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Covid figures in Newark and Sherwood today

Covid figures in Newark and Sherwood today

Covid figures in Newark and Sherwood today

Public Health England has released the daily figures for Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire.


ARREST: Would-be thieves captured hiding in darkness among reeds by police dogs

ARREST: Would-be thieves captured hiding in darkness among reeds by police dogs

ARREST: Would-be thieves captured hiding in darkness among reeds by police dogs

The suspects sneaked into Nottinghamshire to try and steal a vehicle from a rural village last night.

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Building bamboo wigwams for sweet peas — Get gardening with Gillie

Building bamboo wigwams for sweet peas — Get gardening with Gillie

Building bamboo wigwams for sweet peas — Get gardening with Gillie

I’ve had to put them into bigger pots as they are growing rather quickly now and I’m not ready to plant them out, writes Gillie Wilkinson.


Funds agreed by councillors dismissing claims all Southwell residents are wealthy

Funds agreed by councillors dismissing claims all Southwell residents are wealthy

Funds agreed by councillors dismissing claims all Southwell residents are wealthy

Southwell Town Council voted to support Citizens Advice Sherwood and Newark moving forward.


87-home plan for busy part of Newark deferred despite being allocated for residential

87-home plan for busy part of Newark deferred despite being allocated for residential

87-home plan for busy part of Newark deferred despite being allocated for residential

Newark and Sherwood District Council planning members deferred the application for 293 Bowbridge Road to decide reasonable grounds for its refusal.

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Dad's careless driving cost his 12-year-old son his life

Dad's careless driving cost his 12-year-old son his life

Dad's careless driving cost his 12-year-old son his life

The 44-year-old had cut a corner which took him on to the wrong side of the road.


Covid hospital admissions down and vaccination programme booming

Covid hospital admissions down and vaccination programme booming

Covid hospital admissions down and vaccination programme booming

Admissions are down and figures show almost 800,000 people vaccinated, almost 60,000 in the last week, says Nottinghamshire health expert.


Picture painted of a lady of strong beliefs

Picture painted of a lady of strong beliefs

Picture painted of a lady of strong beliefs

This article, written by RACHEL SHELDRAKE, is one in a series commissioned by The Acorns Project.


Rail disruption continues for LNER passengers

Rail disruption continues for LNER passengers

Rail disruption continues for LNER passengers

LNER says 75% of its service is running after a number of trains were taken out of service because cracks were found in them.


Housing development plans rejected

Housing development plans rejected

Housing development plans rejected

Plans to build 15 homes near a village pub has been rejected because they would have been built on greenfield land.


Supermarket offers innovators the chance to sell their products on its shelves

Supermarket offers innovators the chance to sell their products on its shelves

Supermarket offers innovators the chance to sell their products on its shelves

Morrisons is opening up its aisles to entrepreneurs looking to take their grocery products on a fast-track journey to a national supermarket.


Sports film-maker to document his own gruelling challenge

Sports film-maker to document his own gruelling challenge

Sports film-maker to document his own gruelling challenge

He has filmed sporting events worldwide, including F, and, a keen cyclist, he has decided to document his own event, riding 1,000 miles unaided.


Coronavirus cases in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

Coronavirus cases in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

Coronavirus cases in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

Public Health England has released the daily figures for Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire.


'I write in the hope others don’t suffer'

'I write in the hope others don’t suffer'

'I write in the hope others don’t suffer'

To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, former Advertiser news editor Lucy Millard has written this article about the death of her daughter, Bethan.

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