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Ey Up Notts, Tuesday 29th September

he only show dedicated to Notts news current affairs and light-hearted chat. Richard Spurr guides...

Ey Up Notts, Monday 28th September

The only show dedicated to Notts news current affairs and light-hearted chat. Richard Spurr guides...

Ey Up Notts, Friday 25th September

The only show dedicated to Notts news current affairs and light-hearted chat. Owen Shipton guides...

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Watch: Local record label fighting against injustice with all profits from debut digital LP donated to charity

A local record label is helping to fight inequality in Notts by donating all profits made from its first digital release to Next Gen Movement.
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Former Nottingham Post editor joins Notts TV board

Notts TV has appointed the former editor of the Nottingham Post Mike Sassi to its board of directors. Mike was editor of The Post and its news website Nottinghamshire Live for six years and has edited regional daily newspapers and websites for two decades.
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Five missed chances to spot problems at troubled Robin Hood Energy

By Kit Sandeman, Local Democracy Reporter Significant opportunities to identify the financial problems at Robin Hood...

Backing local businesses

At Notts TV, we know times are tough – and we want to support you as your business comes to terms with their new normal.
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Pub of the month: The Ned Ludd

NottsNight is all about great places to drink for grown ups. They love a good pint of real ale, attentive service and no silly gimmicks. Here every month, you’ll find one of their hand-picked reviews.

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Should Rushcliffe be scrapped?

By Kit Sandeman, Local Democracy Reporter People living in Rushcliffe are set to be asked whether they want to see their local council scrapped, and potentially replaced with a much larger one covering all of Nottinghamshire. The Conservative-controlled borough council is...
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Former Nottingham Post editor joins Notts TV board

Notts TV has appointed the former editor of the Nottingham Post Mike Sassi to its board of directors. Mike was editor of The Post and its news website Nottinghamshire Live for six years and has edited regional daily newspapers and websites for two decades.

More News

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Backing local businesses

At Notts TV, we know times are tough – and we want to support you as your business comes to terms with their new normal.
Mansfield Town strikers Nicky Maynard and Danny Rosevideo

Feature: The deadly duo shining a light up front in dim campaign for Mansfield Town

'I think we link with each other very well' - one half of Mansfield Town's favoured strike partnership thinks they have a good understanding of each other's game up front.
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Feature: How Neal Bishop sets the standard as Mansfield Town’s most senior pro

Having turned 38-years-old in August, Mansfield Town's most senior first-team player admits himself he works harder than ever to keep himself in the shape he wants.
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Feature: Notts County’s half-term report – ‘6/10; for where we want to be, we’re not on target’

"Six." It takes Notts County manager Neal Ardley just three seconds to give his rating of the Magpies season so far out of ten.
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Watch: Nottingham’s first and only DJ Academy teaching people from all walks of life how to spin

Located in the grounds of the National Justice Museum on High Pavement, the FourFour DJ Academy started in September 2018 and was created to provide a space for people to learn how to DJ and make music.
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