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Man dies after single-vehicle crash

Man dies after single-vehicle crash

Man dies after single-vehicle crash

Police are appealing for information after a man died in a single-vehicle crash.


Double delight at school where ‘laughter and joy is commonplace’

Double delight at school where ‘laughter and joy is commonplace’

Double delight at school where ‘laughter and joy is commonplace’

A primary school is celebrating a double success after receiving two glowing reports within a week.


Kind-hearted widower Les gets national award for going the extra mile

Kind-hearted widower Les gets national award for going the extra mile

Kind-hearted widower Les gets national award for going the extra mile

A widower who has thrown his support behind the charity that helped care for his wife has won a national award in recognition of his efforts.


Should all A1 crossing points be closed?

Should all A1 crossing points be closed?

Should all A1 crossing points be closed?

Crossing points on the A1 are under review - but should they be closed?


Latest chapter closes on another successful event

Latest chapter closes on another successful event

Latest chapter closes on another successful event

Literature lovers flocked the town in support of this year’s Newark Book Festival which returned with plenty of stories to tell over four days.


Yellow weather warning issued… but will that mean 40 days of rain?

Yellow weather warning issued… but will that mean 40 days of rain?

Yellow weather warning issued… but will that mean 40 days of rain?

The Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning - which could mean 40 days of rain if an old superstition is to be believed.


YMCA welcomes world president on visit

YMCA welcomes world president on visit

YMCA welcomes world president on visit

The YMCA recently welcomed global and national leaders to Newark to tour facilities and highlight the work they do helping young people in our area.


Pub-goers’ ecstasy and agony of watching England

Pub-goers’ ecstasy and agony of watching England

Pub-goers’ ecstasy and agony of watching England

Pubs across the country were packed on Sunday in the hope of seeing England’s men finally lift a major football trophy – and Newark was no different.

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Glowing Ofsted report helps to rebuild trust after children’s services ‘dark history’

Glowing Ofsted report helps to rebuild trust after children’s services ‘dark history’

Glowing Ofsted report helps to rebuild trust after children’s services ‘dark history’

Nottinghamshire children service’s best Ofsted report for 20 years helps put its ‘dark history’ behind it, the councillor responsible says.


Latest planning applications submitted for decision

Latest planning applications submitted for decision

Latest planning applications submitted for decision

The following planning applications have been submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council for decision.

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Prolific burglar jailed after targeting vulnerable pensioner

Prolific burglar jailed after targeting vulnerable pensioner

Prolific burglar jailed after targeting vulnerable pensioner

A hammer-wielding burglar who knocked a frail pensioner to the floor and failed to engage in a rehabilitation programme has been jailed.

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Could royal ‘monsters’ become re established on the mighty Trent?

Could royal ‘monsters’ become re established on the mighty Trent?

Could royal ‘monsters’ become re established on the mighty Trent?

In his latest column Erin McDaid of the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust questions whether stugeon could be re-established on the River Trent.

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