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Bygones: Advertiser stories from 25, 50 and 100 years ago

Bygones: Advertiser stories from 25, 50 and 100 years ago

A look-back at stories from the past, including the visit of Labour's deputy leader.


DJ marks 50 years of spinning decks

DJ marks 50 years of spinning decks

Jerome Fox, 68, of Newark, will mark his DJ milestone by bringing together all of his family, friends and colleagues for a celebratory disco event.


Foodbank thanks generous newlyweds

Foodbank thanks generous newlyweds

Neil and Nicola Gascoyne got married in Newark Castle and instead of asking their guests for wedding presents, asked for donations to foodbanks.


Plans to bring garden waste collections back

Plans to bring garden waste collections back

From next year, garden waste collections will be brought back in-house by the district council and more battery recycling drop zones will be available


Focus turns to potential County Lines victims

Focus turns to potential County Lines victims

Support will be offered to vulnerable people who could be the next victims of a County Lines drugs ring operating in Newark.


Frustration at wait for extension for disabled daughter

Frustration at wait for extension for disabled daughter

Lisa Brown’s daughter, Alanna, 14, has cerebral palsy and epilepsy, and the delay has meant Alanna has not been able to have a proper bath.


LNER to run new direct train services from Lincoln and London

LNER to run new direct train services from Lincoln and London

LNER will be running its Azuma trains on the route, increasing the number of services from one each way to six return services.


COURT: Uninsured drivers, cannabis and knuckle duster possession, and driving away from petrol stations without paying

COURT: Uninsured drivers, cannabis and knuckle duster possession, and driving away from petrol stations without paying

A round-up of this week's court listings.


'We are going to be swimming in the dark' ­— Leader of Extinction Rebellion Newark and Sherwood

'We are going to be swimming in the dark' ­— Leader of Extinction Rebellion Newark and Sherwood

Roger Bell, leader of Extinction Rebellion Newark and Sherwood, united in the London climate protests last week.


Two housing estates to be transformed with up to 200 homes

Two housing estates to be transformed with up to 200 homes

The application to build homes in the area is set to be submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council and follows a neighbourhood survey.


Budget delivery of Newark Lorry Park is challenged

Budget delivery of Newark Lorry Park is challenged

Despite its success the cost of the lorry park was questioned at Newark and Sherwood District Council’s policy and finance committee.


Cafè bar chain Lounges takes next step closer to becoming a reality

Cafè bar chain Lounges takes next step closer to becoming a reality

The outline of the proposal was relayed to Newark and Sherwood District Council’s planning committee on Tuesday.

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Planning committee agree plans to replace milestone

Planning committee agree plans to replace milestone

Newark and Sherwood District Council has agreed the disintegrated milestone at the Saracen's Head Hotel, Southwell, will be replaced with a replica.


Relative's anger at residents' treatment

Relative's anger at residents' treatment

Angry relatives of residents at Friary Fields care home have spoken out after their loved ones were moved without their knowledge.


Kelham Hall Hotel bedrooms increased

Kelham Hall Hotel bedrooms increased

Kelham Hall owner Jonathan Pass, has applied to turn the building into a luxury 103-bedroom hotel­— an increase on the original 71 bedrooms proposed.


Elderly Newark woman left with gigantic hole in her ceiling after bathroom leak

Elderly Newark woman left with gigantic hole in her ceiling after bathroom leak

An elderly woman who was assured by her housing association she did not have a water leak in her loft is now living with a collapsed ceiling.


Former head of Newark's EDL division sentenced to 12 month community order for racially and religiously-aggravated crime of threatening behaviour

Former head of Newark's EDL division sentenced to 12 month community order for racially and religiously-aggravated crime of threatening behaviour

The man who set up the English Defence League’s (EDL) Newark division admitted threatening behaviour with intent to cause a man alarm or distress.


Owners to sell soft play business

Owners to sell soft play business

Tracey and Paul Benson, of Leo's Play Centre, have decided to sell the business after the premises was broken into for the fourth time.


COURT: Hospital bed set on fire and theft of 12 steaks

COURT: Hospital bed set on fire and theft of 12 steaks

A woman who set fire to a hospital bed was conditionally discharged for three years at Nottingham Magistrates' Court.

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GALLERY: Honouring HM Armed Forces ­at the Newark Patriotic Fund ball

GALLERY: Honouring HM Armed Forces ­at the Newark Patriotic Fund ball

The twelfth annual Newark Patriotic Fund ball took place in the Cedric Ford Pavilion at Newark Showground on Saturday evening.


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