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Proposals approved to increase Council Tax by 1.9% for the 2017/18 financial year.
Around 3,500 people have already started receiving their garden waste thanks to the Council's new district wide collection.
Bassetlaw raising the flag to celebrate Commonwealth Day on Monday 13th March 2017.
Planning permission granted for special logistics developer DB Symmetry to develop a £60 million industrial scheme at Symmetry Park in Blyth.
Residents eligible for Council Tax Reduction will have to make slightly bigger contribution.
Information and advice session for dog owners on how to become a responsible dog owner, plus free health check, nail clipping & microchipping.
New play area for the children of Kilton opened by former St Augustine's pupil and Sheffield Wednesday defender, Liam Palmer.
Costume designer and pantomime dame, Dan Baker wins £5,000 investment for his business in first ever Bassetlaw 'Dragons' Den' event.
Around 250 trees planted on Gateford estate to create new copse.
Well known fly-tipping spot near Carlton Forest cleared of large amount of rubbish is dumped.
A new state of the art gym will soon be unveiled at Bircotes Leisure Centre.
Voters, not already registered to vote, encouraged to do so before the deadline of Thursday 13 April
New performance pad starting to take shape in Retford Kings' Park.
Worksop Junior Council Launch New Anti - Bullying Campaign
Credit card payment surcharges.
A section of the Tour of Britain will pass through Bassetlaw in September.
Clarification regarding Planning Application 16/00854/RES considered at Planning Committee Wednesday 26th April 2017.
Following the success of the Short Story Competition last year we are pleased to announce that it is once again open of entries.
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