Keyworth: Around 100 litres of heating fuel has been stolen from a tank.
Thieves targeted the tank, in Far Street, Bradmore, near Keyworth, between January 30 and February 22.
Police are seeking information from anyone with any knowledge of this offence.
Contact Notts Police on 101, quoting incident number 574-24022013, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
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Radford: A man caught begging in Nottingham city centre has been conditionally discharged for six months.
Thomas Currie, 50, of Sunbourne Court, pleaded guilty to begging when he appeared at Nottingham Magistrates' Court.
The offence happened in Goldsmith Street on February 9.
He will be subject to the conditional discharge and must pay a victim surcharge of £15.
Bramcote: A bus service from Bramcote to Derby and back has two new stops.
The Citylink service, operated by Yourbus, now calls at the Nurseryman and at Bramcote Leisure Centre.
It launched on Monday, February 18, following requests from residents.
Councillor Stan Heptinstall, cabinet member for environment at Broxtowe Borough Council, was also a driving force behind the service.
City: A fine art gallery is to move to a new premises in the same shopping centre.
Castle Galleries will open a bigger base for its fine arts studio in The Exchange next month.
An exact opening date hasn't been given.
Centre manager Neil Fincham said: "This is a significant move for Castle Galleries, as it not only involves relocating to a bigger store but also expanding the gallery's offer under the Castle Fine Art brand."
Kimberley: Find out more about public services on Wednesday, March 6. Broxtowe Borough Council is encouraging residents to end the parish hall in Newdigate Street at 2pm-3pm.
Representatives will be on hand from Broxtowe Borough Council, Notts Fire and Rescue, Notts Police, the National Health Service and other agencies.