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Archive for February 2017

Man admits falsely imprisoning woman

A man has been told “custody is inevitable” after pleading guilty to false imprisonment, affray and theft. David Bush, 29, of Dakeyne Street, Snienton, admitted the false imprisonment of a woman on August 18. He also pleaded guilty to committing offences of affray and theft on August 22. Judge John Burgess, who heard the pleas…

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Are Brewhouse & Kitchen taking over the Riverbank?

Rumours are rife that national chain Brewhouse & Kitchen is taking over the Riverbank on Trent Bridge, after its sudden closure last month. So, if the word on the street is correct here’s a sneaky peak at what the future might hold for the former independently-run venue on the banks of the River Trent. Last…

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Ilkeston’s new railway station

This is how the railway station at Ilkeston is shaping up ahead of its official opening in seven weeks’ time. When it opens, Ilkeston will cast off the tag of one of the largest towns in Britain on a passenger rail line without a station. The new facility is on the site of the former…

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Padlock Bridge this Valentines Day

Never mind chocolates and roses this Valentine’s Day – in the 21st century the most fashionable token of enduring love is a padlock. You engrave your names on the lock, attach it to a bridge and hurl the key into the watery depths. These symbols of eternal devotion have been found on some of the…

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