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Family fun with games and craft

Family fun with games and craft

Children and adults enjoyed getting crafty together at a family fun day.


Newark player of the People's Postcode Lottery scoops bumper pay day

Newark player of the People's Postcode Lottery scoops bumper pay day

A player has scooped tens of thousands on the People's Postcode Lottery.


VIDEO: Flood warnings in place as further rain forecast

VIDEO: Flood warnings in place as further rain forecast

Water levels remain high and further heavy rain is also forecast for tomorrow, the Environment Agency said.


Robert Jenrick announces raft of financial support for flood victims

Robert Jenrick announces raft of financial support for flood victims

Thousands of pounds of support for people affected by flooding has been announced after storms Dennis and Ciara.

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Help sought in investigation into shop burglary

Help sought in investigation into shop burglary

Police are investigating the burglary of a Newark town centre shop.


Video: Drone footage captures fields like seas around Newark

Video: Drone footage captures fields like seas around Newark

Drone footage that can be seen here shows the extent of Storm Dennis flooding around Newark.


Two Newark men hauled from a flight as it touched down at an airport for causing a drunken disturbance.

Two Newark men hauled from a flight as it touched down at an airport for causing a drunken disturbance.

Drunk Michal Sopanski, 26, and Tomasz Sobieraj, 30, were charged by police after the pilot of a flight radioed for police assistance on landing.


Newbie collects six bags of rubbish in 100 yards

Newbie collects six bags of rubbish in 100 yards

A new village resident has shown community spirit by joining the village litter-picking team ­— and collected six bags during his first session.


Paedophile threatened to humiliate schoolgirl unless she continued to indulge his sick fantasies

Paedophile threatened to humiliate schoolgirl unless she continued to indulge his sick fantasies

Depraved Alec Parkin, of Lacey Green, Balderton, subjected his 13-year-old victim to sustained online sexual abuse over Facebook for 18 months.


Burglaries committed on the same day see man, 87, pushed to the ground and woman, 75, bound by intruders

Burglaries committed on the same day see man, 87, pushed to the ground and woman, 75, bound by intruders

An elderly man was shoved to the ground and a woman, 75, was bound by an intruder claiming to be police.


Help for flooded homes and businesses

Help for flooded homes and businesses

Help for those affected by this week's flooding has been pledged by Newark's MP and Nottinghamshire County Council.


Help in hitting the high notes

Help in hitting the high notes

An amateur singing group wants young musicians to apply for its annual bursaries, worth up to £1,000.


Development land near Newark is put up for sale

Development land near Newark is put up for sale

The leasehold of a large slice of land with development potential has been made available to buy.


GALLERY: Tolney Lane residents evacuate

GALLERY: Tolney Lane residents evacuate

Residents at risk of being flooded or cut-off began moving their caravans from Tolney Lane this morning.


More flood warnings issued by Environment Agency

More flood warnings issued by Environment Agency

The Environment Agency has issued more flood warnings this morning due to rising flood waters.


Checks on horses carried out

Checks on horses carried out

Checks on horses and their owners were carried out across the county last week.


Residents advised to evacuate due to potential flooding

Residents advised to evacuate due to potential flooding

A number of properties and surrounding roads are expected to be flooded overnight, and the Environment Agency is urging residents to take action.


Newark Women's Aid to receive Government funding

Newark Women's Aid to receive Government funding

Councils, including Nottinghamshire, are set to receive life-saving support in safe housing for survivors of domestic abuse and their children.


Councillors agree to rent increase

Councillors agree to rent increase

Rent for council homes in Newark and Sherwood is set to increase in the next financial year following a heated debate between district councillors.


Young artists ‘do it different’ through launch of exhibition

Young artists ‘do it different’ through launch of exhibition

A new art exhibition has been launched at a National Trust property.


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