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Covid hospital admissions down and vaccination programme booming

Covid hospital admissions down and vaccination programme booming

Covid hospital admissions down and vaccination programme booming

Admissions are down and figures show almost 800,000 people vaccinated, almost 60,000 in the last week, says Nottinghamshire health expert.


Picture painted of a lady of strong beliefs

Picture painted of a lady of strong beliefs

Picture painted of a lady of strong beliefs

This article, written by RACHEL SHELDRAKE, is one in a series commissioned by The Acorns Project.


Supermarket offers innovators the chance to sell their products on its shelves

Supermarket offers innovators the chance to sell their products on its shelves

Supermarket offers innovators the chance to sell their products on its shelves

Morrisons is opening up its aisles to entrepreneurs looking to take their grocery products on a fast-track journey to a national supermarket.


Coronavirus cases in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

Coronavirus cases in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

Coronavirus cases in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

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


'I write in the hope others don’t suffer'

'I write in the hope others don’t suffer'

'I write in the hope others don’t suffer'

To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, former Advertiser news editor Lucy Millard has written this article about the death of her daughter, Bethan.

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Appeal to get Newark teen with extremely rare condition to the beach

Appeal to get Newark teen with extremely rare condition to the beach

Appeal to get Newark teen with extremely rare condition to the beach

The family want to buy a specially-fitted buggy for Tommy and provide the youngster and his mum the opportunity to go to the beach together.


REVEALED: Winners of Wildlife On Your Doorstep awards

REVEALED: Winners of Wildlife On Your Doorstep awards

REVEALED: Winners of Wildlife On Your Doorstep awards

Individuals and organisations who have promoted and protected wildlife in their communities have been recognised with awards.


Unique mental health charity gets helping hand from Newark supermarket

Unique mental health charity gets helping hand from Newark supermarket

Unique mental health charity gets helping hand from Newark supermarket

Unlock Your You is to benefit from funds raised by Newark Morrisons as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.


JAILED: Prolific Newark offender robbed series of stores, leaving terrified staff in his wake

JAILED: Prolific Newark offender robbed series of stores, leaving terrified staff in his wake

JAILED: Prolific Newark offender robbed series of stores, leaving terrified staff in his wake

Jaye Whitten, of Cherry Holt, Newark, already had 30 offences on his record, including weapon crimes, dishonesty, house burglaries and shoplifting.

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Emergency services in attendance on bridge over A1 after school bus stopped

Emergency services in attendance on bridge over A1 after school bus stopped

Emergency services in attendance on bridge over A1 after school bus stopped

A school bus has stopped on the bridge over the A1 at Coddington.

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Updated coronavirus figures in your area today

Updated coronavirus figures in your area today

Updated coronavirus figures in your area today

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


Appeal to trace owners of suspected stolen dog

Appeal to trace owners of suspected stolen dog

Appeal to trace owners of suspected stolen dog

Police are trying the owner of the cocker spaniel found during a search at a farm near East Bridgford.


NHS reveals when under-40s will get covid jabs

NHS reveals when under-40s will get covid jabs

NHS reveals when under-40s will get covid jabs

People aged 38 and 39 will be the next to be offered their first covid vaccine, NHS officials have confirmed.


Public inquiry into government's handling of covid-19 pandemic to start in spring, says Boris Johnson

Public inquiry into government's handling of covid-19 pandemic to start in spring, says Boris Johnson

Public inquiry into government's handling of covid-19 pandemic to start in spring, says Boris Johnson

It comes after more than 127,000 people have died within 28 days of testing positive since the pandemic began, 208 being in Newark and Sherwood.


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