Next week the Prime Minister will review the data from the previous four weeks to see whether the next stage of unlocking can happen.
Some people will be more eager than others for fear of missing out (FOMO) could be influencing the way they think.
Erin McDaid, of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, argues that is vital young people are taught more about nature to help their future decision-making.
The sad news of the death of The Duke of Edinburgh put me in a reflective mood, writes Rosalyn Palmer.
With restrictions easing, we all have a bit more scope to get out and about in search of nature and to share our experiences with friends and family.
Our work is never too far from politics of one sort or another, writes Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.
Late last week we learned of the tragic loss of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, writes Newark and Sherwood District Council leader David Lloyd.
One issue that drives me mad, or to put it another way, drives me potty, is that hundreds of millions of new plant pots are produced each year.
As we pass the anniversary of the first lockdown many of us will be reflecting on a year like no other, writes Simon Shaw, of Duncan & Toplis.
In his latest column, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust's Erin McDaid looks at the campaign to bring beavers back to Nottinghamshire.
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust's Erin McDaid on the global climate crisis.
In her latest column, Emma Darley, of Ringrose Law, explains the benefits of mediation during a divorce.
Amy Cowdrell, partner at Langley Solicitors, Newark, looks at how the UK could meet the demand for seasonal workers to pick this season’s harvest.
In a few weeks the annual celebration of National Nest Box week will be upon us, but why wait? Writes Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.
Ross Pierrepont, an employment law specialist at Tallents Solicitors, considers the impact of the end of freedom of movement on farmers post-Brexit.
With Christmas well and truly behind us many people use this time to reflect on their life, writes Emma Darley, of Ringrose Law.
In his latest column, Erin McDaid, of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, focuses on Idle Valley Nature Reserve, near Retford.
A second UK-wide lockdown is upon us, forcing a wide range of businesses to shut until December, writes Simon Shaw of Duncan & Toplis.
The government has published its ten-point plan for the environment.
In his latest column, Erin McDaid, of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, looks at the links between nature and the festive season.