Wildlife Trusts published a report, Planning A New Way Forward, which called for a planning system that enshrines people’s access to nature in law.
New anti-money laundering regulations mean all UK express trusts need to be registered with HMRC unless the trust falls into certain categories.
Spring has sprung and it is once again time for us to take part in No Mow May, writes chairman of leisure and environment at the district council.
It is important that as a separated parent you know your rights when taking your child abroad for a holiday.
In his latest column Andrew Fearn, consultant at Lincoln-based Knights PLC, looks at the thorny issue of rights of succession.
Family disputes over inheritance have been on the rise for a number of years, writes Lesley Purveur, of Larken & Co.
The blossom on the trees in Sconce and Devon Park has been absolutely magnificent this year.
For the past 60 years we’ve worked to protect and enhance some of our most important places for nature and formed a knowledge of wildlife and places.
If visiting nature reserves, it pays to keep your dog on a short lead to prevent disturbing or even destroying wildlife.
Close the loops and create time for yourself
If you are going through a divorce or separation, things often get stressful, especially when children are involve.
Despite the spin from the Putin regime, the Russian war efforts are not going to plan, says Sherwood MP Mark Spencer.
Andrew Fearn, consultant at Lincoln-based Knights PLC, considers a recent High Court case over the creation of new access.
Southwell City squandered a two-goal lead on Tuesday evening as they missed out on a chance to reach the NSL Senior Cup final.
In her latest column Lesley Purveur, of Larken & Co, looks at the various new laws that have come into place or are due to take effect this year.
In her latest column, Gillie Wilkinson gives an update on her spring planting in her Newark garden.
The UK should do more to support Ukraine, says MP Robert Jenrick as he praises constituents for opening their home to refugees.
I’m sure I’m not alone in wanting to see the back of winter and I’m definitely more aware than ever of my keenness to spot any signs of spring.
Against a background of inflation and rising energy bills, the Chancellor delivered his Spring Statement, writes Simon Shaw of Duncan & Toplis.
The noticeably longer days we enjoy through March and April give the welcome sun a greater chance to work its magic over the waking landscape.