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OAP games for hi-tech workout

OAP games for hi-tech workout

Residents at a Boughton care home have found a novel way of keeping fit and healthy — by spending their afternoons playing on the latest hi-tech video games console.


Park fails to please

Park fails to please

Plans for a £11/2m activity centre that could help to create up to 45 jobs at a tourist attraction have been refused.


Parking charge hike hits hard

Parking charge hike hits hard

Businesses are concerned that new charges introduced in council carparks could affect their trade.


Pupils’ banner goes on show

Pupils’ banner goes on show

Rainbows, butterflies and the Earth feature on a silk banner made to mark a junior school’s environment week.


Raising town fair’s profile

Raising town fair’s profile

Circus workshops, an acrobatic display team and fairground rides are just some of the attractions at this year’s Bingham Town Fair.


Residents urged to have their say

Residents urged to have their say

RESIDENTS have been urged to give their views on the controversial proposal for an eco-town in Newton.


Show fans first in the queue

Show fans first in the queue

People from across the district attended the filming of the Antiques Roadshow at Southwell Minster.


Signs that show people care

Signs that show people care

A new club for the deaf and hard of hearing has been set up in Newark. About 40 people attend the monthly sessions.


Sound ideas on venues

Sound ideas on venues

Jazz music was played at a diverse range of venues over the weekend, from small intimate coffee shops to the stage of the Palace Theatre.


Streets mains pain

Streets mains pain

The disruption caused by gas mains work in Balderton is set to continue for another five weeks.


Summer music returns

Summer music returns

A summer music festival is to be held at Newark’s Riverside Park.


Teen drinkers can get help

Teen drinkers can get help

An organisation providing free and confidential support and information to young people with drug and alcohol problems wants to work in Balderton.


Teen in tune for music awards

Teen in tune for music awards

A teenager who recently received a scholarship to study music at a university in London will be this year’s recipient of Southwell Choral Society’s bursary award and the Peggy Oldham Award.


Town is set to blossom

Town is set to blossom

Thousands of flowers will be planted in Newark as the town re-enters the Britain In Bloom competition.


Trio on right track

Trio on right track

Among the more unusual festival venues were two trains that arrived at Newark Castle Station on Saturday.


We want our park back

We want our park back

An eight-year-old girl wants youths to stop spoiling the park where she plays.


Wind farm firm goes to appeal

Wind farm firm goes to appeal

An energy company that was refused permission to build a wind farm near a former airfield has appealed against the decision.


Woman robbed after suffering seizure

Woman robbed after suffering seizure

A thief stole a woman’s bag and purse as she lay unconscious after suffering an epileptic seizure.


Works of art await in minster

Works of art await in minster

Artwork will fill Southwell Minster from tomorrow as part of events to mark the building’s 900th anniversary.


Young and old join the parade

Young and old join the parade

The streets of Newark were alive to the sound of music as a New Orleans-style jazz parade made its way through the town in spectacular fashion on Sunday.


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