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Date announced for return of Newark Dragon Boat Festival as registration opens

08 February 2024
Date announced for return of Newark Dragon Boat Festival as registration opens

Date announced for return of Newark Dragon Boat Festival as registration opens

08 February 2024

The Newark Dragon Boat Festival is ready to roar as it returns for the fifth time later this year.

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Forest fans fundraising with charity trek to football game

07 February 2024
Forest fans fundraising with charity trek to football game

Forest fans fundraising with charity trek to football game

07 February 2024

Five friends are going the distance in a fundraising feat by trekking over 20 miles to a Nottingham Forest game in support of charity.


The ever changing history of Newark Castle unearthed

31 January 2024
The ever changing history of Newark Castle unearthed

The ever changing history of Newark Castle unearthed

31 January 2024

An archaeological dig has unearthed the ever-changing landscape of Newark.


Opposition to school development plans remains strong

30 January 2024
Opposition to school development plans remains strong

Opposition to school development plans remains strong

30 January 2024

Residents have reaffirmed their defiant stance of opposition to a new housing development at the Lilley and Stone School.

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Tree works dominate latest planning applications to be submitted

29 January 2024
Tree works dominate latest planning applications to be submitted

Tree works dominate latest planning applications to be submitted

29 January 2024

The following applications have been submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council.


Trustees resign after ‘detrimental’ plans submitted for former school site

29 January 2024
Trustees resign after ‘detrimental’ plans submitted for former school site

Trustees resign after ‘detrimental’ plans submitted for former school site

29 January 2024

Three councillors have resigned as Lilley and Stone trustees after controversial plans for the site were submitted.

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Rent increase of 7.7% recommended for council housing

28 January 2024
Rent increase of 7.7% recommended for council housing

Rent increase of 7.7% recommended for council housing

28 January 2024

A council is recommending a 7.7% increase in rent for its tenants in council housing.


Historic hall plays host to feature film production

28 January 2024
Historic hall plays host to feature film production

Historic hall plays host to feature film production

28 January 2024

A picturesque Nottinghamshire village has been taken over by a large film production.


Police dogs undergo enhanced firearms team training

28 January 2024
Police dogs undergo enhanced firearms team training

Police dogs undergo enhanced firearms team training

28 January 2024

Two police dogs are taking part in an enhanced training course so that they can work alongside firearms officers.\

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Church choir to tour Germany

28 January 2024
Church choir to tour Germany

Church choir to tour Germany

28 January 2024

A church choir has announced that they are going to be touring Germany this spring.

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Funeral directors offer ‘dealing with death’ training to care homes

28 January 2024
Funeral directors offer ‘dealing with death’ training to care homes

Funeral directors offer ‘dealing with death’ training to care homes

28 January 2024

A family funeral directors has been offering its services to care homes across the region to help staff deal with the bereaved.


Force stands together to remember those lost to genocide

27 January 2024
Force stands together to remember those lost to genocide

Force stands together to remember those lost to genocide

27 January 2024

Nottinghamshire Police has marked Holocaust Memorial Day by lighting candles in memory of the lives lost to genocide.

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Man taken to hospital after motorcycle crash

27 January 2024
Man taken to hospital after motorcycle crash

Man taken to hospital after motorcycle crash

27 January 2024

A man has been take to hospital after being involved in a motorcycle crash.

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Council reminds owners of XL Bully dogs about new policy

27 January 2024
Council reminds owners of XL Bully dogs about new policy

Council reminds owners of XL Bully dogs about new policy

27 January 2024

Council tenants who already owned an XL Bully dog before January 31 will be able to keep their dogs if they comply fully with new government policy.


Making the most of unexpected encounters with wildlife

27 January 2024
Making the most of unexpected encounters with wildlife

Making the most of unexpected encounters with wildlife

27 January 2024

In his latest column, Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, reflects on some chance meetings with foxes.


Property of the Week: Spacious and adaptable family home

26 January 2024
Property of the Week: Spacious and adaptable family home

Property of the Week: Spacious and adaptable family home

26 January 2024

A family sized, four to five bedroom home is on the market for £650,000 with Richard Watkinson and Partners, Newark.


Concerns over large-scale solar park plans which would ‘ruin lives’

26 January 2024
Concerns over large-scale solar park plans which would ‘ruin lives’

Concerns over large-scale solar park plans which would ‘ruin lives’

26 January 2024

Major concerns have been raised about how the construction of a large-scale solar farm will affect rural communities.

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Solar park developer responds to community concerns

26 January 2024
Solar park developer responds to community concerns

Solar park developer responds to community concerns

26 January 2024

The developer of a 1.5m panel solar farm has responded to concerns from residents living in the communities most affected by the project plans.

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Road closed after sinkhole opens up

25 January 2024
Road closed after sinkhole opens up

Road closed after sinkhole opens up

25 January 2024

A road is now closed after a sink hole opened up in a town.


Wet winter could dampen landmark memorial project progress

25 January 2024
Wet winter could dampen landmark memorial project progress

Wet winter could dampen landmark memorial project progress

25 January 2024

Organisers behind a landmark memorial project say that progress will be weather dependent after an incredibly wet few months.


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