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Childhood friends complete gruelling Marathon des Sables

Childhood friends complete gruelling Marathon des Sables

Tom Hounesfield, Henry Foster and Will Henage have completed Marathon des Sables, a 254 km ultra-run in the Sahara Desert in 120 degree heat.


Newark jobs at risk from automation

Newark jobs at risk from automation

More than half the jobs in Newark and Sherwood could be lost to automation in the future, new ONS data reveals.


Help needed to find missing Radcliffe woman

Help needed to find missing Radcliffe woman

POLICE are appealing for help finding Carol Mayfield, was reported missing from the Radcliffe On Trent area on Tuesday.


Young gardeners can 'dig it'

Young gardeners can 'dig it'

Cub and scout groups, the Holy Trinity Catholic Academy and Reach Learning Disability have created their own plant designs at Sconce and Devon Park.


National day for meningitis awareness

National day for meningitis awareness

Meningitis charity Meningitis Now is supporting World Meningitis Day tomorrow (April 24), and Bingham woman Siân Liddle is sharing her story.


Better CCTV balance demanded

Better CCTV balance demanded

A councillor has called for a review of where CCTV cameras are installed in Newark and Sherwood


Ecology expert adds weight to tree protection campaign

Ecology expert adds weight to tree protection campaign

An ecology expert has joined a conservation trust as a trustee after helping to obtain research material from an ancient tree.


Men arrested after garage attack

Men arrested after garage attack

Three males have been arrest on suspicion of burglary.


430 new houses built in district last year

430 new houses built in district last year

Government data has revealed the number of new homes being built in Newark and Sherwood


Raising funds to bring premature baby home

Raising funds to bring premature baby home

A FRIEND of a mother stranded in Singapore after giving birth prematurely to a baby boy has raised nearly £1,600 to help the family.


Residents urged to unite to save last village pub

Residents urged to unite to save last village pub

Villagers are being urged to pull together and save their local pub after it closed down.


Chocolat author to headline festival

Chocolat author to headline festival

The organisers of Newark Book Festival has announced the headline speaker for this year’s event.


Cracking day of Easter activities at church

Cracking day of Easter activities at church

A cracking day of Easter events was held in a church fundraiser over the weekend.


Egg-straordinary Easter donations

Egg-straordinary Easter donations

Skipton Building Society's staff and customers have donated 104 Easter eggs to the Children's Bereavement Centre.


Supermarket raises £10,000 for cancer charity

Supermarket raises £10,000 for cancer charity

A supermarket has raised more than £10,000 in two years for children and young people with cancer.


Couple’s travel experience sparks ‘career gap’ venture

Couple’s travel experience sparks ‘career gap’ venture

After deciding to take a career break to go travelling, a jet-setting couple are now showing others how they can follow suit.


On par with club’s £3,800 donation

On par with club’s £3,800 donation

Members of a golf club have raised more than £3,500 for a charity that supports those with learning disabilities.


Putting plans in place for longer tourist stays

Putting plans in place for longer tourist stays

A tourism organisation in Nottinghamshire has launched a new scheme to showcase what the area has to offer.


Seasonal fun for residents

Seasonal fun for residents

Care home residents enjoyed some Easter fun with a host of seasonal activities.


Police make appeal following burlgary

Police make appeal following burlgary

Police are trying to trace two men following a burglary at the One Stop shop, Collingham.


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