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Confirmed coronavirus cases in Newark and Sherwood rises

Confirmed coronavirus cases in Newark and Sherwood rises

According to the latest public data ­— 390,358 patients in the UK have tested positive and 41,759 people have died.


The planning applications submitted in your area

The planning applications submitted in your area

Plans in the Newark area include proposals for a change of use to holiday accommodation and two field shelters for horses.


Timely return for clock house café as it reopens under new owners

Timely return for clock house café as it reopens under new owners

The Clock House Café is now run by business partners Jodie Combes and Helen Price, familiar faces who have worked together under different owners.


Newark to claim share of £15.7m high street funding

Newark to claim share of £15.7m high street funding

Newark has been announced as one of the 12 areas to benefit from Historic England's regeneration scheme.

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Vandals strike again as planter in town centre is ripped out

Vandals strike again as planter in town centre is ripped out

One planter on Bridge Street had its contents ripped out and strewn over the cobbles.


Six new coronavirus cases confirmed in district today while county sees rise of 39

Six new coronavirus cases confirmed in district today while county sees rise of 39

Six new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Newark and Sherwood according to Public Health England.


VIDEO: Man smashes through shop door with hammer before stealing booze

VIDEO: Man smashes through shop door with hammer before stealing booze

CCTV captured the moments a man smashed through the front door of a service station with a hammer before stealing booze from the shop.


Care home celebrates International Housekeeping Week

Care home celebrates International Housekeeping Week

Residents and staff at a care home are celebrating International Housekeeping week.


Club record smashed in charity open

Club record smashed in charity open

A record-breaking score was recorded at a charity golf competition in Southwell.


Consecration to be livestreamed from York Minster

Consecration to be livestreamed from York Minster

The new Bishop of Sherwood will be consecrated on Monday, in a service that will be livestreamed from York Minster.


Urged to support the young through mental health issues

Urged to support the young through mental health issues

Mental health and wellbeing charity Shawmind is calling on people help ensure the next generation has the best mental health support available.


No covid-related deaths reported by hospital trust today

No covid-related deaths reported by hospital trust today

The trust runs Newark Hospital, King's Mill Hospital and Mansfield Community Hospital.


POLL: Is the new 'Rule of Six' sufficient enough to stop another national lockdown?

POLL: Is the new 'Rule of Six' sufficient enough to stop another national lockdown?

Have your say in the Advertiser's Poll of the Week here.


Shawmind re-launches its Breathe Café

Shawmind re-launches its Breathe Café

A café that provides mental health and wellbeing support is taking its services online as social distancing rules limit the number of users.


Planning committee minded to accept firm's lorry parking plan off A46 Farndon roundabout

Planning committee minded to accept firm's lorry parking plan off A46 Farndon roundabout

A dispute between PA Freight and Highways England has been ongoing since the new A46 was built.


Chartered accountants expand by offering range of legal services

Chartered accountants expand by offering range of legal services

Duncan & Toplis has launched Duncan & Toplis Legal Services to undertake regulated activities as part of the Duncan & Toplis Group.


WATCH: Book festival releases poem 'Reading Newark'

WATCH: Book festival releases poem 'Reading Newark'

A commissioned by the organisers of Newark Book Festival has been released in three formats ­— video, audio and the written word.


Control tower

Control tower

I was particularly interested in the story of the control tower at the former RAF Wigsley.


Time to open

Time to open

Now that the National Civil War Centre is open again, it is surely time the Town Hall’s excellent museum and art gallery followed suit.


Regenerating markets

Regenerating markets

Why doesn’t Newark Town Council take notice what has been achieved by Altrincham Town Council in regenerating its indoor and outdoor Markets?


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