheep be installed at a former wool warehouse turned 39-apartment development.


Trail cameras aim to engage youth and tackle wildlife crime

Trail cameras aim to engage youth and tackle wildlife crime

Trail cameras aim to engage youth and tackle wildlife crime

23 February 2024

Trail cameras installed to help engage young people and reduce wildlife crime have captured wildlife living at a Green Flag Award-winning park.


Council seek help reuniting dog with its owner

Council seek help reuniting dog with its owner

Council seek help reuniting dog with its owner

15 February 2024

A council is searching for the owners of a lost dog.


Beekeeper competes at latest show

Beekeeper competes at latest show

Beekeeper competes at latest show

12 February 2024

A beekeeper has competed at his latest honey show.


Surprise addition to flock at popular farm

Surprise addition to flock at popular farm

Surprise addition to flock at popular farm

07 February 2024

White Post Farm have been keeping the public updated on the arrival of their new lambs and had not one, but two new additions yesterday (Tuesday).


Missing dog reunited with family

Missing dog reunited with family

Missing dog reunited with family

05 February 2024

A dog missing for over a week has been found and reunited with her family.


Council seek help to locate lost dog’s owner

Council seek help to locate lost dog’s owner

Council seek help to locate lost dog’s owner

05 February 2024

A council is looking to reunite a lost dog with its owner.


A privileged opportunity to observe persecuted birds

A privileged opportunity to observe persecuted birds

A privileged opportunity to observe persecuted birds

03 February 2024

In his latest column, Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildife Trust considers the ongoing persecution of peregrine falcons.

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Emergency authorisation of “bee-killing” pesticide condemned

Emergency authorisation of “bee-killing” pesticide condemned

Emergency authorisation of “bee-killing” pesticide condemned

29 January 2024

The government’s emergency authorisation of a neonicotinoid has faced backlash from campaigners and an environmental charity.

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Thoughtless drivers speeding past horses leave village fearing tragedy

Thoughtless drivers speeding past horses leave village fearing tragedy

Thoughtless drivers speeding past horses leave village fearing tragedy

29 January 2024

Motorists ignoring the highway code and speeding past horses has left a village fearing a tragedy.

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Anti-hunt activists aiming to end illegal fox hunting

Anti-hunt activists aiming to end illegal fox hunting

Anti-hunt activists aiming to end illegal fox hunting

28 January 2024

A group of saboteurs are aiming to disrupt bloodsports and illegal fox hunting in Nottinghamshire’s countryside.

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Council reminds owners of XL Bully dogs about new policy

Council reminds owners of XL Bully dogs about new policy

Council reminds owners of XL Bully dogs about new policy

27 January 2024

Council tenants who already owned an XL Bully dog before January 31 will be able to keep their dogs if they comply fully with new government policy.


Making the most of unexpected encounters with wildlife

Making the most of unexpected encounters with wildlife

Making the most of unexpected encounters with wildlife

27 January 2024

In his latest column, Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, reflects on some chance meetings with foxes.


Meet Gemma who can talk to animals by connecting with them ‘soul-to-soul’

Meet Gemma who can talk to animals by connecting with them ‘soul-to-soul’

Meet Gemma who can talk to animals by connecting with them ‘soul-to-soul’

26 January 2024

A woman moved from a job in human resources to become an animal communicator – and she’s connected with our reporter’s dog to reveal his thoughts.

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Quirky business idea brings pets in fancy dress to weddings

Quirky business idea brings pets in fancy dress to weddings

Quirky business idea brings pets in fancy dress to weddings

22 January 2024

A business owner has started a new service to chaperone people’s furry friends to their weddings.


Rare sighting of carnivorous creepy-crawly

Rare sighting of carnivorous creepy-crawly

Rare sighting of carnivorous creepy-crawly

21 January 2024

A rare, venomous, carnivorous centipede with under 50 recorded sightings in the UK has been spotted, with climate change believed to be the cause.

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Burglary suspects crash stolen car

Burglary suspects crash stolen car

Burglary suspects crash stolen car

17 January 2024

Two teenage burglary suspects were tracked down by a police dog after crashing a stolen car.


Storytellers visit museums with history

Storytellers visit museums with history

Storytellers visit museums with history

17 January 2024

Museums in a village are hosting free events to mark National Storytelling Week.


Happy ending for stolen dog, Boy, who was found hundreds of miles from home

Happy ending for stolen dog, Boy, who was found hundreds of miles from home

Happy ending for stolen dog, Boy, who was found hundreds of miles from home

13 January 2024

A beloved pet dog who was believed to have been stolen has been reunited with his owners — after being found 200 miles away.


Residents need to be aware of changes to the banned dog laws

Residents need to be aware of changes to the banned dog laws

Residents need to be aware of changes to the banned dog laws

07 January 2024

Changes to the banned dog laws come into effect from February 1.


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