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Vicar sees the funny side

Vicar sees the funny side

Vicar sees the funny side

26 September 2008

Children’s handiwork will feature at North Muskham’s first scarecrow trail this weekend.


Women’s death case closes

Women’s death case closes

Women’s death case closes

26 September 2008

The police investigation into the death of a woman found with serious head injuries has closed.


Youngsters rise to fitness challenge

Youngsters rise to fitness challenge

Youngsters rise to fitness challenge

26 September 2008

More than 800 primary pupils took part in a community triathlon on Wednesday to promote active sport for young people.


Citizen title for guider

Citizen title for guider

Citizen title for guider

19 September 2008

A Brownie and Guide leader has been named as a village’s citizen of the year.


Cladding causes concern

Cladding causes concern

Cladding causes concern

19 September 2008

A group that works to safeguard the town’s heritage says it supports plans for a new £21/2m sheltered housing complex on the site of the former Mount Church of England School, Newark — but will submit a formal objection.


Debt tops list of troubles

Debt tops list of troubles

Debt tops list of troubles

19 September 2008

Newark and District Citizens’ Advice Bureau continues to deal with more inquiries about debt than any other issue.


Flower shop’s a floral favourite

Flower shop’s a floral favourite

Flower shop’s a floral favourite

19 September 2008

A village florist’s is one of 12 in the country featured in a book about the best flower shops in Britain.


Fresh start for school

Fresh start for school

Fresh start for school

19 September 2008

A new primary school in Balderton has opened for the new term.


Friends’ special garden

Friends’ special garden

Friends’ special garden

19 September 2008

Four friends earned a special award for the community garden they look after.


Hair today...

Hair today...

Hair today...

19 September 2008

The grandfather of a boy who has a brain tumour has raised more than £7,500 by having his head shaved.


Harvest inspires

Harvest inspires

Harvest inspires

19 September 2008

Harvest was the theme at this year’s annual art competition at St Nicholas’ Church, Tuxford.


Home for autistic approved

Home for autistic approved

Home for autistic approved

19 September 2008

A home for adults with special educational needs looks set to open in a village near Newark.


Hoping for green award

Hoping for green award

Hoping for green award

19 September 2008

Pupils at a primary school in Newark are gearing up for the chance to win a Green Guardian award for outstanding environmental work.


Hours at the organ

Hours at the organ

Hours at the organ

19 September 2008

Organist Mrs Anne Wynne (pictured) played a variety of music for six hours during a sponsored organ recital at All Saints’ Church, Collingham, on Saturday.


Joel gets transplant go-ahead

Joel gets transplant go-ahead

Joel gets transplant go-ahead

19 September 2008

Test results show six-year-old Joel Picker-Spence is in remission from leukaemia, so a potentially life-saving bone marrow transplant can go ahead.


Keen to improve lorry security

Keen to improve lorry security

Keen to improve lorry security

19 September 2008

Police want the owners of Europe’s biggest distribution centre to help in the efforts to cut the number of diesel and load thefts from lorries.


Medical excellence earns recognition

Medical excellence earns recognition

Medical excellence earns recognition

19 September 2008

Three clinical teams at Newark Hospital have been rewarded for excellence by the health trust they work for.


Nearer to Asda start

Nearer to Asda start

Nearer to Asda start

19 September 2008

Work on the long-awaited Potterdyke site redevelopment and Asda supermarket in Newark looks set to start next year — almost four years after the scheme was first announced.


Plea for extra pitches

Plea for extra pitches

Plea for extra pitches

19 September 2008

Money set aside for a village skate park could be used to improve outdoor play facilities for young people.


Pupils receive flying visit

Pupils receive flying visit

Pupils receive flying visit

19 September 2008

A high-speed helicopter landed in the grounds of a primary school to give pupils the chance to see how it worked.


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