Home   News   Archive

Subscribe Now

NEWS

Veterans hold minute's silence in memory of Duke

Veterans hold minute's silence in memory of Duke

A minute's silence was held on the steps of Newark Town Hall this morning (Saturday) ahead of the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral.


Motorists targeted in police safe roads campaign

Motorists targeted in police safe roads campaign

Officers have been carrying out operations to ensure the county's roads are kept safe.


Updated coronavirus figures for today ­— one district death reported

Updated coronavirus figures for today ­— one district death reported

The figures have been released for Public Health England for the district and county


Police try to trace vehicle after theft of dogs

Police try to trace vehicle after theft of dogs

Police are trying to trace a car that could be connected to the theft of two spaniels yesterday afternoon (Friday).


Coronavirus pressure continues to ease as Newark and Sherwood's rate per 100,000 nears England average

Coronavirus pressure continues to ease as Newark and Sherwood's rate per 100,000 nears England average

Newark and Sherwood's coronavirus infection rate per 100,000 has drawn closer to the national average.


Four season across race day

Four season across race day

Only the most hardy sailors took to the water as wintry conditions provided a challenge for Girton Sailing Club’s members.


Providing vital care to those who need it

Providing vital care to those who need it

MP Robert Jenrick, Mayor Irene Brown and district council chairman Robert Crowe were among those who applauded and thanked the hospice

8

Students’ show must go on ­— online

Students’ show must go on ­— online

A school has hosted its debut virtual show, featuring songs from High School Musical, Frozen and Mamma Mia.


Extra funds for a greener transport future awarded to district council

Extra funds for a greener transport future awarded to district council

Several new on-street electric vehicle charging points will be implemented at no cost to Newark and Sherwood District Council.


Make your vote count for your local environment

Make your vote count for your local environment

Our work is never too far from politics of one sort or another, writes Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.


Sending personal and deepest condolences to Her Majesty The Queen

Sending personal and deepest condolences to Her Majesty The Queen

Late last week we learned of the tragic loss of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, writes Newark and Sherwood District Council leader David Lloyd.

1

Wider data to be considered as Newark and Sherwood sees no new covid cases for first time

Wider data to be considered as Newark and Sherwood sees no new covid cases for first time

For the first time since the beginning of the first lockdown, Newark and Sherwood saw no new coronavirus cases on Tuesday (April 13).


Farm search warrant sees two arrested for vehicle theft and abstracting electricity

Farm search warrant sees two arrested for vehicle theft and abstracting electricity

Local intelligence led officers to the farm following reports of a stolen car yesterday (Thursday).


POLL: Should more carparking spaces be converted to charging points for electric vehicles?

POLL: Should more carparking spaces be converted to charging points for electric vehicles?

Extra funding towards a greener transport future has been awarded to Newark and Sherwood District Council.


Bluebell inspiration for artist

Bluebell inspiration for artist

The project will end in the autumn when people will be invited to collect them.


Pigeons to be liberated from cathedral cities including Southwell for Prince Philip

Pigeons to be liberated from cathedral cities including Southwell for Prince Philip

Members of the Royal Pigeon Racing Association (RPRA) are hosting the event from cathedral cities across the country, including Southwell.


Nearly half of farmers experienced one or more crimes last year

Nearly half of farmers experienced one or more crimes last year

Farmers have seen a surge in fly-tipping, trespass, hare coursing and theft — costing them more than £7,600 on average.


‘It makes bad times easier and the good times better’

‘It makes bad times easier and the good times better’

Beaumond House has a special place in the hearts of so many people.


Updated coronavirus figures today — One district death reported

Updated coronavirus figures today — One district death reported

Public Health England has released the daily figures for Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire.


Antiques trade back in business

Antiques trade back in business

It's a welcome back to the first Newark International Antique and Collectors' Market since lockdown restrictions were eased.

1

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More