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World-renowned Royal Shakespeare Company to bring production of Merchant of Venice to Bonington in...

First Encounters with Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice is a new production specially created for 7-13 year-olds. It will come to The Bonington in November

Fire crews from Arnold and Carlton called out as car ends up in River...

A woman has now been taken to hospital after the incident which took place on Hoveringham Road, Hoveringham.

Students receive cash boost from Arnold firm for Duke Of Edinburgh expedition

Frank Key donated more than £2,000 to help students at a local school complete an expedition in Snowdonia.

‘How do they choose these towns?’: Gedling Labour councillors say Towns Fund list is...

Earlier this month, it was announced 100 towns would receive up to £25 million each, including five in Nottinghamshire, as part of the Towns Fund.

Wanted man charged with vehicle crime in Arnold

A wanted man was arrested for vehicle crime in Arnold by police officers on Friday (September 13). Michael Wilson, 44, of no fixed address, has...
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Two arrested on suspicion of firearm and drugs offences after police raid in Arnold

Officers were called to a property on Mapperley Plains yesterday as part of a pre-planned operation.

‘Immediate action’ needed to prevent future floods in Arnold

Gedling MP Vernon Coaker, Gedling Borough Council leader, John Clarke and deputy leader, Michael Payne want Nottinghamshire County Council to put flood prevention plans in place 'swiftly and without hesitation'.

Redhill Leisure Centre gym reopens after £74,000 facelift

The gym at Redhill Leisure Centre has benefited from a £74,000 upgrade to ensure it’s ‘fit for the future’. The substantial sum has been spent...

Council study should identify ways to protect properties in Arnold from future flood risk

The excessive rainfall back in June resulted in 24 homes and 20 businesses in Arnold suffering serious flooding.

Arnold opticians invests in hospital-quality technology for early detection of eye conditions

The OCT (optical coherence tomography) scan, which only takes a few seconds, allows an optician to look deeper into the eyes than ever before

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