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Police powers increased

Police powers increased

Police powers increased

03 July 2009

Police now have the power to confiscate alcohol on a Newark estate which had been plagued with problems caused by drunken youths.


Dog deaths investigation ongoing

Dog deaths investigation ongoing

Dog deaths investigation ongoing

03 July 2009

A senior officer at Nottinghamshire Police has spoken about the shock and sadness following the death of two police dogs as the RSPCA continue to investigate the incident.


Balderton Policing: More police needed

Balderton Policing: More police needed

Balderton Policing: More police needed

03 July 2009

A lack of police presence in Balderton was another issue raised.


Balderton Policing: Youths accused of running wild

Balderton Policing: Youths accused of running wild

Balderton Policing: Youths accused of running wild

03 July 2009

Youths damaging gravestones and problems with drunken yobs were among issues raised with senior police at a meeting in Balderton on Wednesday.


Big disappointment

Big disappointment

Big disappointment

03 July 2009

A community says it has been dealt a devastating blow after being denied the chance to bid for money for state-of-the-art youth facilities.


Busman’s holiday for next bishop

Busman’s holiday for next bishop

Busman’s holiday for next bishop

03 July 2009

The next Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham on Monday took a bus tour around the diocese.


Calling time on drunken yobs

Calling time on drunken yobs

Calling time on drunken yobs

03 July 2009

Police look set to be given extra powers to deal with drinking by young people that has led to problems in the Winthorpe Road area of Newark.


Chance for gardeners to blossom

Chance for gardeners to blossom

Chance for gardeners to blossom

03 July 2009

Five gardens will be open to the public on Sunday as part of Newark’s entry into the East Midlands in Bloom competition.


Chicks a first for reserve

Chicks a first for reserve

Chicks a first for reserve

03 July 2009

Avocets, the emblem of the RSPB, have bred for the first time at Langford Lowfields nature reserve, near Collingham.


Chill factor pays as temperatures soar

Chill factor pays as temperatures soar

Chill factor pays as temperatures soar

03 July 2009

Soaring temperatures have meant fun in the sun for many this week, and a boom in sales for firms in the business of helping people to cool off.


Church bans chalices to combat flu

Church bans chalices to combat flu

Church bans chalices to combat flu

03 July 2009

Churches in the Southwell diocese are thought to be the first in the country to stop serving communion wine from a chalice because of swine flu.


Cowardly attack

Cowardly attack

Cowardly attack

03 July 2009

A disabled man who was knocked unconcious in a violent assault said he feared the attack could have made his brain injuries worse.


Diabetics may face taxi ban

Diabetics may face taxi ban

Diabetics may face taxi ban

03 July 2009

Insulin-dependent diabetics could be banned from being taxi drivers in Newark and Sherwood.


Dualling work officially starts

Dualling work officially starts

Dualling work officially starts

03 July 2009

Transport minister Mr Chris Mole cut the first sod as the dualling of the A46 from Newark to Widmerpool officially started on Friday.


Farmers concerned by waste plant plan

Farmers concerned by waste plant plan

Farmers concerned by waste plant plan

03 July 2009

There are fears a vegetable-growing and packing business could close with the loss of up to 400 jobs if plans for a waste plant nearby are approved.


Friends step out in city moonlight

Friends step out in city moonlight

Friends step out in city moonlight

03 July 2009

Two friends from Elston between them raised almost £700 by completing the Edinburgh Moonwalk.


Group focus on family support

Group focus on family support

Group focus on family support

03 July 2009

The mother of a severely autistic child is setting up a support group for parents and carers.


How does your garden grow?

How does your garden grow?

How does your garden grow?

03 July 2009

Children at a Newark school opened their vegetable garden to parents on Wednesday, showcasing produce including lettuce, strawberries, potatoes and onions.


Minister’s reluctant farewell

Minister’s reluctant farewell

Minister’s reluctant farewell

03 July 2009

The Methodist minister for four churches on the Newark circuit was given a farewell evening at Balderton Methodist Church on Saturday.


MP defends second job

MP defends second job

MP defends second job

03 July 2009

The MP for Newark, Mr Patrick Mercer, has defended his second job, saying it is important in helping him keep in touch with the world outside politics.


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