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Report on Hucknall flooding likely to be extended12 February 2014An in-depth study into last summer's flooding in Hucknall is likely to take longer than first anticipated.Flooded village
Local talent prepares for Showcase 2014 – complete with new musical instrument!10 February 2014Some of the finest young talent have really tested the creative boundaries ahead of County Youth Arts Showcase 2014 .County Youth Arts Showcase 2014
County Council’s support for Team GB at Winter Olympics07 February 2014The County Council has added its best wishes to local athletes who are to take part in The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.Councillor John Allin, Chairman of the County Council and Elise Christie
Form checking websites may not be all they seem06 February 2014Nottinghamshire residents are being warned about independent companies offering an online application form checking service, following a rise in local complaints about misleading websites. Rebecca Hardiman
Laughing out loud at libraries06 February 2014Half term is on the horizon and there is an exciting series of children's activities at Nottinghamshire libraries to provide much rib tickling fun!  
Supporting LGBT pupils and staff05 February 2014Conference to look at how schools can best support Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender pupils and staff.LGBT month 2014 logo
2013 in numbers across Nottinghamshire23 January 2014We've taken a look back at the year 2013 in numbers and compiled a Top Twelve of statistics.  
Budget petition deadline approaching fast14 January 2014All petitions must be received by 17 January. 
County libraries reveal top ten self-help books to boost wellbeing13 January 2014New year, new you? County libraries are the place to access a wide range of self-help books to improve your health and wellbeing. Woman reading book sitting on grass
Part-worn tyre warning for Notts residents07 January 2014Nottinghamshire motorists considering buying part-worn tyres are being encouraged to check they have plenty of remaining tread left.Cars driving on a road
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