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Fault found at choices

Fault found at choices

There were mixed views given at the meetings about the three shortlisted sites at Mill Hill Road, Tythby Road and Warner’s Paddock.


Fearing far right link to protest

Fearing far right link to protest

Protests continue amid efforts to secure jobs for UK workers on the construction phase of the new Staythorpe Power Station.


Float on the move

Float on the move

Newark and District Round Table starts its Christmas float collection on Thursday and is hoping to raise £5,000 for local charities.


Flood review details denied

Flood review details denied

A demand has been made for a water authority to publicly reveal the results of a review of Southwell’s sewerage system.


Flowers for fallen

Flowers for fallen

Flowers were placed at the Memorial To The Fallen in Newark Cemetery on Saturday.


Friends make the cut with short film

Friends make the cut with short film

A film made by five ten-year-old girls during the summer holidays was nominated for an award as part of a competition run by the BBC.


History buff eyes top prize

History buff eyes top prize

A teenager is one step closer to his debut as a TV presenter after reaching the final of a competition.


History lesson heads back to the Home Front

History lesson heads back to the Home Front

Two museum employees dressed as characters from the second world war Home Front and gave a presentation to about 50 pupils.


Importance of homes policy

Importance of homes policy

A planning inspector’s decision to allow former colliery homes to be converted into flats shows the importance of a council’s new policy, according to a town councillor.


Learn to sing in perfect harmony

Learn to sing in perfect harmony

Pupils in Newark schools will have the opportunity to sing with choristers from Southwell Minster as part of a national singing campaign.


Let There Be Light

Let There Be Light

Today’s Christmas lights switch- on in Ollerton looks set to be the biggest and best the town has seen.


Lighting up the church

Lighting up the church

Bingham Parish Church was lit up with thousands of Christmas lights on Wednesday for the town’s second Christmas Tree Festival.


MPs in a jam over medlar spread

MPs in a jam over medlar spread

A Newark delicatessen came to the rescue of MPs in the House of Commons struggling to find an unusual jam.


New life owed to brain surgery

New life owed to brain surgery

A woman who has Parkinson’s disease is due to speak at a national conference about how brain surgery changed her life.


Officers move to new base

Officers move to new base

Officers are to be transferred from Bingham to Cotgrave as part of a shake-up of policing resources.


Pavilion plans on display

Pavilion plans on display

Plans for a new multi-use sports pavilion in Farndon will go on display this weekend.


Personality counts among nursery pupils

Personality counts among nursery pupils

A village nursery has been judged outstanding in all areas by Ofsted.


Pitching for sports plan

Pitching for sports plan

Plans to install a wind turbine and floodlights as part of improvements to sports facilities at Butt Field are to be put forward.


Pressure pays off

Pressure pays off

Health chiefs have bowed to public pressure and agreed to consider a fourth site for Bingham’s new health centre.


Pupils take to tree tradition

Pupils take to tree tradition

Flintham Primary School pupils Oliver Whaley and Archie Farell, both aged eight, help to decorate trees in their village orchard.


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