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School on to good things with Ofsted inspection after very challenging period

School on to good things with Ofsted inspection after very challenging period

A school has received a good Ofsted rating in its first inspection under the new Education Inspection Framework.


War Graves Week comes to Newark Cemetery with fascinating stories about those buried there

War Graves Week comes to Newark Cemetery with fascinating stories about those buried there

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) will be bringing War Graves Week to Newark and offering free tours at the cemetery on Saturday, May 28.

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Police to host webinars on how to boost cyber security

Police to host webinars on how to boost cyber security

Two webinars to help people protect themselves against cybercrime are to be held by Nottinghamshire Police.

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Cheerleader takes silver at world championships

Cheerleader takes silver at world championships

A Newark teenager has taken silver at the cheerleading world championships held in the USA.


Glorious gardens set to open to visitors for charity

Glorious gardens set to open to visitors for charity

Three glorious gardens will open for visitors on Sunday to raise money for charity under the National Garden Scheme.


Racecourse antiques fair set to bring in crowds

Racecourse antiques fair set to bring in crowds

Bargain hunters will descend on Southwell Racecourse next weekend when a popular antque fair makes it return.


Royal British Legion branch marks 100 years with wreath-laying ceremony

Royal British Legion branch marks 100 years with wreath-laying ceremony

A branch of the Royal British Legion has marked 100 years after an Advertiser article confirmed the date it was founded.


Schoolboy's sensory garden nearly complete after raising over £7,000

Schoolboy's sensory garden nearly complete after raising over £7,000

After months of hard work and fundraising, a schoolboy is now looking to put the finishing touches on a sensory garden.


5 of the best plants for attracting bees as numbers continue to fall

5 of the best plants for attracting bees as numbers continue to fall

The UK's bee populations are in a frightening freefall so what can we do to try and halt their decline?


£4.9m plan produced to improve public health

£4.9m plan produced to improve public health

Targeting drug use and encouraging people to live healthy lives are among priorities in a county council’s £4.92m plan to improve public health.


Iceland to introduce senior discount day

Iceland to introduce senior discount day

Iceland is to introduce a weekly discount day to help its older customers with the cost of living crisis.


Maternity services expected to remain inadequate

Maternity services expected to remain inadequate

Maternity services in Nottingham are expected to still be graded as inadequate when a healthcare watchdog publishes its latest inspection report.


Wealthiest people in the East Midlands revealed

Wealthiest people in the East Midlands revealed

The Sunday Times Rich List is out today and the wealthiest people in the East Midlands have been revealed ­— including a Nottinghamshire man.


Drama group launches search for new talent

Drama group launches search for new talent

An amateur theatre group has started a recruitment campaign to find new actors and those to help with backstage roles.


Church to host jubilee flower festival

Church to host jubilee flower festival

A host of arrangements will be in place as a church marks the Queen's platinum jubilee with a four-day flower festival.


Charming six-bed property is in no way run of the mill

Charming six-bed property is in no way run of the mill

A superbly-restored windmill tower is on the market with a guide price of £650,00 to £700,000 through Richard Watkinson and Partners, Newark.


Jazz musician synonymous with Newark music scene celebrates 90th birthday

Jazz musician synonymous with Newark music scene celebrates 90th birthday

A musician synonymous with the Newark music scene has celebrated his 90th birthday with no signs of calling it a day, writes Gianluca Spataro.


MPs meet Ukrainian Ambassador to UK over prisoners of war taken by Russians

MPs meet Ukrainian Ambassador to UK over prisoners of war taken by Russians

MPs representing two constituents held as prisoners of war by the Russians have met with the Ukrainian Ambassador to the UK.


Poll: Should full-time carers have benefits equivalent to minimum wage?

Poll: Should full-time carers have benefits equivalent to minimum wage?

We want to know what you, the reader, thinks about a plea for full-time carers to have benefits equivalent to that of minimum wage.

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A look back at Willie Hall Cup action with season final this weekend

A look back at Willie Hall Cup action with season final this weekend

The Advertiser has taken a look back at some of the action and winners of the Willie Hall Trophy, with this season's final set for Sunday.


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