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SpaceX Falcon 9 blasting off again this weekend - this is when to see it

SpaceX Falcon 9 blasting off again this weekend - this is when to see it

Due to dangerous weather conditions, SpaceX Falcon 9 has been rescheduled to blast off this weekend and may be visible over the UK.


BT, TalkTalk and Post Office internet down leaving many unable to work from home

BT, TalkTalk and Post Office internet down leaving many unable to work from home

Thousands of TalkTalk, BT and Post Office users will currently be unable to work from home as the internet goes down.

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Search and rescue charity gets vital boost in funds from police force

Search and rescue charity gets vital boost in funds from police force

The charity Nottinghamshire Search and Rescue Team (NSART) has been given a boost thanks to funds raised by Nottinghamshire Police this year.


Helpful neighbours nominated

Helpful neighbours nominated

Two marvellous neighbours have been nominated to be the Advertiser’s Citizens Of The Week.


Plans for phased library re-opening

Plans for phased library re-opening

Plans are being drawn up to re-open Nottinghamshire County Council’s libraries and archive services in line with government advice.


Plans for 98 affordable homes at site where tonnes of illegal waste was dumped

Plans for 98 affordable homes at site where tonnes of illegal waste was dumped

The site on Bowbridge Road, Newark, was only recently cleared of an estimated 2,000 tonnes of waste that was illegally dumped and left to rot.


Family reunions made possible at Newark care home

Family reunions made possible at Newark care home

Residents of Bowbridge Court Care Home, Newark, were reunited with and their families through a virtual afternoon tea party.


New play café in Newark town centre sets opening date

New play café in Newark town centre sets opening date

BeanBlock, in St Mark’s Place, was founded by two mums with young children who struggled to find a place to eat and socialise with kids in the area.

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Bygones: Advertiser stories from 25, 50 and 100 years ago

Bygones: Advertiser stories from 25, 50 and 100 years ago

A look back at stories from the past, including a runaway pig at Newark Castle, and Empire Day celebrations.


Lockdown photography competition for young people launched by rotary club

Lockdown photography competition for young people launched by rotary club

The rotary club wants entries featuring artwork, baking, keeping active, pets and wildlife, among other things.


New coronavirus cases confirmed in the district and county today

New coronavirus cases confirmed in the district and county today

Public Health England has released the daily figures for Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire.


Prospect of a better world

Prospect of a better world

Having failed to convince anyone against the need for climate change action, Robert Sheppard now takes to attacking a vision of a low-carbon economy.


Figures checked

Figures checked

I can respond to A.M. Waddington in his letter requesting an explanation of where I obtained my statistics of Police and Crime Commissioner salaries.


No meetings

No meetings

I read that some councils, including Fernwood parish, continue to hold meetings online.


Let flowers bloom

Let flowers bloom

It seems those responsible for mowing verges have given nature an opportunity to show what it is capable of if given time and space to breathe.


What jobs?

What jobs?

The government knows how to kick people when they are down.


Skills questioned

Skills questioned

Priti Patel has just got the first reading of a bill through Parliament that seeks to control immigration based on their skill levels.


Returning to work after lockdown? Is your employer taking the right safety steps?

Returning to work after lockdown? Is your employer taking the right safety steps?

The firms adapting to the challenges of coronavirus and getting staff back to work safe and sound


Newark MP denies bias in granting of planning application

Newark MP denies bias in granting of planning application

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has denied bias in the approval of a £1bn London housing development.


Charity workshop engages residents with the natural world

Charity workshop engages residents with the natural world

Six residents of a charity that helps prevent homelessness took part in a project delivering digital arts to young people in Nottinghamshire.


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