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Vandals turn to baked beans in latest viral internet stunt

Vandals turn to baked beans in latest viral internet stunt

Vandals turn to baked beans in latest viral internet stunt

Yobs are turning to baked beans in the latest criminal craze to hit the internet and Tik Tok, prompting warnings from police and to dog owners.


Reacher op sees eight vehicles taken off road and several handed tickets

Reacher op sees eight vehicles taken off road and several handed tickets

Reacher op sees eight vehicles taken off road and several handed tickets

Eight vehicles were taken off the road and several given tickets in a Newark and Sherwood Operation Reacher traffic operation.


Axe and drugs found in stop and search after motorist racially abused and threatened

Axe and drugs found in stop and search after motorist racially abused and threatened

Axe and drugs found in stop and search after motorist racially abused and threatened

A suspect was tracked down and arrested after a motorist was racially abused and threatened.


Introduction of no-fault divorce is a welcome step forward

Introduction of no-fault divorce is a welcome step forward

Introduction of no-fault divorce is a welcome step forward

Divorce law in England and Wales is set to change, with the introduction of the no fault divorce, writes Emma Darley of Ringrose Law, Newark.


Views sought on busy junction of major A-road

Views sought on busy junction of major A-road

Views sought on busy junction of major A-road

Those joining online will have an opportunity to ask questions as well as hear about the benefits the improvements will bring to the area.


Police praise public’s support after amnesty removes hundreds of weapons from streets

Police praise public’s support after amnesty removes hundreds of weapons from streets

Police praise public’s support after amnesty removes hundreds of weapons from streets

Over 200 weapons, including two firearms, were handed in by members of the public during a successful two-week amnesty held by Nottinghamshire Police.


Newark MP reacts to his Cabinet dismissal

Newark MP reacts to his Cabinet dismissal

Newark MP reacts to his Cabinet dismissal

Robert Jenrick MP has spoken publicly for the first time since his sacking and says serving on the Cabinet was a great privilege.

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Predecessor feels sorry for MP who was loyal to Boris Johnson

Predecessor feels sorry for MP who was loyal to Boris Johnson

Predecessor feels sorry for MP who was loyal to Boris Johnson

Former Newark MP Patrick Mercer said he feels very sorry for the 'loyal' man who followed him into Parliament.

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Robert Jenrick's Housing Secretary job taken by Michael Gove

Robert Jenrick's Housing Secretary job taken by Michael Gove

Robert Jenrick's Housing Secretary job taken by Michael Gove

Newark MP Robert Jenrick's former role as Housing Secretary has been taken by Michael Gove.

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REACTION: Lib Dems say man touted as future PM now out of a job while fellow Tory says it's a shame

REACTION: Lib Dems say man touted as future PM now out of a job while fellow Tory says it's a shame

REACTION: Lib Dems say man touted as future PM now out of a job while fellow Tory says it's a shame

Jenrick's fellow MP Ben Bradley said it is a shame to see him leave government while Lib Dem's say he's carried can for botched planning reform.


No 10 confirms Robert Jenrick has left the government

No 10 confirms Robert Jenrick has left the government

No 10 confirms Robert Jenrick has left the government

No 10 has confirmed that Newark MP Robert Jenrick has now left government.

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Newark and Bingham MP Robert Jenrick removed as Housing Secretary in cabinet reshuffle

Newark and Bingham MP Robert Jenrick removed as Housing Secretary in cabinet reshuffle

Newark and Bingham MP Robert Jenrick removed as Housing Secretary in cabinet reshuffle

Newark and Bingham MP Robert Jenrick has been removed as Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government in a cabinet reshuffle.

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Minster appoints first girl head chorister in its 1,000-year history

Minster appoints first girl head chorister in its 1,000-year history

Minster appoints first girl head chorister in its 1,000-year history

For the first time in its 1,000-year history, Southwell Minster has appointed its first head girl chorister.


Police dog who was stabbed in the face on duty receives national bravery award

Police dog who was stabbed in the face on duty receives national bravery award

Police dog who was stabbed in the face on duty receives national bravery award

A police dog who was stabbed in the face on duty has been hailed a national hero following his latest exploits to take down a machete-wielding youth.


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