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Social care burden under the spotlight

Social care burden under the spotlight

Social care burden under the spotlight

A council chief, who has advised the Government, has spoken about the pressures the public social care sector is in.


New coffee shop a winner for the whole community

New coffee shop a winner for the whole community

New coffee shop a winner for the whole community

Two busy mums who had a dream of opening their own coffee shop have finally achieved that ambition ­— right in the heart of their own village


Dedication award for scout volunteer

Dedication award for scout volunteer

Dedication award for scout volunteer

Diana Beardsall was presented with the Midlands Chief Commissioner’s Award during the last meeting of the term for 3rd Southwell Guides.


Fun names picked for council’s gritting fleet

Fun names picked for council’s gritting fleet

Fun names picked for council’s gritting fleet

The winners are The Spread Arrows; Sir Ice-acc Newton; The Jolly Gritterman and Mar-grit Thatcher.


Slimming group leaders are gearing up for a golden year

Slimming group leaders are gearing up for a golden year

Slimming group leaders are gearing up for a golden year

Three slimming consultants from Newark have celebrated half a century of success by meeting television personality and presenter Rylan Clark-Neal.


Golfers tee up £4,500 gift to air ambulance

Golfers tee up £4,500 gift to air ambulance

Golfers tee up £4,500 gift to air ambulance

Newark Golf Club aimed high to raise vital funds to support the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance.


Cheers to 100 years

Cheers to 100 years

Cheers to 100 years

Kathleen Treharne, who has lived in Newark for 98 years, celebrated her 100th birthday at Bowbridge Court Care Home.


Service celebrates farming community

Service celebrates farming community

Service celebrates farming community

Plough Sunday traditionally marks the beginning of a new farming year and, in its current form, traces its origins back to Victorian times.


Flying Scotsman spotted in Claypole

Flying Scotsman spotted in Claypole

Flying Scotsman spotted in Claypole

The express passenger train was originally built in Doncaster for the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) in 1923.


Rise in violence in prison reported

Rise in violence in prison reported

Rise in violence in prison reported

HMP Lowdham Grange, which holds many men serving long sentences, was found to be a mostly respectful jail with reasonably good rehabilitation work.


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