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Major investment in flood management welcomed by trust

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.


A look at what was making the news in times gone by

A look at what was making the news in times gone by

A look at what was making the news in times gone by

02 March 2024

The Advertiser has opened its archives to look at what was making the news this week 25, 50 and 100 years ago.

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New restaurant on track to serve authentic pasta and pizza

New restaurant on track to serve authentic pasta and pizza

New restaurant on track to serve authentic pasta and pizza

02 March 2024

An authentic Italian restaurant is finally set to open its doors this week.


Laptop donation aims to reduce digital poverty

Laptop donation aims to reduce digital poverty

Laptop donation aims to reduce digital poverty

01 March 2024

80 laptops have been donated to community groups to help make sure no resident is disadvantaged due to a lack of access to digital infrastructure.


Council and tourism board sign partnership to help ‘supercharge’ county’s visitor economy

Council and tourism board sign partnership to help ‘supercharge’ county’s visitor economy

Council and tourism board sign partnership to help ‘supercharge’ county’s visitor economy

01 March 2024

A landmark partnership deal has been struck for in order to help promote Nottinghamshire’s tourism offer to a wider audience.


More Nottinghamshire children offered one of their preferred secondary schools this year

More Nottinghamshire children offered one of their preferred secondary schools this year

More Nottinghamshire children offered one of their preferred secondary schools this year

01 March 2024

Today, parents and carers across the county will discover the outcome of their child’s secondary school applications for places starting this autumn.


Property of the week: Family home ideal for entertaining

Property of the week: Family home ideal for entertaining

Property of the week: Family home ideal for entertaining

01 March 2024

An Ollerton family home complete with gym, games room and an outdoor kitchen is on the market for £375,000 with Edlin and Jarvis, Newark.


Enjoy a marvellous month of events at Sherwood Forest

Enjoy a marvellous month of events at Sherwood Forest

Enjoy a marvellous month of events at Sherwood Forest

01 March 2024

There is a lot of fun to be has at Sherwood Forest this month as events return after a short winter break.


Mental health wards rated inadequate – with inspectors finding patients assaulted and falsified records

Mental health wards rated inadequate – with inspectors finding patients assaulted and falsified records

Mental health wards rated inadequate – with inspectors finding patients assaulted and falsified records

01 March 2024

Two NHS mental health services have been rated inadequate after staff were found to have falsified records and assaulted people.


Tests find more than two thirds of electric blankets have potential to cause deadly housefires

Tests find more than two thirds of electric blankets have potential to cause deadly housefires

Tests find more than two thirds of electric blankets have potential to cause deadly housefires

29 February 2024

Over two thirds of electric blankets were found to be unsafe at recent testing events across Nottinghamshire, including a 43-year-old blanket.


£5million junction improvement scheme progressing

£5million junction improvement scheme progressing

£5million junction improvement scheme progressing

29 February 2024

Progress is being made on a design to upgrade a key junction, after it was removed from a road improvement scheme.

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Chance to help shape the future of historic County Hall building

Chance to help shape the future of historic County Hall building

Chance to help shape the future of historic County Hall building

28 February 2024

Soon, the public will be able to share their views about what the future should look like for Nottinghamshire’s historic County Hall.


Developer claims public ‘warming’ to solar park plans as consultation ends

Developer claims public ‘warming’ to solar park plans as consultation ends

Developer claims public ‘warming’ to solar park plans as consultation ends

28 February 2024

The developers of a large-scale solar farm project have claimed that residents are showing signs of support.

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Nurse awarded for making couple’s wedding wish come true

Nurse awarded for making couple’s wedding wish come true

Nurse awarded for making couple’s wedding wish come true

28 February 2024

A nurse who helped a hospital patient to fulfil his final wish of marrying his partner has received a prestigious award.


Solar panels and tree works among latest planning applications

Solar panels and tree works among latest planning applications

Solar panels and tree works among latest planning applications

26 February 2024

The following planning applications have been submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council for decision:


Fire service raises share of council tax as it faces budget shortfalls

Fire service raises share of council tax as it faces budget shortfalls

Fire service raises share of council tax as it faces budget shortfalls

26 February 2024

All Nottinghamshire households will pay nearly three per cent more to support Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service from April.

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Authorities come together to tackle flooding

Authorities come together to tackle flooding

Authorities come together to tackle flooding

26 February 2024

A council has held its first inter-agency meeting to explore ways to tackle the severe flooding its communities have endured.

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Powerful fostering film wins two awards

Powerful fostering film wins two awards

Powerful fostering film wins two awards

26 February 2024

A council’s fostering film which aimed to attract more carers has won two awards.


Plans towards a greener and more sustainable future approved

Plans towards a greener and more sustainable future approved

Plans towards a greener and more sustainable future approved

25 February 2024

A council has approved plans to bring renewable energy to social housing.


New orders aim to tackle boozing, fires and dog fouling

New orders aim to tackle boozing, fires and dog fouling

New orders aim to tackle boozing, fires and dog fouling

24 February 2024

A series of orders have been passed to clamp down on anti-social behaviour issues ranging from dog fouling to boozing in parks and public spaces.

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