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Town talks demanded

Town talks demanded

Calls are growing for a town meeting to discuss Bingham’s lack of community facilities.


Union worker to fight seat

Union worker to fight seat

A trade unionist from Southwell has been picked as the Labour Party’s prospective parliamentary candidate for Nottingham South.


Walking to work

Walking to work

Three colleagues walked more than 15 miles to work to raise money for Sport Relief.


...as does her ballet

...as does her ballet

It was a double success for young musician winner Poppy Brewell (above) who has been chosen to perform with the English Youth Ballet in Nottingham.


Best cuts for military

Best cuts for military

A shopkeeper is demonstrating his support for Services personnel who wear thier uniforms in public.


Brakes put on skatepark bid

Brakes put on skatepark bid

Calls for a skatepark to be built near a new youth centre have been dealt a blow because of uncertainty over plans to re-build the Dukeries College.


Bridge work to improve safety

Bridge work to improve safety

A scheme to widen a bridge in Bingham, to encourage more pedestrians and cyclists to use it, looks set to start in the summer.


Bright lights of downtown Southwell

Bright lights of downtown Southwell

One is the neon-lit, gambling capital of the world, the other a historic minster town, but a comparison has been drawn between the two.


Carpark work complaints

Carpark work complaints

Repairs to a riverside carpark that doubles as a popular picnic area are unnecessary and could lead to more cars being parked on the road, it has been claimed.


Challenge to parking charges

Challenge to parking charges

Residents and traders are opposing a decision to end long-stay free parking in Southwell.


Day to bring books alive

Day to bring books alive

Children from a Southwell infants’ school gave talks on their favourite books for World Book Day.


Disgusted by path mess

Disgusted by path mess

A cycle path that is popular with dog walkers has been branded a disgrace because of the amount of litter and dumped waste.


District approves council tax rises

District approves council tax rises

A council tax rise of just under 4% was approved by Newark and Sherwood District Council on Monday — almost double the increase agreed last year.


Fears for future of hall

Fears for future of hall

A man living close to a 300-year-old building that he fears could be converted into a home for young offenders, wants a public meeting with developers to clear the air.


Fire rips through homes

Fire rips through homes

A couple say their life has been left devastated after a fire tore through the block of flats in which they lived.


Girls musical talent shines...

Girls musical talent shines...

A violinist has won a young musician of the year competition run by Newark and Southwell Rotary clubs.


Graffiti lout defaces castle

Graffiti lout defaces castle

A route from Balderton to Newark has been defaced by a vandal who has sprayed the nickname “Outlawz” in at least 18 places, including Newark Castle.


Hit by egg yobs

Hit by egg yobs

A woman hit by an egg thrown from a passing car says she could have lost an eye.


Homes a help with business

Homes a help with business

Businesses in Newark should be able to benefit from plans that could mean up to 5,000 new homes are built on the edge of the town, a meeting of Newark Business Club was told on Friday.


Hot off the press

Hot off the press

Young reporters at Lowe’s Wong Junior School, Southwell, have published another edition of their award-winning newspaper this week.


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