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Nottinghamshire teenager prepares for House of Commons speech09 October 2014Nottinghamshire teenager Eddie Fenwick will deliver an emotive speech about World War One from the Despatch Box at the House of Commons in November. Eddie Fenwisk
Award success for Meals at Home service08 October 2014Our Meals at Home service is savouring the sweet taste of success after winning ‘Catering Team of the Year’ at a prestigious national awards ceremony. Meals at Home service award
Better Broadband for Nottinghamshire programme tops 10,000 premises03 October 2014More than 10,000 homes and businesses across Nottinghamshire now have access to faster broadband speeds as part of the Better Broadband for Nottinghamshire (BBfN) partnership. Broadband cabinet
Helping older people stay safe and independent01 October 2014An innovative scheme is helping older people stay safe at home.Older woman smiling
Counterfeit cigarettes shopkeeper receives four-month suspended sentence19 September 2014A Sutton-in-Ashfield shopkeeper who received a 100-hour community punishment order last November for possessing counterfeit cigarettes has been given a four-month suspended prison sentence at...Counterfeit cigarettes
We're flying the Saltire ahead of Scottish vote10 September 2014Flag raised over County Hall on 13 SeptemberCounty Hall by the River Trent
Get a look at the proposed new Worksop bus station08 September 2014See the plans and find out about apprenticeship opportunitiesWorksop Bus Station artist's impression
Council congratulates GCSE students21 August 2014Nottinghamshire County Council has congratulated young people in schools across the county who have received the results of their GCSE examinations today (Thursday, 21 August).GCSE students at Chilwell School
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
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