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Quirky village fete sees tractor attract more than 1,000 visitors

Quirky village fete sees tractor attract more than 1,000 visitors

Quirky village fete sees tractor attract more than 1,000 visitors

18 September 2021

A quirky village fete gave visitors the chance to sit on one of the UK’s largest tractors last weekend.


September sees shift to autumn speed up

September sees shift to autumn speed up

September sees shift to autumn speed up

16 September 2021

September typically sees summer segue imperceptibly into autumn but as the month progresses the subtle shift in the seasons becomes ever clearer.


Police dog who was stabbed in the face on duty receives national bravery award

Police dog who was stabbed in the face on duty receives national bravery award

Police dog who was stabbed in the face on duty receives national bravery award

15 September 2021

A police dog who was stabbed in the face on duty has been hailed a national hero following his latest exploits to take down a machete-wielding youth.


Hedgehog rescue unable to take on new cases after being inundated with hoglets

Hedgehog rescue unable to take on new cases after being inundated with hoglets

Hedgehog rescue unable to take on new cases after being inundated with hoglets

14 September 2021

A hedgehog rescue centre is unable to take on new cases after being inundated with newborn hoglets.


Giant pigeons to fly into Newark this weekend

Giant pigeons to fly into Newark this weekend

Giant pigeons to fly into Newark this weekend

14 September 2021

Have you ever met a giant pigeon? No, neither have we. You can meet two in Newark market this weekend.

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6 easy ways to keep spiders out the house in mating season

6 easy ways to keep spiders out the house in mating season

6 easy ways to keep spiders out the house in mating season

13 September 2021

It's spider mating season and thousands of arachnids are on the move. Here's six ways to keep them at bay using things you've got at home.


'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

'Feeding your dog a slice of toast is like you eating two portions of fries'

13 September 2021

People's desire to 'treat' their pets is partly to blame for the numbers of animals piling on the pounds in lockdown, says a leading animal charity.


Much-loved police dog who helped save a child's life dies

Much-loved police dog who helped save a child's life dies

Much-loved police dog who helped save a child's life dies

13 September 2021

A much-loved police dog who once helped to save a child’s life has passed away.


Animal-loving girl’s purr-fect act of kindness

Animal-loving girl’s purr-fect act of kindness

Animal-loving girl’s purr-fect act of kindness

09 September 2021

A schoolgirl was so upset by the plight of kittens callously abandoned to their fate that she decided to fundraise for the charity that took them in.

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Hate crime reported after cyclist barges blind man walking with guide dog in Newark

Hate crime reported after cyclist barges blind man walking with guide dog in Newark

Hate crime reported after cyclist barges blind man walking with guide dog in Newark

09 September 2021

A blind man says pavements are becoming dangerous for the public, especially for those who are visually impaired.

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Travellers urged to record roadkill sightings and help conserve wildlife

Travellers urged to record roadkill sightings and help conserve wildlife

Travellers urged to record roadkill sightings and help conserve wildlife

09 September 2021

Wildlife charity People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is asking people to take part in its annual Mammals On Roads survey.

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One horse harmed each day over summer, says the RSPCA

One horse harmed each day over summer, says the RSPCA

One horse harmed each day over summer, says the RSPCA

08 September 2021

One horse or pony is harmed deliberately on average each day during the summer months, according to the latest cruelty figures released by the RSPCA.


Wildlife to savour while summer lingers on

Wildlife to savour while summer lingers on

Wildlife to savour while summer lingers on

07 September 2021

The house martin is one of the last of our summer migrants to arrive to start their breeding cycle each year.


Pupils' posters hope to keep dog poo out of Newark and Sherwood

Pupils' posters hope to keep dog poo out of Newark and Sherwood

Pupils' posters hope to keep dog poo out of Newark and Sherwood

05 September 2021

Artistic schoolchildren have been designing posters to help keep Newark and Sherwood clear of dog mess.


Dog show returns to Newark Showground for tail-wagging weekend

Dog show returns to Newark Showground for tail-wagging weekend

Dog show returns to Newark Showground for tail-wagging weekend

03 September 2021

A popular dog show will be returning to Newark this weekend.

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Swan in distress rescued from River Trent at Newark by police, fire and RSPCA

Swan in distress rescued from River Trent at Newark by police, fire and RSPCA

Swan in distress rescued from River Trent at Newark by police, fire and RSPCA

03 September 2021

A swan in distress was rescued from the River Trent at Newark.


The microchip mistake costing dog owners £500

The microchip mistake costing dog owners £500

The microchip mistake costing dog owners £500

31 August 2021

Outdated microchips are one of the most overlooked pet problems, says an animal charity, and a mistake which could land dog owners with a big fine.


Chesney meets Chesney in flying visit

Chesney meets Chesney in flying visit

Chesney meets Chesney in flying visit

31 August 2021

Popstar Chesney Hawkes may think he's the one and only ­— but on Monday he came face-to-face with another similar-sounding star.


The loyal relationship between a Nottinghamshire police dog and its handler

The loyal relationship between a Nottinghamshire police dog and its handler

The loyal relationship between a Nottinghamshire police dog and its handler

31 August 2021

Notts Police has met up with one of the force's best-known canine crime-fighters and his handler for a chat, following International Dog Day.


Good time to reflect on connection with nature — Notts Wildlife Trust

Good time to reflect on connection with nature — Notts Wildlife Trust

Good time to reflect on connection with nature — Notts Wildlife Trust

29 August 2021

We take steps to keep in touch with nature so we can benefit from what it brings to our lives, writes Erin McDaid of Notts Wildlife Trust.


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