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LNER warns passengers to not travel due to major disruption

LNER warns passengers to not travel due to major disruption

LNER is now warning rail passengers not to travel due to a major disruption which affects trains through Newark.


Calls for night bus service linking residents to the city-centre to be re-instated

Calls for night bus service linking residents to the city-centre to be re-instated

A council is hoping to re-instate a night bus service linking town and city and providing transport for students.


Newark hairdresser hosts fundraising event for Cancer Research in grandma's name

Newark hairdresser hosts fundraising event for Cancer Research in grandma's name

A hairdresser from Newark is celebrating her salon’s one-year anniversary through fundraising for Cancer Research.


French teacher celebrated for 30 years in teaching

French teacher celebrated for 30 years in teaching

A French teacher has been presented with an outstanding achievement award this week after thirty years of teaching.


What it was like to be a Games Maker at the London 2012 Olympics

What it was like to be a Games Maker at the London 2012 Olympics

10 years ago today I began as a volunteer at the London 2012 Olympics and it ended up being one of the best summers of my life.


Recruitment fair held for Ukrainians seeking work while in the UK

Recruitment fair held for Ukrainians seeking work while in the UK

A recruitment fair for Ukrainian guests within the district who are looking for employment while living in the UK has been held.


Cause of County Hall fire revealed by Fire Service

Cause of County Hall fire revealed by Fire Service

Over 20-hours of investigating into the fire at the County Hall has come to a close and the cause of the fire has been determined.


LNER trains delayed through Newark

LNER trains delayed through Newark

LNER trains through Newark are delayed.


Community paint recycling scheme celebrates tenth anniversary

Community paint recycling scheme celebrates tenth anniversary

Residents can drop off their leftover paint at a county council recycling centre where staff will prevent good quality paint from going to waste.


Cause of County Hall fire revealed by councillor

Cause of County Hall fire revealed by councillor

The councillor whose office went up in flames as a fire tore through parts of County Hall says the it was caused by a suspected electrical failure.


Warning issued on building site dangers

Warning issued on building site dangers

Housebuilders have issued a warning about the dangers of playing on building sites.


Delicious Desserts for festival goers ahead of supermarket launch

Delicious Desserts for festival goers ahead of supermarket launch

A Newark based baking company was cooking up a storm at the start of July, handing out free cakes at a rock festival in Scotland.


Woman arrested on suspicion of drug-driving after fleeing with children in car

Woman arrested on suspicion of drug-driving after fleeing with children in car

Police arrested a woman on suspicion of drug-driving after reports she fled the scene of a crash with her children in the car.


Liberal Democrats branch calls for Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry to resign

Liberal Democrats branch calls for Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry to resign

The Newark and Sherwood Liberal Democrats have called for Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry to resign.

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Bid submitted for £20m to level-up places with new sports, business and leisure infrastructure

Bid submitted for £20m to level-up places with new sports, business and leisure infrastructure

A council has today (Tuesday) submitted its plans to secure nearly £20m in funding to level-up two places within Newark and Sherwood.


Target date set for re-opening of major city route

Target date set for re-opening of major city route

Lady Bay Bridge will be repaired and reopened to traffic in both directions by the end of the school summer holidays, the county council has said.


14 quick and easy ways to use less gas and electricity

14 quick and easy ways to use less gas and electricity

With energy bills set to rise to record levels here's 14 quick and easy ways you can start making savings today.


Property of the week: Village home fit for modern family living

Property of the week: Village home fit for modern family living

A modernised chalet-style home in Collingham is on the market for £340,000 through Richard Watkinson and Partners.


Save water and give wildlife a helping hand

Save water and give wildlife a helping hand

With forecasts suggesting that there is little rain on the horizon the prospect of a significant drought is upon us, writes Erin McDaid.


Appeal for information after dog found in town

Appeal for information after dog found in town

A council is appealing for information after a dog was found in the market place.


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