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Anguish for artists at centre

Anguish for artists at centre

Pottery enthusiasts from the Newark area are campaigning against changes to services at Rufford Ceramics Centre.


Attack on express

Attack on express

Hooligans badly damaged a high speed train carrying 1,000 travellers through Newark on Monday afternoon.


Bid to reduce traffic speed

Bid to reduce traffic speed

Residents are calling for action to stop vehicles travelling too fast along a narrow lane.


Care role is thought to be a first

Care role is thought to be a first

New staff are helping to speed up treatment at Newark’s accident and emergency department in a scheme thought to be the first of its kind in the country.


Club swimmers make a splash

Club swimmers make a splash

The achievements of disabled swimmers were celebrated at the annual awards evening of Bingham Penguins Swimming Club.


Downhill route to race success

Downhill route to race success

Competitors of all ages hurtled at top speeds down a hill in a village’s first race for homemade carts.


Flood fear remains

Flood fear remains

Residents say not enough has been done to reduce the risk of more flooding in Southwell.


Flying visit for prince

Flying visit for prince

Prince William is to start training at RAF Cranwell this month. His father, Prince Charles, trained at the base in 1971.


Former playground set to be carpark

Former playground set to be carpark

More parking could be provided in Newark town centre on a former school playground.


Going to town on parish poser

Going to town on parish poser

The saga of the village governed by a town council has taken another turn, after members decided to rethink their status again.


Graffiti blight on estate

Graffiti blight on estate

Graffiti is blighting a Newark housing estate and youths from other parts of town are being blamed.


Harry and Ella top for tots names

Harry and Ella top for tots names

The most popular names in the Advertiser’s birth announcements in 2007 were Harry and Ella, both bucking the trend nationally.


Hunt rides into town

Hunt rides into town

Despite the rain, more than 1,000 people greeted the South Notts Hunt on Tuesday when members returned to Newark Market Place for the second consecutive year for their New Year’s Day meet.


Inn may become shops or homes

Inn may become shops or homes

A landmark public house faces an uncertain future after owners put it up for sale as a de-licensed property with a guide price of £600,000.


Lottery setback

Lottery setback

Plans to build a church and community centre have suffered a setback after Bingham Methodist Church failed in its bid for £1/2m from the lottery.


Nursery closure agreed

Nursery closure agreed

A nursery attached to Dukeries College and Complex is to close after its governing body decided a funding deficit was becoming too large.


Pupils parade their talent

Pupils parade their talent

An inter-house singing competition at the Minster School, Southwell, was won by Emily Stutchbury (13).


Residents reject drug-dealing tag

Residents reject drug-dealing tag

Two residents of council-owned flats in Newark have claimed in court that the block is a hive of drug use and dealing.


Shopping for ideas

Shopping for ideas

Public opinion is being sought on plans to turn council-owned land into a retail and leisure complex that could help to revitalise shopping in Ollerton.


Twinners eye new members

Twinners eye new members

Clubs and organisations are being asked to help maintain a 25-year twinning link between Southwell and the French town of Sees.


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