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Female custodial officer, 23, spared jail after forming relationship with prisoner

Female custodial officer, 23, spared jail after forming relationship with prisoner

This week's court listings have been released.


Calls for spending review of National Civil War Centre and Palace Theatre

Calls for spending review of National Civil War Centre and Palace Theatre

Councillor Paul Peacock said a review of the tourist attractions must be conducted at a time when the district council has increased council tax.

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COURT: Newark man, 24, assaults female police sergeant

COURT: Newark man, 24, assaults female police sergeant

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


Banned after driving under the influence of cannabis with young children in the back

Banned after driving under the influence of cannabis with young children in the back

Jordan Jason Barras, of Churchill Drive, Newark, escaped a more serious punishment for driving while disqualified.


Parents brush up on their hair styling skills

Parents brush up on their hair styling skills

Parents who find styling their children’s tresses a hair-raising experience had a helping hand.


No gimmicks, just music to make the audience happy

No gimmicks, just music to make the audience happy

When James Morrison plays at Sherwood Pines, the gimmicky outfits will be gone and instead the focus will be entirely on good music.


Village hall to benefit from £50,000-worth of upgrades

Village hall to benefit from £50,000-worth of upgrades

Councillors said the money would be used towards improving the energy efficiency of the hall to bring long term benefits to the community.


More resident concern over busy Newark road

More resident concern over busy Newark road

The Advertiser reader said she was concerned about the speeding problems near where she lived and had contacted councillors.


Group updates plans for wildlife meadow on former Newark playing fields

Group updates plans for wildlife meadow on former Newark playing fields

The residents’ group updated its proposal to include accessible picnic benches and play equipment, to be inclusive of all children and their families.


Resulting impact on village after a month's worth of rain fell in 24 hours

Resulting impact on village after a month's worth of rain fell in 24 hours

Nottinghamshire County Council is the lead local authority for flooding and coordinated the emergency planning response as well as providing sandbags.


Man jailed after assaulting train staff and police officers

Man jailed after assaulting train staff and police officers

An alcoholic who assaulted two police officers and two LNER employees after drinking half a bottle of brandy has been jailed.


School with 18 pupils under threat after drop in student roll

School with 18 pupils under threat after drop in student roll

Nottinghamshire County Council is looking at the viability of the school, after meetings with staff, parents and governors.


Council object to five new homes over flood fears

Council object to five new homes over flood fears

Plans to build five homes on land off a busy road were objected to by a planning committee.


Dog saved from death wins over judges

Dog saved from death wins over judges

Clooney the dog won the hearts of the judges to take the title at the world’s greatest dog show in front of his emotional owners.


‘Bellringing is a dedicated art’ ­— ringer for 60 years

‘Bellringing is a dedicated art’ ­— ringer for 60 years

When Margaret Snyder started to learn bellringing at Newark Parish Church at the age of 12, she was already pretty familiar with the art.


‘There is so much more to acupuncture than needles’

‘There is so much more to acupuncture than needles’

When Hannah Charles came across acupuncture, she was working as a nurse, but had never even heard of the ancient and traditional form of healing.

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COURT: Abuse towards 77-year-old woman suffering with dementia sees two carers imprisoned

COURT: Abuse towards 77-year-old woman suffering with dementia sees two carers imprisoned

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


Pedestrian crossing given green light

Pedestrian crossing given green light

A pedestrian crossing got the green light from town councillors.


McDonald's litter lout hit with £150 fine

McDonald's litter lout hit with £150 fine

He was witnessed in the act by a fellow customer who captured the photo evidence that enabled the district council to identify the offender.


Town councillors object to build on site of grade two building

Town councillors object to build on site of grade two building

Angry residents pleaded with town councillors to protect one of the town’s most desirable properties.


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