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Risky return: Double yellow lines painted on all roads of business park

Risky return: Double yellow lines painted on all roads of business park

Risky return: Double yellow lines painted on all roads of business park

24 July 2020

Action taken ahead of school opening.


Led up the garden path by prospect of whole new village that could effectively join two communities

Led up the garden path by prospect of whole new village that could effectively join two communities

Led up the garden path by prospect of whole new village that could effectively join two communities

20 July 2020

A suggestion a garden village of up to 5,000 homes in the open countryside has angered two villages.

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Words and pictures as Newark condemns racism in all of its forms

Words and pictures as Newark condemns racism in all of its forms

Words and pictures as Newark condemns racism in all of its forms

20 July 2020

Sunday saw a march and rally in Newark.

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William Gladstone to be removed from name of Newark primary school

William Gladstone to be removed from name of Newark primary school

William Gladstone to be removed from name of Newark primary school

17 July 2020

William Gladstone Church of England Academy will have a change of name in the year 2020-21, following months of consultations.

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Black Lives Matter statement adopted by district's Labour Group

Black Lives Matter statement adopted by district's Labour Group

Black Lives Matter statement adopted by district's Labour Group

23 June 2020

Leader Paul Peacock said the Labour Group needed to reaffirm its commitment to the fight against any form of discrimination and prejudice.

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Parish chairman quits after threatening to cover anti-racism supporters in slurry if they attended church vigil

Parish chairman quits after threatening to cover anti-racism supporters in slurry if they attended church vigil

Parish chairman quits after threatening to cover anti-racism supporters in slurry if they attended church vigil

20 June 2020

Chair claimed: “I will be there with a tractor and slurry tanker, anyone taking part in this will be covered in more s*** than you talk," was a joke.


No overall political control at town council following 'breakdown' of trust

No overall political control at town council following 'breakdown' of trust

No overall political control at town council following 'breakdown' of trust

18 June 2020

Labour, independents and the Green Party had formed an alliance to govern the town with the Conservatives in opposition.

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Newark MP defends controversial planning decision

Newark MP defends controversial planning decision

Newark MP defends controversial planning decision

31 May 2020

Robert Jenrick was asked about his approval of the Tower Hamlets development at the daily national coronavirus briefing.

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POLL: Should tonight's Clap for Carers in Newark and Sherwood be the last?

POLL: Should tonight's Clap for Carers in Newark and Sherwood be the last?

POLL: Should tonight's Clap for Carers in Newark and Sherwood be the last?

28 May 2020

Initially a one-off event, the British public later decided to make it weekly, and have been showing their appreciation at 8pm every Thursday since.


Firms quizzed on impact of coronavirus

Firms quizzed on impact of coronavirus

Firms quizzed on impact of coronavirus

24 May 2020

The council-owned economic growth and regeneration company is inviting businesses to explain how the crisis is affecting operations and share ideas


Take time to be kind to yourself ­— Newark and Sherwood GP

Take time to be kind to yourself ­— Newark and Sherwood GP

Take time to be kind to yourself ­— Newark and Sherwood GP

24 May 2020

This week is Mental Health Awareness week and this year the theme is kindness, writes Dr Thilian Bartholomeuz in his latest column.


Newark singer releases her single produced in lockdown

Newark singer releases her single produced in lockdown

Newark singer releases her single produced in lockdown

21 May 2020

Bekka Burns, a 22-year-old musician from Newark, said she went into overdrive to release her new single during the pandemic.


Couple's wedding dream is halted by venue's lockdown

Couple's wedding dream is halted by venue's lockdown

Couple's wedding dream is halted by venue's lockdown

21 May 2020

‘What was meant to be the best day ever has turned into a nightmare.’ These were the words of a couple whose wedding day was brought to a halt.


Councillor's outburst edited out of planning committee recording

Councillor's outburst edited out of planning committee recording

Councillor's outburst edited out of planning committee recording

09 May 2020

The committee recording, in which a councillor called for the resignation of the chief executive, has been re-posted with the outburst edited out.


'Committed' man putting in countless hours for his community is commended

'Committed' man putting in countless hours for his community is commended

'Committed' man putting in countless hours for his community is commended

03 May 2020

Andy Willey, of North Muskham, has been nominated as the Advertiser’s Citizen Of The Week.


Deincourt Hotel cautioned for opening as normal during lockdown

Deincourt Hotel cautioned for opening as normal during lockdown

Deincourt Hotel cautioned for opening as normal during lockdown

17 April 2020

The Deinciourt Hotel has been cautioned by Newark and Sherwood District Council for ignoring lockdown and opening its bar, restaurant and beer garden.

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Arresting the trend: Crime down in Notts over the past year

Arresting the trend: Crime down in Notts over the past year

Arresting the trend: Crime down in Notts over the past year

09 April 2020

Nottinghamshire Police says it's thanks to hard-working officers and staff and a proactive approach that led to a reduction in crime last year.


Citizen of the Week: Nominate your community hero here!

Citizen of the Week: Nominate your community hero here!

Citizen of the Week: Nominate your community hero here!

05 April 2020

Do you know someone going above and beyond during the virus pandemic? The Advertiser has launched a new award to recognise our community heroes.


Councillors and officers to hold 'virtual meeting' in what may become national trendsetter

Councillors and officers to hold 'virtual meeting' in what may become national trendsetter

Councillors and officers to hold 'virtual meeting' in what may become national trendsetter

31 March 2020

A council meeting being held at 2pm today with members and officers logging on from home rather than meeting in person could be a national first.


POLL: Do you think Boris Johnson's measures are tough enough?

POLL: Do you think Boris Johnson's measures are tough enough?

POLL: Do you think Boris Johnson's measures are tough enough?

24 March 2020

We want to know if you, the reader, think Mr Johnson's measures are tough enough — or whether you think he needs to take things further.

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