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Class act on road safety

Class act on road safety

Children have written to the Advertiser, asking for help to stop parents parking on zig-zag lines.


Club’s say on shops

Club’s say on shops

Businesses are being asked for their views on the type of shops that should be provided as part of the planned expansion of Newark.


Deep clean team fights bug treatment

Deep clean team fights bug treatment

Wards and clinical areas are being steam cleaned at Newark Hospital as part of a £1.2m initiative to beat superbugs such as MRSA.


Fears flood back as rains return

Fears flood back as rains return

Residents in parts of Southwell prepared for the worst as the town went on flood alert in response to this week’s rain.


Feeling the pressure

Feeling the pressure

Objections have been raised over plans for 90 homes in Bingham because of fears the town’s services will not be able to cope with another rise in its population.


Firm a British brand

Firm a British brand

A Long Bennington company that makes horse-drawn carriages has been included in a book celebrating British manufacturing.


Grant secures course future

Grant secures course future

A community workshop scheme in Ollerton has been given a £50,000 grant to help keep it running for two years.


Hoping to save life of a stranger

Hoping to save life of a stranger

A young woman, who first volunteered as a potential bone marrow donor eight years ago, is hoping to have helped save the life of a stranger.


Hospital providing more services

Hospital providing more services

Services are increasing at Newark Hospital, a public meeting about progress there over the past year was told.


HQ plan spurned

HQ plan spurned

Plans for a stylish Newark base for Nottinghamshire County Council, made public for the first time today by the Advertiser, will remain disused in an architect’s files.


Limits could change

Limits could change

Speed limits could be cut on dangerous roads as a result of a Government-required review.


Making amends on memorial

Making amends on memorial

The names of four Farndon men killed in one of the world wars are to be added to a commemorative plaque in the memorial hall.


Missing letters lead to delay

Missing letters lead to delay

A decision on a planning application for 36 apartments in Boughton was deferred on Tuesday after it was alleged that a letter of objection had not been received.


More staff to ticket litter louts

More staff to ticket litter louts

Council staff will be trained to hand out £75 on-the-spot fines to litter louts who refuse to pick up their mess.


On alert as river runs high

On alert as river runs high

Heavy rain this week has brought flood warnings and prompted the district council into action to help prevent water entering homes.


Out with the old — times up for signs

Out with the old — times up for signs

Unwanted and out-of-date road signs in Southwell are cluttering up the town, it has been claimed.


Parking pay and dismay

Parking pay and dismay

A final attempt has been made to protect the future of free carparking in Southwell.


Pupils can keep on running

Pupils can keep on running

A £55,000 all-weather sports pitch means pupils at a Southwell school can exercise outside throughout the year.


Rethink on mushroom farm expansion

Rethink on mushroom farm expansion

A proposed expansion of a Southwell mushroom farm was refused on Tuesday after being considered for a second time by district councillors.


Rise in towns tax demand

Rise in towns tax demand

Taxpayers will have to pay around an extra £3 per household under Bingham Town Council’s spending plans for next year.


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