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70 successful years for family-run business

70 successful years for family-run business

70 successful years for family-run business

07 February 2024

A family-run estate agency is celebrating its 70th anniversary, having served the property market since 1954.


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.


Surprise addition to flock at popular farm

Surprise addition to flock at popular farm

Surprise addition to flock at popular farm

07 February 2024

White Post Farm have been keeping the public updated on the arrival of their new lambs and had not one, but two new additions yesterday (Tuesday).


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.


Councillor calls for action to prevent future Trent Valley flooding

Councillor calls for action to prevent future Trent Valley flooding

Councillor calls for action to prevent future Trent Valley flooding

07 February 2024

A call is to be made for local authorities to come together to prevent future severe floods, following the devastation of Storm Henk.

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Council launches new year of garden waste collection service

Council launches new year of garden waste collection service

Council launches new year of garden waste collection service

06 February 2024

Residents can now sign up for or renew their council-provided garden waste collection service.

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King wished a speedy recovery after cancer diagnosis

King wished a speedy recovery after cancer diagnosis

King wished a speedy recovery after cancer diagnosis

06 February 2024

Dignitaries in and around Newark have sent their messages of support to the King after the monarch was diagnosed with cancer.


More to be done despite improvements to special educational needs services

More to be done despite improvements to special educational needs services

More to be done despite improvements to special educational needs services

06 February 2024

A council has said its services for children with special educational needs are improving — but admitted there is still more to be done.


Aiming to give pupils with special educational needs the education they deserve

Aiming to give pupils with special educational needs the education they deserve

Aiming to give pupils with special educational needs the education they deserve

06 February 2024

Special Educational Needs (SEN) provision is a topic of vital importance to our community, writes Newark MP Robert Jenrick.

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Council tax rise to fund police services is unavoidable, councillors told

Council tax rise to fund police services is unavoidable, councillors told

Council tax rise to fund police services is unavoidable, councillors told

06 February 2024

Nottinghamshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has defended a proposed rise in council tax to support Nottinghamshire Police.


Lost settlements of the past uncovered thanks to new technology

Lost settlements of the past uncovered thanks to new technology

Lost settlements of the past uncovered thanks to new technology

06 February 2024

New technology is being used to locate historic settlements across the county.


Grown men invited to attend creche

Grown men invited to attend creche

Grown men invited to attend creche

05 February 2024

A male-only voluntary club is promoting a ‘man creche’ to entice new members to leave their houses and expand their social circles.

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Warning to motorists to be prepared as yellow warning for snow issued

Warning to motorists to be prepared as yellow warning for snow issued

Warning to motorists to be prepared as yellow warning for snow issued

05 February 2024

A weather warning is in place for snow later this week.


Church alterations and CCTV cameras among latest planning applications

Church alterations and CCTV cameras among latest planning applications

Church alterations and CCTV cameras among latest planning applications

05 February 2024

The latest applications submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council for decision.


East Midlands Mayor candidates clash on local knowledge and influence at debate

East Midlands Mayor candidates clash on local knowledge and influence at debate

East Midlands Mayor candidates clash on local knowledge and influence at debate

05 February 2024

An opening debate saw East Midlands Mayor candidates clash on who had the best knowledge and influence to hold the powerful regional position.

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Bike marking event well attended

Bike marking event well attended

Bike marking event well attended

05 February 2024

A bike marking event on the weekend saw bicycle owners line up to have their rides marked with anti-pick barcodes by police.


Conservation work brings Victorian cathedral banner back to life

Conservation work brings Victorian cathedral banner back to life

Conservation work brings Victorian cathedral banner back to life

05 February 2024

A Victorian banner believed to have been commissioned to mark a church’s Cathedral status 140 years ago is to be put on display.


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

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

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

04 February 2024

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


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