COURT RESULTS: Cases from Boston Magistrates' Court

22 days ago
COURT RESULTS: Cases from Boston Magistrates' Court. Here’s our latest register of cases to be heard by Boston Magistrates’ Court... -> Read more at Boston Standard

COURT RESULTS: Register of Cases at Boston Magistrates' Court

15 days ago
COURT RESULTS: Register of cases at Boston Magistrates' Court. Here’s our latest register of cases heard at Boston Magistrates’ Court... -> Read more at Boston Standard

COURT RESULTS: Our Latest Register of Boston Magistrates' Court Cases

36 days ago
COURT RESULTS: Our latest register of Boston Magistrates' Court cases. Here’s our latest rundown of cases before Boston Magistrates’ Court... -> Read more at Boston Standard

COURT RESULTS: Register of Boston Cases

1 day ago
COURT RESULTS: Register of Boston cases. Here’s our latest weekly round-up of cases from Boston Magistrates’ Court... -> Read more at Boston Standard

Vintage Hucknall Dispatch in Your Memories

34 days ago
Vintage Hucknall Dispatch in Your Memories. Here’s a great picture from the Hucknall Looking Back book by Harry Smith. It’s one that is particulalry of interest to the Dispatch as it was taken when Henry Morley, founder of the Dispatch, celebrated his 90th birthday. His son, Harry Morley, is pictured to Henry’s immediate left. And of course, our very own Denis Robinson is in the picture, second from left. The Dispatch was founded in 1903.
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Dispatch Photo of the Week

46 days ago
Dispatch photo of the week. This impressive image was sent in to us by Dispatch reader , Albert Pearson... -> Read more at Hucknall Dispatch

COURT RESULTS: Our Latest Register of Cases at Boston Magistrates' Court

29 days ago
COURT RESULTS: Our latest register of cases at Boston Magistrates' Court. Here’s our latest register of cases to come to Boston Magistrates’ Court... -> Read more at Boston Standard

VIDEO:GCSE Exam Success Across the Dispatch District

41 days ago
VIDEO:GCSE exam success across the Dispatch district. The waiting is finally over for students across the Dispatch district as the much anticipated GCSE exam results were announced this week... -> Watch at Hucknall Dispatch

GCSE Exam Success Across the Dispatch District

41 days ago
GCSE exam success across the Dispatch district. The waiting is finally over for students across the Dispatch district as the much anticipated GCSE exam results were announced this week... -> Read more at Hucknall Dispatch

Hucknall Dispatch Headlines for 4th September 1964

30 days ago
Hucknall Dispatch headlines for 4th September 1964. HEADLINERS -- a Bestwood Park Estate woman whose husband is charged with attempting to MURDER her is led struggling and shouting from Nottingham Magistrates’ Court... -> Read more at Hucknall Dispatch

Police Clampdown After Cycle Thefts

56 days ago
Police clampdown after cycle thefts. Police are hunting bike thieves behind more than 150 thefts in the city in the past month. Cyclists are being urged to take simple security measures after 153 thefts were reported, including 69 in the city centre, in the four weeks up to August 1. Police, who have arrested and, in some cases, charged a number of suspects in recent weeks, say the total is above average for the city. Officers are planning a city-wide awareness campaign to run alongside an operation to track down thieves. Extra... -> Read more at Leicester Mercury

Police Launch Clampdown After 150 Cycles are Stolen in

56 days ago
Police launch clampdown after 150 cycles are stolen in. Police are hunting bike thieves behind more than 150 thefts in the city in the past month. Cyclists are being urged to take simple security measures after 153 thefts were reported, including 69 in the city centre, in the four weeks up to August 1.Police, who have arrested and, in some cases, charged a number of suspects in recent weeks, say the total is above average for the city. Officers are planning a city-wide awareness campaign to run alongside an operation to track down thieves. Extra... -> Read more at Leicester Mercury

Duo Charged with GBH over Alleged Baseball Bat Incident

16 days ago
Duo charged with GBH over alleged baseball bat incident. TWO people accused of grievous bodily harm and assault after a serious incident, allegedly involving the use of a baseball bat, had the cases against them heard by a court. Darren Doherty, 34, and Natalie Marshall, 26, both of Hereward Place, Scunthorpe, are jointly charged with causing grievous bodily harm to Terence Ricketts with intent and assaulting Lynn Allen, causing actual bodily harm, on September 1.Doherty is also accused of possessing a baseball bat as an offensive weapon. The cases were... -> Read more at Scunthorpe Telegraph

£11k Paid out by Council After Losing Appeals

57 days ago
£11k paid out by council after losing appeals. COSTS claimed against North Lincolnshire Council by applicants who had planning appeals upheld increased ten-fold last year. The bill for the taxpayers in 2013-14 was £11,250 compared to £1,100 the previous year. Under the Freedom of Information Act the Scunthorpe Telegraph was told last year 84 planning applications were turned down. Of those cases, there were 32 appeals. So far only five have been upheld and 11 have been dismissed. Two more cases resulted in split cases and 11... -> Read more at Scunthorpe Telegraph

Solictor Alwyn in the Headlines?

49 days ago
Solictor Alwyn in the headlines? A NOTTINGHAM solicitor who regularly deals with high-profile court cases could make headlines of his own in the autumn. Alwyn Jones, a director of Cartwright King, has been shortlisted for a top award by the Law Society, the regulatory body for solicitors. He will find out in October if he has won the Solicitor Advocate of the Year category in the Society's Excellence Awards. Mr Jones deals exclusively with serious offences and regularly appears at Crown Courts, the Old Bailey and the Court of... -> Read more at Nottingham Post

Two 12-year-old Boys Accused of Sex Offences

19 days ago
Two 12-year-old boys accused of sex offences. TWO 12-year-old boys have appeared before Grimsby Youth Court accused of sexual offences against other children. In one case, a Grimsby boy faces two counts of sexually touching his younger sister. No pleas were entered. In the other, separate case, heard on the same day in the same court, a Cleethorpes boy denied one count of sexually touching a nine-year-old boy and one of engaging in sexual activity with a nine-year-old boy. Both cases have been adjourned to later dates.. -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

Court Adjourns Sheep Cases

40 days ago
Court adjourns sheep cases. A man has been accused of 44 offences involving sheep at Surfleet Marsh, including causing unnecessary suffering through failure to provide appropriate care and attention and failure to properly dispose of dead sheep. -> Read more at Spalding Guardian

Newark Men Charged with Causing Death by Dangerous Driving to Appear at Crown Court

9 days ago
Newark men charged with causing death by dangerous driving to appear at crown court. Two men have appeared in court charged with causing death by dangerous driving. George Allen, 19, of Cludd Avenue, Newark, is accused of causing the death of 25-year-old Mr Craig Cooke on Beacon Hill Road, Newark, on Monday, December 23, by driving a Ford Fiesta dangerously. Callum Leach, 20, of Beacon Hill Road, Newark, faces the same charge while driving a Vauxhall Corsa dangerously. He is also accused of causing serious injury to Kayleigh Hardy by driving dangerously. Both men had their cases committed to crown court for trial by Nottingham magistrates. Their first appearance at the crown court is to be on October 1. Mr Cooke, of Whitley Bay, Newcastle, was fatally injured when his Citroen ... -> Read more at Newark Advertiser

David Walliams and Catherine Tate Back in the Classroom for New

39 days ago
David Walliams and Catherine Tate back in the classroom for new. THERE's a hint of a nip in the air, supermarket shelves are heaving beneath the weight of logoed pencil cases, and there's a collective sigh of relief from frazzled parents who've spent the last few weeks attempting to keep the kids entertained. It can only mean one thing: the beginning of the new school year – and with it, the return of David Walliams' aptly-timed comedy, Big School. "It's great to be doing the series again, particularly getting everyone back together, as it is such a... -> Read more at Nottingham Post

Former Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest Striker Four Weeks from

6 days ago
Former Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest striker four weeks from. JON-PAUL Pittman is at least four weeks from a return to Grimsby Town's side. That's according to Mariners boss Paul Hurst, who gave an update on the striker's hamstring tear today. "There's damage there – grade two in medical terms, " said the manager. "It could have been worse and could have been better, but it's pretty much what we first thought from the early diagnosis. "JP is certainly going to be another 3-4 weeks away. It will be another three weeks before he can join in training –... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

Big School: David Walliams and Catherine Tate Back in the

39 days ago
Big School: David Walliams and Catherine Tate back in the. THERE's a hint of a nip in the air, supermarket shelves are heaving beneath the weight of logoed pencil cases, and there's a collective sigh of relief from frazzled parents who've spent the last few weeks attempting to keep the kids entertained. It can only mean one thing: the beginning of the new school year – and with it, the return of David Walliams' aptly-timed comedy, Big School. "It's great to be doing the series again, particularly getting everyone back together, as it is such a... -> Read more at Nottingham Post

Should Suspect Sex Offenders Get Anonymity? Nottingham Post

16 days ago
Should suspect sex offenders get anonymity? Nottingham Post. AS police continue to investigate an allegation that Sir Cliff Richard sexually assaulted a boy in 1985, Sir Cliff has said the claim is "completely false. " Many people wrongly accused of serious sex offences say that the experience has devastated the rest of their lives; but the question of anonymity for suspects in sex abuse or rape cases is one that divides opinion. When in 1988 the Thatcher government removed the right to anonymity for defendants in rape cases that had existed for the... -> Read more at Nottingham Post

Backtracking: The Hucknall Dispatch Headlines from 21st Aug 1964

41 days ago
Backtracking: The Hucknall Dispatch headlines from 21st Aug 1964. HEADLINERS -- about 30% of Bulwell’s HOUSING will be replaced within the next 10 years under a new plan which comes before Nottingham City Council... -> Read more at Hucknall Dispatch

New Contract at Trent Bridge for Fletcher

53 days ago
New contract at Trent Bridge for Fletcher. A county cricketer who learned his trade in the Dispatch district has signed a new contract with Notts CCC... -> Read more at Hucknall Dispatch

Special Spectacles Save Police Job

47 days ago
Special spectacles save police job. Dispatch Officer Claire Curtis, 49, feared she would lose her high-pressure position after a rare eye condition made it almost impossible for her to continue -> Read more at Hinckley Times