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Vehicle stolen from property in early hours of the morning

Vehicle stolen from property in early hours of the morning

A vehicle has been stolen from a property in the district.


Here's where mobile speed cameras are situated this week

Here's where mobile speed cameras are situated this week

This list of where motorists can expect to see mobile speed cameras in Nottinghamshire have been announced.


Horses running loose in Newark

Horses running loose in Newark

Police are appealing for the owners of four loose horses to get in touch.


Appeal to find site for defibrillator

Appeal to find site for defibrillator

A council is appealing for ideas for a place to store a vital medical device.


Grandma finds school beret 50 years later

Grandma finds school beret 50 years later

More than 50 years after last donning her primary school beret, a grandmother has unearthed the headgear and passed it on to her granddaughter.


High standards recognised

High standards recognised

Three site managers have received Seal of Excellence awards from the National Housebuilding Council as part of the Pride In The Job awards.


More than 20 units approved on former airfield

More than 20 units approved on former airfield

Planning consent has been given for 22 more acres of land at a former airfield.


Property of the week ­— £400,000 Newark home with three bathrooms for sale

Property of the week ­— £400,000 Newark home with three bathrooms for sale

A contemporary home with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a spacious breakfast kitchen is for sale.


Running Notfast for outdoor learning

Running Notfast for outdoor learning

A teacher’s running event that is raising money for an outdoor learning platform has attracted international support.


Students build bridges with pasta

Students build bridges with pasta

Students tested their architectural skills in a pasta-based learning session at a development site.


Celebrating 100th year with exciting news

Celebrating 100th year with exciting news

The Palace Theatre Newark marked its 100th year with a 1920s speak-easy themed event, and some exciting news for the guests.


Greener life is promoted at new neighbourhood

Greener life is promoted at new neighbourhood

The developer of a neighbourhood, Urban&Civic, has partnered with Sustrans to help deliver the Greener Greenway project in Newark.


A round-up of this week's planning applications

A round-up of this week's planning applications

This week's district council planning applications include plans to build six one-bedroom flats by Newark and Sherwood District Council.


Dolly Parton tribute act is set to perform

Dolly Parton tribute act is set to perform

Kelly O’Brien, who has performed in more than 20 countries as Dolly Parton, will visit the area in March.


Going for the chop to give hair to poorly princesses

Going for the chop to give hair to poorly princesses

Reporter Rachel Armitage donated 10in of hair to The Little Princess Trust, a charity that makes wigs for children who have lost their hair.


Sign up to adventure fundraiser

Sign up to adventure fundraiser

The trips will take place in the African countries of Morocco and Tanzania.


Back to business for travel agent

Back to business for travel agent

Michael Shanahan has joined independent travel company Travel Counsellors and is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


School children visit science adventure centre

School children visit science adventure centre

Primary school children have began their new class topic, What Makes The Earth Angry.


Row over mental health scheme

Row over mental health scheme

Nottinghamshire County Council is scrapping a mental health scheme and Labour has accused the Conservatives of making callous and incompetent cuts.


Man charged after distraction burglary

Man charged after distraction burglary

A 49-year-old man has been arrested and charged with burglary.


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