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British resolve is what is needed, says Sherwood MP

British resolve is what is needed, says Sherwood MP

We have unfortunately now entered a second set of nationally imposed restrictions across England, says Sherwood MP Mark Spencer.

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Site finally approved for just two homes

Site finally approved for just two homes

Plans for two large houses have been approved for a site after a series of applications.


Tennis club wrongly awarded £10,000 grant from council refuses to return the money

Tennis club wrongly awarded £10,000 grant from council refuses to return the money

Farnsfield Parish Council agreed the grant to Farnsfield Tennis Club in 2017 to build an extension to its clubhouse.


Residents rally to stop farmland proposals

Residents rally to stop farmland proposals

A petition fighting back against a planning application has received more than 800 signatures.


Services off A1 near Fernwood granted green light

Services off A1 near Fernwood granted green light

Despite ‘grave concerns’, planning for a motorway services-styled development near Fernwood has been approved.


Former church auctioned for double its guide price

Former church auctioned for double its guide price

A former Methodist church dating back 200 years has been sold at auction for more than twice its guide price.


COURT: Vulnerable victims were assaulted and false allegations

COURT: Vulnerable victims were assaulted and false allegations

This week's listings from Nottingham Magistrates’ Court have been released.


Story of the world's most successful real-life spy who lies in Newark Cemetery

Story of the world's most successful real-life spy who lies in Newark Cemetery

Double agent Roman Czerniawski, codenamed Brutus by British Intelligence and Hubert by the Germans, made the biggest contribution in tricking Hitler.


Electric dreams: Tesla taxi ranked national first

Electric dreams: Tesla taxi ranked national first

The owner of the first Tesla Hackney Carriage in the country has encouraged other cabbies to go electric.

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£6.5m Kelham Hall withdrawn from auction

£6.5m Kelham Hall withdrawn from auction

It is set on around 44 acres of formally-designed landscaped gardens and parkland.


Activity centre’s fears for future

Activity centre’s fears for future

An outdoor activity centre has seen a 90% drop in revenue and has to make 30 staff redundant as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.


Villagers celebrate following withdrawal of mega chicken farm application

Villagers celebrate following withdrawal of mega chicken farm application

Plans were submitted for four large chicken sheds ­— with a rolling capacity of 220,000 birds at a time ­— ­on land west of Main Street, Thoroton.

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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.

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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.


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