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Time for the district council to take over centre?

10 January 2020
Time for the district council to take over centre?

Time for the district council to take over centre?

10 January 2020

Roger Jackson, leisure and environment committee chairman, said he thought it was time the centre came under the district council's management.


New book tackles bullying and belief

09 January 2020
New book tackles bullying and belief

New book tackles bullying and belief

09 January 2020

Becky BigTeeth And The Battle Of Elfaron, by Dan Watford, is aimed at young adults and sends a strong message about things not being as they appear.


Floating pub set to close for re-plating

09 January 2020
Floating pub set to close for re-plating

Floating pub set to close for re-plating

09 January 2020

The Castle Barge, moored on Town Wharf, is to be closed on Monday for up to six weeks as the boat needs to be re-plated


Christmas trees dumped in layby

09 January 2020
Christmas trees dumped in layby

Christmas trees dumped in layby

09 January 2020

A tonne of Christmas trees were found fly-tipped on a layby on the A617, near to the Averham traffic lights.


Last chance for school application

08 January 2020
Last chance for school application

Last chance for school application

08 January 2020

Nottinghamshire County Council has urged parents to select their four school preferences before Wednesday's deadline.


Investigation into hunt seen on railway line

08 January 2020
Investigation into hunt seen on railway line

Investigation into hunt seen on railway line

08 January 2020

A video captured by Sheffield Hunt Saboteurs is reported to be of members of the Grove and Rufford Hunt riding down an active railway line.


Visitors hoping for pleasant fishing holiday may be in for smelly surprise

08 January 2020
Visitors hoping for pleasant fishing holiday may be in for smelly surprise

Visitors hoping for pleasant fishing holiday may be in for smelly surprise

08 January 2020

Proposed plans build a £28m animal rendering factory will produce a bad smell and put visitors off, claimed a business owner.


Ofsted said school is improving

07 January 2020
Ofsted said school is improving

Ofsted said school is improving

07 January 2020

William Gladstone Church of England Academy was judged to be requiring improvement, but the inspection found the school to be rapidly improving.


Car crashes into Lord Ted roundabout

07 January 2020
Car crashes into Lord Ted roundabout

Car crashes into Lord Ted roundabout

07 January 2020

Nottinghamshire Police were called to the Lord Ted/A46 Farndon roundabout at Farndon this morning following reports of a collision.


‘Time capsule’ set to be demolished

07 January 2020
‘Time capsule’ set to be demolished

‘Time capsule’ set to be demolished

07 January 2020

A demolition notice has been put up on the front of the former coal merchants office on Cross Street, much to the sadness of local man Phil Ayling.


Funding of £2m opens for flood-affected farmers

07 January 2020
Funding of £2m opens for flood-affected farmers

Funding of £2m opens for flood-affected farmers

07 January 2020

Farmers who suffered uninsurable damage to their property in the November floods can apply for a £2m government fund.


Integrity earned a games’ day treat

06 January 2020
Integrity earned a games’ day treat

Integrity earned a games’ day treat

06 January 2020

Pupils who deserved a special treat were given an afternoon of games and entertainment.


Severely ill pensioner fined for over-staying at Waitrose

06 January 2020
Severely ill pensioner fined for over-staying at Waitrose

Severely ill pensioner fined for over-staying at Waitrose

06 January 2020

A frail shopper has appealed to Waitrose to be considerate of their elderly patrons after being hit with a parking fine.


School hits the lottery jackpot

06 January 2020
School hits the lottery jackpot

School hits the lottery jackpot

06 January 2020

Children will be able to get even more exercise after a substantial grant from the National Lottery.


Youngsters to see outside Newark after charity given mini bus

04 January 2020
Youngsters to see outside Newark after charity given mini bus

Youngsters to see outside Newark after charity given mini bus

04 January 2020

The Newark Emmaus Trust was gifted a new mini bus by the BNA Charitable Incorporated Organisation.


Bright sparks work with fire fighters

03 January 2020
Bright sparks work with fire fighters

Bright sparks work with fire fighters

03 January 2020

Students from Newark College took on the opportunity to complete a lighting installation at Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue’s training facility.


Nursery delivers Santa suitcase to children

03 January 2020
Nursery delivers Santa suitcase to children

Nursery delivers Santa suitcase to children

03 January 2020

The nursery delivered new toys to the Children’s Bereavement Centre in Newark.


Hunt confirms one of its hounds died on A1 at Newark

02 January 2020
Hunt confirms one of its hounds died on A1 at Newark

Hunt confirms one of its hounds died on A1 at Newark

02 January 2020

It has been confirmed that the hounds found on the A1 at Newark were from the South Nottinghamshire Hunt.


Police appeal after woman goes missing

02 January 2020
Police appeal after woman goes missing

Police appeal after woman goes missing

02 January 2020

Nottinghamshire Police are appealing for information after Evora De La Tour went missing from Newark on Sunday.


Dog died on A1

02 January 2020
Dog died on A1

Dog died on A1

02 January 2020

Nottinghamshire Police were called to the A1 in Newark yesterday following reports of dogs running on the carriageway.

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