Environmental Health Officers from Bassetlaw District Council have seized another vehicle that is suspected of being used to fly-tip waste in the district.
Almost 700 people in Bassetlaw have been issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice after they were caught deliberately dropping litter, cigarette waste or dog fouling.
A brand new weekly market will be launched in Harworth and Bircotes this month offering a range of fresh produce and products not currently available on its High Street.
Officers arrested a man on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs in an attempt of 'cuckooing'. The arrested man, from outside the area, was also wanted in connection to a burglary in another county.
Visitors to Bassetlaw Museum can now view a range of artwork belonging to creative individuals and groups from across the District as part of the Journeys Exhibition.
Bassetlaw District Council has helped more than 2,300 businesses in the district by administering and paying out more than £26 million of Government funding as part of grant schemes designed to help businesses through the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Residents who are behind with their Council Tax payments or those who are struggling to pay their bills are being asked to get in touch with Bassetlaw District Council to discuss their circumstances.