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This stunning property is in Normanton on the Wolds and also boasts a tennis court, sauna, steam room, seven bedrooms and en-suites.
I'm reclining on a sun lounger on the deck of the Marella cruise ship Explorer 2 under a blazing Mediterranean sun, the obligatory piña colada in hand - well, it would be rude not to - when the giant TV screen splutters into life.
Coming up with the perfect name for your bundle of joy can be tricky business, particularly when there’s so much choice.
A manifesto calling for "dignity and security" for pensioners as a priority in next month's general election has been backed by a Mansfield pension lobbyist.
A Mansfield man whose stammer stopped him from reading the eulogy at his father's funeral has urged others in his situation to try a "life-changing" speech therapy course.
The Labour Party brought its battle bus to Mansfield in a bid to oust Conservative candidate Ben Bradley, with campaigners and the party chairman laying out some election pledges.
A generous family firm from Huthwaite has donated parts of its annual profits to support homeless people living on Nottingham’s streets.
Outdoor summer music concerts are to return to Sherwood Forest next year - and the first act has now been announced.
Thousands of families flocked to Mansfield town centre on Sunday to witness the annual festive spectacular - the switching on of Mansfield's Christmas lights.
Two women have been questioned over allegations of illegal money lending and money laundering in Mansfield.
The Prime Minister has made a "categorical" pledge to Mansfield and Ashfield's former miners that they will soon receive their "fair share" of the Mineworkers' Pension Scheme.
Mansfield has a multitude of restaurants - some of which also offer takeaways for those who wish to eat tasty treats in the comfort of their own home.
Bankers, bakers, schools and opticians in Mansfield and Ashfield have been getting in the Children in Need spirit.
"Stampedes" of shoppers expected as new Worksop store, which will sell a "huge range" of Disney’s Frozen II merchandise for £1 and under, is set to open tomorrow.
Rail travel is the most used mode of transport for many, but making use of the service can be a costly visit - not only because of ticket fares.
While many couples choose to dress alike, pet owners can now get in on the action and co-ordinate their knitwear with their pooch this winter.
Four neighbours in Sutton are all smiles today after striking it lucky on the People's Postcode Lottery.
It may be approaching the busiest shopping season of the year with Christmas just weeks away, but shoppers are becoming less reliant on the high street to find what they’re looking for.
Gates have been installed to close the road in Sutton Lawn to through traffic.