Four men from Cleethorpes have today been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the death of a woman from Worksop 10 years ago.Read the full story ›
Two men have been arrested over the death of a man shortly after he was dropped off outside a hospital in Worksop.
The 23-year-old was apparently fit and well when he was dropped off outside the maternity ward of Bassetlaw District General Hospital last Tuesday night.
He then suffered a fatal brain injury and collapsed outside the general entrance 45 minutes later.
Detectives, who are still trying to establish how he died, have arrested two men, aged 28 and 59, in connection with the incident.
We are continuing to investigate this death, which still very much remains unexplained.
“The family of this young man deserve to know what happened to their loved one.
“If you were on the hospital site, between the entrance to the maternity ward and the main Kilton Hill entrance that evening and recall seeing anything out of the ordinary, pick up the phone and call us.”
The British Olympic Association has today named Sam Walker, Worksop, as the third table tennis athlete to be selected to Team GB for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
The 21-year-old will compete in the team event alongside Paul Drinkhall and Liam Pitchford – after both were officially selected for the individual competition earlier this month.
Walker will be the youngest of the three table tennis athletes selected for Rio 2016 but has experience of competition at the top level.
It’s a dream come true. It’s been one of my dreams since I started playing to represent Team GB at the Olympic Games and to get it so early in my career is incredible. I’m looking forward to it.
The Worlds gave us confidence and belief – we did believe we could get those sort of results but doing it was a different story. It showed us and everyone else that Great Britain are a team to be feared and are ready to challenge for medals in big competitions.
A mother from Worksop is campaigning to have the age for a cervical screen lowered to 18.Read the full story ›
Sheffield's Danny Willet and Matthew Fitzpatrick and Worksop's Lee Westwood are to tee off in the first round of the prestigious Masters tournament in the USA today.
Westwood is the first to tee off with Tom Watson and Charley Hoffman at 2:15pm.
Matthew Fitzpatrick, who is taking part in his first Masters tournament as a professional, tees off at 4:38pm with Darren Clarke and Billy Horschel.
Danny Willett is part of one of the final groups to begin at 6:39pm along with Sergio Garcia and Ryan Moore.
Worksop's Lee Westwood wants the chance to captain Europe at the 2020 Ryder Cup after saying he has only a few years left as a player.Read the full story ›
One lane of the M1 is closed Northbound and there is heavy traffic due to a broken down lorry in the roadworks area near J30 A616 / A6135 (Worksop / Sheffield South).
Primary school children in Worksop are being taught special breathing techniques to help them feel calm.Read the full story ›
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.
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: