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Village on run for children’s charity

Village on run for children’s charity

About 100 people took part in two runs from Elston playing fields on Saturday to raise money for a charity that supports brain tumour research.


Village shop raided

Village shop raided

Three men in balaclavas broke into a Spar shop on High Street, Bassingham, early on Monday.


Wrong site for drug unit

Wrong site for drug unit

Plans for a possible unit in Ollerton for recovering drug or alcohol addicts is continuing to cause concern.


Appeal after injured dog dumped in Kirklington

Appeal after injured dog dumped in Kirklington

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog with severe injuries was found dumped in Kirklington.


Protest at Staythorpe Power Station

Protest at Staythorpe Power Station

British construction workers protested at the new Staythorpe Power Station over claims contractors are using foreign labour.


Protest at Staythorpe Power Station

Protest at Staythorpe Power Station

British construction workers protested at the new Staythorpe Power Station over claims contractors are using foreign labour.


Newark sugar plant jobs at risk

Newark sugar plant jobs at risk

A sugar company is to close its packaging plant at Newark, putting 68 jobs at risk.


Duke marks Southwell Minster milestone

Duke marks Southwell Minster milestone

The Duke of Kent, the Queen’s cousin, attended a special service at Southwell Minster on Tuesday to mark the building’s 900th anniversary and the completion of repair work to the central tower.


Thieves take cigarettes from village shop

Thieves take cigarettes from village shop

Police are investigating after three men wearing balaclavas broke into a Spar shop.


Parishes asked for more money

Parishes asked for more money

Churchgoers are to be asked to dig deeper in their pockets next year to find more money to help meet the running costs of the Southwell and Nottingham Diocese.


Cadets on parade for Trafalgar Day

Cadets on parade for Trafalgar Day

More than 200 sea cadets took part in a Trafalgar Day service and parade in Newark on Sunday.


Litter squads to the rescue

Litter squads to the rescue

The number of complaints about litter and fly-tipping in Newark and Sherwood has dropped thanks to the work of two teams set up to deal with the problem.


Appeal after car theft

Appeal after car theft

Police are appealing for information after a car was stolen in Fulbeck.


400 mourn dance teacher

400 mourn dance teacher

More than 400 people attended the funeral service of well-known dance teacher Miss Alison Willett in Southwell Minster on Monday.


Sleepwalkers step up hospice effort

Sleepwalkers step up hospice effort

Hundreds of people donned pyjamas and dressing gowns for the first Forget Me Not Sleepwalk in aid of Beaumond House Community Hospice, Newark.


A46 dual delay just drags on

A46 dual delay just drags on

Calls have been made to end the delay over the dualling of the A46 between Newark and Widmerpool.


Anger over delayed op

Anger over delayed op

A seven-year-old girl whose tonsils have been swollen for almost a year is still waiting for an operation to remove them six months after one was cancelled.


Animal magic from scrap

Animal magic from scrap

More than 80 children at a village school were shown that recycling could be fun when they made farm animals out of scrap material.


Backing for more homes

Backing for more homes

More sites for housing will be needed so young people growing up in Newark and Sherwood will be able to find homes in the district.


Band in bid to break record

Band in bid to break record

The landlord of a village pub has formed a band in a bid to break a world record by playing the most venues in 12 hours.


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