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Pupils draw new blood to sessions

Pupils draw new blood to sessions

PUPILS organised a blood donor session at their school.


Pupils give lessons in play

Pupils give lessons in play

A brightly coloured parachute, mini hurdles, sponge balls and whistles were among the equipment primary school pupils bought with money they raised.


Quick on the draw

Quick on the draw

THE LOCATION may not have yet been found, but Bingham Town Council is to spend £1,500 drawing up plans for a community centre.


Report outlines build concerns

Report outlines build concerns

Strong objections have been voiced by Bingham Town Council against plans for an eco-town at the former RAF Newton.


Rise in rents confuses

Rise in rents confuses

Council officers want more details about a Government announcement to halve a planned rent increase for tenants.


Save vital service

Save vital service

Students at a training centre earmarked for closure say they will do all they can to save it.


Siege plan set to lure shoppers

Siege plan set to lure shoppers

National companies are being urged to support a campaign designed to encourage people to shop in Newark.


Sun shines on pupils’ production of Annie

Sun shines on pupils’ production of Annie

The Palace Theatre, Newark, was packed for the opening night of Annie by the Magnus School — and rightly so as the show deserved a full house.


Tussle on the timetable

Tussle on the timetable

Pupils at the Magnus Church of England School, Newark, were this week given lessons in self-defence.


Twinning at risk as interest wanes

Twinning at risk as interest wanes

The future of a twinning association that was founded almost 30 years ago is in doubt as new members cannot be found to fill committee positions.


Distraction burglary warning

Distraction burglary warning

Police are warning people to be on the alert after three distraction burglaries on Tuesday. The offenders claimed to from water companies and detectives believe the offences are linked.


Arrest after stabbing report

Arrest after stabbing report

Police cordoned off part of Elm Avenue, Newark, today following an allegation that a man had been stabbed.


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.


District council tax frozen

District council tax 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 for the first time in 22 years.


Pupils take to the stage for Magnus production

Pupils take to the stage for Magnus production

The Palace Theatre, Newark, was packed for the opening night of Annie by the Magnus School — and rightly so as the show deserved a full house.


Show set to be the best

Show set to be the best

The attendance at this year’s Newark and Nottinghamshire County Show is expected to top 60,000.


Carparking refund scheme will happen

Carparking refund scheme will happen

A campaign to encourage people to shop locally by offering refunds on carparking will go ahead.


Motorcycles seized

Motorcycles seized

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


Driver dies in Sutton-on-Trent crash

Driver dies in Sutton-on-Trent crash

A 33-year-old man died after his car left the road at Sutton-on-Trent last night.


Roadworks planned for A46 at Newark

Roadworks planned for A46 at Newark

Work to resurface both carriageways of the A46 at the Newark East Interchange will start on Monday March 16.


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