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As we pass the anniversary of the first lockdown many of us will be reflecting on a year like no other, writes Simon Shaw, of Duncan & Toplis.
Many will feel a sense of relief and freedom today as the next major stage of lifting lockdown begins.
It is Comic Relief tomorrow (Friday, March 19) and we would love to receive your photos!
A review of the local validation checklist for planning applications has been launched by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
He has showcased the joint work of police and mental health nurses who deal with potential suicide victims as part of a new documentary tonight.
Although schools can’t currently visit in person, the National Civil War Centre’s learning team is continuing to support teachers remotely.
It will blend audio and visual elements to explore the experiences of people who have gone above and beyond for the community during the pandemic.
So, if you're still hanging onto your ex, ex partner's password — you may have a problem.
And you'll be glad to hear it's positive news.
Health chief Jonathan Gribbin wants offspring to communicate their love, not covid.
For the first time since October, the number of covid patient-occupied beds in Notts' hospitals has fallen below the virus' peak in April last year.