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Bypass route queried

Bypass route queried

A bypass for Southwell will be considered by Nottinghamshire County Council in 2011 as part of the local transport plan.


Canal future put in doubt

Canal future put in doubt

A man who has spent nearly 40 years trying to restore a 33-mile waterway between Grantham and Nottingham fears it will never reopen if the dualling of the A46 goes ahead.


Cash theft a low blow to charity

Cash theft a low blow to charity

Thieves who stole a charity collection from a village pub have been branded “low-lifes” by the landlord.


Church centre that moves with the times

Church centre that moves with the times

A church that began life as a simple mission hut has celebrated the official opening of its £1.6m building.


Diabetes dilemma for cabbies

Diabetes dilemma for cabbies

More information is to be sought by councillors before they decide whether taxi drivers with type one diabetes should be allowed to continue to hold a licence.


District tax claim frozen

District tax claim frozen

The amount of council tax demanded by Newark and Sherwood District Council for the services it provides has been frozen at last year’s level.


Footpath wait finally over

Footpath wait finally over

Pedestrians can now walk safely to and from Southwell after the completion of a footpath.


Furore over floods fear

Furore over floods fear

A man seeking planning permission to create a caravan site says he is being penalised for acting honestly.


Implant op a sound choice

Implant op a sound choice

The parents of a boy who had an operation to implant a hearing device say the transformation in him was miraculous.


It’s a mod, mod world

It’s a mod, mod world

An exhibition celebrating one of the most enduring British youth cultures has opened at Millgate Museum, Newark.


Manor buy-out agreed

Manor buy-out agreed

A derelict manor house in the centre of Bingham will be bought by Rushcliffe Borough Council to save it from further decay, it has been agreed.


Maternity role praised

Maternity role praised

A couple whose baby was born at Newark Hospital have praised staff for their effort, skill and care.


Performance brings community together

Performance brings community together

Drama students from the Dukeries College, Ollerton, performed a play about bullying and isolation on Friday.


Pianist tops scale for contest victory

Pianist tops scale for contest victory

A pianist has been crowned the winner of the Bingham and District Rotary Club Young Musician Of The Year competition.


Plea for patrols

Plea for patrols

Calls have been made for more police patrols in Southwell on Friday and Saturday nights to prevent anti-social behaviour.


Police bikers on off-road patrols

Police bikers on off-road patrols

Two motorbikes were seized when off-road police motorcyclists spent a day tackling nuisance riders in the Newark area.


Police plan new HQ

Police plan new HQ

A new police station is to be built in Ollerton after Nottinghamshire Police Authority set aside £41/2m for the project.


Police seek helpers — masseuse may apply

Police seek helpers — masseuse may apply

Police officers could have the stresses of the day soothed away at the end of their shift with a relaxing massage.


Post office to open in shop

Post office to open in shop

A new Post Office is to open in Farndon.


Public say on police awards

Public say on police awards

The public are being asked for the first time to nominate police officers who they think deserve an award for their service to the community.


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