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Figures reveal crime levels

Figures reveal crime levels

Bingham is one of the safest places to live in the county, according to the latest crime figures.


Film helps to inspire world war research

Film helps to inspire world war research

Saving Private Ryan was the 1998 Steven Spielberg war epic that told of the fictional search for a paratrooper of the 101st Airborne Division.


First step to shuttle service

First step to shuttle service

The first steps are being taken towards preparing a carpark in Southwell for a park-and-ride scheme.


Green town blues

Green town blues

Fears are growing that thousands of unwanted homes will swamp Bingham if plans for an eco-town go ahead.


Group targets extra helpers

Group targets extra helpers

A group that helps young people who have Asperger’s Syndrome is looking for more volunteers.


Growers wild over unkempt allotment

Growers wild over unkempt allotment

An unkempt allotment is due to be cleared after three months of neglect.


Growing concern over green retreat

Growing concern over green retreat

An area that was considered a wildlife haven is said to have been destroyed, leaving nearby residents devastated.


Growing pains

Growing pains

MORE than 1,300 homes could be built on the outskirts of Southwell, it was revealed this week.


Hall project gains from village gala

Hall project gains from village gala

Hundreds of people attended the annual Bassingham show and gala on Saturday helping to raise money for the village’s £770,000 village hall project.


Low-cost homes favoured

Low-cost homes favoured

New homes will be built on four former garage sites in Newark and Balderton after plans were unanimously approved on Tuesday.


Making a stand

Making a stand

A former miner is looking to stand in next year’s county council elections in protest over transport charges against parents who want to send their children to church schools.


More memories from the past put to print

More memories from the past put to print

More about Orston’s past has been revealed in the latest edition of a history book.


Noisy birds to be banished

Noisy birds to be banished

Peacocks and peahens that roam wild at Fernwood could be captured and taken to a safe place after residents’ complaints about the nuisance they were causing.


Nursery staff help at clinic

Nursery staff help at clinic

Free childcare will be provided at a blood-testing clinic at Kelham Hall on Thursday.


Patience tested - lengthy journey for pain relief causes dismay

Patience tested - lengthy journey for pain relief causes dismay

An arthritis sufferer who spent nearly 12 hours getting to and from a three-minute treatment for his condition has questioned why he cannot be treated in Newark.


Poles under attack

Poles under attack

Racists are being blamed for repeated attacks on two Polish businesses in Newark.


Roadshows fail to allay fears

Roadshows fail to allay fears

Widespread concerns were voiced by those attending the first of the public exhibitions over the controversial eco-town plan.


Safety check grounds service

Safety check grounds service

The Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance was expected to resume service yesterday after being grounded for urgent safety checks.


Severe beating led to death

Severe beating led to death

Five days of evidence was heard during the trial of Sam Childe before the jury at Nottingham Crown Court convicted him of the murder of Mr Chris Johnson.


Step back in time on trail

Step back in time on trail

History enthusiasts can find out more about Newark’s medieval timber-framed buildings thanks to a new heritage trail.


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