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Calls for more detail on eco-town project

Calls for more detail on eco-town project

PLANS to build a 6,000-home eco-town at Newton should not be allowed to go ahead unless the A46 and A52 are improved, it was claimed this week.


Centre’s the place for strays

Centre’s the place for strays

After a change in the law, the police are no longer responsible for stray dogs.


Club united in silent tribute

Club united in silent tribute

More than 200 people stood for a minute’s silence before Southwell Rugby Club’s home fixtures on Saturday in memory of a former club member killed in Afghanistan.


Council to help pitch expansion

Council to help pitch expansion

A youth football club catering for hundreds of players has outgrown its current ground and wants to expand.


Crawl for a month on A46

Crawl for a month on A46

Drivers on the A46 will have to join 10mph convoys on short stretches from Thursday, and the entire road from Farndon to Saxondale roundabout will have a 40mph limit.


Crime group in crisis

Crime group in crisis

A former Newark police chief has been enlisted to revive a failing community partnership.


Crossing fears

Crossing fears

Parents concerned about the safety of their children as they walk to and from school have called for a crossing on Grantham Road, Bingham.


Flying the flag for St George

Flying the flag for St George

A retired village policeman wants more people to celebrate St George’s Day.


Gardeners warm to chilly show

Gardeners warm to chilly show

Thousands attended the Newark and Nottinghamshire Garden Show on Newark Showground at the weekend, despite bad weather.


Green messages go up and away

Green messages go up and away

Pupils at a primary school released balloons to mark Earth Day on Monday.


Hotel site approved for homes

Hotel site approved for homes

Approval has been given for homes on the derelict Robin Hood Hotel site in Newark despite calls for a rethink over the scheme by the chairman of Newark Town Council planning committee, Mr Peter Foster.


Jumping to a fitter lifestyle

Jumping to a fitter lifestyle

Adult trampolining classes are proving a huge hit in Bingham by giving people the chance to revisit their youth and have fun while exercising.


Little lambs a lucky find

Little lambs a lucky find

A newborn lamb missing for three days was found fit and well after being buried in a bale of hay.


Making contact in town

Making contact in town

A contact point for Rushcliffe Borough Council will open in Bingham on Thursday to give people easier access to services such as payments, benefits and bus passes.


Model message on handwashing

Model message on handwashing

A lifesize cardboard ‘talking’ nurse at Newark Hospital is being used as part of the latest campaign to encourage visitors and staff to wash their hands.


MP backed miners against pit closures

MP backed miners against pit closures

Newark’s former Conservative MP Mr Richard Thain Alexander died on Sunday, four years after being diagnosed with cancer. He was 73.


On the trail of pubs past and present

On the trail of pubs past and present

A group of history enthusiasts took a trip down memory lane when they were taken on a tour of Southwell’s historic pubs.


Party time for home residents

Party time for home residents

Residents and staff at a Boughton care home saved from closure celebrated with a party on Monday.


Petition on parking

Petition on parking

Town councillors are calling for opponents of planned parking charges in Southwell to make their feelings known.


Picture plea from society

Picture plea from society

Modern photographs are needed as part of a project to record the history of Southwell.


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