A WOMAN has been fined £400 after an illegal tip-run led to her rubbish being fly-tipped.
£2.28million is set to be invested into fixing potholes in Nottinghamshire.
Residents and visitors of Newark are being invited to have their say on Newark’s cultural activities and how best to promote and celebrate the town’s history and heritage.
Covid-19 testing available for anyone not showing symptoms.
Everyone has the right to be registered at a GP practice. You do not need: • a fixed address • identification And any immigration status you fall under does not get taken into account Register now at https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-services/gps/how-to-register-with-a-gp-surgery/ If you have any issues registering please call Healthwatch direct on 03000 683 000
FLY-TIPPERS have today been warned they will pay for their crimes after a man was hit with a £400 penalty for dumping his excess household waste outside a block of flats.
Newark and Sherwood District Council is calling on more people to nominate members of their local community for national honours to recognise those who have committed themselves to serving and helping Britain.
Households across Newark and Sherwood will be asked to take part in Census 2021 this spring.
Residents and businesses in Nottinghamshire are encouraged to get in touch if their Broadband speeds are not as fast as they should be.
Nottinghamshire County Council has highlighted a variety of free online events and activity ideas for the whole family to enjoy during the February half term school holiday.
MORE drivers in Newark and Sherwood will be able to power up their electric vehicles in council car parks, after a national grant has enabled eight new charge points to be installed.
Following a hugely successful sell-out for its first run in January, the Palace Theatre are bringing back their Sew-cially Distant: Patchwork Palace event for two more sessions this month. On Saturday 27th February at 10am and 2pm, their friendly team of crafters are once again inviting people of any ability to join in them for a free social hour of sewing where they’ll share some of their favourite stitching techniques, teaching participants the basics of embroidery.
Councillors at Adult Social Care and Health Committee have today approved more than £200,000 for an innovative project which will see local co-ordinators empower people to get more involved in their communities.