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Schools to benefit from £3.4m county council investment

Schools to benefit from £3.4m county council investment

Schools across the Advertiser area are to benefit from a £3.4m investment programme by Nottinghamshire County Council.


Roadmap welcomed by rugby club

Roadmap welcomed by rugby club

Newark’s director of rugby has praised the RFU after it announced provisional dates for the 2020-21 season.


Do you feel people are complying with the government's face mask rules?

Do you feel people are complying with the government's face mask rules?

Face coverings will also become mandatory in indoor settings such as museums and places of worship from August 8.


Hill bids to win The Cricketer's lockdown hero award

Hill bids to win The Cricketer's lockdown hero award

The public each have one chance to vote before Sunday and will make up 50% of the voting, while the other 50% will be the decision of a judging panel.


Positive news as trust sees 36th successive day with no covid-19 deaths

Positive news as trust sees 36th successive day with no covid-19 deaths

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


Lockdown easing postponed as Prime Minister bids to control virus

Lockdown easing postponed as Prime Minister bids to control virus

Measures due to be lifted on Saturday have now been postponed for at least two weeks.


Covid-19 death hotspots in Newark and Sherwood revealed

Covid-19 death hotspots in Newark and Sherwood revealed

The areas in Newark and Sherwood with the highest number of covid-19 deaths have been revealed.


Host of ambitious plans for Newark's Corn Exchange revealed

Host of ambitious plans for Newark's Corn Exchange revealed

Corn Exchange Newark Ltd wants to bring together a multitude of concepts, tastes and brands for the Castlegate venue.


Newark man charged with cash machine theft and conspiracy to steal motor vehicles

Newark man charged with cash machine theft and conspiracy to steal motor vehicles

James Gillespie, of Cleveland Square, Newark, was arrested on Thursday as part of a cross-border investigation into the theft of 11 vehicles.


Councillor's promotion after making racist remarks 'damages' council's reputation

Councillor's promotion after making racist remarks 'damages' council's reputation

Despite being suspended from the national Conservative Party over the remarks, Steve Vickers was made the chairman of the Health and Wellbeing Board.


Mother's open water warning after son, 12, dies saving two friends

Mother's open water warning after son, 12, dies saving two friends

A mother has warned members of the public not to enter bodies of open water in and around Newark after her son drowned rescuing two of his friends.


Signs of new health and beauty store opening at former Superdrug unit

Signs of new health and beauty store opening at former Superdrug unit

Newark will have another shop in which they can purchase health and beauty products, as several job notices were posted in store's window.


Towns Fund: Newark College to become construction industry hub

Towns Fund: Newark College to become construction industry hub

Major plans that could provide 600 students with educational pathways into the construction industry have been announced.


Newark and Sherwood and the county see further rise in coronavirus cases

Newark and Sherwood and the county see further rise in coronavirus cases

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


The quick test that helps protect your family and friends

The quick test that helps protect your family and friends

Helping stop the spread of the virus: Everything you need to know about NHS Test and Trace


Short-term gain

Short-term gain

I could not agree more with Jacqui Holtam (Pothole Shame, News Views, July 16).


A virus positive

A virus positive

It's ironic that after a ten-year campaign, it’s taken coronavirus to close King Street, Southwell, to traffic and institute a 20mph speed limit.


Easy solution to station problems

Easy solution to station problems

Is it really too much to expect our politicians to make some practical suggestions to solve problems they identify?


Look to India for hole repairs

Look to India for hole repairs

Further to J. Holtham’s letter (Pothole Shame, News Views, July 16) I would like to recommend a method of mending potholes pioneered in India.


35th consecutive day of no coronavirus-related deaths for trust

35th consecutive day of no coronavirus-related deaths for trust

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


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