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Newark church gardens signage torn off its posts by vandals replaced by sign maker

Newark church gardens signage torn off its posts by vandals replaced by sign maker

Newark church gardens signage torn off its posts by vandals replaced by sign maker

21 October 2021

A sign maker has replaced church garden signage in Newark after vandals tore one of its posts.


Balderton care home gets a taste of traditional British cuisine

Balderton care home gets a taste of traditional British cuisine

Balderton care home gets a taste of traditional British cuisine

21 October 2021

Residents at a care home helped to cook classic dishes for British Food Fortnight.


Newark chief executive named among top 50 business leaders

Newark chief executive named among top 50 business leaders

Newark chief executive named among top 50 business leaders

21 October 2021

A Newark business leader has been named in a UK top 50.


Schoolboy left with wobbly teeth after tripping on hole in pavement

Schoolboy left with wobbly teeth after tripping on hole in pavement

Schoolboy left with wobbly teeth after tripping on hole in pavement

21 October 2021

A six-year-old boy could need dental treatment after tripping in a hole in a pavement and falling on his face.

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Gang part of £1.36m cocaine conspiracy jailed for total of 104 years

Gang part of £1.36m cocaine conspiracy jailed for total of 104 years

Gang part of £1.36m cocaine conspiracy jailed for total of 104 years

20 October 2021

Ten men involved in distributing around £1.36m of high-purity cocaine have been jailed for a total of 104 years.


This week's court listings include drink driver and assault on policeman

This week's court listings include drink driver and assault on policeman

This week's court listings include drink driver and assault on policeman

20 October 2021

This week's court listings of the Newark area include a drink driver and a man who assaulted a police officer.


Peaceful protest organised in bid to save Newark gym

Peaceful protest organised in bid to save Newark gym

Peaceful protest organised in bid to save Newark gym

20 October 2021

A peaceful protest has been organised in a bid to save a popular Newark gym.

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Disgraced councillors heckled as they agreed to council improvement board

Disgraced councillors heckled as they agreed to council improvement board

Disgraced councillors heckled as they agreed to council improvement board

20 October 2021

Councillors banished from the Tory Party for harassing their clerk were relentlessly heckled by residents as they agreed to an improvement board.


Man invites others to join him in delivering care packages to homeless

Man invites others to join him in delivering care packages to homeless

Man invites others to join him in delivering care packages to homeless

19 October 2021

A man known for his fundraising is asking people to join him in delivering care packages to the homeless.


Hit and run leaves boy hospitalised

Hit and run leaves boy hospitalised

Hit and run leaves boy hospitalised

19 October 2021

A boy was taken to hospital after being involved in a hit and run.


The most popular regional baby names since 2001 revealed

The most popular regional baby names since 2001 revealed

The most popular regional baby names since 2001 revealed

19 October 2021

As Olivia and Oliver are named the most popular names for 2020, analysis of baby name data since 2001 paints a different regional picture.


Dads to visit Balderton in 300-mile suicide awareness fundraiser today

Dads to visit Balderton in 300-mile suicide awareness fundraiser today

Dads to visit Balderton in 300-mile suicide awareness fundraiser today

18 October 2021

Three dads will be visiting Balderton today (Monday) as part a 300-mile charity walk across the country.


Over 100 young cadets get first-hand experience in everyday policing

Over 100 young cadets get first-hand experience in everyday policing

Over 100 young cadets get first-hand experience in everyday policing

17 October 2021

More than 100 young people are set to get a first-hand look at policing as they become Nottinghamshire Police's newest recruits.


Daughter's Macmillan coffee morning in memory of her mum

Daughter's Macmillan coffee morning in memory of her mum

Daughter's Macmillan coffee morning in memory of her mum

17 October 2021

A daughter who held a Macmillan coffee morning in memory of her mum said the level of support she received was nothing short of amazing.


Woman desperate for her missing fiancé to get in touch after CCTV sighting

Woman desperate for her missing fiancé to get in touch after CCTV sighting

Woman desperate for her missing fiancé to get in touch after CCTV sighting

16 October 2021

A woman says she is desperate for her missing fiancé to get in touch with her after he was spotted on CCTV.


Protesters will 'physically stop' any attempt to fell trees for Newark carpark extension

Protesters will 'physically stop' any attempt to fell trees for Newark carpark extension

Protesters will 'physically stop' any attempt to fell trees for Newark carpark extension

16 October 2021

Campaigners have warned the district council they will camp on a piece of green space in Newark the authority is to build a carpark on.

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Three-year-old left devastated after thieves steal pumpkins she was selling for charity

Three-year-old left devastated after thieves steal pumpkins she was selling for charity

Three-year-old left devastated after thieves steal pumpkins she was selling for charity

16 October 2021

A three year-old has been left devastated after thieves stole pumpkins she was selling to raise money for a hospital.


Minster's late 13th Century Chapter House re-opens its doors after £3.1m restoration

Minster's late 13th Century Chapter House re-opens its doors after £3.1m restoration

Minster's late 13th Century Chapter House re-opens its doors after £3.1m restoration

15 October 2021

The late 13th Century Chapter House at Southwell Minster is set to officially re-open tonight (Friday) following a £3.1m restoration.


Newark case rates above England average as health experts issue reminder of covid-19 dangers

Newark case rates above England average as health experts issue reminder of covid-19 dangers

Newark case rates above England average as health experts issue reminder of covid-19 dangers

15 October 2021

Public health experts have stressed covid-19 is still in the community as the county's rates race ahead of the national average.


'We will fight on': Protesters' pledge after Newark carpark extension and tree felling agreed

'We will fight on': Protesters' pledge after Newark carpark extension and tree felling agreed

'We will fight on': Protesters' pledge after Newark carpark extension and tree felling agreed

15 October 2021

The environmental community says it will fight on after it was agreed trees they worked so hard to protect would be chopped.

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