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Round-up of this week's district council planning applications

Round-up of this week's district council planning applications

Round-up of this week's district council planning applications

Proposals in the Newark area include the conversion of a barn into a house and the destruction of a garage.


How to enter the Advertiser's rainbow colouring competition in support of the NHS

How to enter the Advertiser's rainbow colouring competition in support of the NHS

How to enter the Advertiser's rainbow colouring competition in support of the NHS

Pictures have started popping up in people's windows to spread positivity and provide a game of I spy for children when they are out.


£8.2m gives vital cash support to 535 businesses in the district

£8.2m gives vital cash support to 535 businesses in the district

£8.2m gives vital cash support to 535 businesses in the district

The district council says it has responded swiftly to ensure businesses have received vital cash support to help them through the coronavirus crisis.


Councillors and officers to hold 'virtual meeting' in what may become national trendsetter

Councillors and officers to hold 'virtual meeting' in what may become national trendsetter

Councillors and officers to hold 'virtual meeting' in what may become national trendsetter

A council meeting being held at 2pm today with members and officers logging on from home rather than meeting in person could be a national first.


Brave bunny found fly-tipped finds new home

Brave bunny found fly-tipped finds new home

Brave bunny found fly-tipped finds new home

The lop-eared rabbit was discovered by an off-duty police officer while he was out running in February.


177 coronavirus cases confirmed in Nottinghamshire

177 coronavirus cases confirmed in Nottinghamshire

177 coronavirus cases confirmed in Nottinghamshire

The figure is up 42 since yesterday. Nottingham city itself has 91 confirmed cases, up 12 since yesterday.


Ballet class moves online to keep children dancing through the disruption

Ballet class moves online to keep children dancing through the disruption

Ballet class moves online to keep children dancing through the disruption

Babyballet owner Leah Stead said her main focus was ensuring children could still enjoy their classes, despite not being there physically.


Police chief on using new Government-announced powers for those who don't heed rules

Police chief on using new Government-announced powers for those who don't heed rules

Police chief on using new Government-announced powers for those who don't heed rules

District chief talks policing now the Government has agreed powers that can lead to fines or arrest for people who ignore coronavirus guidelines.


How is the internet coping with all this extra usage?

How is the internet coping with all this extra usage?

How is the internet coping with all this extra usage?

Openreach provides internet access to 31.8m premises and has seen a 28% increase in daytime usage over its fibre network across the UK.


Hundreds across the district join in mass applause for NHS staff

Hundreds across the district join in mass applause for NHS staff

Hundreds across the district join in mass applause for NHS staff

Last night, at 8pm, the district joined together to thank care home workers and NHS staff.


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