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Disgraced councillors heckled as they agreed to council improvement board

Disgraced councillors heckled as they agreed to council improvement board

Disgraced councillors heckled as they agreed to council improvement board

Councillors banished from the Tory Party for harassing their clerk were relentlessly heckled by residents as they agreed to an improvement board.


Two decades spent as the woman MPs lean on

Two decades spent as the woman MPs lean on

Two decades spent as the woman MPs lean on

The MP secretary in the Newark and Bingham parliamentary constituency has reached 20 years in the job.


Newark MP's heartbreak over the killing of Sir David Amess

Newark MP's heartbreak over the killing of Sir David Amess

Newark MP's heartbreak over the killing of Sir David Amess

The Newark MP has expressed his heartbreak over the killing of Sir David Amess.


Protesters will 'physically stop' any attempt to fell trees for Newark carpark extension

Protesters will 'physically stop' any attempt to fell trees for Newark carpark extension

Protesters will 'physically stop' any attempt to fell trees for Newark carpark extension

Campaigners have warned the district council they will camp on a piece of green space in Newark the authority is to build a carpark on.

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Newark to help put a stop to fire and rehire this weekend

Newark to help put a stop to fire and rehire this weekend

Newark to help put a stop to fire and rehire this weekend

Campaigners will be in Newark Market Place this weekend in a bid to help put a stop to fire and rehire.

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'We will fight on': Protesters' pledge after Newark carpark extension and tree felling agreed

'We will fight on': Protesters' pledge after Newark carpark extension and tree felling agreed

'We will fight on': Protesters' pledge after Newark carpark extension and tree felling agreed

The environmental community says it will fight on after it was agreed trees they worked so hard to protect would be chopped.

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Newark campaigners made to feel like 'second-class citizens' by council officer's comments over livestream

Newark campaigners made to feel like 'second-class citizens' by council officer's comments over livestream

Newark campaigners made to feel like 'second-class citizens' by council officer's comments over livestream

Protesters say they were made to feel like second-class citizens by comments heard over a meeting livestream by a district council officer.

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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'

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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Age-old trees will be felled as part of Newark carpark extension

Age-old trees will be felled as part of Newark carpark extension

Age-old trees will be felled as part of Newark carpark extension

Councillors have agreed an extension to Newark's London Road Carpark with one stating it would 'future-proof' the town.

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Maths by campaigner suggests Newark carpark extension would represent a financial loss

Maths by campaigner suggests Newark carpark extension would represent a financial loss

Maths by campaigner suggests Newark carpark extension would represent a financial loss

Maths done by an environmental campaigner suggests the London Road Carpark extension in Newark would represent a financial loss.

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'Elite clique' councillors expelled from Conservative Party after harassing clerk

'Elite clique' councillors expelled from Conservative Party after harassing clerk

'Elite clique' councillors expelled from Conservative Party after harassing clerk

Conservative councillors who continued to 'act with impunity' after being found guilty of harassing a town clerk have been expelled from the party.


Council must borrow £70m to balance its books

Council must borrow £70m to balance its books

Council must borrow £70m to balance its books

Nottinghamshire County Council needs to borrow £70m in the next year to balance its books, the finance committee was told.

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Call to postpone decision on Newark carpark extension until full review takes place

Call to postpone decision on Newark carpark extension until full review takes place

Call to postpone decision on Newark carpark extension until full review takes place

Newark Civic Trust has asked the district council to postpone its vote on London Road Carpark until a full investigation has been carried out.


Councillor's motion set to urge government to re-instate universal credit uplift

Councillor's motion set to urge government to re-instate universal credit uplift

Councillor's motion set to urge government to re-instate universal credit uplift

A council is set to write to the Prime Minister urging the government to re-instate the £20-a-week uplift to universal credit.

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