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Writer releases new crime thriller

03 April 2020
Writer releases new crime thriller

A TV actor who turned his talents to writing has released a new thriller telling a tale of murder and corruption in high places.

School's online dance-off fun

03 April 2020
School's online dance-off fun

School may be closed because of the coronavirus outbreak but that has not stopped these pupils and staff getting together to raise cash for charity.

Uber Eats driver, 35, dies from suspected coronavirus

02 April 2020
Uber Eats driver, 35, dies from suspected coronavirus

A 'hard working delivery driver' known by many, has succumbed to coronavirus aged just 35.

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Big thanks for bin men

02 April 2020
Big thanks for bin men

Drawings and messages of support have been left out to give thanks to the key workers who keep our county running.

School makes masks for NHS staff

02 April 2020
School makes masks for NHS staff

Staff, parents and pupils are working with local businesses to supply protective equipment to key workers on the coronavirus frontline.

Pub helps to feed the community

02 April 2020
Pub helps to feed the community

Fresh food is reaching self-isolating villagers thanks to deliveries by kind-hearted staff at a local pub.

Dad's mental health charity head shave

02 April 2020
Dad's mental health charity head shave

A supermarket worker has shown his concern for the wellbeing of other key workers by raising money for charity.

Gurkhas help build new hospital

01 April 2020
Gurkhas help build new hospital

Soldiers based in the county have been hard at work constructing NHS Nightingale which will care for coronavirus patients in London.

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Retired police urged to return

01 April 2020
Retired police urged to return

Officers and staff who have left the police force are being asked to consider returning to assist in the efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic.

Dental delay 'put lives at risk'

01 April 2020
Dental delay 'put lives at risk'

A dentist has claimed health bosses were too slow to act and suspend non-urgent treatment amid the growing coronavirus outbreak.

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Jobs created amid economic turmoil

01 April 2020
Jobs created amid economic turmoil

While some people have seen work dry up there are also new roles being created to meet the shifting demand caused by the virus outbreak.

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Technology keeps cub pack together

30 March 2020
Technology keeps cub pack together

The coronavirus lockdown has not stopped young cub scouts from holding their weekly meeting online.

RSPCA's emergency appeal to keep saving animals

30 March 2020
RSPCA's emergency appeal to keep saving animals

Animal lovers have been urged to donate what they can to ensure charity staff can continue caring for creatures in need during the coronavirus crisis.

Elmer art trail postponed

30 March 2020
Elmer art trail postponed

The launch of a series of public artworks has been put back until next year as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

How to protect your mental health during lockdown

30 March 2020
How to protect your mental health during lockdown

During lockdown it is more important than ever to stay mentally fit - we spoke to charity Mind who offered these tips to help get you through.

NHS assessment centre at school

27 March 2020
NHS assessment centre at school

A drive-thru medical facility for those with suspected coronavirus symptoms has been constructed in the grounds of a school.

School prints visors for NHS

27 March 2020
School prints visors for NHS

Pupils have put their technological skills to incredible use by making masks to protect health workers in the fight against coronavirus.

Going further to put food on our shelves

27 March 2020
Going further to put food on our shelves

Workers throughout the logistics industry are toiling day and night to keep our shops stocked with essential goods in these challenging times.

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Driver arrested after accident

26 March 2020
Driver arrested after accident

Police were called to a crash and a man was taken to hospital with minor injuries, but not before he was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving.

Rogue traders target elderly in homes

26 March 2020
Rogue traders target elderly in homes

Police have warned people to be vigilant after reports of unscrupulous tradesmen making off with payment for jobs not started.

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