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A617 shut in both directions

A617 shut in both directions

THE A617 Newark Road is closed in both directions due to a crash.


Police close roads due to flooding

Police close roads due to flooding

Numerous roads closed because of flooding.


Stefan describes Blind Date experience

Stefan describes Blind Date experience

Stefan Howarth, a fashion writer with a gender-fluid approach, from Newark, has described his experiences of appearing on Channel 5's Blind Date.


Newark Festival 2019 guide

Newark Festival 2019 guide

Thousands of people from near and far are expected to attend Newark Festival, which starts Friday night and ends on Sunday evening.


Police and fire service cordon off flooded road

Police and fire service cordon off flooded road

Wet weather continues to cause problems in Newark and Sherwood.


Death of Collingham family ruled as accidental

Death of Collingham family ruled as accidental

A mother and her two children died following an accidental fire, an inquest heard today (June 12).


Blunt knives for domestic abuse victims

Blunt knives for domestic abuse victims

Nottinghamshire Police is piloting a new scheme where victims of domestic violence can have their kitchen knives replaced with blunt utensils.


Arrests for attempted knife-point robbery in Newark store

Arrests for attempted knife-point robbery in Newark store

Officers have arrested three men in connection with an attempted knife point robbery in Newark.


MP reveals Government recalling "dangerous" tumble dryers

MP reveals Government recalling "dangerous" tumble dryers

The Government is undertaking an "unprecedented" recall of up to 500,000 Whirlpool tumble dryers thought to be at risk of lint fires.


Seeking to identify graffiti yobs committing crime

Seeking to identify graffiti yobs committing crime

Police and council officers are appealing for information after graffiti vandals continue to target Newark town centre.


Parents’ thanks as Lorcan leaves Singapore hospital

Parents’ thanks as Lorcan leaves Singapore hospital

Lorcan Walsh-Kavanagh has left hospital after he was born 15 weeks early in Singapore.


Amber warning of River Trent flooding

Amber warning of River Trent flooding

With prolonged rain expected to continue over the next few days, parts of the River Trent in the area are now at risk of flooding.


Flooding and drainage issues in Newark, Balderton and Bingham

Flooding and drainage issues in Newark, Balderton and Bingham

With a Met Office yellow warning of rain in place until Thursday, residents are sending in pictures of flooding issues in their area.


Newark man disputes parking fine

Newark man disputes parking fine

Andrius Baranauskis, from Newark, was fined by UK Parking Control after it was alleged that he parked in the car park at B&M Bargains and then left.


Met Office yellow warning of rain to continue

Met Office yellow warning of rain to continue

With a Met Office yellow warning of rain in place until Thursday, Notts Police are warning residents to take extra care.


Sport England expresses concerns over Balderton plans

Sport England expresses concerns over Balderton plans

Sport England has expressed concerns over plans to create a new residential area in Balderton.


Roundabout move for town civil war statue

Roundabout move for town civil war statue

A statue of a Civil War Roundhead and Cavalier soldier is set to be moved to a major gateway into Newark.


Local MP captains Commons vs Lords tug of war match

Local MP captains Commons vs Lords tug of war match

Mark Spencer, MP for Sherwood, captained the House of Commons team in the annual charity Commons vs Lords Tug of War match.


A month's worth of rain expected in Newark this week

A month's worth of rain expected in Newark this week

Prolonged rain over the next few days could lead to flooding in the Newark area and a yellow warning for the East Midlands is in place until Thursday.


Locations of mobile speed cameras this week

Locations of mobile speed cameras this week

The locations of mobile speed cameras in Nottinghamshire this week have been announced.


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