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Owners to sell soft play business

Owners to sell soft play business

Tracey and Paul Benson, of Leo's Play Centre, have decided to sell the business after the premises was broken into for the fourth time.


COURT: Hospital bed set on fire and theft of 12 steaks

COURT: Hospital bed set on fire and theft of 12 steaks

A woman who set fire to a hospital bed was conditionally discharged for three years at Nottingham Magistrates' Court.

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Future of Newark Pizza Express in doubt as chain gets set for creditors talks

Future of Newark Pizza Express in doubt as chain gets set for creditors talks

The brand, which has a restaurant in Newark, is understood to have appointed its financial advisors for crunch talks with its creditors.


RSPCA seeks homes for abandoned horses after some are found dead and dumped like rubbish

RSPCA seeks homes for abandoned horses after some are found dead and dumped like rubbish

The appeal comes after the RSPCA struggled to cope with the large numbers of horses it rescues that are often found sick, injured and dying.


Nottinghamshire Police launch action against rural crime

Nottinghamshire Police launch action against rural crime

Nottinghamshire Police is joining forces with partners during a national week of action to combat rural and wildlife crime across the county.


GALLERY: Honouring HM Armed Forces ­at the Newark Patriotic Fund ball

GALLERY: Honouring HM Armed Forces ­at the Newark Patriotic Fund ball

The twelfth annual Newark Patriotic Fund ball took place in the Cedric Ford Pavilion at Newark Showground on Saturday evening.


Events organised in Newark for Baby Loss Awareness Week

Events organised in Newark for Baby Loss Awareness Week

There are a number of events taking place over the next week as part of Baby Loss Awareness Week.


Burglars use stolen van to ram police in getaway

Burglars use stolen van to ram police in getaway

A van was used to ram police vehicles during an incident earlier this morning.


Crews extinguish six cars severely damaged by fire

Crews extinguish six cars severely damaged by fire

Newark crews attended and contained the fire on Saturday at around 8.10pm.


Tributes paid to popular teacher, 39, who died after her car went into the River Trent

Tributes paid to popular teacher, 39, who died after her car went into the River Trent

Emma Fegan, 39, of Hoveringham, died on Tuesday, September 24, after her car left Hoveringham Road and ended up in the river.


Man, 54, arrested on suspicion of drink driving in Newark

Man, 54, arrested on suspicion of drink driving in Newark

The 54-year-old was spotted by officers driving erratically on Saturday.


Property of the Week — Quiet conservation area with open countryside views

Property of the Week — Quiet conservation area with open countryside views

An extended period cottage with a south-facing garden is for sale with Richard Watkinson and Partners.


40mph limit to be made permanent

40mph limit to be made permanent

A 40MPH speed limit approaching the A46 roundabout at Farndon will be permanent in early November.


Community fair showcases village offerings

Community fair showcases village offerings

A community fair promoting engagement and all that Collingham has to offer took place on Saturday.


Brave family share their baby loss story

Brave family share their baby loss story

Aimee Scrimshaw and Ben Norfolk have shared their story in advance of Baby Loss Awareness Week.


Walking 100km with comrades

Walking 100km with comrades

Robert Macrae-Clifton, Wesley Smith, Robert Mitchinson and Andy Price have set off on the Frontline Walk.


Latest proud chapter in racecourse’s long history

Latest proud chapter in racecourse’s long history

Southwell Racecourse’s state-of-the-art floodlights are set for the annual All-Weather Championships, which get underway on October 22.


Graffiti artists are warned their crimes will be punished

Graffiti artists are warned their crimes will be punished

Those responsible for graffiti in Newark have been warned they will face the consequences of their actions.


A round-up of this week's planning applications

A round-up of this week's planning applications

This week's district council planning applications include proposals to provide eight football pitch facilities.


Back to normal life for Toby and family

Back to normal life for Toby and family

Ten years after a community rallied round for a young boy suffering from cancer, his family have expressed their thanks for all the support.


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