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Springs delights on show

Springs delights on show

A display of orchids was among the attractions at this year’s Farnsfield and District Horticultural Society spring show.


Student grants on offer

Student grants on offer

Students are again invited to apply to a charitable trust for grants towards their education.


Taking steps into shoe business

Taking steps into shoe business

A woman taking her first steps in business has amassed a collection of 350 pairs of shoes at her Bingham home.


Targeting truants

Targeting truants

Parents have been warned that they face prosecution if they fail to ensure their children attend school.


Thieves hit cemetery

Thieves hit cemetery

Thieves have stolen cast bronze memorial plaques at Newark Cemetery, as the price of scrap metal soars around the world.


Three decades of vital charity work

Three decades of vital charity work

Volunteers in Bingham have raised £235,000 for a national cancer charity since its branch was set up 30 years ago.


Worries raised over proposal

Worries raised over proposal

News that the former RAF Newton site could be used for 6,000 homes was met with disappointment from those most likely to be affected by the development.


£10m bus station, but not for us

£10m bus station, but not for us

Around £10m of public money is being spent on a new bus station for Mansfield, while Newark will remain dependent on help from the Asda consortium.


Archbishop at minster

Archbishop at minster

The Archbishop of York, the Most Rev Dr John Sentamu, attended a service at Southwell Minster yesterday afternoon, giving thanks for the building of three Church of Engalnd schools.


Bangers score with Ranieri

Bangers score with Ranieri

Celebrity football manager Claudio Ranieri has reminisced from his Italian home about his love for the sausages he buys in Newark.


Childrens courage and bravery shines

Childrens courage and bravery shines

A three-year-old’s bravery since being diagnosed with a brain tumour earned her an Advertiser Children Of Courage award yesterday.


College flock helps revive rare breed

College flock helps revive rare breed

Spring lambs are helping to ensure the future for a rare breed of Irish sheep.


Costly calls to council

Costly calls to council

People using mobile telephones to call Nottinghamshire County Council could be charged 35p a minute.


Customs office could go

Customs office could go

HM Revenue and Customs staff in Newark face an uncertain future as the office is earmarked for possible closure, meaning the potential loss from the town of yet another public sector service.


Demand a doctor

Demand a doctor

Health officials have set up a contest between towns in Nottinghamshire for a walk-in health centre, open 12 hours a day, every day.


Doing the chores

Doing the chores

National Trust volunteers dressed as paupers and staff to offer visitors a taste of what life was like for the poor in the 1800s.


Estate provides family and friendship

Estate provides family and friendship

Living on what is often thought to be one of the most troubled estates in Newark has not caused one of its oldest residents any concern.


Family feel to album

Family feel to album

A former pupil at the Minster School, Southwell, will release her debut album next month.


Fare soars for service to city

Fare soars for service to city

Bus fares for passengers travelling from Newark to Nottingham rose by a third on Sunday.


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.


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