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Going live – fibre broadband programme puts world in motion for thousands 12 June 2014More than 500 homes and businesses in Collingham, near Newark, have become the first to benefit from the £20m Better Broadband for Nottinghamshire (BBfN) programme. Better Broadband for Notts launch in Collingham
Adult abuse - see it, report it11 June 2014Help us to prevent abuse and keep older people safe.Woman making notes on a resident in a care home
'Legal highs' seized from Broxtowe shop10 June 2014Around 180 packs of new psychoactive substances have been seized by our Trading Standards team in a raid of a Broxtowe shop. 
Final opportunity to vote for young stars09 June 2014You only have until Friday 13 June 2014 to nominate a special young person to be recognised as part of the annual 4Uth awards. 4uth award winner 2013 Sarah Miles
Gedling extra care transformation gets underway02 June 2014Work has started in Mapperley today to transforn an existing block of bedist apartments to offer extra care housing for local older people.  
First time buyers get better deal through local mortgage scheme30 May 2014First time buyers in Nottinghamshire can get a better deal on a Council-backed mortgage scheme than they would on the Government's help to buy scheme.Money
“Just knowing someone’s at the end of a phone is a great comfort” - foster carers share their story20 May 2014Nottinghamshire couple Suzanne and Jeff Sale have been foster carers for little over a year and can’t praise the support they’ve received from the County Council enough. Foster carers Suzanne and Jeff Sale
Online chat presents chance to quiz a foster carer20 May 2014Notts foster carer Hayley Peck will be ready to take any questions would-be foster carers want to ask her when she takes part in the County Council’s Twitter chat on Thursday 22 May 2014.Dawn - fostering video still
Innovative text service proving vital lifeline for vulnerable Notts residents19 May 2014A trial using a NHS text messaging service to remind people with Asperger’s about daily tasks has been extended to other vulnerable groups by Nottinghamshire County CouncilSamuel Hardwick using text service
Showing our colours in the fight against homophobia16 May 2014The County Council will be joining a worldwide campaign against homophobia this weekend.With the rainbow flag from left to right: Councillor Pauline Allan, Chairman of Nottinghamshire County Council; Chairman's Escort, Councillor Roy Allan; Karen Moss, Equality Officer; Claire Brown, Chair of LGBT Staff Network.
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