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Queueing traffic increasing on A616 at Newark

Queueing traffic increasing on A616 at Newark

Traffic is building up towards Newark, as well traffic heading from South Muskham.

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Stalking victims urged to contact police at earliest opportunity

Stalking victims urged to contact police at earliest opportunity

The plea comes at the start of Stalking Awareness Week, seven days of events and activities to raise awareness of the issue.


Robert Jenrick: New mortgage scheme will help those with 5% deposits get onto housing ladder

Robert Jenrick: New mortgage scheme will help those with 5% deposits get onto housing ladder

The scheme aims to help first-time buyers or current homeowners secure a mortgage with just a 5% deposit to buy a house of up to £600,000.

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Severe delays on A46 and A17 at Newark

Severe delays on A46 and A17 at Newark

There are currently severe delays around Newark.


RELEASED: This week's district council planning applications

RELEASED: This week's district council planning applications

Plans in the Newark area include a change of use from a community centre to another but with flats, as well as several extensions and demolitions.


Boss to tackle marathon memory walk for Alzheimer's awareness

Boss to tackle marathon memory walk for Alzheimer's awareness

Jim Griffin will be completing the challenge in June to raise money for Alzheimer's Society.

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Help to save Britain's fastest declining mammal, the water vole

Help to save Britain's fastest declining mammal, the water vole

People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is asking people across England, Scotland and Wales to complete the survey from April 15 to June 15.


New range of hybrid and eco police cars give green light to environmentally friendly future

New range of hybrid and eco police cars give green light to environmentally friendly future

Neighbourhood policing teams will get a green boost this week as a new range of hybrid and economic cars are added to Nottinghamshire's fleet.


High street businesses still have time to get a digital recovery boost

High street businesses still have time to get a digital recovery boost

Eligible high street companies or established business groups can still be boosted by a council's covid digital recovery grants.


Updated coronavirus cases in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

Updated coronavirus cases in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

Public Health England has released the daily figures for Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire.


HMRC scam costs victims £23,000 in one week

HMRC scam costs victims £23,000 in one week

Nottinghamshire Police is working closely with Action Fraud after receiving 21 reports of the HMRC scam in seven days.


Two whole weeks with no covid-related deaths reported by hospital trust

Two whole weeks with no covid-related deaths reported by hospital trust

The trust runs Newark, King's Mill and Mansfield Community hospitals.


Driver sentenced for crash that left three seriously injured

Driver sentenced for crash that left three seriously injured

A driver who ignored a red light, drove at double the speed limit, and ploughed into a lorry has been disqualified from driving for five years.


Police issue warning over covid vaccination scam

Police issue warning over covid vaccination scam

A vulnerable man, who suffers from dementia, received a call from a fraudster offering him his second covid-19 vaccination.


More details released of vehicle wanted in connection to dog thefts

More details released of vehicle wanted in connection to dog thefts

Police searching for two stolen spaniels have released more information about the car they want to trace.


Updated coronavirus figures for today (Sunday)

Updated coronavirus figures for today (Sunday)

The latest figures have been released by Public Health England for the district and county.


Items from Iron Age discovered at site of Roman villa

Items from Iron Age discovered at site of Roman villa

A two-day excavation was carried out after controversial plans were submitted for an animal rendering plant nearby.


The vintage Americana seller and film prop supplier just up the road

The vintage Americana seller and film prop supplier just up the road

Whether you are looking to get yourself that piece of Americana for the living room, den or man cave, Tramps has it all.


Walking trail will remember life of 19th Century children's author

Walking trail will remember life of 19th Century children's author

The route will take visitors on a journey of significant places in her life.


Well-being podcast launched by Newark charity founder and hypnotherapist

Well-being podcast launched by Newark charity founder and hypnotherapist

Each episode will be centred around mental health and the struggles people have faced throughout the pandemic.


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