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District council cleaning up Newark today

District council cleaning up Newark today

Newark and Sherwood District Council is running a major programme of works to spruce up the streets of Newark town centre all day today.


More photos from the Newark Business Awards.

More photos from the Newark Business Awards.

Local business owners gathered at Newark Business Awards on Friday night to celebrate their achievements.


Flying Scotsman coming on Saturday

Flying Scotsman coming on Saturday

The Flying Scotsman will be visiting the East Midlands this weekend, but British Transport Police are urging those going to see it to do so safely.


Power cuts reported in Newark

Power cuts reported in Newark

Western Power has reported a low voltage incident in Newark this afternoon, causing power cuts to Beacon Hill Road and the surrounding areas.


County council to receive half of Elm Avenue profits

County council to receive half of Elm Avenue profits

Nottinghamshire County Council will receive 50% of the proceeds from the sale of The Stadium on Elm Avenue.

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College artwork to go on show

College artwork to go on show

The annual Newark College Art and Design Exhibition, featuring students’ work, opens Friday.


Running Newark Half-marathon in memory of former colleague Warwick Lane

Running Newark Half-marathon in memory of former colleague Warwick Lane

A JOURNALIST is hoping to raise hundreds of pounds for a blood cancer charity by running a half-marathon in memory of a late friend and colleague.


Locations of mobile speed cameras this week

Locations of mobile speed cameras this week

The locations that mobile speed cameras will be situated in Nottinghamshire this week has been published.


Mum to feature on Eating Ourselves To Death

Mum to feature on Eating Ourselves To Death

A mother of twins will talk about her battle with obesity on a television documentary tonight.


Mixed results for Sherwood Forest Trust targets

Mixed results for Sherwood Forest Trust targets

According to new figures, Sherwood Forest NHS Hospitals Trust is above average when it comes to cancer care, A&E waiting hours and planned operations


Should utility companies be made to pay for damages caused by potholes?

Should utility companies be made to pay for damages caused by potholes?

Roadworks on London Road were completed on Saturday, however, some drivers were unhappy with the signage and condition of the road during the works.


Hospice funds boosted by annual fashion show lunch

Hospice funds boosted by annual fashion show lunch

An annual fashion show to raise money for Rainbows Children’s Hospice, at Kelham House Hotel, was sold out and was attended by more than 100 people.


Oxygen masks will help save pets’ lives

Oxygen masks will help save pets’ lives

Hazel Millns has already paid for a set of masks for Newark firefighters to carry on their fire appliances, and now continuing her appeal to buy more.


A global operation in recycling efforts

A global operation in recycling efforts

Minimising waste and making the best use of resources were discussed when Newark MP Robert Jenrick visited sustainable packaging company DS Smith.


Author’s new work empowers women

Author’s new work empowers women

Newark author Rosalyn Palmer has topped Amazon’s best-sellers charts with her novel Ignite Your Life For Women.


Love Island and Line of Duty celebs to star in charity match

Love Island and Line of Duty celebs to star in charity match

Nottinghamshire police will be competing in a special charity football match in aid of the Ending Gang & Youth Violence Consortium.


More misplaced 999 calls for Notts Police

More misplaced 999 calls for Notts Police

Nottinghamshire Police has released details of yet another of the misplaced 999 calls it has received, and appealed to people to use 999 responsibly.


Newark Business Awards' winners announced

Newark Business Awards' winners announced

Businessmen and women were celebrated at the Newark Business Awards last night.


Skyla and Dollee the pig win at Lincolnshire Show

Skyla and Dollee the pig win at Lincolnshire Show

Skyla Hudson, 7, who goes to John Hunt Primary School, won the under-9s young handler competition in the pig classes at Lincolnshire County Show.


All signs point to a great party

All signs point to a great party

An annual village get-together has raised more than £1,000 for new projects.


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