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Return to face masks in shops and on public transport from today

Return to face masks in shops and on public transport from today

Return to face masks in shops and on public transport from today

Measures to combat the new Omicron variant of coronavirus come into force today.


Many covid-related deaths reported by hospital trust in last 7 days

Many covid-related deaths reported by hospital trust in last 7 days

Many covid-related deaths reported by hospital trust in last 7 days

Many covid-related deaths have been reported by Sherwood Forest Hospitals Trust since November 22, according to the latest NHS figures.


Cocaine possession and drink-driving among latest court listings

Cocaine possession and drink-driving among latest court listings

Cocaine possession and drink-driving among latest court listings

Cocaine possession and drink-driving are among the latest court listings in the Newark area. Read all cases here.


Omicron: Everything we know about the new Covid-19 variant so far

Omicron: Everything we know about the new Covid-19 variant so far

Omicron: Everything we know about the new Covid-19 variant so far

It's the Covid variant causing concern worldwide, with the WHO describing it as a very high global risk, but what do we know about Omicron so far?


Covid infection rates in Newark are more than double the national average

Covid infection rates in Newark are more than double the national average

Covid infection rates in Newark are more than double the national average

Coronavirus infection rates in Newark are more than double the national average, data has revealed.

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Updated covid figures in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

Updated covid figures in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

Updated covid figures in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

New coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Newark and Sherwood, according to the latest figures from Public Health England.


Face coverings to be made mandatory from Tuesday in response to new covid-19 variant

Face coverings to be made mandatory from Tuesday in response to new covid-19 variant

Face coverings to be made mandatory from Tuesday in response to new covid-19 variant

Face coverings are to be made compulsory on public transport and in shops once again, the Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced.

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Newark firefighters called to industrial blaze overnight

Newark firefighters called to industrial blaze overnight

Newark firefighters called to industrial blaze overnight

Firefighters from Newark were sent to help tackle a large industrial blaze near Nottingham overnight.


Newark MP Robert Jenrick makes development inspection

Newark MP Robert Jenrick makes development inspection

Newark MP Robert Jenrick makes development inspection

An MP was welcomed to a housebuilders’ development after site managers received awards.


Royal Mint unveils 50p coin to mark Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Royal Mint unveils 50p coin to mark Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Royal Mint unveils 50p coin to mark Queen's Platinum Jubilee

A special 50 pence piece, to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, has been unveiled and demand for it is expected to be high.


Hopes to overcome disconnect with nature

Hopes to overcome disconnect with nature

Hopes to overcome disconnect with nature

The Eurasian beaver was once widespread across the UK and as ‘nature’s engineers’ played a crucial role in shaping our wetland landscapes.


7 low-tech ways to help keep your home warm

7 low-tech ways to help keep your home warm

7 low-tech ways to help keep your home warm

With temperatures plummeting and heating bills rising here are seven ways you can help warm your home this winter.


Newark issued yellow weather warning for snow

Newark issued yellow weather warning for snow

Newark issued yellow weather warning for snow

A yellow weather warning for snow has been issued for Newark and Sherwood this weekend.


Councillors meet with Health Secretary to discuss calls for public inquiry into maternity services

Councillors meet with Health Secretary to discuss calls for public inquiry into maternity services

Councillors meet with Health Secretary to discuss calls for public inquiry into maternity services

The Health Secretary met Nottinghamshire county councillors to discuss calls for a public inquiry into maternity services at two hospitals.


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