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Public comments could be permitted at planning meetings

Public comments could be permitted at planning meetings

Public comments could be permitted at planning meetings

15 February 2024

Members of the public may be invited to speak at planning meetings, to bolster public opinion and transparency.

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Popular restaurant to re-open next month

Popular restaurant to re-open next month

Popular restaurant to re-open next month

15 February 2024

A popular restaurant that shut down on New Year’s Eve after operating for 19 years will soon be re-opening.


Step in the right direction for flood prevention plans

Step in the right direction for flood prevention plans

Step in the right direction for flood prevention plans

15 February 2024

The green light has been given for a council to pursue a multi-agency response to flooding which has left residents in a “state of fear”.


Exploring life-saving support for rough sleepers

Exploring life-saving support for rough sleepers

Exploring life-saving support for rough sleepers

14 February 2024

Life-saving pods for rough sleepers could be in the future for the district, after the issue was raised at a full council meeting.


Online video craze could lead to fatality at notorious ford, residents say

Online video craze could lead to fatality at notorious ford, residents say

Online video craze could lead to fatality at notorious ford, residents say

13 February 2024

Residents have warned that Rufford Ford attracts a ‘paparazzi-like’ crowd of online videographers which would encourage dangerous driving if reopened.

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Green industrial revolution pledge made by mayoral candidate

Green industrial revolution pledge made by mayoral candidate

Green industrial revolution pledge made by mayoral candidate

13 February 2024

The Green Party has selected its candidate to run in the East Midlands mayoral race in May.


Road repairs highlighted in council budget proposals

Road repairs highlighted in council budget proposals

Road repairs highlighted in council budget proposals

13 February 2024

An extra £4 million is needed to repair Nottinghamshire roads after highways suffered five times the amount of damage than normal in seasonal storms.


Solar power plans for social housing

Solar power plans for social housing

Solar power plans for social housing

13 February 2024

A council has continued to make strides towards a greener and more sustainable future, with plans to bring renewable energy to social housing.


New tennis courts among latest planning applications to be submitted

New tennis courts among latest planning applications to be submitted

New tennis courts among latest planning applications to be submitted

12 February 2024

The following applications have been submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council:


More must be done to stop bee-killing pesticides

More must be done to stop bee-killing pesticides

More must be done to stop bee-killing pesticides

11 February 2024

In his latest column Erin McDaid, of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, considers the government’s approval of use of bee-killing pesticides.


Council leader declares support for ‘long overdue’ road improvements

Council leader declares support for ‘long overdue’ road improvements

Council leader declares support for ‘long overdue’ road improvements

09 February 2024

Today, Paul Peacock, leader of Newark and Sherwood District Council, publicly declared his ongoing support for the A614 and A6097 improvement scheme.

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£170,000 worth of grants set to benefit communities

£170,000 worth of grants set to benefit communities

£170,000 worth of grants set to benefit communities

09 February 2024

Dozens of voluntary organisations and community groups are set to receive a share of £170,000 to help residents in most need.


New pharmacy first scheme aims to ease pressure on GPs

New pharmacy first scheme aims to ease pressure on GPs

New pharmacy first scheme aims to ease pressure on GPs

08 February 2024

The launch of a new service will give patients more choice in how and where they access healthcare with added options at pharmacies.

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Tourism and hospitality category awards to Newark Business Awards 2024

Tourism and hospitality category awards to Newark Business Awards 2024

Tourism and hospitality category awards to Newark Business Awards 2024

08 February 2024

For 2024 we have introduced an 11th category of Newark Business Awards — and one that we think will prove extremely popular.


More neighbourhood and response officers as part of police’s funding plans

More neighbourhood and response officers as part of police’s funding plans

More neighbourhood and response officers as part of police’s funding plans

08 February 2024

More than 100 officers are planned to be redeployed into high-visibility neighbourhood policing and response roles in communities across the county.

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Vision for new community hub to boost wellbeing, cut crime and harness neighbourly spirit

Vision for new community hub to boost wellbeing, cut crime and harness neighbourly spirit

Vision for new community hub to boost wellbeing, cut crime and harness neighbourly spirit

08 February 2024

Plans to convert a council house to community centre have been recommended for approval.


Former offender turns life around after engaging with police scheme

Former offender turns life around after engaging with police scheme

Former offender turns life around after engaging with police scheme

07 February 2024

A man released from prison after serving a sentence for theft has turned his life around after engaging with a police scheme.


Council urges residents to register for upcoming combined election

Council urges residents to register for upcoming combined election

Council urges residents to register for upcoming combined election

07 February 2024

A council is encouraging residents to vote in an upcoming election.


Kerbside glass recycling scheme nearly ready for roll-out

Kerbside glass recycling scheme nearly ready for roll-out

Kerbside glass recycling scheme nearly ready for roll-out

07 February 2024

A council’s new kerbside glass recycling scheme is just one step away from being rolled out.


Reaching an agreement to end employment disputes

Reaching an agreement to end employment disputes

Reaching an agreement to end employment disputes

07 February 2024

Employment relationships don’t always work out and can end for many reasons, writes Lesley Purveur, of Larken and Co, Newark.


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