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Police ‘are interested’ in dangerous moped riders — but community must do their bit to help stop anti-social behaviour

Police ‘are interested’ in dangerous moped riders — but community must do their bit to help stop anti-social behaviour

The public have been asked to be the police’s “eyes and ears” to help them crack down on dangerous balaclava-clad moped riders.

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Summer fair to fill town with fun this weekend

Summer fair to fill town with fun this weekend

A town’s summer fair will take place this week with lots of entertainment and family fun to enjoy.


New summer display lights up town centre

New summer display lights up town centre

A brand-new summer installation which aims to animate the town centre and add some colour for visitors has been installed.


Beacon lit in honour of ‘enduring and lasting memory’ of D-Day on 80th Anniversary

Beacon lit in honour of ‘enduring and lasting memory’ of D-Day on 80th Anniversary

In an emotional ceremony marking the 80th anniversary of D-Day, a beacon was lit to commemorate those that fought in the battle.


Run through bursts of colours to raise money for charity

Run through bursts of colours to raise money for charity

RAF personnel will be taking part in a colourful event this summer to raise money for charity.


Community invited to day of summer fun

Community invited to day of summer fun

A park is set to buzz with music and fairground rides for a community garden party.


Book donation boosts school library stocks

Book donation boosts school library stocks

Children at a school will now have more choice when visiting their library after books were donated.


Hospitals plan to cut agency staff as deficit expected to hit £14million

Hospitals plan to cut agency staff as deficit expected to hit £14million

An NHS trust is looking to become less reliant on agency staff to cut costs as it expects to be £14million in the red over the coming year.

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Candidates to go head-to-head at election debate

Candidates to go head-to-head at election debate

The historic halls of Southwell Minster will play host to an election debate later this month.

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Solar farm appeal inquiry to take place

Solar farm appeal inquiry to take place

An inquiry appeal launched for a refused solar farm is to begin next week.


‘There are so many opportunities’, says restaurateur ahead of move into bigger premises

‘There are so many opportunities’, says restaurateur ahead of move into bigger premises

A restaurant owner is expanding his food services into a new and bigger location.


Drug dealer jailed after £60k of cannabis seized at airport

Drug dealer jailed after £60k of cannabis seized at airport

A drug dealer has been jailed after a package containing cannabis products with a street value of £60,000 was seized at Stansted Airport.

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From potholes to policy! Your chance to pose a question to the people who want to be your next MP

From potholes to policy! Your chance to pose a question to the people who want to be your next MP

There may be a General Election looming, but what do the candidates in your constituency really feel about the issues that matter most to you?


Charity marks D-Day and 10th anniversary with free fish and chips

Charity marks D-Day and 10th anniversary with free fish and chips

A fish and chip shop has donated 40 meals to a Newark charity to honour the sacrifices of the D-Day generation.

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‘I'm staying positive - as I try to rebuild my life after crime’

‘I'm staying positive - as I try to rebuild my life after crime’

A woman has shared an update on her recovery after she was left with horrific injuries following a hit-and-run shooting in America.


Exemplary school is a place of ‘kindness, compassion and unwavering care’

Exemplary school is a place of ‘kindness, compassion and unwavering care’

An outstanding school is celebrating further success after receiving another faultless inspection within 12 months.


Contested development’s debate delayed

Contested development’s debate delayed

A contested planning application was unable to be debated as planned, due to an inquorate committee.


Final preparations for Newark Business Awards

Final preparations for Newark Business Awards

With the awards ceremony just over a week away, the finishing touches are being put on Newark Business Awards.


BBC funding supports young homeless charity

BBC funding supports young homeless charity

BBC Children in Need funding will make a big difference in the lives of children and young adults supported by a charity.


National Fish and Chip Day brought forward to coincide with D-Day anniversary

National Fish and Chip Day brought forward to coincide with D-Day anniversary

Today marks 80 years since the events of D-Day and a takeaway is marking the occasion with special discounts and giveaways.


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