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Pair of bronze stag statues stolen from outdoor furniture store near Newark

Pair of bronze stag statues stolen from outdoor furniture store near Newark

Pair of bronze stag statues stolen from outdoor furniture store near Newark

05 December 2020

The owners said they found part of one of the stag's antlers broken off when clearing up following the robbery.


Mum whose autistic son's comfort dog was stolen increases the reward in the hope of return

Mum whose autistic son's comfort dog was stolen increases the reward in the hope of return

Mum whose autistic son's comfort dog was stolen increases the reward in the hope of return

04 December 2020

Sheila Sims, of Coddington, says she and 12-year-old Luke have been devastated since poodle-cross Pippa went missing.


Cat stuck in a spot of bother is rescued by firefighters

Cat stuck in a spot of bother is rescued by firefighters

Cat stuck in a spot of bother is rescued by firefighters

03 December 2020

Crews were called to the address at around 11.15am yesterday (Wednesday).


Driver and dog escape unharmed after incident last night

Driver and dog escape unharmed after incident last night

Driver and dog escape unharmed after incident last night

02 December 2020

Firefighters have issued a warning to country road users after attending an incident last night.


Woman arrested on suspicion of drink driving after Bingham car crash

Woman arrested on suspicion of drink driving after Bingham car crash

Woman arrested on suspicion of drink driving after Bingham car crash

01 December 2020

It follows an unrelated crash on the same road in September where a boy and his dog — which later died — were run down by a drink and drugged driver.


Commercial wires, alcohol bottles, a mattress and old kitchen units among Newark fly-tip

Commercial wires, alcohol bottles, a mattress and old kitchen units among Newark fly-tip

Commercial wires, alcohol bottles, a mattress and old kitchen units among Newark fly-tip

27 November 2020

Some items posed significant hazards to the health of residents and safety of animals.


Woman pleads guilty in the attempted drowning case of Bella the dog

Woman pleads guilty in the attempted drowning case of Bella the dog

Woman pleads guilty in the attempted drowning case of Bella the dog

24 November 2020

Charlene Latham has admitted causing unnecessary suffering to a protected animal.


How to discover the animals visiting your garden and creatures living on your doorstep

How to discover the animals visiting your garden and creatures living on your doorstep

How to discover the animals visiting your garden and creatures living on your doorstep

24 November 2020

Nature lovers are being encouraged to set up their own creature-cam.

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World champion in her sport encourages others to give it a try

World champion in her sport encourages others to give it a try

World champion in her sport encourages others to give it a try

24 November 2020

Carriage driver Sue Mart, of Bennington Carriages, is offering taster sessions at her academy in Long Bennington.


Devastated mum's plea for her autistic son's comfort dog to be returned after it was stolen

Devastated mum's plea for her autistic son's comfort dog to be returned after it was stolen

Devastated mum's plea for her autistic son's comfort dog to be returned after it was stolen

24 November 2020

Sheila Sims said her 12-year-old boy Luke has offered £90 — the entirety of his birthday money — to whoever brings his poodle cross Pippa home.


Sentence given to intoxicated driver who left Bingham boy for dead 'cannot be reviewed'

Sentence given to intoxicated driver who left Bingham boy for dead 'cannot be reviewed'

Sentence given to intoxicated driver who left Bingham boy for dead 'cannot be reviewed'

23 November 2020

Daniel Moncaster suffered serious injuries to his legs when hit walking his dog Nico just yards from his family home on Carnarvon Place, Bingham.


Police appeal for information on whereabouts of stolen horse trailer

Police appeal for information on whereabouts of stolen horse trailer

Police appeal for information on whereabouts of stolen horse trailer

23 November 2020

The owner said they believed the trailer was stolen using a black Forester with a front head lamp out.


Global action needed to tackle deforestation for agricultural use

Global action needed to tackle deforestation for agricultural use

Global action needed to tackle deforestation for agricultural use

19 November 2020

It is certainly welcomed that the government recognises the importance of woodland management in the quest to combat climate change, says Amy Cowdell.


Top tips to help wildlife this winter

Top tips to help wildlife this winter

Top tips to help wildlife this winter

18 November 2020

Ensuring animals have access to food, water and shelter will mean they have a much better chance of surviving the winter.


Midlands is worst-affected region for farm fires — costing £13.2m

Midlands is worst-affected region for farm fires — costing £13.2m

Midlands is worst-affected region for farm fires — costing £13.2m

17 November 2020

The cost of farm fires in the UK totalled £49.1m last year ­— a rise of nearly 6% compared to 2018 ­— according to NFU Mutual.


Use green spaces, parks and nature reserves during lockdown, says wildlife trust

Use green spaces, parks and nature reserves during lockdown, says wildlife trust

Use green spaces, parks and nature reserves during lockdown, says wildlife trust

14 November 2020

It would seem green spaces will once again be the mainstay of outdoor leisure for most of us, says ­Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.


Woman with debilitating genetic disorder speaks of how she trained her dog to help her

Woman with debilitating genetic disorder speaks of how she trained her dog to help her

Woman with debilitating genetic disorder speaks of how she trained her dog to help her

14 November 2020

Emma Frith, of Southwell, has hypermobile type Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, making dislocation, sprains and fractures a regular occurrence.


Firm's gift will help improve dog kennels

Firm's gift will help improve dog kennels

Firm's gift will help improve dog kennels

10 November 2020

A dog rescue charity has been given a funding boost by a company based in the same village.


Tree fungus issue is far from over, says wildlife trust

Tree fungus issue is far from over, says wildlife trust

Tree fungus issue is far from over, says wildlife trust

07 November 2020

Ash Dieback has been out of the headlines for a while but the issue certainly hasn’t gone away, says Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.


Villagers celebrate following withdrawal of mega chicken farm application

Villagers celebrate following withdrawal of mega chicken farm application

Villagers celebrate following withdrawal of mega chicken farm application

02 November 2020

Plans were submitted for four large chicken sheds ­— with a rolling capacity of 220,000 birds at a time ­— ­on land west of Main Street, Thoroton.

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