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Independent probe wanted

Independent probe wanted

Newark and Sherwood District Council met on Tuesday to discuss creating carparking associated with a building they sold to a developer.


Surprising result

Surprising result

I have used most of the supermarkets in our town. My observations might seem strange but are based on the cleanliness of the carparks and surrounds.


Seeking cells

Seeking cells

What a fitting idea to bring back some of our historical artefacts to the town centre and fully open up the Town Hall and Buttermarket as a museum.


Lost patience

Lost patience

I have lost my patience with this government. When is it going to get some backbone?


Lots said, but how much will be done?

Lots said, but how much will be done?

I wonder if readers understand that Cop26 (a Conference of the Parties) is the 26th version of these conferences.


Keep public transport on track

Keep public transport on track

I rely on the train to see friends and family. If there wasn’t an affordable train, I wouldn’t be able to.


Film by Newark videographers captures council estate life

Film by Newark videographers captures council estate life

Two creatives from Newark have helped produce a series of mockumentary-style films about life on a council estate.


Fitness instructor's success after she swapped the gym for the internet

Fitness instructor's success after she swapped the gym for the internet

A fitness instructor who swapped the gym for the internet is enjoying huge success.


Four remain in custody after car stolen from Newark

Four remain in custody after car stolen from Newark

Four people have been arrested after a car was stolen from Newark.


Wintec Racing secure sidecar championship

Wintec Racing secure sidecar championship

The 2021 WINTEC/FSRA Pre injection sidecar championship was decided after just one of the four races at Anglesey.


Detached bungalow with landscaped gardens on the market for £375,000

Detached bungalow with landscaped gardens on the market for £375,000

A well-presented and modernised three-bedroom detached bungalow is on the market for £375,000 with Richard Watkinson and Partners, Newark.


Calls for pothole repairs to focus on residential and rural roads

Calls for pothole repairs to focus on residential and rural roads

Road repairs must focus on residential and rural streets says the AA, as councils face £400m pothole blackhole.

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Newark and Sherwood’s appeal advertised on ITV as part of Staycation campaign

Newark and Sherwood’s appeal advertised on ITV as part of Staycation campaign

An advert showcasing the best of Newark and Sherwood will feature on ITV as part of the district council’s Staycation campaign.

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Members against re-instatement of £20 universal credit uplift told 'shame on you'

Members against re-instatement of £20 universal credit uplift told 'shame on you'

Council members against the re-instatement of the £20-a-week universal credit uplift were told they should be ashamed.

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Newark continues to shine in aid of Baby Loss Awareness Week

Newark continues to shine in aid of Baby Loss Awareness Week

Buildings and landmarks in Newark will be lit pink and blue this week in aid of baby loss awareness week.


Updated covid figures in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

Updated covid figures in Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire today

New coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Newark and Sherwood, according to the latest figures from Public Health England.


Pet Obesity Awareness Day: the dogs prone to being overweight and how to manage it

Pet Obesity Awareness Day: the dogs prone to being overweight and how to manage it

With one in 14 dogs considered overweight, experts reveal how to stop your pouch putting on the pounds.


Newark teenage market success could lead to many more

Newark teenage market success could lead to many more

An event where young entrepreneurs got a taste of trading at Newark’s first Teenage Market has been hailed a success.


Vicar barred from pulpit for six months for sending inappropriate texts to vulnerable woman

Vicar barred from pulpit for six months for sending inappropriate texts to vulnerable woman

A Church of England reverend has been found to have sent inappropriate texts to a vulnerable woman.


Travel delays are developing this morning

Travel delays are developing this morning

Travel delays are developing this morning (Wednesday).


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