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No show? We’ll grow our own, Miss

No show? We’ll grow our own, Miss

No show? We’ll grow our own, Miss

27 September 2020

A primary school whose pupils would normally go to horticultural shows got over the disappointment of their cancellation by holding one of their own.


Performer to open gallery that brings together her passion for music and the arts

Performer to open gallery that brings together her passion for music and the arts

Performer to open gallery that brings together her passion for music and the arts

27 September 2020

Tina Hall has returned to her home town after many years of living in Spain, where she has worked in the music and television industry.


Power walker takes off

Power walker takes off

Power walker takes off

27 September 2020

A keen power walker who set out to walk to three castles in three counties not only achieved his aim, but did it in far less time than he thought.


Further significant rises in coronavirus cases today

Further significant rises in coronavirus cases today

Further significant rises in coronavirus cases today

26 September 2020

The number of people who have tested positive for covid-19 has risen again today across the district, county and city.


Collingham villagers enter into spirit of annual show despite it being held virtually

Collingham villagers enter into spirit of annual show despite it being held virtually

Collingham villagers enter into spirit of annual show despite it being held virtually

26 September 2020

The show and ploughing match, which should have taken place on Saturday on its regular site at Larksfield, had to be cancelled.


Master builders honoured

Master builders honoured

Master builders honoured

26 September 2020

Site managers at Baratt housing developments in Balderton and Bingham have won national awards from the National House Building Council.


Pupils enjoy more outdoor learning thanks to new forest school

Pupils enjoy more outdoor learning thanks to new forest school

Pupils enjoy more outdoor learning thanks to new forest school

26 September 2020

Orston Forest School, in the grounds of the primary school, has been created by a family of volunteers.


‘Richard has been through a lot, but he is still alive’

‘Richard has been through a lot, but he is still alive’

‘Richard has been through a lot, but he is still alive’

26 September 2020

A devoted wife has put lockdown to good use, making masks to help the hospital where her husband is being treated for a tumour.


Police forces have been disrupting County Lines drugs operations in the East Midlands

Police forces have been disrupting County Lines drugs operations in the East Midlands

Police forces have been disrupting County Lines drugs operations in the East Midlands

25 September 2020

Sixty people have been arrested and more than 70 vulnerable people identified during action against County Lines drugs gangs in the East Midlands.


Newark's business owners left in state of despair as anti-social behaviour and theft increases

Newark's business owners left in state of despair as anti-social behaviour and theft increases

Newark's business owners left in state of despair as anti-social behaviour and theft increases

25 September 2020

Attacks on independent businesses has left shopkeepers in a state of despair — with some questioning the lack of support from the council and police.


Update: Road cleared after tree came down in high winds

Update: Road cleared after tree came down in high winds

Update: Road cleared after tree came down in high winds

25 September 2020

The AA said the partial block between the A46 cattlemarket roundabout and Blacksmith Lane, near to Kelham Bridge, was lifted just before 1.30.


Newark FC face another step three away day in FA Cup second qualifying round

Newark FC face another step three away day in FA Cup second qualifying round

Newark FC face another step three away day in FA Cup second qualifying round

25 September 2020

All 43 National League North and South clubs (step two) were in the regionalised draw for the second qualifying round.


First book teaches about friendliness

First book teaches about friendliness

First book teaches about friendliness

25 September 2020

Inspired by a belief that well-written, engaging books can help young children learn, a mother has written and illustrated one herself.

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Newark chilli-eater takes on 'one of world's hottest curries'

Newark chilli-eater takes on 'one of world's hottest curries'

Newark chilli-eater takes on 'one of world's hottest curries'

25 September 2020

Specialist chilli-eater Billy McBlane has added another hot dish to his repertoire.


Golf club's promise to bounce back and return feel-good factor

Golf club's promise to bounce back and return feel-good factor

Golf club's promise to bounce back and return feel-good factor

25 September 2020

A golf club is hoping to rejuvenate its course in a bid to restore the feel-good factor.


Village return for football club’s youth team

Village return for football club’s youth team

Village return for football club’s youth team

25 September 2020

The chairman of a football club has expressed his delight after a youth team played its first game in the village in more than 40 years.

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Road partially blocked both ways after tree falls down due to wind

Road partially blocked both ways after tree falls down due to wind

Road partially blocked both ways after tree falls down due to wind

25 September 2020

The A617 has been partially blocked both ways after a tree fell down.


POLL: Should customers in bars, restaurants and cafes have to wear face coverings when not seated?

POLL: Should customers in bars, restaurants and cafes have to wear face coverings when not seated?

POLL: Should customers in bars, restaurants and cafes have to wear face coverings when not seated?

25 September 2020

Following fears of an incoming second wave of covid the government has furthered restrictions across the country.


Long-awaited opening of M&S food store in Newark announced

Long-awaited opening of M&S food store in Newark announced

Long-awaited opening of M&S food store in Newark announced

25 September 2020

Enabling works at the site off Northgate are set to begin within the next month following a decision by the district council planning committee.

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Kelham Hall and Country Park to go under hammer next month

Kelham Hall and Country Park to go under hammer next month

Kelham Hall and Country Park to go under hammer next month

25 September 2020

The estate has full planning and listed building consent for conversion to a 103-bedroom hotel.


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