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Save the beach or the festival? Residents have their say

Save the beach or the festival? Residents have their say

Save the beach or the festival? Residents have their say

In its weekly voxpop, the Advertiser found out which event people would rather save – Newark Festival or Newark-on-Sea?


Council issue advice on fly-tipping

Council issue advice on fly-tipping

Council issue advice on fly-tipping

A council has reiterated guidelines to the public about waste dumped by fly-tipping.


New suicide prevention strategy aiming to fill mental health support gaps for children in care

New suicide prevention strategy aiming to fill mental health support gaps for children in care

New suicide prevention strategy aiming to fill mental health support gaps for children in care

A new suicide prevention plan is aiming to fill gaps in mental health support for Nottinghamshire children who are in care.


Putting a spotlight on mental health and wellbeing

Putting a spotlight on mental health and wellbeing

Putting a spotlight on mental health and wellbeing

Hundreds of pupils from the county’s schools came together to explore wellbeing and mental health support at an engaging event.

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More children to be offered Covid-19 booster jab

More children to be offered Covid-19 booster jab

More children to be offered Covid-19 booster jab

A Covid-19 booster jab will be offered to millions of patients in the spring and for the first time more children will be offered an extra vaccine.


New pharmacy first scheme aims to ease pressure on GPs

New pharmacy first scheme aims to ease pressure on GPs

New pharmacy first scheme aims to ease pressure on GPs

The launch of a new service will give patients more choice in how and where they access healthcare with added options at pharmacies.

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More to be done despite improvements to special educational needs services

More to be done despite improvements to special educational needs services

More to be done despite improvements to special educational needs services

A council has said its services for children with special educational needs are improving — but admitted there is still more to be done.


Mental health and wellbeing event set to spread message of support to students

Mental health and wellbeing event set to spread message of support to students

Mental health and wellbeing event set to spread message of support to students

More than 700 young people are set to benefit from a mental health and wellbeing event as part of Children’s Mental Health Week.


Thirty years of helping community’s hearing

Thirty years of helping community’s hearing

Thirty years of helping community’s hearing

A family-run hearing care provider is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.

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Men’s mental health hospital officially opened

Men’s mental health hospital officially opened

Men’s mental health hospital officially opened

A new state-of-the-art hospital has been opened to support men struggling with their mental health.

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Permission granted for diagnostics centre to offer 130,000 extra tests per year

Permission granted for diagnostics centre to offer 130,000 extra tests per year

Permission granted for diagnostics centre to offer 130,000 extra tests per year

A newly-approved community diagnostics centre will offer patients quicker diagnosis by carrying out 130,000 extra medical tests every year.


Decision on overnight closure of Urgent Treatment Centre to be made by spring

Decision on overnight closure of Urgent Treatment Centre to be made by spring

Decision on overnight closure of Urgent Treatment Centre to be made by spring

The NHS has confirmed it will not make a decision on plans to permanently close overnight services at Newark’s Urgent Treatment Centre until spring.

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Disposable vapes ban ‘welcome news’, but more action needed says councillor

Disposable vapes ban ‘welcome news’, but more action needed says councillor

Disposable vapes ban ‘welcome news’, but more action needed says councillor

A councillor has said it is “welcome news” disposable vapes will be banned in the UK, but suggested further action is needed.


Outgoing public health director says country will face similar threat to Covid in future

Outgoing public health director says country will face similar threat to Covid in future

Outgoing public health director says country will face similar threat to Covid in future

The public health director who led Nottinghamshire through the Covid pandemic believes the country is at risk of a similar threat in the future.

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