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Solar panels and tree works among latest planning applications

Solar panels and tree works among latest planning applications

Solar panels and tree works among latest planning applications

26 February 2024

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


Fire service raises share of council tax as it faces budget shortfalls

Fire service raises share of council tax as it faces budget shortfalls

Fire service raises share of council tax as it faces budget shortfalls

26 February 2024

All Nottinghamshire households will pay nearly three per cent more to support Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service from April.

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Authorities come together to tackle flooding

Authorities come together to tackle flooding

Authorities come together to tackle flooding

26 February 2024

A council has held its first inter-agency meeting to explore ways to tackle the severe flooding its communities have endured.

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Powerful fostering film wins two awards

Powerful fostering film wins two awards

Powerful fostering film wins two awards

26 February 2024

A council’s fostering film which aimed to attract more carers has won two awards.


‘The tech industry needs more women – diversity will help it improve more’

‘The tech industry needs more women – diversity will help it improve more’

‘The tech industry needs more women – diversity will help it improve more’

26 February 2024

A woman who gave up her job in teaching to become a tech ambassador is encouraging others to join the industry.

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Yellow lines rejected on ‘dangerous’ route

Yellow lines rejected on ‘dangerous’ route

Yellow lines rejected on ‘dangerous’ route

26 February 2024

Councillors have rejected an offer for double yellow lines on a “dangerous” route to a school and park, claiming it would make the situation worse.

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No budget for festival funds

No budget for festival funds

No budget for festival funds

25 February 2024

A request for funding for a festival has been refused, as a council has no budget for grants.


A look at what was making the news in time gone by

A look at what was making the news in time gone by

A look at what was making the news in time gone by

24 February 2024

The Advertiser has once again opened its archives to see what was making the news this week 25, 50 and 100 years ago.


New orders aim to tackle boozing, fires and dog fouling

New orders aim to tackle boozing, fires and dog fouling

New orders aim to tackle boozing, fires and dog fouling

24 February 2024

A series of orders have been passed to clamp down on anti-social behaviour issues ranging from dog fouling to boozing in parks and public spaces.

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The refugees finding hope and happiness after war and destruction

The refugees finding hope and happiness after war and destruction

The refugees finding hope and happiness after war and destruction

24 February 2024

From weddings and jobs to home and family, individuals talk through their stories of being forced to flee countries since the Russian invasion began.

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Removal of committee powers which helped expose maternity scandal criticized

Removal of committee powers which helped expose maternity scandal criticized

Removal of committee powers which helped expose maternity scandal criticized

23 February 2024

A government decision which reduces the power of health committees to make urgent changes or improvements to services has faced criticism.


District’s residents to see council tax rise by nearly 3%

District’s residents to see council tax rise by nearly 3%

District’s residents to see council tax rise by nearly 3%

23 February 2024

Council tax charged by Newark and Sherwood District Council is likely to rise by 2.99% per year from April.

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Handling of planned £5.5million pool investment criticised by residents

Handling of planned £5.5million pool investment criticised by residents

Handling of planned £5.5million pool investment criticised by residents

23 February 2024

Residents have questioned a council about its lack of action after plans were put forward for a new £5.5 million pool in Southwell.

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Market stall set to connect residents and council

Market stall set to connect residents and council

Market stall set to connect residents and council

23 February 2024

A council is set to bring its agendas out in public to give residents an opportunity to ask questions.

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Just a month left to enter Newark Business Awards 2024

Just a month left to enter Newark Business Awards 2024

Just a month left to enter Newark Business Awards 2024

22 February 2024

There is now just a month to go to get your nominations in for this year’s Newark Business Awards.


Plans for new swimming facility face legal delays

Plans for new swimming facility face legal delays

Plans for new swimming facility face legal delays

22 February 2024

Plans to build a new £5.5m swimming facility are facing legal delays.

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Council pledges to continue cost-of-living support

Council pledges to continue cost-of-living support

Council pledges to continue cost-of-living support

22 February 2024

A council has said it is committed to doing all it can to support residents with the rising cost of living, while maintaining its vital services.


Bidding to break the cycle of homelessness

Bidding to break the cycle of homelessness

Bidding to break the cycle of homelessness

22 February 2024

A new strategy has been drawn up to try to tackle the district’s homelessness and rough sleeping issues.

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On the start line for the return of the Advertiser Ladies Day

On the start line for the return of the Advertiser Ladies Day

On the start line for the return of the Advertiser Ladies Day

22 February 2024

After a tough few months at Southwell Racecourse thanks to flooding, all eyes will be on this year’s Advertiser Ladies Day to brighten the calendar.


MP ‘glad’ to see £427 million grant fund for farmers

MP ‘glad’ to see £427 million grant fund for farmers

MP ‘glad’ to see £427 million grant fund for farmers

21 February 2024

Newark MP Robert Jenrick has welcomed new grants for farmers, in the largest package ever offered by the government.


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