The question was put to the government to try to get some clarity over the issue.
Residents are being invited to have their say on this idea, and others, included in a proposed planning document produced by the district council.
Problems at level crossings on the Newark to Nottingham train line persist, despite hopes the issues had been fixed.
A skatepark was left littered with broken glass and bonfire remains last weekend.
In a coronavirus briefing today, Mr Jonathan Gribbin, director of Public Health for Nottinghamshire, confirmed the county would stick together.
From Monday, teachers and school staff can claim a 10% discount in Morrisons.
A free tree scheme, giving thousands of trees to residents, groups and parish councils across Newark and Sherwood, is returning for a second year.
Many former students of a Newark music teacher who died last week have been paying tribute to him and his work.
Officers spotted vans being loaded and unloaded into containers on the backs of lorries while conducting enquiries at an industrial estate.
An eight-year-old from Newark has been busy decorating her front garden ahead of Halloween.
Figures released by the Office for National Statistics have shown that overall crime fell by 7% in the year to the end of June.
Reducing the impact of covid-19 on residents, vital services and businesses will come from team work by people across Nottinghamshire, says police.
Councillors representing a ward with areas of deprivation are bridging the poverty gap by setting up their own foodbank over the half-term period.
A bakery that offered to make free packed lunches for children over the school half-term says it has been overwhelmed by support.
Nottinghamshire county, which moved into a tier three lockdown at one minute past midnight, has seen a rise of 2,807 cases over the past seven days.
I am in my 86th year and never thought that I would live under such a shambolic and incompetent Conservative government.
It is quite clear, now, that the pandemic has stretched the bond between the public and the scientific profession as never before.
Why can’t people understand the basic rules of social distancing?
More than 100 potholes have once again been reported on Orston Avenue, Newark.
In his As I See It column (Early Funds Made Available, October 1) Robert Jenrick MP had an air of inevitability.