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Drink fuelled girl’s attacks

Drink fuelled girl’s attacks

A 15-year-old girl was given an 18-month supervision order for three assaults, one of which was on a pregnant woman at the Lakeside Shopping Centre, Balderton.


Father criticises drive-law changes

Father criticises drive-law changes

A father whose teenage daughter died in a car crash thinks that changes in the law on careless driving that came into force on Monday are not tough enough.


Fears over train times

Fears over train times

Commuters fear plans to cut train services in Aslockton could leave them stranded for hours.


Fine threat to street games

Fine threat to street games

Youngsters who annoy their neighbours by playing ball games in the street may face prosecution if they fail to heed warnings and cause a nuisance.


Firefighters go for gold

Firefighters go for gold

A firefighter from Newark will join about 30 colleagues from across Nottinghamshire to compete in the fire service’s own Olympic Games next week.


Gardens prove a winner

Gardens prove a winner

A care home that was spared from closure has had a Ground Force-style garden makeover, incorporating Boughton’s association with the mining industry.


Hawk jet down

Hawk jet down

Two crew escaped serious injury when they ejected before their jet plane crashed into the carpark at a Lincolnshire RAF base.


Ideal home for art showcase

Ideal home for art showcase

Artists have been given the chance to display their work in an exhibition at a Bingham show home.


Making the streets safer

Making the streets safer

Graffiti, litter and anti-social behaviour are just some of the issues being tackled in a bid to make improvements in and around a Newark estate.


Mixed views to toilet plan

Mixed views to toilet plan

Restaurant, café and public house owners are being encouraged to open their toilets to the public as part of efforts to improve facilities in Southwell.


Nominees named for election

Nominees named for election

The two main opponents to the MP for Newark, Mr Patrick Mercer, at the next General Election have been selected.


Petition to save rowdy peacocks

Petition to save rowdy peacocks

An online petition has been started to save peacocks that must be moved from their home for being too noisy.


Pitching for ideas

Pitching for ideas

Playing fields in Southwell that have been unused for a year look set for a new lease of life.


Position secured

Position secured

A service that helps unemployed people in the Ollerton area find work can continue for another two years after a £100,000 grant was secured.


Record-breaking results at GCSE

Record-breaking results at GCSE

Pupils received another set of record-breaking GCSE results yesterday, with many schools reporting their best ever performance.


Record entry at show

Record entry at show

Farndon Horticultural Society marked its 90th annual show with a record-breaking 640 entries on Saturday.


Reunion call

Reunion call

Two old school friends who have kept in touch for more than 60 years are trying to find their fellow class-mates for a reunion.


Scouts venture abroad

Scouts venture abroad

Scouts have returned from a two-week trip to the Czech Republic where they shared a part of Nottinghamshire’s heritage with the locals.


Seeking art expertise

Seeking art expertise

A group is looking for artists to share their expertise at its weekly meetings.


Soldier battles for front-line return

Soldier battles for front-line return

A soldier wants to be an inspiration to others by becoming only the second amputee to return to active duty.


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