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Civil War statue has found a new home

Civil War statue has found a new home

Civil War statue has found a new home

20 November 2019

The statue of Civil War Roundhead and Cavalier soldiers, formerly outside Newark Library, was moved on Sunday.


Multi-agency approach to crack down on rogue waste operators

Multi-agency approach to crack down on rogue waste operators

Multi-agency approach to crack down on rogue waste operators

20 November 2019

Rogue waste operators, illegal scrap services and un-roadworthy vehicles were targeted.


Reduction on bulky waste collection

Reduction on bulky waste collection

Reduction on bulky waste collection

20 November 2019

Newark and Sherwood District Council voted to reduce the bulky waste and white goods collection charges.

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Borough set to become a lot greener

Borough set to become a lot greener

Borough set to become a lot greener

16 November 2019

More than 5,000 free trees will be distributed to householders and parishes as part of the council's environmental campaign.


Warning issued over fly-tipping

Warning issued over fly-tipping

Warning issued over fly-tipping

15 November 2019

People who turn to social media sites for tip runs are warned that they could end up in court.


Fallen tree blocks road

Fallen tree blocks road

Fallen tree blocks road

14 November 2019

A tree is blocking a road between Newark and Southwell.


Heavy rain causing chaos on roads

Heavy rain causing chaos on roads

Heavy rain causing chaos on roads

14 November 2019

Flooding is currently causing trouble on the roads in the area today.


Red flood warning issued today

Red flood warning issued today

Red flood warning issued today

14 November 2019

The Environment Agency has issued three red flood warnings for the district.


Ecobricks group gathers momentum after meeting

Ecobricks group gathers momentum after meeting

Ecobricks group gathers momentum after meeting

13 November 2019

A workshop about how to re-purpose single-use plastics was organised by environmental campaigner Alexandra Abraham.


Residents warned to be vigilant after flooding

Residents warned to be vigilant after flooding

Residents warned to be vigilant after flooding

11 November 2019

Residents in Newark and Sherwood are today being urged to remain vigilant after flooding threatened homes in Newark.


Met Office issue yellow weather warning

Met Office issue yellow weather warning

Met Office issue yellow weather warning

10 November 2019

A yellow warning of rain for the Newark and surrounding area has been issued by the Met Office.


Flooding latest - river levels set to fall

Flooding latest - river levels set to fall

Flooding latest - river levels set to fall

10 November 2019

The Enironment Agency has confirmed that river levels are now falling at the Farndon river gauge, and are now below the flood risk threshold.


Double yellow lines likely to be painted around business park after HGV complaints

Double yellow lines likely to be painted around business park after HGV complaints

Double yellow lines likely to be painted around business park after HGV complaints

10 November 2019

Via East Midlands is consulting on behalf of the highways authority, Nottinghamshire County Council, in respect of the complaints.


GALLERY: Flooding in Newark

GALLERY: Flooding in Newark

GALLERY: Flooding in Newark

09 November 2019

Nottinghamshire Police are warning people in Newark to heed flooding advice, as the A617 at Kelham Bridge is closed and Tolney Lane is evacuated.


Red alert for flooding today

Red alert for flooding today

Red alert for flooding today

09 November 2019

The Environment Agency has issued red flood warnings for Newark, as well as others in the area.


A round-up of this week's planning applications

A round-up of this week's planning applications

A round-up of this week's planning applications

09 November 2019

This week's district council planning applications include proposals to change the use of a retail unit in Newark.


Men in Sheds upgrade school playground for outdoor teaching

Men in Sheds upgrade school playground for outdoor teaching

Men in Sheds upgrade school playground for outdoor teaching

09 November 2019

They made the trip to Lovers' Lane Primary School to help restore picnic benches and learning areas to perfect condition.


County council encourages residents in flood zones to remain vigilant

County council encourages residents in flood zones to remain vigilant

County council encourages residents in flood zones to remain vigilant

08 November 2019

Nottinghamshire County Council has urged residents to remain vigilant and prepared for further possible flooding.


Housing development to go ahead as district council votes in favour of changes

Housing development to go ahead as district council votes in favour of changes

Housing development to go ahead as district council votes in favour of changes

08 November 2019

The planning committee voted in favour of an application confirming aspects of a three-home housing development.


Super gullies at centre of £4.3m flood prevention project in town

Super gullies at centre of £4.3m flood prevention project in town

Super gullies at centre of £4.3m flood prevention project in town

08 November 2019

It is part of the cross-council funded scheme that aims to protect 240 properties and 60 businesses.


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