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Residents urged to bring out their waste

Residents urged to bring out their waste

Residents urged to bring out their waste

Plans to crack down on flytipping are set to include a ‘bring out your dead’ style event so people can safely dispose of their waste.


Archbishop of York graces Newark School as part of oneLIFE mission

Archbishop of York graces Newark School as part of oneLIFE mission

Archbishop of York graces Newark School as part of oneLIFE mission

He and 14 bishops joined together in the four-day oneLIFE initiative and visited schools, churches and Mansfield Town FC.


Promoting equal showing for media spokeswomen

Promoting equal showing for media spokeswomen

Promoting equal showing for media spokeswomen

Showcasing research results at the House of Commons was one of the proudest moments of her life, according to former journalist Kerry Hopkins.


Newark has been awarded Heritage Action Zone status

Newark has been awarded Heritage Action Zone status

Newark has been awarded Heritage Action Zone status

Newark has been awarded Heritage Action Zone (HAZ) status, having secured a £250,000 boost from Historic England for conservation projects.

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Trial alcohol ban for park

Trial alcohol ban for park

Trial alcohol ban for park

An alcohol ban at Sherwood Avenue Play Park was discussed at Newark Town Council’s finance and general purposes committee on Thursday night.


Plans for Newark's historic market place

Plans for Newark's historic market place

Plans for Newark's historic market place

Newark is one of 69 locations that will benefit from a £95million boost and Robert Jenrick, Newark MP, said that it's more good news for Newark.

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Newark to benefit from £95million heritage boost

Newark to benefit from £95million heritage boost

Newark to benefit from £95million heritage boost

Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan has announced that Newark is one of 69 locations to benefit from the £95million heritage boost for high streets.


Back Boris the champion ­— Mark Spencer

Back Boris the champion ­— Mark Spencer

Back Boris the champion ­— Mark Spencer

Sherwood MP Mark Spencer says it's time to let Prime Minister Boris Johnson get on with delivering Brexit.

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Where should the £25million funding be spent?

Where should the £25million funding be spent?

Where should the £25million funding be spent?

Newark has been chosen to receive up to £25million from the Towns Fund. But in which area do you think the funding should be prioritised?

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District council to lead plans for £25million funding

District council to lead plans for £25million funding

District council to lead plans for £25million funding

Newark and Sherwood District Council will now lead a detailed proposal for the Government funding.

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