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Half of Britain's butterfly species at risk of extinction

Half of Britain's butterfly species at risk of extinction

Half of Britain's butterfly species at risk of extinction

Time is running out to save Britain's butterfly species, warn experts, as a new endangered red list show half face are now facing extinction.

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Newark man pays high price for stealing £3 Co-op sandwich

Newark man pays high price for stealing £3 Co-op sandwich

Newark man pays high price for stealing £3 Co-op sandwich

The theft of a sandwich left 24-year-old Connor Kelsall with a hefty price tag. Read all magistrates' court listings here.


Energy bills are set to go up by another £800 this year and here's why

Energy bills are set to go up by another £800 this year and here's why

Energy bills are set to go up by another £800 this year and here's why

Gas and electric bills are facing another astronomical rise before the end of the year but why is it happening and what help is there for you?


Great British spring clean in the district labelled a success thanks to 248 helpers

Great British spring clean in the district labelled a success thanks to 248 helpers

Great British spring clean in the district labelled a success thanks to 248 helpers

The Great British Spring Clean has been labelled a success around Newark and Sherwood once again, thanks to the 248 dedicated residents who took part.


Ukrainian refugees being hosted in the district welcomed to information evening

Ukrainian refugees being hosted in the district welcomed to information evening

Ukrainian refugees being hosted in the district welcomed to information evening

Ukrainian families being hosted by residents in Newark and Sherwood were welcomed to an information evening.


Possible shift from economy-driven housing targets

Possible shift from economy-driven housing targets

Possible shift from economy-driven housing targets

Wildlife Trusts published a report, Planning A New Way Forward, which called for a planning system that enshrines people’s access to nature in law.


Latest planning applications submitted in your area

Latest planning applications submitted in your area

Latest planning applications submitted in your area

The latest planning applications submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council have been released.


Police make dramatic arrest after man tries to kill woman in vicious knife attack

Police make dramatic arrest after man tries to kill woman in vicious knife attack

Police make dramatic arrest after man tries to kill woman in vicious knife attack

The dramatic arrest of an attempted murderer who slashed a woman’s throat is captured on camera in a gripping episode of Police Interceptors tonight.


Walking group members make the most of the great outdoors

Walking group members make the most of the great outdoors

Walking group members make the most of the great outdoors

A walking group have spent a week away enjoying the Lake District's impressive countryside.


What was making the headlines 25, 50 and 100 years ago?

What was making the headlines 25, 50 and 100 years ago?

What was making the headlines 25, 50 and 100 years ago?

Take a look at what was making the headlines 25, 50 and 100 years ago.


New anti-money laundering regulations brought into law

New anti-money laundering regulations brought into law

New anti-money laundering regulations brought into law

New anti-money laundering regulations mean all UK express trusts need to be registered with HMRC unless the trust falls into certain categories.


Investigation prompted after dog poos in public loo

Investigation prompted after dog poos in public loo

Investigation prompted after dog poos in public loo

A council is investigating after dog pooed in a town's public loo.


Could you be our next apprentice journalist?

Could you be our next apprentice journalist?

Could you be our next apprentice journalist?

Iliffe Media, owner of Newark Advertiser and its sister titles, is opening its journalism apprentice scheme again.


Government hands over £5m for transport projects to help tackle loneliness

Government hands over £5m for transport projects to help tackle loneliness

Government hands over £5m for transport projects to help tackle loneliness

£5m has been allocated for transport pilot projects to tackle loneliness.


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