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There were a variety of opinions from members of the public and businesses in response to Nottinghamshire being placed in the 'high risk' category.
With average property prices in the East Midlands being £241,749, they are £387,512 cheaper than the Greater London average of £629,261.
Walk A Mile In My Shoes is being run by Shawmind and wants to get people thinking about and discussing the issues by walking and talking for a month.
You could be in with the chance of winning a two-bedroom detached cottage in Ollerton by purchasing a ticket in a raffle.
There are several events that people can get out and enjoy as part of Heritage Open Days.
Supporters of Christian Aid will be aiming to complete a virtual pilgrimage throughout September.
The first sod was cut for a new primary school that will spark a bright new future for Newark’s last remaining infants’ school.
The 20metre by 10metre pool, in Ollerton, is part of a major investment programme in leisure facilities across the district.
Shawmind is offering the training in light of the rise in mental ill health, thanks in part to the covid-19 lockdown,
Diners claimed 108,000 discounted meals in the Newark constituency in August under the Eat Out To Help Out scheme.
There has previously been six horse fatalities in one month at the Southwell racetrack.
Magnus Church of England Academy is to appoint a new head as its current one Anna Martin moves into a new executive role.