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Faulty rail barrier system is an ‘absolute disgrace’

Faulty rail barrier system is an ‘absolute disgrace’

Problems at level crossings on the Newark to Nottingham train line persist, despite hopes the issues had been fixed.


Glass and bonfire ashes left at town’s skatepark

Glass and bonfire ashes left at town’s skatepark

A skatepark was left littered with broken glass and bonfire remains last weekend.


Timely repairs made to town landmark tower

Timely repairs made to town landmark tower

A well-known landmark of Newark for 150 years, on a gateway into the town, has been refurbished.


Reassurance given over green space development

Reassurance given over green space development

The allocation aims develop around 1,000 houses in the valley south of Clay Lane with access from Beacon Heights.


COURT: Newark computer hacker, 35, sentenced to 12-month community order with 80 hours of unpaid work

COURT: Newark computer hacker, 35, sentenced to 12-month community order with 80 hours of unpaid work

This week's Nottingham Magistrates' Court have been released.


Concerns raised at boating proposals at Balderton Lake

Concerns raised at boating proposals at Balderton Lake

A keen fisherman has questioned the use of a lake for canoeing and kayaking because of the hidden dangers he says lie beneath the surface.


200-year-old Methodist church to be auctioned

200-year-old Methodist church to be auctioned

A former Methodist church built more than 200 years ago is up for auction on Friday.


Documentary presenter aims to bust bat myths

Documentary presenter aims to bust bat myths

A former Southwell student is to present a prime-time BBC nature documentary.


Headteacher appointed to Newark's newest primary school, which is currently being built

Headteacher appointed to Newark's newest primary school, which is currently being built

The governors of Christ Church Primary School, Newark, have appointed Mrs Alison Richardson.


Revealed: How a factory made bombers in the war

Revealed: How a factory made bombers in the war

Among the rubbish was a small 4ins casting of a Lancaster Bomber made out of gun metal.


Parent says schools should shut if social distancing can't be kept to

Parent says schools should shut if social distancing can't be kept to

The parent said he had seen people not social distancing outside Sir Donald Bailey Academy in Newark.


Newark to bid farewell to its vicar on Sunday as he leads last services

Newark to bid farewell to its vicar on Sunday as he leads last services

After three and a half years in Newark, the Rev David Pickersgill and his family are moving on.


Newark osteopathy clinic forced to close comes back to life

Newark osteopathy clinic forced to close comes back to life

The Newark clinic forced to close as it celebrated its first year in business is delighted to be able to welcome clients once more.


Newark Traveller families win their day at the High Court

Newark Traveller families win their day at the High Court

The families who want to be able to stay on land they set up home on without planning permission have won a High Court battle against the government.


Redundancies announced at town council as cost of covid continues to bite

Redundancies announced at town council as cost of covid continues to bite

The town hall museum will remain closed as the financial cost of coronavirus continues to bite.


Data shows disability hate crime figures drop in Nottinghamshire

Data shows disability hate crime figures drop in Nottinghamshire

Disability hate crime figures have dropped in Nottinghamshire — despite a national increase.


Pupils thanked for dealing with new way of learning

Pupils thanked for dealing with new way of learning

The head of a primary school has thanked parents and pupils for their efforts in dealing with a new way of learning as a result of coronavirus.


District needs more than 100 new Traveller pitches

District needs more than 100 new Traveller pitches

More than 100 Traveller pitches should be provided before 2033 for those needing a home within Newark and Sherwood.


Nominations cap a great year for business

Nominations cap a great year for business

Being named a finalist in three categories of the Newark Business Awards has capped an unprecedented year for one business.


Environmental work at Clay Lane starts

Environmental work at Clay Lane starts

Major environmental improvements, including the planting of 1,200 trees, at Clay Lane park will benefit wildlife, according to the district council.

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