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Pupils beam in yellow for YoungMinds UK

Pupils beam in yellow for YoungMinds UK

It was organised by year 11 student Georgia, who is the student charity representative.


Memorial bench unveiled in tribute to charity founder

Memorial bench unveiled in tribute to charity founder

A bench has been unveiled in memory of one of the founders of a charity that supports the wounded and mentally-scarred former Servicemen and woman.


Chilli festival is set to make return

Chilli festival is set to make return

A chilli festival is set to return for the first time since the pandemic with a new, bigger location.


Nursery launches Fit Fridays

Nursery launches Fit Fridays

A nursery has started hosting fitness sessions for parents on Fridays.


Protestors gather once more to show opposition to Newark carpark extension plans

Protestors gather once more to show opposition to Newark carpark extension plans

Large crowds gathered in Newark this afternoon (Saturday) to protest a carpark extension which would see four age-old trees demolished.

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Police arrest 17-year-old drug driver in Newark

Police arrest 17-year-old drug driver in Newark

A 17 year-old boy was arrested in Newark last night (Friday) for drug driving, and other offences, after being tracked down by police.


Half term traffic builds on the A46 this afternoon (Saturday)

Half term traffic builds on the A46 this afternoon (Saturday)

Half term holiday traffic is building on the A46 this afternoon.


 Police recruitment pathway delivers first batch of new officers

Police recruitment pathway delivers first batch of new officers

A new recruitment pathway aimed at widening access to front line policing in Nottinghamshire has delivered its first batch of new recruits.


New coronavirus cases confirmed in Newark and Sherwood today

New coronavirus cases confirmed in Newark and Sherwood today

New coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Newark and Sherwood, according to the latest figures from Public Health England.


Businessman born and raised in Newark dies at 88

Businessman born and raised in Newark dies at 88

A businessman born and raised in Newark has died at the age of 88.


Chance to win family ticket to magical Christmas light trail

Chance to win family ticket to magical Christmas light trail

Belton’s Christmas light trail is returning for its third year with a host of amazing new features­ — and you could be there on the opening night.


Charity calls out for more Newark volunteers

Charity calls out for more Newark volunteers

A charity that cares for terminally ill patients and their families are looking for more volunteers in the Newark area.


Newark pupils cook up friendship soup for homelessness charity

Newark pupils cook up friendship soup for homelessness charity

Pupils made their own friendship soup to deliver to a homelessness charity.


Runway Monday at Newark Showground set for take-off

Runway Monday at Newark Showground set for take-off

A one-day antiques fair takes place at Newark Showground on Monday.


This year's Newark Patriotic Fund Ball in pictures

This year's Newark Patriotic Fund Ball in pictures

Staff from the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre at Stanford Hall were honoured guests at the Newark Patriotic Fund charity ball.


Progress made in tackling large waste fire

Progress made in tackling large waste fire

The fire service has confirmed that good progress has been made in extinguishing a waste fire that has been burning for several weeks.


Popular retailer in Newark to shut up shop on Boxing Day

Popular retailer in Newark to shut up shop on Boxing Day

A popular retailer in Newark has announced it will shut up shop for Boxing Day.


Two men arrested and questioned in connection with spikings

Two men arrested and questioned in connection with spikings

Two men have been arrested as part of an ongoing investigation into spikings in Nottinghamshire.


Woman transforms salvage yard into terrifying mannequin safari

Woman transforms salvage yard into terrifying mannequin safari

A woman has transformed a salvage yard into a creepy Halloween mannequin safari.


How a Halloween costume behind the wheel could land you with £5,000 fine

How a Halloween costume behind the wheel could land you with £5,000 fine

Motorists gearing up for a fright fest on Halloween have been warned they could be fined £5,000 if their costume restricts their ability to drive.


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