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Lorry delivers science lessons

Lorry delivers science lessons

Lorry delivers science lessons

27 February 2009

Children were shown the fun side of physics when they were taught the subject in a specially designed lorry.


More in church on Sundays

More in church on Sundays

More in church on Sundays

27 February 2009

The number of adults attending church in the Southwell and Nottingham Diocese is on the increase, but the number of children has dropped, according to Church of England figures.


Newarks reunion axed to save money

Newarks reunion axed to save money

Newarks reunion axed to save money

27 February 2009

The Newarks of the World Reunion that was due to be hosted by Newark Town Council in the autumn has been cancelled in a cost-cutting move.


Park day of play

Park day of play

Park day of play

27 February 2009

Anthony Bagshaw (5) and his sister, Hayley (6) of William Street, Newark, were among about 70 children at a circus-themed play session in Sherwood Avenue park, Newark.


Possible work for 1,200

Possible work for 1,200

Possible work for 1,200

27 February 2009

People seeking work at Staythorpe may have more luck at another power station project in Nottinghamshire.


Preparing to face enemy attack

Preparing to face enemy attack

Preparing to face enemy attack

27 February 2009

From next month, Nottinghamshire troops will once again be on the front-line in Afghanistan.


Pupils’ say on shaping schools

Pupils’ say on shaping schools

Pupils’ say on shaping schools

27 February 2009

Pupils from two schools spent a day in London talking about what they would like included if they were to get a new school building.


School to go, brick by brick

School to go, brick by brick

School to go, brick by brick

27 February 2009

Work has started on dismantling the former Mount Primary School buildings in Newark brick by brick.


Set to paddle 165 miles

Set to paddle 165 miles

Set to paddle 165 miles

27 February 2009

A novice kayaker is planning to paddle 165 miles in aid of Beaumond House Community Hospice, Newark.


Tenants list hole hotspots

Tenants list hole hotspots

Tenants list hole hotspots

27 February 2009

Residents want more money spent on roads and pavements in Newark.


United to help the wounded

United to help the wounded

United to help the wounded

27 February 2009

More than 30 members of the Armed Forces attended the official launch of The Heroes Festival that aims to raise £100,000 for wounded Servicemen and women.


Villagers to lose bus service

Villagers to lose bus service

Villagers to lose bus service

27 February 2009

A bus service for Fernwood is to end because it is losing money.


Western tradition appeals

Western tradition appeals

Western tradition appeals

27 February 2009

A Japanese student rang Newark’s pancake bell to signal the beginning of preparations for Lent on Shrove Tuesday.


Winning ways with wildlife

Winning ways with wildlife

Winning ways with wildlife

27 February 2009

Youngsters from a wildlife group have been highly commended in a national competition.


Company cuts 30 jobs

Company cuts 30 jobs

Company cuts 30 jobs

25 February 2009

A Carlton-on-Trent company that makes prefabricated buildings has shed 30 jobs and cut its working week to three days to avoid further redundancies.


Hundreds at union rally in Newark

Hundreds at union rally in Newark

Hundreds at union rally in Newark

24 February 2009

Four hundred unemployed skilled labourers marched through Newark this morning demanding a fair chance of finding work at Staythorpe Power Station.


Vodafone to cut 500 jobs

Vodafone to cut 500 jobs

Vodafone to cut 500 jobs

24 February 2009

A total of 500 jobs will be cut by Vodafone it was announced today (Tuesday). A spokesman for Vodafone said he could not confirm how many jobs would be lost at the business solutions division, on Brunel Drive, Newark. Vodafone is one of the town’s biggest employers.


Oliver Cromwell to steam through Newark

Oliver Cromwell to steam through Newark

Oliver Cromwell to steam through Newark

23 February 2009

During the English Civil War the name Oliver Cromwell was despised by Newark’s largely Royalist residents.


Armed Forces launch festival

Armed Forces launch festival

Armed Forces launch festival

23 February 2009

More than 30 members of the Armed Forces attended the official launch of The Heroes Festival that aims to raise £100,000 for wounded Servicemen and women.


Woman tied to fence

Woman tied to fence

Woman tied to fence

23 February 2009

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man allegedly assaulted a woman and tied her to a metal fence.


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