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Children's art classes to be held this summer

Children's art classes to be held this summer

An experienced teacher and artist, is running a series of art workshops for children.


Cooling facial toning treatment is a success

Cooling facial toning treatment is a success

I was intrigued when I entered the Philosophy Hair and Beauty Co salon on Cartergate for my CACI appointment.

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Fire crews summoned to fire in Newark this evening

Fire crews summoned to fire in Newark this evening

Fire crews were mobilised to a tree fire in Newark this evening (Saturday).


New covid variant could kill 1 in 3 infected people, warns SAGE

New covid variant could kill 1 in 3 infected people, warns SAGE

A new coronavirus variant that could kill one in three infected people is a realistic possibility, SAGE has warned.

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46-year-old woman reported missing is located by police

46-year-old woman reported missing is located by police

A woman reported missing from Lincoln has been located.


Notts cops ride in memory of past colleagues. With video

Notts cops ride in memory of past colleagues. With video

Cyclist cops have been racking up the miles and celebrating the lives of colleagues past and present on a charity ride across the East Midlands.


How do you fancy becoming Warner Hotels' first ever chief relaxation officer?

How do you fancy becoming Warner Hotels' first ever chief relaxation officer?

Do you fancy staying at Thoresby Hall, or any of the other Warner hotels, for free as the company's first chief relaxation officer?


Two teens stranded on a cliff rescued by Newark firefighters

Two teens stranded on a cliff rescued by Newark firefighters

Two teenagers stranded on a cliff were rescued by Newark firefighters.

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Pleas for council to pick up bill for listening service for the isolated and vulnerable fall on deaf ears

Pleas for council to pick up bill for listening service for the isolated and vulnerable fall on deaf ears

The Listening Line; the telephone befriending service run by Newark and Sherwood CVS during coronavirus is to cease because the funding has run out.

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Covid cases in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

Covid cases in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

New coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Newark and Sherwood according to the latest figures from Public Health England


Artist awarded National Lottery Project funding

Artist awarded National Lottery Project funding

An artist in residence has been awarded National Lottery Project grant funding for a project.


Education at national-first air and space institute in Newark will be led by industry experts

Education at national-first air and space institute in Newark will be led by industry experts

Training at the country’s first air and space institute will be delivered by experts with years of flying and aircraft engineering experience.

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Face a massive fine if you pay waste cowboys for tip runs, warns council

Face a massive fine if you pay waste cowboys for tip runs, warns council

Using a registered waste removal service: perfectly fine. Paying a waste cowboy for a tip run: face a massive fine. That's the council's warning.


Newark children's charity chosen to receive donation

Newark children's charity chosen to receive donation

Newark-based Think Children has been given £1,000 by export packing company Trade Freight International and Irish Groupage Ltd.


Safety education starts early for Balderton youngsters

Safety education starts early for Balderton youngsters

Children at a nursery in Balderton enjoyed a visit from Newark firefighters.


Bygones: A look at what was making the news in years gone by

Bygones: A look at what was making the news in years gone by

We have opened up the Advertiser archives to see what was making the news 25, 50 and 100 years ago


TV licence deadline is here and missing it could cost £1,000

TV licence deadline is here and missing it could cost £1,000

Thousands of people risk a £1,000 fine if they don't meet this weekend's TV licence deadline, here's why.


POLL: Should chain gangs be introduced to punish anti-social behaviour?

POLL: Should chain gangs be introduced to punish anti-social behaviour?

The Prime Minister has suggested a wider use of public chain gangs as a way to punish anti-social behaviour.


Garden to open to public for charity

Garden to open to public for charity

A fernery with more than 180 varieties features in the latest garden to be open to the public through the National Garden Scheme.


Latest planning applications submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council

Latest planning applications submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council

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


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