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Road closure causes headache for businesses

Road closure causes headache for businesses

Road closure causes headache for businesses

29 July 2019

Businesses are being affected after a hole appeared in the carriageway on Kirkgate on Saturday night and the road was closed due to safety reasons.

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Collingham woman fined for 'stepping out of' B&M Newark carpark

Collingham woman fined for 'stepping out of' B&M Newark carpark

Collingham woman fined for 'stepping out of' B&M Newark carpark

25 July 2019

Katherine Martin parked-up to purchase goods at B&M and the Co-op it shares a carpark with on Victoria Street.

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The East Midlands Chamber congratulates new Prime Minister

The East Midlands Chamber congratulates new Prime Minister

The East Midlands Chamber congratulates new Prime Minister

23 July 2019

The East Midlands Chamber has today written to Boris Johnson to congratulate him on his appointments.


Ollerton firm's longest-serving employee retires after 45 years

Ollerton firm's longest-serving employee retires after 45 years

Ollerton firm's longest-serving employee retires after 45 years

22 July 2019

Staff have bid a fond farewell to Dave Smith after clocking up 45 years of service.


Your chance to join the Advertiser team

Your chance to join the Advertiser team

Your chance to join the Advertiser team

21 July 2019

Iliffe Publishing is searching for its first editorial apprentice.


Remote control enthusiasts gather at Newark Showground for national event

Remote control enthusiasts gather at Newark Showground for national event

Remote control enthusiasts gather at Newark Showground for national event

21 July 2019

The UK Remote Control Truckers’ National Gathering 2019 attracted a couple hundred people last weekend to enjoy all-things remote.


Food and Drinks Awards coming soon

Food and Drinks Awards coming soon

Food and Drinks Awards coming soon

20 July 2019

The new North Notts Food and Drink Awards 2019, run by Made magazine, will highlight the best the area has to offer.


Cooks celebrate new home range

Cooks celebrate new home range

Cooks celebrate new home range

18 July 2019

Cooks & Company, on Brunel Drive, will be celebrating the launch of its new home range, LIVING, with the chance to win some fabulous prizes.


Robin Hood scheme set to start in weeks

Robin Hood scheme set to start in weeks

Robin Hood scheme set to start in weeks

18 July 2019

Work to transform the derelict former Robin Hood Hotel, Newark, into a new hotel will start in the next few weeks.


East Midlands Ambulance Services rated 'Good' after significant improvement

East Midlands Ambulance Services rated 'Good' after significant improvement

East Midlands Ambulance Services rated 'Good' after significant improvement

18 July 2019

After requiring improvement in its Care Quality Commission report in 2017 EMAS has been rated 'Good' overall and 'Outstanding' for its care.


Shop’s future threatened by anti-social behaviour

Shop’s future threatened by anti-social behaviour

Shop’s future threatened by anti-social behaviour

17 July 2019

Mr Tom Blakemore, who owns GH Porter Provisions, is facing a bill of thousands of pounds to replace the store’s main window.

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White officers at Notts Police dramatically out-weigh ethnic minorities

White officers at Notts Police dramatically out-weigh ethnic minorities

White officers at Notts Police dramatically out-weigh ethnic minorities

17 July 2019

Research has found there are nearly 1,700% more white officers than ethnic minorities at Nottinghamshire Police.


Vandalism threatens long-established store's future

Vandalism threatens long-established store's future

Vandalism threatens long-established store's future

16 July 2019

Mr Tom Blakemore, who owns GH Porter Provisions in Newark Market Place, is facing a bill of thousands of pounds to replace the store's main window.


Fears raised over Islamic Institute site

Fears raised over Islamic Institute site

Fears raised over Islamic Institute site

14 July 2019

An investigation is under way as to why a derelict former Islamic Institute in Flintham is still standing.


New beers on 'tap' in Winkburn brewery

New beers on 'tap' in Winkburn brewery

New beers on 'tap' in Winkburn brewery

14 July 2019

Beermats Brewing Company have opened a brand new taproom on their premises in Winkburn


Scaffolding removed as Newark Castle repairs completed

Scaffolding removed as Newark Castle repairs completed

Scaffolding removed as Newark Castle repairs completed

12 July 2019

Building works were carried out after a large crack was spotted in Newark Castle's curtain wall.


Junior chefs cook up a storm

Junior chefs cook up a storm

Junior chefs cook up a storm

12 July 2019

Pupils from Gunthorpe primary school have been joining forces with Tom Brown's brasserie to take part in a Junior Masterchef challenge.


Newark Book Festival: Events on offer

Newark Book Festival: Events on offer

Newark Book Festival: Events on offer

12 July 2019

The annual Newark Book Festival arrives this weekend with 55 events taking place across 12 venues.


Pub refurbishment among latest planning applications.

Pub refurbishment among latest planning applications.

Pub refurbishment among latest planning applications.

10 July 2019

Plans to refurbish the Old King's Arms pub in Newark have been submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council.


Bakery wins window competition

Bakery wins window competition

Bakery wins window competition

07 July 2019

Davison’s Bakery, on Appletongate, was chosen as Totally Locally’s festival window competition winner for its creative display.


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