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Fernwood roadworks will begin after morning peak, says Via

Fernwood roadworks will begin after morning peak, says Via

Roadworks at Fernwood will no longer take place during the morning and evening peak.

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Warning as notice periods revert back to pre-pandemic timescale

Warning as notice periods revert back to pre-pandemic timescale

From October 1, Section 21 and Section 8 notice periods reverted back to pre-pandemic timescales in England.


Lane restrictions on popular city route for Newark motorists due to end this weekend

Lane restrictions on popular city route for Newark motorists due to end this weekend

Lane restrictions on a popular route into Nottingham will be removed over the weekend, it has been announced.


Bramley festival has lots to a-peel

Bramley festival has lots to a-peel

The Bramley Apple Festival is back for a flavour-filled celebration this Saturday.


Newark young people's centre to hold activity day

Newark young people's centre to hold activity day

An activities day will be held in Newark tomorrow.


Boys sentenced following school burglary

Boys sentenced following school burglary

Two teenagers have been sentenced after a large quantity of money was stolen from a school.


New report stresses planning decisions must take notice of local views

New report stresses planning decisions must take notice of local views

People may only become aware of planning proposals a short time before the meetings at which key decisions will be made.


Take a sneak peek of this £425,000 four-bedroom home

Take a sneak peek of this £425,000 four-bedroom home

An individually designed, non‐estate, detached bungalow is on the market for £425,000 with Newton Fallowell, of Newark.


Book inspired by years of nursing

Book inspired by years of nursing

A retired nurse has released his first book recounting his experiences in the industry working around the world.


Free trees offered to residents by district council

Free trees offered to residents by district council

A free tree scheme, handing out thousands of trees to residents, groups and parish councils across Newark and Sherwood, has returned for a third year.

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Newark church gardens signage torn off its posts by vandals replaced by sign maker

Newark church gardens signage torn off its posts by vandals replaced by sign maker

A sign maker has replaced church garden signage in Newark after vandals tore one of its posts.


Balderton care home gets a taste of traditional British cuisine

Balderton care home gets a taste of traditional British cuisine

Residents at a care home helped to cook classic dishes for British Food Fortnight.


Free pumpkins on offer at newly-developed garden village

Free pumpkins on offer at newly-developed garden village

A housebuilder is giving out free pumpkins for Halloween.


New Delta variant under close watch as cases rise

New Delta variant under close watch as cases rise

Cases of new variant AY4.2 are rising rapidly in England but what do we know already about the new Delta strain?


Joint operation to tackle illegal waste-carrying vehicles in the district

Joint operation to tackle illegal waste-carrying vehicles in the district

A joint operation to put a stop to illegal waste-carrying vehicles took place earlier this month.

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Newark chief executive named among top 50 business leaders

Newark chief executive named among top 50 business leaders

A Newark business leader has been named in a UK top 50.


Updated covid figures in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

Updated covid figures in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

New coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Newark and Sherwood, according to the latest figures from Public Health England.


Town deserves much better

Town deserves much better

I attended the Newark and Sherwood District Council meeting. What I heard and saw was, among many other things, was really a vote along party lines.


Great benefits

Great benefits

The Conservatives of Newark and Sherwood District Council have voted to allow the removal of four mature trees next to Newark Library.


Road's needed before new-builds

Road's needed before new-builds

With the closure of Hollowdyke Lane to through traffic it is irresponsible to build 3,800 houses and not include a relief road out of Fernwood.


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