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Grassroots club a victim of tractor theft

Grassroots club a victim of tractor theft

A grassroots football club has fallen victim to crime, causing it a “significant and disappointing setback” in the lead up to the preseason.

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“Unforgettable” Formula 1 experience puts spotlight on STEM careers

“Unforgettable” Formula 1 experience puts spotlight on STEM careers

Students got up close to real Formula 1 cars and even tried their hand at racing around famous tracks during a school trip.


Sister trio recognised for their volunteering passion

Sister trio recognised for their volunteering passion

Three sisters who dedicated their free time to supporting patients at a hospital highlight the benefits of volunteering.


Walking tours tell the tales of historic town

Walking tours tell the tales of historic town

The National Civil War Centre has organised two walking tours to enlighten the public about the stories hidden behind people’s everyday places.


How to register to vote and when is the deadline

How to register to vote and when is the deadline

Anyone planning to vote in the upcoming General Election must first register to vote, and here is how.


New Nottinghamshire police commissioner to set out crime-fighting priorities

New Nottinghamshire police commissioner to set out crime-fighting priorities

New PCC will make tackling knife crime, reducing road accident deaths and preventing violence against women and girls a priority for his term.

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What you should know before moving house

What you should know before moving house

Moving house is one of the most stressful life events we have to deal with and sometimes it can be enough to raise one’s blood pressure.


New Mayor’s salary revealed

New Mayor’s salary revealed

The first East Midlands Mayor, Claire Ward, will be paid £93,000 a year and will have a deputy mayor on up to £46,500.


Beloved postie given emotional send off by whole village

Beloved postie given emotional send off by whole village

A village bid a loving farewell to their much-loved post lady, who has retired after 38 years of service.


Bench unveiled in honour of pioneering first registered nurse

Bench unveiled in honour of pioneering first registered nurse

A primary school has unveiled a bench in honour of the pioneering first registered nurse Ethel Gordon Fenwick.


Design studio flying the flag for town with Paris Olympics project

Design studio flying the flag for town with Paris Olympics project

A design company is backing British sailors’ bid for glory in the Paris Olympics — and is helping to fly the flag for Newark at the games.


Plans for new homes approved despite concerns over loss of wildlife and open space

Plans for new homes approved despite concerns over loss of wildlife and open space

Plans to turn former allotments into nine dwellings have been approved by a council — despite concerns over the suitability of the site.

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More than 500 exhibitors get ready for 139th county show

More than 500 exhibitors get ready for 139th county show

Final preparations are being made across for one of the most successful and longest-running agricultural shows in the country.


Big thanks given to the district’s volunteers

Big thanks given to the district’s volunteers

This year marked the 40th year of Volunteers’ Week, which aims to recognise the contributions and impact volunteers make.


Faster diagnosis to patients with suspected skin cancer available

Faster diagnosis to patients with suspected skin cancer available

A new service providing patients who have suspected skin cancer with faster diagnosis and treatment has started at Sherwood Forest Hospitals Trust.


Community speedwatch group’s effort sees hundreds of drivers warned

Community speedwatch group’s effort sees hundreds of drivers warned

A speedwatch group is seeking more volunteers to help crack down on speeding motorists.


Tools and tips to help prevent allotment crime this summer

Tools and tips to help prevent allotment crime this summer

Green-fingered residents across the county are urged to be on their guard against allotment crime as the summer months approach.


Latest planning applications submitted for decision

Latest planning applications submitted for decision

The following planning applications have been submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council for decision.


Post Office goes next level with new off-licence

Post Office goes next level with new off-licence

A former bus driver is taking his Post Office business to the next level by adding an off-licence.

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Fish and chip shop reopens with the aim to restore old glory

Fish and chip shop reopens with the aim to restore old glory

A 20-year-old who has saved a business from imminent closure is reopening doors today (June 10) with the promise to bring it back to its old glory.

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