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Crime down in Radcliffe

Crime down in Radcliffe

Crime down in Radcliffe

27 October 2008

Police say they will continue to build on the work they have done in Radcliffe where crime has dropped by 36%.


War vehicles in Newark Market Place

War vehicles in Newark Market Place

War vehicles in Newark Market Place

27 October 2008

Five former military vehicles were on display in Newark Market Place on Saturday as part of the Royal British Legions annual poppy appeal.


Polish servicemen honoured at Newark service

Polish servicemen honoured at Newark service

Polish servicemen honoured at Newark service

27 October 2008

War veterans and civic dignitaries attended a service on Sunday to honour the Polish servicemen who died during the second world war.


Fernwood Village Hall officially opened

Fernwood Village Hall officially opened

Fernwood Village Hall officially opened

27 October 2008

Around 70 people attended the official opening of the new Fernwood Village Hall on Saturday.


Tractor driver injured in crash

Tractor driver injured in crash

Tractor driver injured in crash

27 October 2008

A tractor driver suffered serious injuries in a collision on the A46 near Swinderby on Sunday.


Appealing to be close to alpacas

Appealing to be close to alpacas

Appealing to be close to alpacas

24 October 2008

A taxi driver who has set up a business showing, breeding and shearing alpacas will appeal against a decision to refuse permission for a mobile home on her land.


Appeal tins start to fill

Appeal tins start to fill

Appeal tins start to fill

24 October 2008

The first contributions to this year’s Poppy Appeal in Newark were made within seconds of the collecting tins emerging.


Bitter blow for sugar workers

Bitter blow for sugar workers

Bitter blow for sugar workers

24 October 2008

The MP for Newark, Mr Patrick Mercer, says he fears for the future of the town’s British Sugar factory.


Bulbs a symbol of new school

Bulbs a symbol of new school

Bulbs a symbol of new school

24 October 2008

More than 500 daffodil bulbs, each representing a staff member or a pupil at a new primary school, have been planted.


Caring community marks 25 years

Caring community marks 25 years

Caring community marks 25 years

24 October 2008

Residents of a sheltered housing scheme that marks its 25th anniversary next month say it has a unique community spirit.


Church ready for services

Church ready for services

Church ready for services

24 October 2008

The first service in the new Everyday Champions’ Centre is due to take place on Sunday.


College woodland now a wonderland

College woodland now a wonderland

College woodland now a wonderland

24 October 2008

More than 250 students, staff and local residents attended a Mad Hatter’s tea party to mark the official opening of Newark College’s Woodland Walk Garden.


Fair raises hundreds

Fair raises hundreds

Fair raises hundreds

24 October 2008

Home-made chutneys, cakes and toys were among items sold at an autumn fair that raised about £380 on Saturday.


Fanfare welcomes duke to minster

Fanfare welcomes duke to minster

Fanfare welcomes duke to minster

24 October 2008

The Duke of Kent, the Queen’s cousin, attended a service at Southwell Minster on Tuesday to mark the building’s 900th anniversary and the completion of repairs to the central tower.


Festival treat for apple lovers

Festival treat for apple lovers

Festival treat for apple lovers

24 October 2008

The Bramley apple was celebrated in impressive fashion at the annual Bramley Apple Festival in Southwell.


Flying flag for business

Flying flag for business

Flying flag for business

24 October 2008

A speed-networking lunch proved a successful addition to the Newark Business and Recruitment Fair on Tuesday.


Foreign jobs threat to power workers

Foreign jobs threat to power workers

Foreign jobs threat to power workers

24 October 2008

Tradesmen fear that construction jobs at the new £660m gas-fired Staythorpe Power Station promised to local workers will go to foreigners.


Helping young to stay safe

Helping young to stay safe

Helping young to stay safe

24 October 2008

Parents are being urged to encourage their children to take sensible precautions when trick and treating this Halloween, which is a week today.


Homes vote support grows

Homes vote support grows

Homes vote support grows

24 October 2008

An action group that wants the public to vote on whether 6,000 homes should be built south of Newark has been inundated with support.


Litter squads to the rescue

Litter squads to the rescue

Litter squads to the rescue

24 October 2008

The number of complaints about litter and fly-tipping in Newark and Sherwood has dropped thanks to the work of two teams set up to deal with the problem.


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