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Time to reflect

Time to reflect


Second phase of homes launched

Second phase of homes launched

The second phase of properties at Miller Homes’ Bingham site have been unveiled.


Green light given for permanent traffic control

Green light given for permanent traffic control

Temporary traffic lights installed on the A617 to ease traffic congestion during the construction of Staythorpe Power Station will stay permanently.


Changes to the NHS and Newark Hospital were discussed when the MP for Newark, Mr Patrick Mercer, met GPs at Lombard Street Surgeries, Newark.


Caravan site plan rejected

Caravan site plan rejected

A parish council has been inundated with objections to a Traveller/Gipsy encampment at Collingham.


Final push for schools

Final push for schools

Campaigners are making a final push for people to sign a petition calling for desperately needed investment in Newark’s secondary schools before a Government minister visits the town.


Conservatory adds plenty of appeal

Conservatory adds plenty of appeal

A SUBSTANTIAL four-bedroomed detached family home in a cul-de-sac has come on the market, priced £224,950, through Jon Brambles of Newark.


A great sacrifice

A great sacrifice


Town hospital is a jewel in NHS crown

Town hospital is a jewel in NHS crown


Pleasant trip

Pleasant trip


Case for change

Case for change


Ticket doubt

Ticket doubt


Sports excellence rewarded

Sports excellence rewarded

Students at The Dukeries College, Ollerton, have been rewarded for their sporting achievements.


Traffic fears over green cemetery

Traffic fears over green cemetery

Proposals for a green burial site in Southwell have been opposed by the town council, which described the plans as totally unsuitable for the location.


Emergency volunteers seek help

Emergency volunteers seek help

The potential axing of a life-saving service in the Southwell area means more volunteers are needed for a voluntary group that would have to take up the slack.


Rogue trader warning

Rogue trader warning

Elderly residents are being warned not to do business with rogue traders operating in Southwell.


Invited to see artists at work

Invited to see artists at work

Members of the public have the chance to see artists at work during two weekends in November.


Drumming up support for new members

Drumming up support for new members

A concert band set up 12 years ago is looking for new members to replace musicians who have left for university studies.


Sending cards that help good causes

Sending cards that help good causes

A charity Christmas card stall in Newark Parish Church was officially opened by the Mayor of Newark, Mr Tony Roberts.


Vane fund grows

Vane fund grows

The fund to replace the weather vane cockerel on Newark Parish Church has reached £50,000 — just over half of what is needed.


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