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Frustrated Newark resident's five-month wait for asbestos flytip removal

Frustrated Newark resident's five-month wait for asbestos flytip removal

A frustrated resident has had limited access to his home for five months after asbestos was illegally dumped in his garden.


Unsafe and unclean care home where person was hospitalised closes after inspection

Unsafe and unclean care home where person was hospitalised closes after inspection

The care home was inspected by the Care Quality Commission in July because it was notified of an incident.


Secondary school pupils blamed for littering park

Secondary school pupils blamed for littering park

Resident Allan Sanders said the amount of waste left in the park has become preposterous.


Level of YMCA funding towards flagship project called into question by Labour Group leader

Level of YMCA funding towards flagship project called into question by Labour Group leader

The level of funding the YMCA has made towards its national flagship Community and Activity Village in Newark has been called into question.


Dozens of Newark and Sherwood businesses failing to meet food hygiene standards

Dozens of Newark and Sherwood businesses failing to meet food hygiene standards

All food businesses are given a hygiene rating from zero to five, with a rating of at least three indicating they are broadly compliant.

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COURT: Stolen goods, shoplifters and burglar

COURT: Stolen goods, shoplifters and burglar

A THIEF with a lengthy record was jailed at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court for stealing spirits.


Phase two of YMCA project discussed at district council committee meeting

Phase two of YMCA project discussed at district council committee meeting

The progress of the YMCA Community and Activity Village was outlined to a district council policy and finance committee.


Application to add new parking to municipal offices comes under fire

Application to add new parking to municipal offices comes under fire

The application which has already been approved went under review at a policy and finance committee meeting.


Oddity of Newark museum which operated illegally for 22 years

Oddity of Newark museum which operated illegally for 22 years

It has emerged the museum has been operating illegally for more than 20 years.

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COURT: Cannabis production and police officer assault

COURT: Cannabis production and police officer assault

The case of a man accused of causing the death of 60-year-old woman while driving a coach has been committed to Nottingham Crown Court.


Agricultural society defends hosting Vegan Camp-Out after being dubbed 'sinister'

Agricultural society defends hosting Vegan Camp-Out after being dubbed 'sinister'

The agricultural society was criticised by the Countryside Alliance who claim it was an opportunity for animal rights extremists.

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Traditional hunt spectacle banned by town council

Traditional hunt spectacle banned by town council

The finance and general purposes committee described the event as the most appalling thing.

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M&S looks set to come back to Newark after u-turn

M&S looks set to come back to Newark after u-turn

The chain has gone full circle and once again agreed to become the anchor of a proposed development.

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Works on the Robin Hood Hotel set to begin

Works on the Robin Hood Hotel set to begin

The derelict building is to make way for a new Travelodge with 66 rooms.

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Newark has Dragon paddle-power

Newark has Dragon paddle-power

Hundreds turned out to watch the return of dragon boat racing to Newark on Sunday, organised by Children's Bereavement Centre and Beaumond House.

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Decision made on £13m hotel proposal

Decision made on £13m hotel proposal

The chairman of Farndon Parish Council, Mr Mick Baker, led the fight against the proposal at the district council’s planning committee meeting.

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Back Boris the champion ­— Mark Spencer

Back Boris the champion ­— Mark Spencer

Sherwood MP Mark Spencer says it's time to let Prime Minister Boris Johnson get on with delivering Brexit.

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New Buttermarket hub a place to talk and breathe

New Buttermarket hub a place to talk and breathe

Mental health charity the Shaw Mind Foundation has created the Breathe:Hub.


Care leaver champions Local Offer providing opportunity to young people

Care leaver champions Local Offer providing opportunity to young people

The Local Offer hopes to provide the best advice and help to care leavers as they enter adulthood.


Last family of refugees from war-torn Syria welcomed

Last family of refugees from war-torn Syria welcomed

They arrived from refugee camps in The Lebanon, where they have been living since fleeing civil war in Syria.

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