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Fraudster, 29, expects 'substantial' time behind bars after posing as landlord 18 times

Fraudster, 29, expects 'substantial' time behind bars after posing as landlord 18 times

Fraudster, 29, expects 'substantial' time behind bars after posing as landlord 18 times

17 February 2020

Nick Bentley posed as a landlord on 18 separate occasions and asked prospective tenants to pay a deposit for an address not available for rent.


Police declare flooding major incident

Police declare flooding major incident

Police declare flooding major incident

16 February 2020

A major incident has been announced following flooding in the district.


Get involved with Neighbourhood Watch

Get involved with Neighbourhood Watch

Get involved with Neighbourhood Watch

13 February 2020

People are being invited to do their bit to help keep their local area safe.


Council to freeze parking charges

Council to freeze parking charges

Council to freeze parking charges

13 February 2020

Car park prices are set to be frozen for a third year running.


Warning issued as children involve themselves in dangerous antisocial behaviour

Warning issued as children involve themselves in dangerous antisocial behaviour

Warning issued as children involve themselves in dangerous antisocial behaviour

11 February 2020

Police and a council have issued a warning to parents to safeguard their children from harm after a spate of dangerous antisocial behaviour.


Queues on A1 due to fallen tree

Queues on A1 due to fallen tree

Queues on A1 due to fallen tree

11 February 2020

The A1 is currently blocked northbound due to a fallen tree on the carriageway.


Here's where mobile speed cameras are situated this week

Here's where mobile speed cameras are situated this week

Here's where mobile speed cameras are situated this week

11 February 2020

The list of sites where motorists can expect to see mobile speed cameras in Nottinghamshire this week has been announced.


A round-up of this week's district council planning applications

A round-up of this week's district council planning applications

A round-up of this week's district council planning applications

08 February 2020

This week's district council planning applications include plans for ten new dwellings.


2019 police data reveals hundreds of unsolved burglaries

2019 police data reveals hundreds of unsolved burglaries

2019 police data reveals hundreds of unsolved burglaries

05 February 2020

More than 400 burglaries reported in Newark and Sherwood between January and November 2019 have seen the investigation end with no suspect identified.


Your chance to join police cadets

Your chance to join police cadets

Your chance to join police cadets

04 February 2020

Nottinghamshire Police has offered secondary school pupils the chance to join the cadets.


A round-up of this week's planning applications

A round-up of this week's planning applications

A round-up of this week's planning applications

01 February 2020

This week's district council planning applications include plans to build a two-storey house.


Family's tribute to grandmother who died following collision

Family's tribute to grandmother who died following collision

Family's tribute to grandmother who died following collision

31 January 2020

Officers would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision, and anyone who has dash-cam footage, as soon as possible.


Minors and their colliery graffiti

Minors and their colliery graffiti

Minors and their colliery graffiti

31 January 2020

Fifty cans of spray paint were used to create a new 65ft-long art mural.


Survey reveals Newark and Sherwood to be among best places to live in the UK

Survey reveals Newark and Sherwood to be among best places to live in the UK

Survey reveals Newark and Sherwood to be among best places to live in the UK

31 January 2020

The quality of life survey takes into consideration 26 different factors that home buyers may consider when choosing a place to live.


Council to start clean up after more than 300 examples of graffiti were identified

Council to start clean up after more than 300 examples of graffiti were identified

Council to start clean up after more than 300 examples of graffiti were identified

30 January 2020

The clean-up was announced at a leisure and environment meeting, where it was revealed that more than 300 examples of graffiti had been identified.


Community heroes are sought

Community heroes are sought

Community heroes are sought

29 January 2020

Nominations are being sought for Nottinghamshire County Council's Community Hero Award.


Foodbank has busiest year ever

Foodbank has busiest year ever

Foodbank has busiest year ever

23 January 2020

Newark Foodbank has seen its busiest festive season in 2019, with an increase of 55%.


New hub for children with ADHD, autism and other disabilities opens its door this weekend

New hub for children with ADHD, autism and other disabilities opens its door this weekend

New hub for children with ADHD, autism and other disabilities opens its door this weekend

23 January 2020

Caring mum Sharon Weston, who was the driving force behind the new Oasis Hub, said her 11-year-old son Cody inspired her to launch the programme.


Dementia support offered by new hub

Dementia support offered by new hub

Dementia support offered by new hub

18 January 2020

People of a working age that have dementia can access support at Nottinghamshire Healthcare’s Working Age Dementia Service's new Peer Support Hub.


Man arrested on suspicion of possession and intent to supply class A drugs

Man arrested on suspicion of possession and intent to supply class A drugs

Man arrested on suspicion of possession and intent to supply class A drugs

15 January 2020

The 32-year-old was taken into custody on Sunday in relation to the drug charges and separate allegations of driving offences.


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