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Fathers tribute to son killed in the Kent plane crash

Fathers tribute to son killed in the Kent plane crash

The youngest victim of the Kent plane crash grew up in Weston.


Gearing up for charity challenge

Gearing up for charity challenge

Two Dukeries College pupils will cycle 75 miles from their home to the Peak District to raise money for alternative treatment for a young father with cancer.


Hat pick to assign plots

Hat pick to assign plots

When demand exceeded the number of allotment plots available in the town, Bingham Town Council came up with one of the oldest and fairest solutions — to pull names out of a hat.


Keeping young at heart

Keeping young at heart

An exercise class for the over 50s in Bingham is doing more than helping its members to keep fit — it is also proving a great place for people to socialise and make new friends.


Market bench in memory of trader’s son

Market bench in memory of trader’s son

Market traders raised money to help buy a bench in memory of the autistic son of fellow stallholders.


Olympic dream of family team

Olympic dream of family team

A family of showjumpers could become the first in history to make up an entire British team at an Olympics.


Police appeal for priority list

Police appeal for priority list

Residents of Bingham are being urged by police to list their top priorities for action to try to help combat anti-social behaviour and crime in the town.


Police appeal for views

Police appeal for views

Residents of Bingham are being urged by police to list their top priorities for action to try to help combat anti-social behaviour and crime in the town.


Police delays annoy dealers

Police delays annoy dealers

Security camera footage at Newark Antiques Centre was lost because the police took more than two weeks to call, despite being warned the images would be overwritten after six days.


Police on the move

Police on the move

A reorganisation of policing in Southwell means there are no emergency response officers based in the town.


Police sergeants take desk jobs

Police sergeants take desk jobs

Five of ten front-line police sergeants dealing with 999 calls in Newark and Sherwood are being switched to desk jobs.


Saved

Saved

Residents and staff at a Boughton care home that was earmarked for closure have been given a reprieve.


Sergeants swop to desk jobs

Sergeants swop to desk jobs

Five of ten front-line police sergeants dealing with 999 calls in Newark and Sherwood are being switched to desk jobs.


Sheltered housing planned

Sheltered housing planned

A 100-room sheltered housing facility will be built in Newark, Nottinghamshire County Council has announced.


Sick of waiting

Sick of waiting

It is feared plans to build a new £41/2m health centre in Bingham could be delayed again because another review is to take place before any decision is made.


The writing’s on the wall for graffiti duo

The writing’s on the wall for graffiti duo

Vandals have been caught on camera while spraying the word “Outlawz” on the side of a stationery shop in Newark town centre.


Worried about wildlife

Worried about wildlife

Conservationists fear that trees have been felled at nesting sites and wildlife has been crushed by diggers at a nature reserve.


A piece of the past preserved

A piece of the past preserved

Repairs are to be carried out on a 14th Century dovecote, the last remaining thatched example left in the county.


Apple to be preserved in glass

Apple to be preserved in glass

There are plans for a new stained glass window at Southwell Minster to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Bramley apple.


Army medic’s medal pride

Army medic’s medal pride

A Territorial Army medic is back at work at Newark Hospital this week, proudly displaying his Afghanistan campaign medal.


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