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This is when to take part in the second 'Clap for the NHS'

This is when to take part in the second 'Clap for the NHS'

This is when to take part in the second 'Clap for the NHS'

02 April 2020

The nation is gearing up to turn blue again for the second Clap for our Carers event.


How to enter the Advertiser's rainbow colouring competition in support of the NHS

How to enter the Advertiser's rainbow colouring competition in support of the NHS

How to enter the Advertiser's rainbow colouring competition in support of the NHS

02 April 2020

Pictures have started popping up in people's windows to spread positivity and provide a game of I spy for children when they are out.


Aldi lifts product restrictions as stock levels improve

Aldi lifts product restrictions as stock levels improve

Aldi lifts product restrictions as stock levels improve

31 March 2020

A supermarket chain has announced it is lifting temporary restrictions on many of its products as stock availability has now improved.


What we've learned about home working

What we've learned about home working

What we've learned about home working

31 March 2020

As we get to grips with doing our jobs remotely, the potential for trouble is never far away.


Top tips to beat boredom of living alone during lockdown

Top tips to beat boredom of living alone during lockdown

Top tips to beat boredom of living alone during lockdown

30 March 2020

Struggling to know what to do with yourself during lockdown? We've spoken to The Living Well Alone Project about the 15 best ways to keep occupied.


Ballet class moves online to keep children dancing through the disruption

Ballet class moves online to keep children dancing through the disruption

Ballet class moves online to keep children dancing through the disruption

28 March 2020

Babyballet owner Leah Stead said her main focus was ensuring children could still enjoy their classes, despite not being there physically.


National Civil War Centre working on projects to support people at home

National Civil War Centre working on projects to support people at home

National Civil War Centre working on projects to support people at home

28 March 2020

The Newark museum’s learning team are creating content that will soon be available to access online.


Newark gym offers live, online workouts to keep residents in shape

Newark gym offers live, online workouts to keep residents in shape

Newark gym offers live, online workouts to keep residents in shape

28 March 2020

Head coach Dean Sugden said he would be doing everything he could to keep the town as fit and entertained as possible.


Free parking announced for NHS staff

Free parking announced for NHS staff

Free parking announced for NHS staff

27 March 2020

More than 150 NCP carparks will be free for NHS workers, it has been announced.


Newspapers are not Covid-19 transmitters

Newspapers are not Covid-19 transmitters

Newspapers are not Covid-19 transmitters

27 March 2020

TV doctor Hilary Jones stresses the importance and safety of newspapers during the coronavirus pandemic.


How is the internet coping with all this extra usage?

How is the internet coping with all this extra usage?

How is the internet coping with all this extra usage?

27 March 2020

Openreach provides internet access to 31.8m premises and has seen a 28% increase in daytime usage over its fibre network across the UK.


Self-employed people to benefit from new scheme

Self-employed people to benefit from new scheme

Self-employed people to benefit from new scheme

26 March 2020

The Chancellor of the Exchequer has today revealed a grant of up to £2,500 a month for self-employed people but they can't get it until June.


Ease the boredom with our guide to top TV streaming services

Ease the boredom with our guide to top TV streaming services

Ease the boredom with our guide to top TV streaming services

26 March 2020

We take a look at the UK's top streaming services to help keep you entertained during the lockdown.


Coronavirus: These are the Government's emergency measures and what they will mean for businesses

Coronavirus: These are the Government's emergency measures and what they will mean for businesses

Coronavirus: These are the Government's emergency measures and what they will mean for businesses

26 March 2020

A tax expert explains topics including the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, sick pay and deferring payments.


Contactless card payment limit to rise

Contactless card payment limit to rise

Contactless card payment limit to rise

25 March 2020

Using contactless cards will help to cut queues at the checkouts.


These are the vehicles granted MOT exemption for six months during outbreak

These are the vehicles granted MOT exemption for six months during outbreak

These are the vehicles granted MOT exemption for six months during outbreak

25 March 2020

Cars, motorcycles and vans are to be granted an exemption from MOTs.


This is how you can volunteer to help the NHS

This is how you can volunteer to help the NHS

This is how you can volunteer to help the NHS

25 March 2020

Troops are needed for the war on coronavirus which is why the NHS is rallying volunteers to help vulnerable people stay safe and well at home.


This is every supermarket and when they are open for NHS staff, elderly and vulnerable

This is every supermarket and when they are open for NHS staff, elderly and vulnerable

This is every supermarket and when they are open for NHS staff, elderly and vulnerable

24 March 2020

Find out when each supermarket s open and what shopping restrictions are in place.


This is how to show your support for the NHS this week

This is how to show your support for the NHS this week

This is how to show your support for the NHS this week

24 March 2020

People are being urged to show their support for the NHS and their work during the Coronavirus outbreak this Thursday


Police spread positivity as they deliver left-over wraps to the community

Police spread positivity as they deliver left-over wraps to the community

Police spread positivity as they deliver left-over wraps to the community

24 March 2020

Officers were told by Morrisons staff in Newark that there were lots of unwanted wraps that would have gone to waste if not eaten on the day.


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