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Major investment in flood management welcomed by trust

03 March 2024
Major investment in flood management welcomed by trust

Major investment in flood management welcomed by trust

03 March 2024

In his latest column, Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, writes about the work being done to tackle flooding.


Add your voice for nature ahead of the general election

25 February 2024
Add your voice for nature ahead of the general election

Add your voice for nature ahead of the general election

25 February 2024

In his latest column, Erin McDaid of the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust considers the trust’s priorities for the next UK government.

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Divorcing fairly – sorting out money and property

20 February 2024
Divorcing fairly – sorting out money and property

Divorcing fairly – sorting out money and property

20 February 2024

A solicitor talks through the many elements to be considered when divorcing rather than just obtaining the final divorce order.


Supporting our high streets

19 February 2024
Supporting our high streets

Supporting our high streets

19 February 2024

Across the district, we’re lucky to have so many unique and amazing independent stores that make our towns a great place to visit and shop.

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More must be done to stop bee-killing pesticides

11 February 2024
More must be done to stop bee-killing pesticides

More must be done to stop bee-killing pesticides

11 February 2024

In his latest column Erin McDaid, of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, considers the government’s approval of use of bee-killing pesticides.


Reaching an agreement to end employment disputes

07 February 2024
Reaching an agreement to end employment disputes

Reaching an agreement to end employment disputes

07 February 2024

Employment relationships don’t always work out and can end for many reasons, writes Lesley Purveur, of Larken and Co, Newark.


Aiming to give pupils with special educational needs the education they deserve

06 February 2024
Aiming to give pupils with special educational needs the education they deserve

Aiming to give pupils with special educational needs the education they deserve

06 February 2024

Special Educational Needs (SEN) provision is a topic of vital importance to our community, writes Newark MP Robert Jenrick.

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A privileged opportunity to observe persecuted birds

03 February 2024
A privileged opportunity to observe persecuted birds

A privileged opportunity to observe persecuted birds

03 February 2024

In his latest column, Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildife Trust considers the ongoing persecution of peregrine falcons.

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Business resolutions can make for prosperous year

30 January 2024
Business resolutions can make for prosperous year

Business resolutions can make for prosperous year

30 January 2024

The start of a New Year is often a time when we make resolutions for the year ahead, writes Simon Shaw of Duncan & Toplis.


Confident of a balanced budget in challenging time

29 January 2024
Confident of a balanced budget in challenging time

Confident of a balanced budget in challenging time

29 January 2024

In his latest column, Nottinghamshire County Council’s cabinet member for finance considers the upcoming budget.


Gamble gearing up for Daytona 24-hour challenge

27 January 2024
Gamble gearing up for Daytona 24-hour challenge

Gamble gearing up for Daytona 24-hour challenge

27 January 2024

McLaren factory racing driver Tom Gamble is gearing up for his second attempt at America’s biggest sportscar race this weekend.


Walkers retain their pairs title

25 January 2024
Walkers retain their pairs title

Walkers retain their pairs title

25 January 2024

The ladies’ champions in the Newark and District Double Board Darts League’s’ pairs competition recovered from losing the first leg of the tournament.


It’s time for action to look at the issue of flooding

24 January 2024
It’s time for action to look at the issue of flooding

It’s time for action to look at the issue of flooding

24 January 2024

Storm Henk has brought more chaos to our district, writes Paul Peacock, leader of Newark and Sherwood District Council.


Powers of attorney and the risks of the alternative

23 January 2024
Powers of attorney and the risks of the alternative

Powers of attorney and the risks of the alternative

23 January 2024

Georgia Mills, of Tallents Solicitors, writes about the benefits of a having a lasting power of attorney.


Gaps in wildlife protection must be urgently plugged

21 January 2024
Gaps in wildlife protection must be urgently plugged

Gaps in wildlife protection must be urgently plugged

21 January 2024

Sadly, and rather shockingly, the UK is one of the world’s most nature-depleted countries, writes Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.


Balancing need for Net Zero with protecting landscape

10 January 2024
Balancing need for Net Zero with protecting landscape

Balancing need for Net Zero with protecting landscape

10 January 2024

In his latest column Newark MP, Robert Jenrick, writes about the impact net zero initiatives could have on the landscape.

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A positive outcome for climate from the COP 28 meeting

30 December 2023
A positive outcome for climate from the COP 28 meeting

A positive outcome for climate from the COP 28 meeting

30 December 2023

Much of the news about the recent COP 28 was pretty negative without much of a sense of hope, writes Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.

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An exciting new time for town

29 December 2023
An exciting new time for town

An exciting new time for town

29 December 2023

Lee Brazier, portfolio holder for housing and Ollerton ward member, reflects on exciting regeneration for the town.


Go wild for the 12 days of Christmas this season

24 December 2023
Go wild for the 12 days of Christmas this season

Go wild for the 12 days of Christmas this season

24 December 2023

Let’s create a new tradition around nature for the 12 Days of Christmas, writes Erin McDaid, of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.


Advice on when you should have Pre-nuptial Agreement

19 December 2023
Advice on when you should have Pre-nuptial Agreement

Advice on when you should have Pre-nuptial Agreement

19 December 2023

Do I need a Pre-Nuptial Agreement? Nick Aspley, of Ringrose Law, explains the circumstances in which they could be useful.


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