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What winter and Christmas will look like after national lockdown restrictions are lifted

What winter and Christmas will look like after national lockdown restrictions are lifted

What winter and Christmas will look like after national lockdown restrictions are lifted

The second national lockdown will be lifted next week with a stricter tier system of coronavirus restrictions coming into force.

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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.


Temporary permission granted to Traveller family after they took over land in Balderton

Temporary permission granted to Traveller family after they took over land in Balderton

Temporary permission granted to Traveller family after they took over land in Balderton

The land, off Main Street, had permission for six flats when the family took over the site in September.

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Council to pursue award scheme rather than taking on monitoring officer's advice

Council to pursue award scheme rather than taking on monitoring officer's advice

Council to pursue award scheme rather than taking on monitoring officer's advice

A council rocked by in-fighting is set to pursue an award scheme instead of following independent advice aimed at resolving issues.

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Here's what the government says you can and can't do from Friday

Here's what the government says you can and can't do from Friday

Here's what the government says you can and can't do from Friday

Infection rates in Nottinghamshire are among the highest in the country and continue to rise rapidly.


Newark and Sherwood along with the whole of Nottinghamshire will be in Tier 3 lockdown on Friday

Newark and Sherwood along with the whole of Nottinghamshire will be in Tier 3 lockdown on Friday

Newark and Sherwood along with the whole of Nottinghamshire will be in Tier 3 lockdown on Friday

The lockdown period will be for an initial 28 days, and has been delayed by 24 hours as it was supposed to come in Thursday.


Concerns tier three measures won't be enough to control virus

Concerns tier three measures won't be enough to control virus

Concerns tier three measures won't be enough to control virus

The leader of Rushcliffe Borough Council said he had aimed to balance the importance of virus control, the economy and people’s wellbeing.


County to cover cost of holiday free school meals

County to cover cost of holiday free school meals

County to cover cost of holiday free school meals

More than £650,000 has been set aside to cover the cost of feeding 22,000 eligible children.


Labour appeal to council leaders to deliver free school meals scheme

Labour appeal to council leaders to deliver free school meals scheme

Labour appeal to council leaders to deliver free school meals scheme

The Labour group has called on Newark and Sherwood District Council to provide free meals to children who need them during the school holidays.


Newark and Sherwood MPs vote against extending free school meals over holidays

Newark and Sherwood MPs vote against extending free school meals over holidays

Newark and Sherwood MPs vote against extending free school meals over holidays

Robert Jenrick and Mark Spencer voted, along with all Tory MPs, not to extend free meals over the school holidays to Easter.

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Plaques mark long council service

Plaques mark long council service

Plaques mark long council service

Two late councillors had given nearly 75 years' service between them to their parish.


Outgoing Notts County Council leader survives leadership challenge

Outgoing Notts County Council leader survives leadership challenge

Outgoing Notts County Council leader survives leadership challenge

Kay Cutts defeated Neil Clarke at today's Conservative Group annual meeting.


Leadership challenge imagined as unitary authority plans in "the long grass"

Leadership challenge imagined as unitary authority plans in "the long grass"

Leadership challenge imagined as unitary authority plans in "the long grass"

County councillor says he doesn't believe the evidence was there to support leader Kay Cutts' unitary authority proposal.


MP defends Newark's inclusion on Towns Fund list

MP defends Newark's inclusion on Towns Fund list

MP defends Newark's inclusion on Towns Fund list

Speaking on the BBC's The Andrew Marr show, Robert Jenrick said the decision had been taken by another minister based on advice from civil servants.


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