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Building for the future

Building for the future

A 16th Century key building in Southwell could be restored as part of a project to provide new headquarters costing about £2m for the Southwell and Nottingham Diocese.


Cat returns to rosette

Cat returns to rosette

A much-loved pet cat missing for three months returned safely home on the day that a prize rosette was delivered from the Advertiser.


Centre wants more help

Centre wants more help

More volunteers are wanted for a centre that supports people with mental illness and disabilities.


Changes forecast after cancelled markets

Changes forecast after cancelled markets

Assurances have been given that Newark and Sherwood District Council will take action to avoid a repeat of last week’s market cancellations.


Dad makes an express delivery

Dad makes an express delivery

The birth of a child is always a memorable experience for the parents but for one father it was extra special as he delivered his daughter himself.


Dragon to head saint’s parade

Dragon to head saint’s parade

Mr Brian Smith (79) of Station Road, Ollerton, is among those preparing for the fourth annual St George’s Day celebrations.


Eco-friendly HQ in mind

Eco-friendly HQ in mind

A 16th Century key building in Southwell could be restored as part of plans to provide new headquarters costing about £2m for the Southwell and Nottingham Diocese.


Ex-school goes under the hammer

Ex-school goes under the hammer

The now-derelict former Islamic school at Flintham was due to go under the auctioneer’s hammer yesterday.


Ex-school pulled from auction

Ex-school pulled from auction

The now-derelict former Islamic school at Flintham was due to go under the auctioneer’s hammer yesterday.


Farmers fined £12,000

Farmers fined £12,000

A company was fined after diesel polluted the lakes at Rufford Abbey Country Park, even though the spill was caused by thieves or vandals.


From a past of horrors to a future of hope

From a past of horrors to a future of hope

“The face looking back at me wasn’t mine, so I wasn’t me,” Falklands War veteran Mr Simon Weston told a conference in Newark on Friday.


Health chiefs explain choice

Health chiefs explain choice

Patients of Bingham Health Centre are being invited to two public meetings next week to discuss the next steps towards a new centre.


Living in capital proves costly

Living in capital proves costly

The MP for Newark, Mr Patrick Mercer, was one of five out of ten Nottinghamshire MPs to claim the maximum amount they are entitled to for a second home in London.


Making a difference

Making a difference

Street lights, church railings, and a picnic area are all projects paid for by a county-wide scheme aimed at providing community improvements.


Mapping out a bright future

Mapping out a bright future

Staff in the geography department of the Minster School, Southwell, have made it a hat-trick of awards.


Opposing gipsy site plan

Opposing gipsy site plan

Concerned residents turned out in force at an Edingley Parish Council meeting on Wednesday where a planning application for a gipsy site was being discussed.


Petitioin in bid to keep centre open

Petitioin in bid to keep centre open

A petition against the closure of Fiskerton Waste Recycling Centre was signed by more than 500 people on its first day.


Points success for president

Points success for president

The president of Long Bennington Village Produce Association, Mr Gerry Elms, won the A. Arnold and Son Cup for most points in the spring show on Saturday.


Pupils board the play boat

Pupils board the play boat

A wooden play boat has been installed in the playground of the Mount Primary School, Newark, in memory of Joel Picker-Spence, who died in November just before his seventh birthday.


Pupils full of bright ideas

Pupils full of bright ideas

Children from a Newark school made a large wall-hanging to decorate offices in the building.


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