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Newark MP denies bias in granting of planning application

Newark MP denies bias in granting of planning application

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has denied bias in the approval of a £1bn London housing development.


Charity workshop engages residents with the natural world

Charity workshop engages residents with the natural world

Six residents of a charity that helps prevent homelessness took part in a project delivering digital arts to young people in Nottinghamshire.


No new coronavirus deaths recorded by hospital trust today

No new coronavirus deaths recorded by hospital trust today

The trust runs Newark Hospital, King's Mill Hospital and Mansfield Community Hospital.


Goose's recovery 'in the right direction' after foot infection

Goose's recovery 'in the right direction' after foot infection

The Greylag goose was found unable to move one evening in a field close to Balderton Lake, where a local vet then came to its rescue.


We want to know what sums up your life during lockdown

We want to know what sums up your life during lockdown

The June edition of I'M Newark will soon be available to pick-up in stores ­— but we are looking for your help.

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Fire crews make overturned lorry safe

Fire crews make overturned lorry safe

One adult casualty self released before emergency services were called to the incident on the Winthorpe island in Newark today.


Pupils’ wishes for life after lockdown voiced

Pupils’ wishes for life after lockdown voiced

Staff at a primary school have voiced messages from their charges about what they are looking forward to when lockdown is no more ­— in kiddie-speak.


Police release educational video on the dangers of sexting

Police release educational video on the dangers of sexting

A new bitesize learning video has been released by Nottinghamshire Police to educate parents and children on the potential damage caused by sexting.


Finally flown home after 70 days stranded at sea

Finally flown home after 70 days stranded at sea

The Newark man said he could have kissed the runway tarmac when his repatriation flight touched down at Heathrow Airport on Sunday.


Boy battling rare cancer gets special birthday surprise from fire service

Boy battling rare cancer gets special birthday surprise from fire service

Henry Bard, also known as Henry the Brave, was set to visit a fire station for his special day, but couldn't because of lockdown.


Overturned lorry on island causing queueing traffic

Overturned lorry on island causing queueing traffic

Emergency services including crews from Newark and Collingham are dealing with the lorry.


All recycling centres across the county to open and for longer hours

All recycling centres across the county to open and for longer hours

The sites will remain open to cars only for now, however all recycling centres across the county will be open from 8am to 6pm, seven days a week.


New coronavirus cases confirmed in the county today

New coronavirus cases confirmed in the county today

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


POLL: Should tonight's Clap for Carers in Newark and Sherwood be the last?

POLL: Should tonight's Clap for Carers in Newark and Sherwood be the last?

Initially a one-off event, the British public later decided to make it weekly, and have been showing their appreciation at 8pm every Thursday since.


No new coronavirus deaths recorded by trust today

No new coronavirus deaths recorded by trust today

The trust runs Newark Hospital, King's Mill Hospital and Mansfield Community Hospital.


Anniversary show postponed

Anniversary show postponed

The 100th Flintham and District Ploughing Match and Show has been postponed.


Progress made on care home development

Progress made on care home development

The developers of a new care home says work is progressing well, ahead of its summer 2021 opening.


Dedicated to local sports scene

Dedicated to local sports scene

The chairman of Newark Sports Association, Mr Tony Colton, has died, aged 81.


Mum and daughter are working together despite being 160 miles apart

Mum and daughter are working together despite being 160 miles apart

A daughter living in Newark and her mother in Kent have teamed up to work alongside each other during the lockdown, despite being miles apart.

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Charity launches virtual pet and wildlife show to raise vital funds

Charity launches virtual pet and wildlife show to raise vital funds

Reach Learning Disability, which has bases in Newark and Southwell, is looking for entries in a variety of categories.


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