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Burton is back in town

Burton is back in town

Menswear retailer Burton is returning to Newark as part of the Dorothy Perkins store.


Nuisance tenant banned from home

Nuisance tenant banned from home

A nuisance tenant, whose flat was believed to be part of the illegal drug-running County Lines network, has been banned from his own home.


Council looks to tackle 'inconsiderate parking'

Council looks to tackle 'inconsiderate parking'

The discussion was sparked by complaints from members of the public, who claimed people parked inconsiderately at the end of the road in question.


Council opt out of hunting ban

Council opt out of hunting ban

District councillors voted against a ban on any hunting activities on council land following last night's full council meeting.


RAF hero could be honoured in Poland

RAF hero could be honoured in Poland

A campaign has been launched to name a street in Warsaw after the second world war heroes who fought to keep resistance fighters supplied.


Diesel usage sparks a pledge renewal

Diesel usage sparks a pledge renewal

The fleet a council uses for its services remains powered by diesel at a time when it is promoting a cleaner, safer and greener environment.


District council could become open space management company

District council could become open space management company

A council could become the company that manages open spaces on new housing developments.


COURT: Fare-dodgers fined hundreds and benefit fraudster receives suspended prison sentence of ten weeks

COURT: Fare-dodgers fined hundreds and benefit fraudster receives suspended prison sentence of ten weeks

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


Newark man, 27, pleads guilty to burglary

Newark man, 27, pleads guilty to burglary

Arron Priestly admitted the offence that happened on January 10 this year.


Council rejects plan for 87 new homes

Council rejects plan for 87 new homes

A district council refused an application for 87 homes submitted by its own development company.


Rachel beats a retreat from policing to dream new job

Rachel beats a retreat from policing to dream new job

A long police career spent helping people stood Rachel Lodge in good stead when it came to finding a new role after retiring from the force.


Council delays decision to upgrade football ground

Council delays decision to upgrade football ground

Members of a town council want more information before deciding whether to support plans to develop the future home of a thriving football club.


COURT: Suspended sentence for man possessing hammer at police station and motorist 3 ½ times over limit

COURT: Suspended sentence for man possessing hammer at police station and motorist 3 ½ times over limit

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


Adventurers to spend 15 weeks in south east Asia

Adventurers to spend 15 weeks in south east Asia

The visit is part of Global Grad ­— a scheme that combines education with travel.


Long-standing furniture business ceases trading

Long-standing furniture business ceases trading

FRP Advisory has been appointed to the furniture business who have been around for five generations.


COURT: Fined for harassing PCSO and banned from petrol station for a year

COURT: Fined for harassing PCSO and banned from petrol station for a year

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


£240k loan for new hockey pitch welcomed

£240k loan for new hockey pitch welcomed

News of the loan for a school's replacement hockey pitch has been described a step forward.


COURT: Newark woman trespasses on railway and prolific shoplifter jailed

COURT: Newark woman trespasses on railway and prolific shoplifter jailed

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


2019 police data reveals hundreds of unsolved burglaries

2019 police data reveals hundreds of unsolved burglaries

More than 400 burglaries reported in Newark and Sherwood between January and November 2019 have seen the investigation end with no suspect identified.


Church community concern over new carparking charges

Church community concern over new carparking charges

Concerns have been raised by a church community over a decision to start charging in a formerly free carpark.


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