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District is alive with music

District is alive with music

A council has hosted its very first meeting with the sole purpose of celebrating and promoting the benefits music can offer our community.


Funding for volunteer projects to help young people gain new skills

Funding for volunteer projects to help young people gain new skills

A council has awarded £60,000 of funding to help young people access new exciting opportunities through volunteer skills development projects.


New community hub officially open

New community hub officially open

A new community hub, which will provide a space for skills development, social activities, and support for local residents, is now open.


Protestors take to the streets in hazmat suits for air pollution march

Protestors take to the streets in hazmat suits for air pollution march

Yesterday, environmental protestors took to the streets to raise awareness about air pollution in the district.

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£1,000 donation kits out school pupils for sport

£1,000 donation kits out school pupils for sport

A school has a brand new sports kit, thanks to a housebuilder’s £1,000 sponsorship.


Campaigners to unite for what could be biggest ever march for nature

Campaigners to unite for what could be biggest ever march for nature

Wildlife and climate campaigners will unite for what could be the biggest ever march for nature next month.


Support worker recognised for going ‘above and beyond’

Support worker recognised for going ‘above and beyond’

A support worker who helps adults with learning disabilities has been awarded for constantly going ‘above and beyond’ for the residents she supports.


Real-life Rapunzel has donated 46 inches of hair

Real-life Rapunzel has donated 46 inches of hair

A girl who used to be a real-life Rapunzel has donated 46 inches of her long hair over the past five years.


Independent launches campaign to become next Newark MP

Independent launches campaign to become next Newark MP

A top criminal barrister and environmental advocate has announced his candidacy for the upcoming general election — focusing hope for the future.

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Library reopening delayed due to vandalism

Library reopening delayed due to vandalism

Recent vandalism at a library means it will have to remain closed longer than planned.


Drinks company needs your help for its 40th annual harvest

Drinks company needs your help for its 40th annual harvest

A drinks company is calling for people to get involved in its annual harvest.

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Lorry severely damaged in fire on A1

Lorry severely damaged in fire on A1

Fire crews attended to a vehicle fire on the A1 earlier this morning.


Air cadet squadron seeking new recruits

Air cadet squadron seeking new recruits

An established squadron of air cadets is set to hold an open evening in a bid to recruit more members.


Cuppa at care home for dementia charity

Cuppa at care home for dementia charity

A care home’s residents have shared a cuppa together to raise vital funds for families facing dementia.


Friends of pool group welcomes removal of £5.5million offer for new facility

Friends of pool group welcomes removal of £5.5million offer for new facility

A group which has been campaigning for the repair of a town’s swimming pool has welcomed the removal of an offer of £5.5million for a new facility.

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Golf club captains raise £28,000 for good causes

Golf club captains raise £28,000 for good causes

Two golf club captains have raised a massive £28,000 during their reign.


A look at what was making the news in times gone by

A look at what was making the news in times gone by

The Advertiser has once again opened its archives to see what was in the news this week 25, 50 and 100 years ago.


High streets, transport and tourism priorities highlighted during Mayor’s visit

High streets, transport and tourism priorities highlighted during Mayor’s visit

The new East Midlands Mayor visited Newark today — and set out a vision for high streets and visitor economy among her priorities for the town.

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Tributes paid to proud grandmother Anne, who was murdered in bungalow fire

Tributes paid to proud grandmother Anne, who was murdered in bungalow fire

The grieving family of a murdered woman have paid tribute to her as a 'devoted mother, sister, grandmother, aunt and friend to many'.


Police patrol river banks in bid to crack down on illegal angling

Police patrol river banks in bid to crack down on illegal angling

Patrols have been carried out to crack down on illegal fishing.

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