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Conservative police and crime commissioner candidate opposes relocation of Newark Police Station

Conservative police and crime commissioner candidate opposes relocation of Newark Police Station

Conservative police and crime commissioner candidate opposes relocation of Newark Police Station

If elected, Caroline Henry would oppose moving Newark Police Station and undertake a full public consultation and review of the decision.

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Plans for holiday lodges in Newark rejected

Plans for holiday lodges in Newark rejected

Plans for holiday lodges in Newark rejected

Plans for five two-bedroom holiday lodges were refused, against district council officer recommendations.

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Residents urged to make their mark on history

Residents urged to make their mark on history

Residents urged to make their mark on history

Residents are being urged to take part in Census 2021. Forms have been delivered to homes across the district ahead of Census Day ­tomorrow (Sunday).


Council tax rise agreed

Council tax rise agreed

Council tax rise agreed

Residents in Newark and Sherwood will pay 1.98% more in its council tax bills from next month, it has been agreed.


Concerns over green space deficit

Concerns over green space deficit

Concerns over green space deficit

It is claimed a green space deficit in Newark and surrounding areas is now bigger than 100 football pitches.


'Street lights have no impact on night crime'

'Street lights have no impact on night crime'

'Street lights have no impact on night crime'

Lincolnshire County Council said women’s safety is “about much more than streetlights” and lighting has “no impact on night-time crime levels”.


Newark land shrouded in controversy looks like it will be safeguarded as open space

Newark land shrouded in controversy looks like it will be safeguarded as open space

Newark land shrouded in controversy looks like it will be safeguarded as open space

The future of the land off Cedar Avenue, Newark, was discussed at a meeting of the Trustee Board of the Gilstrap and William Edward Knight Charities.


Further troubles at town council after heated row over work of human resources committee

Further troubles at town council after heated row over work of human resources committee

Further troubles at town council after heated row over work of human resources committee

Liberal Democrat John Lewis proposed Bingham Town Council create the committee after recent staffing issues.


Immediate lift-off for Newark’s new International Air & Space Training Institute (IASTI)

Immediate lift-off for Newark’s new International Air & Space Training Institute (IASTI)

Immediate lift-off for Newark’s new International Air & Space Training Institute (IASTI)

The IASTI is now accepting applications for its September 2021 intake, just days after funding was agreed by Chancellor Rishi Sunak in his budget.

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Petition to get rid of 'problematic' town council surpasses signature threshold

Petition to get rid of 'problematic' town council surpasses signature threshold

Petition to get rid of 'problematic' town council surpasses signature threshold

It comes after months of publicly-aired issues on the council and concern over how it is run — which have exclusively reported by The Advertiser.

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Towns Fund represents opportunity of a generation

Towns Fund represents opportunity of a generation

Towns Fund represents opportunity of a generation

'Today is an important step in journey to transform the lives of current and future generations of Newark residents' - board co-chair Tom Cartledge

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Petition with the power to dissolve a council is set to reach threshold for consideration

Petition with the power to dissolve a council is set to reach threshold for consideration

Petition with the power to dissolve a council is set to reach threshold for consideration

Created by Bingham residents, the extraordinary petition comes after months of publicly-aired issues on the council and concern over how it is run.


Councillor steps down to devote more time to MP role

Councillor steps down to devote more time to MP role

Councillor steps down to devote more time to MP role

Brendan Clarke-Smith, who represented the Boughton ward on the district council for the Conservatives, has resigned with immediate effect.


Plan for all schools to return at once is a political move, says education union

Plan for all schools to return at once is a political move, says education union

Plan for all schools to return at once is a political move, says education union

Schools should have a phased return but are not going to because the government has problems, says a senior officer of the National Education Union.

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