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Council avoids hefty bill by agreeing later hours for Newark nightclub

Council avoids hefty bill by agreeing later hours for Newark nightclub

A nightclub in Newark's historic Corn Exchange will be allowed stay open longer after a council realised it could end up with a legal bill of £10,000.


Walkers join fundraising Starlight Stride in support of hospice

Walkers join fundraising Starlight Stride in support of hospice

Walkers turned out in force to support the first Starlight Stride for Beaumond House Hospice Care.


Centre's lack of evening swimming provision questioned

Centre's lack of evening swimming provision questioned

A lack of late-night swimming provision has been criticised.


Former wool warehouse in Newark to be transformed into apartments

Former wool warehouse in Newark to be transformed into apartments

A former Victorian wool warehouse is set to become new apartments following a multi-million-pound property deal.

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People at risk of homelessness in Newark and Sherwood up nearly 40%

People at risk of homelessness in Newark and Sherwood up nearly 40%

People who are homeless, or at risk of being so, has risen by nearly 40% in the district in a year.

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Solar farm could power over 16,000 homes a year, according to plans

Solar farm could power over 16,000 homes a year, according to plans

Plans have been submitted for a solar farm that could power 16,200 homes a year.

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Bygones: Writer's story is filmed by Newark students 25 years ago

Bygones: Writer's story is filmed by Newark students 25 years ago

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


Crowds gather in Newark for Armed Forces Day

Crowds gather in Newark for Armed Forces Day

Crowds gathered in Newark Market Place on Sunday to watch a military parade to mark Armed Forces Day.

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University building is named region's Building of the Year

University building is named region's Building of the Year

A university building has won an acclaimed architecture award thanks to its unique design.


Man's community order for child sex offences as paedophile sting was 'deterrent enough'

Man's community order for child sex offences as paedophile sting was 'deterrent enough'

A 57-year-old who tried to incite who he believed to be an underage boy into having sex has avoided a jail sentence.

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Man who threatened to kill wife with shotgun to return to the family home

Man who threatened to kill wife with shotgun to return to the family home

A man who threatened to kill his wife with a double-barrel shotgun has avoided jail and will be returning to the family home tonight.


Common law marriage: Does it exist for couples?

Common law marriage: Does it exist for couples?

Many cohabiting couples assume that living with their partner for a long time provides them with legal rights, writes Emma Darley, of Ringrose Law.


Newark company's rainwater system that saves 200,000 litres a year

Newark company's rainwater system that saves 200,000 litres a year

A rainwater harvesting system that will reduce mains water consumption by almost 200,000 litres a year has been implemented by a Newark-based company.


All the glitz and glamour of Newark Business Awards in pictures

All the glitz and glamour of Newark Business Awards in pictures

The winners of this year's Newark Business Awards were revealed at a gala black-tie ceremony at Newark Showground


15-year-old who went on mini crime wave given youth rehabilitation order

15-year-old who went on mini crime wave given youth rehabilitation order

A 15-year-old who went on a mini crime wave was sentenced to a youth rehabilitation order by Nottingham magistrates.


Levelling up for nature and people

Levelling up for nature and people

Columinist Erin McDaid, of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, looks at the opportunities for nature through the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill.


Bygones: A look at what was making the news in times gone by

Bygones: A look at what was making the news in times gone by

The Advertiser has opened its archives to look at what was making the news this week 25, 50 and 100 years ago.


Freemasons celebrate 150 years of charitable endeavours

Freemasons celebrate 150 years of charitable endeavours

A group of freemasons will be celebrating 150 years of charitable endeavours this June, writes Will Hugall.

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Massive vote in favour of work-in at RHP Newark 50 years ago

Massive vote in favour of work-in at RHP Newark 50 years ago

Workers gave a massive vote in favour of a work-in at RHP Newark amid redundancy fears 50 years ago. Read all bygones here.


Opening of restaurant sees rave reviews for service and Italian menu

Opening of restaurant sees rave reviews for service and Italian menu

A new restaurant has opened to rave reviews from customers for its service and exciting Italian menu, writes Will Hugall.


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