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Firefighters share images of recycling centre fire

Firefighters share images of recycling centre fire

Firefighters share images of recycling centre fire

24 September 2020

A fire crew have shared images after attending an incident at a recycling centre.


Man pleads guilty in relation to Bingham crash involving teen and his dog

Man pleads guilty in relation to Bingham crash involving teen and his dog

Man pleads guilty in relation to Bingham crash involving teen and his dog

24 September 2020

Andrew Pittman of Carnarvon Close, Bingham, has pleaded guilty in relation to a crash involving a 17-year-old boy and his dog on Tuesday.


Public urged to download and use NHS' Test and Trace app from today

Public urged to download and use NHS' Test and Trace app from today

Public urged to download and use NHS' Test and Trace app from today

24 September 2020

The app has six key features that will help users and their community to reduce the risks posed by coronavirus.


Bingham teen faces more leg surgery after being hit by a car when walking his dog

Bingham teen faces more leg surgery after being hit by a car when walking his dog

Bingham teen faces more leg surgery after being hit by a car when walking his dog

24 September 2020

Daniel Moncaster's father John said his boy was 'left for dead' at the side of the road with his dog after he was in collision with a car.


Newark's traditional start to Christmas is cancelled because of coronavirus

Newark's traditional start to Christmas is cancelled because of coronavirus

Newark's traditional start to Christmas is cancelled because of coronavirus

24 September 2020

It has been decided the November Christmas lights’ switch-on event that attracts thousands of people cannot go ahead on safety grounds.


Newark and Sherwood sees highest rise in covid cases in Nottinghamshire today

Newark and Sherwood sees highest rise in covid cases in Nottinghamshire today

Newark and Sherwood sees highest rise in covid cases in Nottinghamshire today

24 September 2020

Public Health England has released the daily figures for Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire.


Assault at Newark bar: Do you recognise these men?

Assault at Newark bar: Do you recognise these men?

Assault at Newark bar: Do you recognise these men?

24 September 2020

The assault happened at Madisons gin bar on Cartergate on August 23.


Officers want to speak to this male in connection with a Newark robbery

Officers want to speak to this male in connection with a Newark robbery

Officers want to speak to this male in connection with a Newark robbery

24 September 2020

The robbery happened at the Co-op on Lincoln Road, Newark, on September 8.

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Change in formation helped Blues bounce back, claims Town boss

Change in formation helped Blues bounce back, claims Town boss

Change in formation helped Blues bounce back, claims Town boss

24 September 2020

Player-manager Luke Parsons reminded his players the title isn't won in September after bouncing back from their opening day draw in emphatic fashion.


No covid-related deaths reported by hospital trust today

No covid-related deaths reported by hospital trust today

No covid-related deaths reported by hospital trust today

23 September 2020

The trust runs Newark Hospital, King's Mill Hospital and Mansfield Community Hospital.


Positive covid case confirmed by head teacher at primary school

Positive covid case confirmed by head teacher at primary school

Positive covid case confirmed by head teacher at primary school

23 September 2020

All members of the Year 6 bubble will be self-isolating until tomorrow (Thursday, September 24).


Battle lines drawn between nine councils over county's unitary authority bid

Battle lines drawn between nine councils over county's unitary authority bid

Battle lines drawn between nine councils over county's unitary authority bid

23 September 2020

Leaders of all seven district and borough councils and leader of the city council have sent letters to Newark MP Mr Jenrick opposing any such move.


Appeal for information after bike stolen from Newark distribution centre carpark

Appeal for information after bike stolen from Newark distribution centre carpark

Appeal for information after bike stolen from Newark distribution centre carpark

23 September 2020

The white Carrera Crossfire bike was taken from the carpark of the Knowhow distribution centre at around 3.23am on Thursday, September 17.


Town's businesses reminded to follow QR poster rules

Town's businesses reminded to follow QR poster rules

Town's businesses reminded to follow QR poster rules

23 September 2020

The app will enable users to check in when they visit a venue by scanning a QR code displayed on posters at the entrance.


Still there to serve community

Still there to serve community

Still there to serve community

23 September 2020

The charity has reduced its face-to-face service.


Pop legends Steps plan 2021 Nottingham show

Pop legends Steps plan 2021 Nottingham show

Pop legends Steps plan 2021 Nottingham show

23 September 2020

Three years after staging their UK comeback, enduring pop legends Steps return once again with their new album, What The Future Holds.


Minster welcomes donations at a time when it needs help more than ever

Minster welcomes donations at a time when it needs help more than ever

Minster welcomes donations at a time when it needs help more than ever

23 September 2020

People are being asked to donate to the cathedral itself or the Southwell Leaves Project following the coronavirus pandemic.


Read all about it: the mobile library is back out on the road

Read all about it: the mobile library is back out on the road

Read all about it: the mobile library is back out on the road

23 September 2020

Mobile libraries are back on the roads of Nottinghamshire ­— but offering a click-and-collect service only.


Shop Local Shop Safe plea from council

Shop Local Shop Safe plea from council

Shop Local Shop Safe plea from council

23 September 2020

Shoppers are being asked to show their high streets some love in a new campaign to support traders.


New farm shop welcomed by councillors despite professional advice

New farm shop welcomed by councillors despite professional advice

New farm shop welcomed by councillors despite professional advice

23 September 2020

A planning committee has gone against advice from its professional officers to allow a big new farm shop to be built next to an existing one.


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