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Hard going on hospital walk

Hard going on hospital walk

A woman walked 95 miles along the West Highland Way to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital.


Headstones in safe hands

Headstones in safe hands

Only ten headstones out of 15,000 in Newark Cemetery have been found to be unsafe in a check that has taken four years to complete.


Heirs course ends with wings

Heirs course ends with wings

Prince William received his wings on Friday from his father, Prince Charles, after completing a four-month intensive flying training course.


Hospice gains a managing director

Hospice gains a managing director

A managing director has been appointed to help develop the work and services at Beaumond House Community Hospice in Newark.


Legal threat in town’s parking row

Legal threat in town’s parking row

A solicitor and members of Southwell Traders’ Association are threatening legal action against Newark and Sherwood District Council if charges are introduced at a town centre carpark.


Lights just not up to standard

Lights just not up to standard

Modern street lamps erected in a Southwell conservation area have been described as “monstrosities” by a town councillor.


Line drawn on hall bid

Line drawn on hall bid

An appeal against the district council’s decision to refuse permission for 26 apartments on the site of a former Ollerton bingo hall has been dismissed.


Memorial appeal launched

Memorial appeal launched

A war historian from Bingham is leading a campaign to ensure a first world war hero is not forgotten.


New owners push the boat out

New owners push the boat out

The New Ferry restaurant in Farndon has been bought and is being renovated at a cost of £1m as restaurateur brothers and their partners embark on a second riverside location.


Old news proving popular

Old news proving popular

Newspapers is the topic at Newark Library this month as part of the government’s Year Of Reading.


Police fear for mans safety

Police fear for mans safety

Concern is mounting for a young Newark man who has not been seen since Sunday evening.


Posters carry road safety message

Posters carry road safety message

A grandfather presented prizes to the winners of a school competition to design a road safety poster.


Pupils keen on new kitchen

Pupils keen on new kitchen

Pupils at a Newark infants’ school are having meals cooked at the school’s own kitchen for the first time in its 73-year history.


Riverside walk is step closer

Riverside walk is step closer

Hopes are rising that a mile-long riverside walk will be created from Mill Bridge to Northgate Retail Park, Newark.


Rugby pals tribute

Rugby pals tribute

A minute’s silence will be held before all Southwell Rugby Club fixtures tomorrow in memory of a club member and former third XV captain killed in Afghanistan on Sunday.


Safety fears at playgroup

Safety fears at playgroup

Failings have been found at a village playgroup where youngsters could potentially access broken light fittings and glass bottles.


Satellites tracks school routes

Satellites tracks school routes

Pupils created a picture of their school by mapping their routes around the site with global positioning system devices.


School planned at former B and B

School planned at former B and B

A three-storey farmhouse could be used as a residential school if plans are approved by Newark and Sherwood District Council.


School welcomes first pupil

School welcomes first pupil

The first child has started lessons at Hope House School, Barnby Road, Balderton, which has been set up to help autistic children.


Search for centre site continues

Search for centre site continues

Efforts to build a new community centre in Bingham will continue regardless of whether or not plans for a replacement health centre go ahead, according to the Mayor of Bingham.


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