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No news suits MPs

The public was barred from the historic meeting of Parliament’s Home Affairs Select Committee at Kelham Hall on Monday.


On course for for final marathon

On course for for final marathon

A nurse is running the London Marathon to raise money for a charity that works with young people with heart problems.


Paying more for police

Paying more for police

Nottinghamshire Police Authority’s budget is rising by 4.2% to almost £187m in the financial year that starts in April.


Plan hatched for egg production

Plan hatched for egg production

An application has been submitted for a free range egg production unit housing 16,000 birds.


Pride of place for plaque

Pride of place for plaque

A monument to an 18th Century doctor to a king is to be restored and will be rehung in a church after lying unseen for many years.


Protesters voice fears

Protesters voice fears

Opposition is mounting against the rumoured development of the last green space in the centre of Bingham.


Pupils welcome French head

Pupils welcome French head

Links between two schools, one in Newark and one in France, continue to grow after a four-day visit to the town by the French head.


Quake data recorded by school

Quake data recorded by school

Science students were worried their school’s seismograph had missed this week’s earthquake.


Quake shakes dozers awake

Quake shakes dozers awake

The biggest earthquake to be felt in Nottinghamshire since 1957 caused damage across the Advertiser area.


Quake shakes dozers awake

Quake shakes dozers awake

The biggest earthquake to be felt in Nottinghamshire since 1957 caused damage across the Advertiser area.


Rueing rise of town quango

Rueing rise of town quango

Concerns have been raised that an unelected group in Newark has been given too much power and money.


Safety first on cycle route

Safety first on cycle route

A new cycle route, that will also include a pedestrian crossing, will be installed in the next year to link a business park close to a large housing estate to the town.


Search on for canine friend

Search on for canine friend

Staff at a residential care home for children are looking for a dog to make regular visits.


Seeing stars

Seeing stars

Children learned about the solar system in an inflatable planetarium.


Staying young with leap years

Staying young with leap years

A widowed great-great grandmother is celebrating her 20th birthday today.


Surgeries urged to avoid costlier telephone systems

Surgeries urged to avoid costlier telephone systems

Doctors’ surgeries in the Newark area have been warned not to introduce higher cost telephone numbers that make money from patients’ calls.


Top marks for tip

Top marks for tip

Users of Fiskerton tip have welcomed the reopening of the site this week after a month-long closure for improvements.


Toys from the past

Toys from the past

Victorian toys including whipping tops, cats’ cradles, hoops and diabolos will be available for people to play with throughout the new season at Southwell Workhouse.


Alterations to open former cells

Alterations to open former cells

Improvements are planned for a building owned by Southwell Town Council to make it more useful to the community.


A popular haunt for ghost team

A popular haunt for ghost team

For nearly five years investigators have been regularly visiting Newark Castle to study reports of paranormal activity.


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