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Nottinghamshire construction company builds momentum as it sets superfast broadband milestone18 August 2014Local firm Gusto Construction has found that slow broadband speeds are a thing of the past after becoming Better Broadband for Nottinghamshire's first superfast broadband customer.Steff Wright chats to architect Ricky Maynard (seated) about their latest project. Large files can easily be sent to clients using their new high speed broadband connection.
County Council congratulates A level students14 August 2014Councillor John Peck,committee chairman for children and young people’s services, has congratulated young people in schools across the county who have been receiving their A level and other...A-Level students at manor Academy get results
Antique African bracelet found on Linby Farm12 August 2014An antique bronze bracelet that is suspected to have originated from Africa has been found on Linby farmland owned by the County Council.African Bracelet
Vandals strike at speed awareness campaign11 August 2014The County Council's road safety campaign, aimed at reducing speeds on key rural routes, was sabotaged before it had even been launched. 
World War 1 peace parade painting on display at Hucknall LIbrary06 August 2014A painting has been presented to Hucknall Library which depicts the World War One Peace Parade in the town. Hucknall peace parade painting
Summer floods23 July 2014One year on and the work continuesSouthwell flooding ready bags
Legal high seizure from Mansfield shop 18 July 2014Around 360 packs of untested drugs – commonly known as 'legal highs' – have been seized by the County Council in a raid of a Mansfield shop. Legal highs
Helen Mort prepares for Southwell Library Poetry Festival 14 July 2014Poet Helen Mort has given some advice to aspiring writers ahead of this year’s Southwell Library Poetry Festival. Grand aid
School travel scheme gears up to give many pupils with special needs more independence14 July 2014The County Council has started rolling out a new scheme across Nottinghamshire schools which will help many pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) make their own way from home...Travel awards
Tackling bullying – celebrating differences09 July 2014We’ve been highlighted as one of the best local authorities for tackling anti-gay bullying and celebrating difference in schools.Sarah Lee and Lorna Naylor from Nottinghamshire County Council accepting the Most Improved Local Authority award in the Stonewall Education Equality Index 2014 from Stonewall Acting Chief Executive Ruth Hunt.
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