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'Unbelievable' marathon route slammed
The husband of a patient who had to be pushed to hospital in a wheelchair attacks the routing of a marathon for blocking the ambulance.

Newark Town score four to record second win of campaign
Three second-half goals helped Newark Town to their second win of the season against Brodsworth Welfare in the Central Midlands League North.

Reservoir walk led to man's death
A man with severe learning difficulties died on a day trip to a reservoir after going for a walk with a care worker, an inquest hears.

Travel: Accident on A1 between Grantham and Newark
There has been an accident on the A1 between Grantham and Newark.

Lincoln Road shop theft: Police want to speak to man
Nottinghamshire Police want to speak to a man in connection with a theft from the Co-op store on Lincoln Road, Newark.

Southwell Police Station: Consultation period to start in January
Southwell Police Station will remain until at least June next year, it has been revealed.

Children 'at risk from road changes'
Roadworks and changes to a road layout near a primary school are putting children in danger, according to its head teacher.

A man has received a suspended prison sentence after he caused damage to a car in a road rage incident.

Wrexham sign Quigley Nolan on loan
AFC Bournemouth striker Joe Quigley and Lincoln City midfielder Jon Nolan join National League side Wrexham on loan.

Beaumond House chief executive: "We need your help and we need it now"
The chief executive of Beaumond House Community Hospice, Newark, is appealing to people to help safeguard its future by signing up to a regular giving pledge.

Renowned adventurer climbs North America's tallest rock face
An adventurer said she was overcome with emotion after climbing the tallest rock face in North America.

Gritting teams on standby ahead of expected very cold winter
Nottinghamshire County Council is preparing to grit roads across the district in preparation to what is meant to be Britain's coldest winter in 50 years.

Youth football: Lions in seventh heaven
Collingham Lions maintained their winning streak in the New Newark Youth League Under-12 Division One with a 7-1 win over Gonerby.

Mistakes blamed for Flowserve's defeat at Awsworth Villa
Manager Matt Wade blamed simple mistakes as his side fell to a disappointing 3-1 loss at Awsworth Villa in the Nottinghamshire Senior League.

Free session on car maintenance
A free workshop covering basic car maintenance will be held in Newark on Thursday, October 8.

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Police seal Nottingham park after body found in pond
An area of the park has been cordoned off and police have made an appeal for information.

Trees used for Nottinghamshire 'natural' flood defences
Seventeen-hundred trees are being planted near two villages which have faced repeated flood problems.

Environment Agency releases 18,000 fish into North East rivers
Breeds including barbel, bream and roach have been released at sites across the region.

HMP Nottingham inmates 'smoked' Harry Potter pages
The novel found in HMP Nottingham tested positive for a psychoactive substance similar to Spice.

Amber Peat: 'Opportunities missed' to help hanged girl
Eleven occasions when authorities could have provided more support for Amber were identified, the inquest heard.

Creswell Crags: 'Witches' marks' found in cave network
They are believed to be the biggest concentration of protective marks ever found in British caves.

Ex Nottinghamshire Police officer admits child sex crimes
Lee Bowditch sent a teenager an indecent image of himself as well as sexual messages, said police.

Garry Talbot jailed for life after admitting killing his father
Charles Talbot was found injured in December 2012 at the home he shared with his son Garry.

Wolverhampton taxi drivers accused of serious sex crimes
Fears public safety is being threatened are raised as a council deals with allegations made 150 miles away.

Schools' climate strike: 'Why we skipped school to protest'
Young people explain why they walked out of schools across England to protest over climate change.

Preston North End 0-0 Nottingham Forest: Joe Lolley goal disallowed in scoreless draw
Nottingham Forest's Joe Lolley has a goal disallowed as Preston stretch their unbeaten run to seven games with a goalless draw.

Notts County 1-0 Mansfield Town
Notts County achieve back-to-back wins for the first time since October as Craig Mackail-Smith's goal beats Mansfield.

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Man jailed for assault on homeless men in tent in Hull
Jamie Nickell, pleaded guilty to assault after jumping on a tent containing two men on a Hull street.

Concerns over Lincolnshire Police child protection
Government inspectors say Lincolnshire Police "has more work to do" to protect vulnerable children.

Hare coursing falls 'due to new policy' in Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire Police has seized more than 120 dogs since introducing the new tactic in 2017.

RAF Tornado fighter jets to make final flypast
The fighter jets will fly three different routes across Britain for a series of farewell tours.

Market Rasen crash: Two killed and three others injured
Two cars collided with each other near a crossroad on the A46 in Market Rasen on Monday evening.

Boston former driving instructor banned for 10 years
Keith Warner was due to be retried on nine counts of sexual assault on women during driving lessons.

Lincolnshire couple sat on knife-wielding burglar
John Headington, 85, and his wife held a thief who had a butter knife as he tried to steal model trains.

Queer as folklore: A year of English customs
England is awash with curious customs dating back hundreds of years.

Reality Check
How many people seek asylum in the UK, where do they come from and what proportion are successful?

Lincoln City 2-2 Stevenage
Stevenage's Ilias Chair scores two late goals to deny League Two leaders Lincoln City victory at Sincil Bank.

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