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Saturday 10 June 2023 Dublin: 19°C

# Nottingham

This year
# charity boxing
Man dies after being seriously injured in charity white collar boxing match in England
The man was taking part in the Ultra White Collar Boxing event in Nottingham last Saturday.
Last year
# Nottingham
Murder probe launched after Nottingham flat fire leaves two children dead
A joint police and fire service investigation has concluded that the fire was started deliberately.
All time
# Nottingham
Pair arrested on suspicion of conspiring to administer poison in UK drink spiking inquiry
The men, aged 18 and 19, are being questioned by detectives after a spate of incidents in Nottingham.
# Exiles
Galway man Heffernan signs with Northampton Saints
The tighthead will soon be playing Premiership rugby.
# Irish Abroad
'As much as it came to an abrupt end, it was a bit of a blessing in disguise'
Ex-Munster fullback Sean Scanlon has retired from professional rugby after seven seasons in the Championship.
# Costello Calling
Ex-Munster assistant coach to move from Nottingham and take up new role next season with Wasps
Ian Costello will leave Nottingham at the end of this season.
# action hunger
A UK charity is providing vending machines for the homeless
The first machine will be installed in Nottingham.
# Nottingham
'Malicious': Doctor who wounded patients with unnecessary surgery gets 15-year sentence
Ian Paterson convinced patients that they needed procedures such as double mastectomies.
# Nottingham
'There could be thousands': Surgeon who carried out 'unnecessary double mastectomies' convicted
The prosecutor said Ian Paterson knew the operations were unnecessary.
# Nottingham
UK police warn mother wanted for abduction 'may pose risk' to her sons
Samantha Baldwin and the two boys went missing on Monday after the boys were declared wards of the court.
# Found
An English family missing since last week have been found in Ireland
Rosemarie Senior and her two children had been last seen on Fiday but were yesterday located safe and well in Ireland.
# scammed
Man pays €540 on eBay for a photo of an XBox One
That’s one expensive photo.
# warning
Parents warned not to let children swallow magnets
Two recent cases in the UK have led to a letter of warning being published in the medical journal The Lancet.
# Boxing
Froch defeats Bute to take IBF crown
The win brought Froch’s career record to 29 wins against two defeats.
# Dog's Life
Man banned from owning dogs after his puppy got drunk
Matthew Cox’s six-month-old Labrador puppy was seen staggering and falling near his home, a court heard.
# Riots
Violence and arrests as UK riots continue overnight
A video has emerged of what appears to be a young man setting fire to clothing in a Miss Selfridge store in Manchester.
Stephen Fry "prepared to go to prison" over Twitter joke trial
Fry made the comments at a benefit gig for Paul Chambers, the man convicted for sending a menacing communication via Twitter in which he jokingly threatened to blow an airport up.
# Undercover
UK trial collapses after undercover officer switched sides
Undercover policeman believed to have become ‘agent provocateur’ after infiltrating green activist group who planned to occupy and shut down a coal-fired power plant.
# Twitter Joke Trial
'Twitter joke trial' convict to appeal to High Court
Paul Chambers has opted to appeal his conviction for “menace”, after joking about bombing an English airport on Twitter.
# iamspartacus
"I Am Spartacus" meme surfaces to protest Twitter 'Joke' ruling
Paul Chambers’ fine for a tweet saying he wanted to blow up an airport irks the Twitterati – who reprint the same message.