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Plans to build a new £12 million higher education centre in Rotherham will move a step closer today with the merger of two big colleges.
North Nottinghamshire College, which is the third biggest employer in Worksop, is joining forces with Rotherham College of Arts and Technology. The move will bring together almost 25,000 students.
Both campuses will remain in place but there will be new courses for students and employers added to the existing provision of both institutions.
A prison near Retford has one of the highest rates of suicide among inmates in the country.
Six people died in custody at HMP Ranby in 2015, four of them took their own life.
Over the past three years there have been thirteen deaths in the prison, eight of which were self-inflicted.
The father of Neil Entwistle, the IT consultant serving life in a United States jail for murdering his wife and their nine month old daughter, has given his first ever television interview and told Calendar that he will never give up on his son.
It is 10 years this week since the killings took place in Boston in America and Cliff Entwistle, a local councillor in Worksop, has chosen the anniversary to speak out for the first time, maintaining his son's innocence and claiming he did not get a fair trial:
Around 25 teachers are due to go on strike today and tomorrow over proposed job losses and alleged financial problems at The Newark Academy.
Unions held the first of six proposed days of strike action last week.
The Lincoln College Academy Trust says that job losses are being made due to 'staff over-provision'.
One lane is blocked and there queueing traffic due to a broken down vehicle on M1 Northbound between J27 at Hucknall/Underwood and J28 at Alfreton / Mansfield.
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Nottinghamshire Police have confirmed that a police vehicle was involved in a collision with a pedestrian on Tuesday evening.
The crash happened shortly after 4.30pm on Memorial Way in Worksop.
The female pedestrian sustained serious injuries and was taken to hospital in Sheffield.
The circumstances of the collision are being investigated and the matter has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
One lane is closed and there is queueing traffic on the A1 Northbound between A57 (Markham Moor) and B6387 (Elkesley) due to accident and recovery work.