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Sufferer’s say helps others

Sufferer’s say helps others

A couple from the Advertiser area have helped East Midlands Ambulance Service to improve its care of people with motor neurone disease.


Support for mast appeal

Support for mast appeal

More than 200 people signed a petition calling for a mobile telephone mast in Southwell to be moved.


Wind turbine wins approval

Wind turbine wins approval

Plans for a wind turbine that divided opinion in two neighbouring villages have been given the go-ahead.


Arriving at prom in style

Arriving at prom in style

The end of exams for more than 360 pupils at a Bingham school will be marked in style this weekend.


Back from the Holy Land

Back from the Holy Land

A visit to Bethlehem and a boat trip across the Sea of Galilee formed part of a trip to the Holy Land by 45 pilgrims from the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham.


Cake baker bows out

Cake baker bows out

A pensioner who has baked cakes for the Maplebeck Garden Fete for more than 30 years was given a commemorative plate in recognition of her contribution.


College to use wind power

College to use wind power

PART of Dukeries College is being powered by a wind turbine.


Creative use of prison time

Creative use of prison time

A women’s prison near Newark has a farm shop that is open to the public.


Dispersal powers renewed

Dispersal powers renewed

AN ORDER that allows police to disperse groups and puts a curfew on children under 16 has been renewed in Ollerton and Boughton.


Fears for the future

Fears for the future

CONCERNS have been raised about the impact of a potential eco-town at Newton on future generations in Bingham.


Fence stays put

Fence stays put

Sports clubs are still denied access to Southwell’s all-weather pitch as a land-ownership dispute continues.


Folk flock for all the fun of the fair

Folk flock for all the fun of the fair

THOUSANDS of people visited Bingham’s annual town fair at the weekend to take in a variety of attractions.


Handy help for old folk

Handy help for old folk

A scheme that helps elderly people in Newark and Sherwood retain their independence in their own homes has reached a major milestone.


Height of stupidity

Height of stupidity

Young people are risking their lives by climbing up and down the walls of Newark Castle.


Holiday inspires appeal

Holiday inspires appeal

A holidaymaker is hoping to raise money to help a family he met while travelling in Africa.


Honours for the great and good

Honours for the great and good

An architect, two head-teachers and a woman who has dedicated her life to treating and rehabilitating sick and injured wildlife were among those in the Advertiser area to be named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.


Keen for more centre support

Keen for more centre support

A town councillor wants more support for plans to build a heritage centre in Southwell.


Keen to cut village’s lorry load

Keen to cut village’s lorry load

A couple want urgent action to cut the number of lorries travelling through their village.


Landlord measures up as top teacher

Landlord measures up as top teacher

A pub landlord who became a fully-qualified teacher only two years ago has been nominated for a regional award by his pupils.


Mast fight continues

Mast fight continues

An MP is backing the continuing campaign against a mobile phone mast in Southwell.


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