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Tools and tips to help prevent allotment crime this summer

Tools and tips to help prevent allotment crime this summer

Tools and tips to help prevent allotment crime this summer

Green-fingered residents across the county are urged to be on their guard against allotment crime as the summer months approach.


Join trust in nurturing nature in ‘wild’ June

Join trust in nurturing nature in ‘wild’ June

Join trust in nurturing nature in ‘wild’ June

With June now upon us, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is urging everyone to nurture nature as it celebrates the tenth birthday of 30 Days Wild.


Football fans urged to spot domestic abuse signs during Euros

Football fans urged to spot domestic abuse signs during Euros

Football fans urged to spot domestic abuse signs during Euros

Football fans across Nottinghamshire are being urged to look out for signs of domestic abuse during the European Championship this summer.


Election candidates now confirmed after nomination deadline passes

Election candidates now confirmed after nomination deadline passes

Election candidates now confirmed after nomination deadline passes

The candidates in the upcoming General Election from across the Advertiser Area have now been confirmed.


Artist captures D-Day commemoration in painting

Artist captures D-Day commemoration in painting

Artist captures D-Day commemoration in painting

A town’s D-Day commemoration has been portrayed in paint by a artist with a long-time connection to painting the armed forces.


Summer fair to fill town with fun this weekend

Summer fair to fill town with fun this weekend

Summer fair to fill town with fun this weekend

A town’s summer fair will take place this week with lots of entertainment and family fun to enjoy.


Solar farm appeal inquiry to take place

Solar farm appeal inquiry to take place

Solar farm appeal inquiry to take place

An inquiry appeal launched for a refused solar farm is to begin next week.


‘There are so many opportunities’, says restaurateur ahead of move into bigger premises

‘There are so many opportunities’, says restaurateur ahead of move into bigger premises

‘There are so many opportunities’, says restaurateur ahead of move into bigger premises

A restaurant owner is expanding his food services into a new and bigger location.


From potholes to policy! Your chance to pose a question to the people who want to be your next MP

From potholes to policy! Your chance to pose a question to the people who want to be your next MP

From potholes to policy! Your chance to pose a question to the people who want to be your next MP

There may be a General Election looming, but what do the candidates in your constituency really feel about the issues that matter most to you?


‘I'm staying positive - as I try to rebuild my life after crime’

‘I'm staying positive - as I try to rebuild my life after crime’

‘I'm staying positive - as I try to rebuild my life after crime’

A woman has shared an update on her recovery after she was left with horrific injuries following a hit-and-run shooting in America.


Voluntary tags helping stop re-offending after prison release

Voluntary tags helping stop re-offending after prison release

Voluntary tags helping stop re-offending after prison release

A voluntary tagging system is proving effective at helping to rehabilitate repeat offenders.


To mow or not to mow? That is the question

To mow or not to mow? That is the question

To mow or not to mow? That is the question

In his latest column, Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust considers the balancing act of No Mow May schemes.


Village beacon repaired in time for D-Day commemorations

Village beacon repaired in time for D-Day commemorations

Village beacon repaired in time for D-Day commemorations

A village beacon has been repaired in time to commemorate D-Day.


Speeding motorists fined for offences

Speeding motorists fined for offences

Speeding motorists fined for offences

Speeding motorists were among the Newark area cases at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court recently.


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