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Parking tickets aplenty

Parking tickets aplenty

Parking tickets aplenty

08 August 2008

More than 1,250 tickets for on-street parking offences have been issued in Newark and Sherwood in the three months since the return of traffic wardens.


Party-goers in holiday mood

Party-goers in holiday mood

Party-goers in holiday mood

08 August 2008

A day nursery held a summer holiday themed party to raise money for Beaumond House Community Hospice, Newark, on Wednesday.


Time for action

Time for action

Time for action

08 August 2008

Crime and anti-social behaviour in Newark town centre will be targeted in a bid to make it a safer place to live and work.


Travellers’ camp causes concern

Travellers’ camp causes concern

Travellers’ camp causes concern

08 August 2008

Villagers fear that travellers who have moved on to a three-acre field may try to stay permanently.


Village keeps an eye on crime

Village keeps an eye on crime

Village keeps an eye on crime

08 August 2008

A village with fewer than 60 homes has had a state-of-the-art security camera system installed.


Woman robbed in spray attack

Woman robbed in spray attack

Woman robbed in spray attack

08 August 2008

A woman was sprayed in the face with pepper spray and then robbed of her purse on Tuesday.


Would-be donors to sign up

Would-be donors to sign up

Would-be donors to sign up

08 August 2008

Two hairdressers are among those encouraging people to become potential bone marrow donors in a bid to save a young boy.


Arts taster inspires

Arts taster inspires

Arts taster inspires

01 August 2008

A group of young people have spent the last month finding out what it is like to work in the arts, and tomorrow they will showcase their talents.


Book reveals links to royals

Book reveals links to royals

Book reveals links to royals

01 August 2008

A woman who has spent half her life researching her family history, has had a book about it published.


Canine capers benefit charity

Canine capers benefit charity

Canine capers benefit charity

01 August 2008

A dog show raised more than £1,000 for charity on Saturday.


Caparne: about the artist

Caparne: about the artist

Caparne: about the artist

01 August 2008

The Caparne family’s presence in Newark can be traced back to the 15th Century.


Centre use reviewed

Centre use reviewed

Centre use reviewed

01 August 2008

A Newark community centre could become a contact, information and drop-in point in a bid to make it more financially viable.


Cheer squads on top form

Cheer squads on top form

Cheer squads on top form

01 August 2008

Three squads from the Balderton-based Blue Sapphires Cheerleaders won eight trophies between them at an international competition at the weekend.


Delight for the senses

Delight for the senses

Delight for the senses

01 August 2008

The harvest has started at what is believed to be the only lavender farm in the East Midlands.


Eviction fears over parking ultimatum

Eviction fears over parking ultimatum

Eviction fears over parking ultimatum

01 August 2008

Council tenants were threatened with eviction if they parked on their own driveways.


Flying the flag for park work

Flying the flag for park work

Flying the flag for park work

01 August 2008

Young people are helping to maintain and repair the grounds of Newark’s biggest park.


Fun day featured surprise flypast

Fun day featured surprise flypast

Fun day featured surprise flypast

01 August 2008

A fun day organised by family and friends of a nine-year-old boy who has a brain tumour raised £5,500.


Honouring lives of past cadets

Honouring lives of past cadets

Honouring lives of past cadets

01 August 2008

Two former air cadets from different eras were remembered during a service at Newark Cemetery on Saturday.


Minister on the move

Minister on the move

Minister on the move

01 August 2008

A farewell service has been held for the superintendent minister for the Newark and Southwell Methodist circuit, the Rev Martin Amery, who is leaving Newark after eight years.


Money plea for estates

Money plea for estates

Money plea for estates

01 August 2008

The gap between deprivation and a reasonable standard of living could be bridged on two Newark housing estates if a redevelopment grant of up to £3/4m is given.


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