Please find our top 15 latest news articles below.
The Council acknowledged the crucial role played by the members of Her Majesty’s Armed Forces and their integral role in the community with the signing of the Armed Forces Community Covenant.
The Council is urging residents to report fly tippers via its hotline after another incidence saw asbestos dumped on Red Lane in Carlton Forest.
BASSETLAW District Council has sent a message to illegal fly-tippers in Bassetlaw by cracking down on three offenders with court action and fines.
PEOPLE have always loved to shop and thanks to Bassetlaw Museum you can find out what the latest spring fashions were in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
In association with professional advisers Bassetlaw District Council Economic Development Department are pleased to announce dates for forthcoming presentations on the new pension rules that affect EVERY employer.
The Council has vowed to take action against anyone they find responsible for fly-tipping on ground near Rhodesia.
A SQUADRON of Retford Air Cadets have helped to launch this year’s Big Bassetlaw Spring Clean, which runs from 22 April to 5 May.
Bassetlaw District Council is running a responsible dog ownership campaign throughout the district, spray painting yellow anti-dog fouling messages in hotspot areas, starting with Langold Country Park, to make sure that dog owners ‘Pick up or Pay up’.
THE Olympic fever of the 2012 Games in London may have faded a little over the winter, but if you were inspired by the Gold and Bronze medal winning performances of the Brownlee brothers in the Triathlon, now is your chance to have a go.
Bassetlaw District Council has fined a Worksop resident after waste was fly-tipped in Clumber Park.
A dog owner has been served a £50 fixed penalty notice after failing to clean up after his dog on Blyth Road in Harworth.
The consultation period ended on 28th October 2012, the results of the consultation exercise are now available...
Changes have been made to discounts for empty properties from 1st April 2013. These effect short term and long term empty properties as well as uninhabitable properties and second homes.
The winners for the competition have been picked and the photographs can be seen in our Parks and Open Spaces page
The Council has welcomed the sentence handed down by Magistrates after the ex-owner of a Worksop town centre restaurant pleaded guilty to a string of offences that put the safety and health of diners at risk.
Last Updated - 25/07/2011