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Win family ticket for panto

Take a pinch of fairy-tale, add a splash of song and dance; stir in some comedy and garnish with magic.

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The best Black Friday deals 2017

The best Black Friday deals 2017

As Black Friday comes around tomorrow, here’s where can you find some of the best deals.

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Is it too soon to put the Christmas decorations up?

Is it too soon to put the Christmas decorations up?

Are you a Scrooge or a festive fanatic?

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Seven questions about this week you should know the answer to

Seven questions about this week you should know the answer to

I’m A Celebrity, The Queen and The Ashes all feature.

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Jail for banned driver who walked out of Mansfield court and drove off

Shocked Mansfield magistrates watched a man they had just banned from driving get into his car and drive away from the court house, minutes after the hearing.

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Coca Cola truck finally arrived in Gainsborough after getting stuck in a field

Coca Cola truck finally arrived in Gainsborough after getting stuck in a field

The famous Coca Cola Truck finally arrived in Gainsborough today (Thursday, November 23) after it got stuck in a field on its way there.

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Drunk Worksop wedding guest borrowed car and ended up on pal’s lawn

A Worksop wedding guest who left the reception in someone else’s car and ended up on a friend’s lawn had no memory of the drive, a court heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court

£295 court bill for £15 of cannabis in Mansfield

A Derby man who told police he was carrying £15 of cannabis in Mansfield has ended up with a £295 court bill.

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Mansfield boozer lay in the road outside police station

A Mansfield man who was drunk when he lay in the road outside a police station has given up boozing, a court heard.

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Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Ranby prisoner hid mobile phone behind his back

A Ranby prisoner who was caught with a mobile phone behind his back after calling family and friends to tell them he was all right faced being returned to jail, a court heard.

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The essential do’s and don’ts of Black Friday

The essential do’s and don’ts of Black Friday

Black Friday is tomorrow, and whether you’re excited or full of dread, here are some of the best ways to stay on top and get the best deals.

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Staff and parents rally round to raise £10,000 to save pre-school’s future

Staff and parents rally round to raise £10,000 to save pre-school’s future

Staff and parents of an Isle pre-school are rallying round to save it from imminent closure.

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Gainsborough Illuminate Lantern Parade 2017. Pictured are Jessica Ward, eight, Lucy Fall, eight, and Georgia Watkin, ten. Picture: Chris Etchells

IN PICTURES: Lanterns light the streets of Gainsborough for parade

Schoolchildren made a special journey from Gainsborough Old Hall around the town centre to mark the countdown of the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower.

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Mansfield Magistrates' Court

LATEST COURT RESULTS: Worksop and Retford

The following people from the Worksop and Retford areas have recently appeared before the courts.

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Isle of Axholme Lions' Santa sleigh

See Santa as he tours the Isle on his sleigh

In traditional fashion, Santa will be making his tour of the Isle over the coming weeks, with a little help from the Isle of Axholme Lions.

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More older adults than ever are now taking part in the scheme

County music scheme going from strength to strength

From a choir in a cottage to samba in a school hall, new music opportunities for older adults are appearing in all sorts of places across Lincolnshire, as part of soundLINCS’ New Tricks project.

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Rise and Shine

RISE AND SHINE: Weather, travel and fun features to kick-start your day

Good morning! Please keep refreshing this page for the latest travel news, today’s weather forecast and fun features to help ease you into your day.

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The Christmas craft fair is at Gainsborough Old Hall this weekend

Guest column: Thank the Victorians for Christmas as we know it

It’s that time of year again when for us at Gainsborough Old Hall the Christmas count down really begins.

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SCAM SPEEDING EMAILS: What to look for and how to protect yourself

SCAM SPEEDING EMAILS: What to look for and how to protect yourself

Motorists are being warned of scam emails claiming they have been caught speeding.

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Fundraiser for Worksop Hospice in Langold. 
Katra made up of from left, Maureen Hunter, Denise and Roger Marsden and Ian Hunter, pictured at the Langold Village Hall on Saturay where they put on a Abba tribute day in aid of the Bassetlaw Hospice.

Abba themed fundraiser for Bassetlaw Hospice

A group of friends who came together to form their own singing group held a fundraiser to raise funds for Bassetlaw Hospice.

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