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Nearly half of farmers experienced one or more crimes last year

Nearly half of farmers experienced one or more crimes last year

Nearly half of farmers experienced one or more crimes last year

Farmers have seen a surge in fly-tipping, trespass, hare coursing and theft — costing them more than £7,600 on average.


District council's development company branded an embarrassment over retrospective plans

District council's development company branded an embarrassment over retrospective plans

District council's development company branded an embarrassment over retrospective plans

The district council planning committee said Arkwood should have practised what the council preaches when submitting plans.

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Pub gazebo amnesty will give business a boost this summer

Pub gazebo amnesty will give business a boost this summer

Pub gazebo amnesty will give business a boost this summer

An amnesty brought about by coronavirus allowing pubs and restaurants to put up gazebos in outdoor spaces without permission has been extended.


Independent businesses join Deliveroo as food service launches in Newark

Independent businesses join Deliveroo as food service launches in Newark

Independent businesses join Deliveroo as food service launches in Newark

A number of independent businesses have joined a food delivery service which launches in Newark today.


Duke of Edinburgh tribute paid by company

Duke of Edinburgh tribute paid by company

Duke of Edinburgh tribute paid by company

A carriage company has paid tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh, who was known for his love of carriage racing.


Salon owner receives silver for assisting her customers throughout pandemic

Salon owner receives silver for assisting her customers throughout pandemic

Salon owner receives silver for assisting her customers throughout pandemic

She has acquired yet another accolade not only for her hairdressing, but for the support she has offered to her customers throughout the pandemic.


Shoppers in Newark and Sherwood urged to buy locally, but safely

Shoppers in Newark and Sherwood urged to buy locally, but safely

Shoppers in Newark and Sherwood urged to buy locally, but safely

Newark and Sherwood District Council is working with businesses to equip them for a covid-secure re-opening.


All 3 of Newark hospice's charity shops spring back

All 3 of Newark hospice's charity shops spring back

All 3 of Newark hospice's charity shops spring back

The three charity shops operated by Beaumond House Hospice Care in Newark, Southwell and Collingham have re-opened.

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Most successful day of trading sees healthcheck team expansion

Most successful day of trading sees healthcheck team expansion

Most successful day of trading sees healthcheck team expansion

The business recorded its most successful day of trading during 2020, so expanded and moved to bigger premises in Bingham.


Business opens it doors as dream becomes a reality

Business opens it doors as dream becomes a reality

Business opens it doors as dream becomes a reality

After being furloughed during the first national lockdown, a life-long Newark resident has bounced backed and launched his dream business.


Free after 3 carparking until further notice

Free after 3 carparking until further notice

Free after 3 carparking until further notice

Carparks managed by a borough council are free to use after 3pm until further notice.

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'It's been 6 months too long' — Newark on the day pubs and shops re-opened

'It's been 6 months too long' — Newark on the day pubs and shops re-opened

'It's been 6 months too long' — Newark on the day pubs and shops re-opened

The views of Newarkers on the day all hospitality and non-essential shops re-opened.


Growing flower and calligraphy partnership has bunches of potential

Growing flower and calligraphy partnership has bunches of potential

Growing flower and calligraphy partnership has bunches of potential

Melanie Slack of Sweetpea Flowers by Design and Bonnie Mitchell of Laney's Lettering are set to open their doors tomorrow (Tuesday).


Newark Antiques Market returns this week

Newark Antiques Market returns this week

Newark Antiques Market returns this week

One man itching to get back to trading now that the restrictions allow is Richard Laker, a Newbury art dealer.

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