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Newark school closes as covid meant not enough staff to keep it open

Newark school closes as covid meant not enough staff to keep it open

Newark school closes as covid meant not enough staff to keep it open

Lover's Lane Primary and Infant School's head said the decision to close the school for a short period was backed by Public Health England.


Winners revealed after rigorous campaign

Winners revealed after rigorous campaign

Winners revealed after rigorous campaign

The votes have been counted in Newark Academy's head student election.


Notts Police and Crime Commissioner appears in video that urges greater respect be shown to shopkeepers

Notts Police and Crime Commissioner appears in video that urges greater respect be shown to shopkeepers

Notts Police and Crime Commissioner appears in video that urges greater respect be shown to shopkeepers

This week is National Respect for Shopworkers' Week.


Yellow bears, spotty tops and odd socks — Children in Need in pictures

Yellow bears, spotty tops and odd socks — Children in Need in pictures

Yellow bears, spotty tops and odd socks — Children in Need in pictures

The annual national fundraising day aims to improve the lives of disadvantaged children and young people throughout the UK.


Nine-year-old helps save his dad's life after quick thinking

Nine-year-old helps save his dad's life after quick thinking

Nine-year-old helps save his dad's life after quick thinking

After using his computer in the lounge, Brandon walked into the kitchen to see his dad, Ricky, collapsed on the kitchen floor.


Protest held outside Newark MP's office in response to vote on free school meals

Protest held outside Newark MP's office in response to vote on free school meals

Protest held outside Newark MP's office in response to vote on free school meals

Members of the Newark Labour Women's branch and Unite Community staged the protest outside of Mr Jenrick's office on London Road.


Nursery shortlisted in national awards

Nursery shortlisted in national awards

Nursery shortlisted in national awards

A nursery that aims to be involved in the community has had its efforts rewarded.


Research reveals a massacre cover-up

Research reveals a massacre cover-up

Research reveals a massacre cover-up

Research by a civil war expert has shone new light on a little-known massacre that took place in Nottinghamshire 375 years ago this month.


Learning disability charity hopes to benefit from campaign that will double donations

Learning disability charity hopes to benefit from campaign that will double donations

Learning disability charity hopes to benefit from campaign that will double donations

Reach Learning Disability, with bases in Newark and Southwell, is taking part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge.


Remembrance poem by nine-year-old boy reduces his ex-soldier father to tears

Remembrance poem by nine-year-old boy reduces his ex-soldier father to tears

Remembrance poem by nine-year-old boy reduces his ex-soldier father to tears

Harry Cumberland, of Fernwood, wrote the poem as part of a project set by his Cub Scout group in Balderton.


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