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Bossing lockdown through endeavour

Bossing lockdown through endeavour

Bossing lockdown through endeavour

teacher who has worked on a project with Prince Harry is making a success of her own business against all the odds that 2020 stacked against her.


Two supermarkets in Newark ban people not wearing face coverings

Two supermarkets in Newark ban people not wearing face coverings

Two supermarkets in Newark ban people not wearing face coverings

Two supermarkets in Newark have vowed to challenge people not wearing face coverings in their stores.

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Community lottery scheme to support good local causes launched by district council

Community lottery scheme to support good local causes launched by district council

Community lottery scheme to support good local causes launched by district council

The district council is among the first few local authorities in the country to launch its own online community lottery to benefit good causes.


Updated coronavirus figures in Newark and Sherwood today — Two district residents die after testing positive

Updated coronavirus figures in Newark and Sherwood today — Two district residents die after testing positive

Updated coronavirus figures in Newark and Sherwood today — Two district residents die after testing positive

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


Eight coronavirus-related deaths reported by hospital trust today

Eight coronavirus-related deaths reported by hospital trust today

Eight coronavirus-related deaths reported by hospital trust today

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


Newark's vaccination centre will now not open until later this week

Newark's vaccination centre will now not open until later this week

Newark's vaccination centre will now not open until later this week

Letters are being sent out to people aged 80, inviting them to book an appointment.

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Police dog and handler sent to nasty aggravated burglary in tonight's Interceptors episode

Police dog and handler sent to nasty aggravated burglary in tonight's Interceptors episode

Police dog and handler sent to nasty aggravated burglary in tonight's Interceptors episode

The show kicks off with a harrowing 999 call reporting an elderly woman had been tied up, who could be heard saying: "Help me, I'm being robbed."


Most parts of the Advertiser area see rises in covid cases over past week

Most parts of the Advertiser area see rises in covid cases over past week

Most parts of the Advertiser area see rises in covid cases over past week

However, a few areas have seen less of a rise, with other parts seeing cases fall by as much a half.


Stricter lockdown measures are being discussed, say reports

Stricter lockdown measures are being discussed, say reports

Stricter lockdown measures are being discussed, say reports

Tougher lockdown rules to prevent people meeting outside are being discussed, it has been widely reported.


Coronavirus cases in your area — Newark's vaccination centre opens today

Coronavirus cases in your area — Newark's vaccination centre opens today

Coronavirus cases in your area — Newark's vaccination centre opens today

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

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Further coronavirus-related deaths reported by hospital trust today

Further coronavirus-related deaths reported by hospital trust today

Further coronavirus-related deaths reported by hospital trust today

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


Vegan festival to return to Newark this year, hoping to host 10,000 people

Vegan festival to return to Newark this year, hoping to host 10,000 people

Vegan festival to return to Newark this year, hoping to host 10,000 people

Celebrities Russell Brand and Chris Packham will appear at The Vegan Camp Out to speak about their plant-based diets.


'We're targeting risk-takers on and off the road', says Newark inspector

'We're targeting risk-takers on and off the road', says Newark inspector

'We're targeting risk-takers on and off the road', says Newark inspector

Happy new year everyone, writes Nottinghamshire Police’s district commander for Newark and Sherwood, Inspector Heather Sutton.


Free improvements offered to Notts residents to make homes more energy efficient

Free improvements offered to Notts residents to make homes more energy efficient

Free improvements offered to Notts residents to make homes more energy efficient

The Green Homes Grant is a new way for people to benefit from energy efficiency and eco-friendly heating improvements.

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