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Schools across the Advertiser area are to benefit from a £3.4m investment programme by Nottinghamshire County Council.
Measures due to be lifted on Saturday have now been postponed for at least two weeks.
The areas in Newark and Sherwood with the highest number of covid-19 deaths have been revealed.
Newark will have another shop in which they can purchase health and beauty products, as several job notices were posted in store's window.
Major plans that could provide 600 students with educational pathways into the construction industry have been announced.
The power to handle smaller lockdowns has been given to councils like the city and county councils, should they be necessary.
A couple who planned to marry in France instead had Newark Castle as the backdrop as they married under coronavirus rules.
Travel Wright, Newark, has put a host of measures in place to ensure customers' safety as it starts running trips again.
Boris Johnson has today announced fresh measures to bring the UK further out of lockdown.
Our reporter took a look around some Newark shops on Thursday (July 16) to see what, if any, face coverings were on offer. Here were the results.
The charity is encouraging the public to create a Caribbean resort at home, have fun, and raise funds to help people who don’t have a home.