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Earth bunds created to deter illegal encampments are taking shape

Earth bunds created to deter illegal encampments are taking shape

More seeds are being sown on earth bunds created to deter Traveller and Gypsy encampments


Possible shift from economy-driven housing targets

Possible shift from economy-driven housing targets

Wildlife Trusts published a report, Planning A New Way Forward, which called for a planning system that enshrines people’s access to nature in law.


Latest planning applications submitted in your area

Latest planning applications submitted in your area

The latest planning applications submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council have been released.


Students’ work experience takes-off

Students’ work experience takes-off

Students from Newark’s Air and Space Institute (ASI) will be receiving on-the job training at the rejoin’s largest airport.


Police make dramatic arrest after man tries to kill woman in vicious knife attack

Police make dramatic arrest after man tries to kill woman in vicious knife attack

The dramatic arrest of an attempted murderer who slashed a woman’s throat is captured on camera in a gripping episode of Police Interceptors tonight.


Walking group members make the most of the great outdoors

Walking group members make the most of the great outdoors

A walking group have spent a week away enjoying the Lake District's impressive countryside.


Appeal for information after lost dog discovered by council

Appeal for information after lost dog discovered by council

A council is appealing to the public for information after a dog was found.


Multiple fire crews and ambulance rush to scene of crash

Multiple fire crews and ambulance rush to scene of crash

Several fire crews including Newark rushed to the scene of a crash.


What was making the headlines 25, 50 and 100 years ago?

What was making the headlines 25, 50 and 100 years ago?

Take a look at what was making the headlines 25, 50 and 100 years ago.


New anti-money laundering regulations brought into law

New anti-money laundering regulations brought into law

New anti-money laundering regulations mean all UK express trusts need to be registered with HMRC unless the trust falls into certain categories.


Investigation prompted after dog poos in public loo

Investigation prompted after dog poos in public loo

A council is investigating after dog pooed in a town's public loo.


Independent health food shop marks 30 years in business

Independent health food shop marks 30 years in business

An independent Newark health food shop celebrates its 30 year anniversary next month.


Magnus student accepted to study at Colgate University in New York

Magnus student accepted to study at Colgate University in New York

A student is set to jet off to pursue university education in the US.


Supermarket recalls pastries over nut fears

Supermarket recalls pastries over nut fears

Tesco is being forced to recall croissant products over fears they may contain nuts not listed on the label.


Could you be our next apprentice journalist?

Could you be our next apprentice journalist?

Iliffe Media, owner of Newark Advertiser and its sister titles, is opening its journalism apprentice scheme again.


Fire crews gain entry to property and give first aid to patient

Fire crews gain entry to property and give first aid to patient

Fire crews have been called out to several incidents today, including gaining entry to a property of someone in need of medical care.


Rail operator urges travellers to book ahead of Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend

Rail operator urges travellers to book ahead of Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend

A rail provider is urging customers to book ahead as the nation prepares to mark Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in a few weeks' time.


Government hands over £5m for transport projects to help tackle loneliness

Government hands over £5m for transport projects to help tackle loneliness

£5m has been allocated for transport pilot projects to tackle loneliness.


Self-driving delivery vans and public buses could be on UK roads by 2025

Self-driving delivery vans and public buses could be on UK roads by 2025

Self-driving delivery vans and buses could be on our streets within three years, say ministers, who are offering firms cash to get projects started.


Bakkavor backs four swimmers' English Channel swim for dementia research

Bakkavor backs four swimmers' English Channel swim for dementia research

Four Newark swimmers with a combined age of 226 will take on the English Channel for dementia research.


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