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No mow initiative to support nature

No mow initiative to support nature

No mow initiative to support nature

21 July 2021

A council is trialling some no mow areas to encourage wildlife and habitats to thrive.


Residents treated to virtual puffin tour

Residents treated to virtual puffin tour

Residents treated to virtual puffin tour

20 July 2021

A care home has hosted a virtual tour of the Sea Life Trust’s Puffin Rescue Centre at the Beluga Whale Sanctuary in Iceland.

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How to keep your pets safe in the sun

How to keep your pets safe in the sun

How to keep your pets safe in the sun

19 July 2021

Heat exhaustion can pose a danger to pets. Here's the RSPCA's top tips for keeping your animals cool and comfortable during the hot weather.


Revealed: Our Pet of the Year winners

Revealed: Our Pet of the Year winners

Revealed: Our Pet of the Year winners

17 July 2021

The votes have been counted and we can now reveal the winners of the 2021 Advertiser Pet of the Year competition.


Winning photos are revealed

Winning photos are revealed

Winning photos are revealed

16 July 2021

The winners of Southwell Minster’s lockdown photography competition have been announced.


Latest nail in coffin for UK wildlife could be own goal

Latest nail in coffin for UK wildlife could be own goal

Latest nail in coffin for UK wildlife could be own goal

16 July 2021

It seems there is almost a weekly assault on my positive disposition of the environment, writes Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.


Thousands of dog owners risk never being reunited with pets after not updating microchips

Thousands of dog owners risk never being reunited with pets after not updating microchips

Thousands of dog owners risk never being reunited with pets after not updating microchips

16 July 2021

Thousands of dog owners are at risk of never being reunited with their pets after failing to update their details.


Seeds of discontent are sown by market closure

Seeds of discontent are sown by market closure

Seeds of discontent are sown by market closure

12 July 2021

Farmers have expressed their sadness at the decision to demolish Newark Livestock Market.

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GALLERY: Last glimpse inside Newark Livestock Market before it's bulldozed

GALLERY: Last glimpse inside Newark Livestock Market before it's bulldozed

GALLERY: Last glimpse inside Newark Livestock Market before it's bulldozed

11 July 2021

A last glimpse inside Newark Livestock Market before it’s bulldozed to make way for the nation’s first International Air and Space Training Institute.


Wildlife enthusiast's 'perfect' 70-minute recording of dawn chorus

Wildlife enthusiast's 'perfect' 70-minute recording of dawn chorus

Wildlife enthusiast's 'perfect' 70-minute recording of dawn chorus

11 July 2021

A wildlife enthusiast who made a name for himself with his perfect 70-minute recording of an entire dawn chorus has released a digital version.


Man who recalls fields full of wildlife calls on council to make a change

Man who recalls fields full of wildlife calls on council to make a change

Man who recalls fields full of wildlife calls on council to make a change

10 July 2021

A man who remembers fields full of wildlife has called on a council to make a change.


The Jurassic age is coming around again — here's how you can walk with dinosaurs

The Jurassic age is coming around again — here's how you can walk with dinosaurs

The Jurassic age is coming around again — here's how you can walk with dinosaurs

09 July 2021

Dino Kingdom takes over a park for two weeks this autumn with 100 prehistoric beasts set to be unleashed.

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Tackling climate change must not be at nature's expense

Tackling climate change must not be at nature's expense

Tackling climate change must not be at nature's expense

09 July 2021

I sometimes feel a bit like a stuck record, constantly referring to the climate and ecological crises, writes Erin McDaid of Notts Wildlife Trust.


'It should be candy floss people take home - not live animals'

'It should be candy floss people take home - not live animals'

'It should be candy floss people take home - not live animals'

09 July 2021

Giving goldfish as prizes is 'cruel and outdated', says the RSPCA, which wants councils to ban funfairs maintaining the tradition.


Eight-year-old with big ambitions to help wildlife

Eight-year-old with big ambitions to help wildlife

Eight-year-old with big ambitions to help wildlife

08 July 2021

Animal lover Ellie Barker has taken her interest in wildlife to another level by launching plans to set up her own animal rescue centre.


Springwatch's Chris Packham offers free 'Summer Watch' masterclasses for students

Springwatch's Chris Packham offers free 'Summer Watch' masterclasses for students

Springwatch's Chris Packham offers free 'Summer Watch' masterclasses for students

08 July 2021

Students will be able to book a free chance to meet Chris Packham and get involved in a 'Summer Watch'.


Study reveals healthy hedgehogs

Study reveals healthy hedgehogs

Study reveals healthy hedgehogs

07 July 2021

The project has found a healthy population of hedgehogs living in Southwell.


Owner issues appeal for missing cat

Owner issues appeal for missing cat

Owner issues appeal for missing cat

05 July 2021

The owner of a missing cat has appealed for residents to come forward with any information.


Therapy dog helps calm the jab nerves

Therapy dog helps calm the jab nerves

Therapy dog helps calm the jab nerves

05 July 2021

A therapy dog paid a visit to the vaccination centre at Newark Showground in an effort to calm the nerves of people awaiting their jabs.


Record numbers of doormice re-introduced to the UK

Record numbers of doormice re-introduced to the UK

Record numbers of doormice re-introduced to the UK

02 July 2021

A momentous conservation milestone was reached as the 1,000th hazel dormouse was re-introduced to the UK, writes Erin McDaid of Notts Wildlife Trust.

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