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Schoolgirls to get fitting advice on bras by professional

Schoolgirls to get fitting advice on bras by professional

A bra fitter who has measured ladies from as far as the Middle East is now bringing her more than 20 years’ experience into schools.


Importance of churches stressed after 24 in Nottinghamshire deemed at risk

Importance of churches stressed after 24 in Nottinghamshire deemed at risk

The importance of keeping churches open as an integral part of community life has been stressed after 24 in the county were deemed at risk.


Cocaine possession and drink-driving among latest court listings

Cocaine possession and drink-driving among latest court listings

Cocaine possession and drink-driving are among the latest court listings in the Newark area. Read all cases here.


Salvaged memorabilia is a reward for service

Salvaged memorabilia is a reward for service

A piece of Newark Livestock Market memorabilia has been presented to a long-time employee.


Saving business time and money by simplifying VAT

Saving business time and money by simplifying VAT

There are various ways a small business can account for VAT, are you using the right one for you? asks Simon Shaw of Duncan & Toplis.


Scenes for radio play filmed near Newark

Scenes for radio play filmed near Newark

Scenes for an upcoming radio play have been filmed in a village.


Hopes to overcome disconnect with nature

Hopes to overcome disconnect with nature

The Eurasian beaver was once widespread across the UK and as ‘nature’s engineers’ played a crucial role in shaping our wetland landscapes.


Sewage fears washed away as plans for new home are approved

Sewage fears washed away as plans for new home are approved

Councillors gave planning permission for a house, despite the land currently having an open sewage ditch beside it.


Delivering roads maintenance and pothole pledge, says councillor

Delivering roads maintenance and pothole pledge, says councillor

Councillor pleased with series of recommendations, which have been unanimously approved.


Not so simple

Not so simple

You Can Still Still Your GP (Advertiser, November 18). It’s not quite as simple as it seems.


Town council to purchase problem parcel of land

Town council to purchase problem parcel of land

A piece of land blighted by anti-social behaviour and illegal Traveller encampments is set to be purchased by Newark Town Council.


Ambitious plans for Nottinghamshire's future are set out

Ambitious plans for Nottinghamshire's future are set out

An ambitious vision for Nottinghamshire's future has been revealed.


Historic England reveals the buildings most at risk in Newark and Sherwood

Historic England reveals the buildings most at risk in Newark and Sherwood

Historic England has published its annual Heritage at Risk Register, revealing the sites most at risk across the East Midlands.


Newark thug jailed for assaulting man and then police officer is among court listings

Newark thug jailed for assaulting man and then police officer is among court listings

The latest court listings include a man jailed for assaulting another in a Newark pub and then the police officer who responded.


Take childhood inspiration and follow all your dreams, says hypnotherapist

Take childhood inspiration and follow all your dreams, says hypnotherapist

Read the latest column from hypnotherapist Rosalyn Palmer.


New play centre in Newark to bring joy to the imagination this month

New play centre in Newark to bring joy to the imagination this month

A new children’s play centre will be coming to Newark this month.


The pitfalls of buying an unregistered property

The pitfalls of buying an unregistered property

It may come as a shock to find out the dream property you are buying is unregistered but there’s no need to panic just yet, says Tallents Solicitors.


Newark MP quizzed on big issues and parliamentary career by college students

Newark MP quizzed on big issues and parliamentary career by college students

Newark MP Robert Jenrick launched UK Parliament Week at Newark College.


Newark photographer has Facebook presence permanently wiped after being hacked

Newark photographer has Facebook presence permanently wiped after being hacked

A photographer whose social media business account was hacked has had her company and personal profiles permanently disabled.


Doctor's criticism of plans to make Newark a cycle town as roads are 'unsafe'

Doctor's criticism of plans to make Newark a cycle town as roads are 'unsafe'

A doctor has criticised plans that seek to make Newark more attractive to cyclists.


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