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Police treated by business yet again during testing times

Police treated by business yet again during testing times

Police treated by business yet again during testing times

Officers on the rota 5 response shift on Friday were surprised with a foodie care package from Waitrose on Ossington Way.


Recycling bin collections to resume across the district

Recycling bin collections to resume across the district

Recycling bin collections to resume across the district

Newark and Sherwood District Council said residents need to revert back to their calendar and place bins out on the normal day.


All carparks managed by the district council are now free

All carparks managed by the district council are now free

All carparks managed by the district council are now free

Newark and Sherwood District Council said it hoped the move would assist key workers and residents in running essential errands during the pandemic.


Pandemic pressures force Newark's urgent care centre to temporarily suspend overnight opening

Pandemic pressures force Newark's urgent care centre to temporarily suspend overnight opening

Pandemic pressures force Newark's urgent care centre to temporarily suspend overnight opening

The overnight closure is scheduled to last for three months initially and the UCC will return to its current operating model when safe to do so.


Sainsbury's to start lifting some product restrictions from Sunday

Sainsbury's to start lifting some product restrictions from Sunday

Sainsbury's to start lifting some product restrictions from Sunday

The chain's chief executive said restrictions would remain on the most popular items, but that limits on Easter eggs had been removed immediately.

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Council staff deliver care packages donated by Newark supermarket to residents

Council staff deliver care packages donated by Newark supermarket to residents

Council staff deliver care packages donated by Newark supermarket to residents

District council staff helped to sort and deliver food parcels to residents after Morrisons on Kings Road, Newark, donated essential supplies.


Man remains in custody after Newark Aldi worker is shoved with trolley and threatened

Man remains in custody after Newark Aldi worker is shoved with trolley and threatened

Man remains in custody after Newark Aldi worker is shoved with trolley and threatened

A 22-year-old man was arrested on Thursday evening on suspicion of theft from Aldi on Northgate and threatening one of its workers.


Fill the Gap: Help Beaumond House Hospice beat financial crisis

Fill the Gap: Help Beaumond House Hospice beat financial crisis

Fill the Gap: Help Beaumond House Hospice beat financial crisis

It is estimated its funds could drop by £300,000 over the next six months because of the closure of its shops and the cancellation of events.


Man, 22, arrested for being threatening towards a supermarket staff member

Man, 22, arrested for being threatening towards a supermarket staff member

Man, 22, arrested for being threatening towards a supermarket staff member

Newark Police arrested the male on Thursday evening, the same night the nation came together to clap for the NHS.


Extra time to enter Newark Business Awards

Extra time to enter Newark Business Awards

Extra time to enter Newark Business Awards

Companies and organisations now have a few weeks more to complete their submissions for this year's awards.


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