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£1.174m covid cost for Newark and Sherwood District Council

£1.174m covid cost for Newark and Sherwood District Council

The financial impact of covid-19 to the district council is forecast to contribute to a shortfall of £1.174m by the end of the financial year.


Triple rejection for home plans

Triple rejection for home plans

A series of planning applications ­for homes on one road — described as a countdown of five, four, three, two, one ­— were all rejected.


Evidence called for over police station relocation

Evidence called for over police station relocation

Evidence is needed to show the possible relocation of Newark Police Station would not adversely affect the town’s policing.

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Country File: As summer segues in to autumn

Country File: As summer segues in to autumn

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust's Erin McDaid talks autumn in this week's Country File column.


A place less to spend a penny

A place less to spend a penny

The block at the London Road carpark, for which the town council owns the freehold, have been closed since the beginning of lockdown in March.


COURT: Newark woman, 29, committed fraud with bank card

COURT: Newark woman, 29, committed fraud with bank card

This week's court listings have been released.


Door is closed on holiday rental idea

Door is closed on holiday rental idea

An application for a holiday rental just off two busy roads was refused by district council planning committee members.


Long-awaited opening of M&S food store in Newark announced

Long-awaited opening of M&S food store in Newark announced

Enabling works at the site off Northgate are set to begin within the next month following a decision by the district council planning committee.

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Woman asks town council to adopt Black Lives Matter policy after her boyfriend was stared at on a visit

Woman asks town council to adopt Black Lives Matter policy after her boyfriend was stared at on a visit

Her boyfriend had ‘never felt the stares from white people so strongly’ during a visit to her home town.

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COURT: Chaotic lifestyle and addiction to drugs lands man in court

COURT: Chaotic lifestyle and addiction to drugs lands man in court

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


‘Can weddings take place safely here ­— I say yes’

‘Can weddings take place safely here ­— I say yes’

A wedding venue that normally hosts about 100 ceremonies a year has just held its first since coronavirus forced it to close in March.


Life dedicated to defeating Nazis and Communism

Life dedicated to defeating Nazis and Communism

With Battle of Britain Day approaching, the Advertiser continues the story of one of Newark’s heroes from that time.


Outcome of wrangle over 10cm of land costs district taxpayer £60,000

Outcome of wrangle over 10cm of land costs district taxpayer £60,000

The application was for 38 homes and conversion of an existing property to supported-living units on Nottingham Road, Southwell, and an access road.


Solar farm 'would contribute to net zero carbon targets'

Solar farm 'would contribute to net zero carbon targets'

The application, by JBM Solar Projects 6 Ltd, wants to create a solar farm, battery stations and associated works, at land north of Halloughton.


Robert Jenrick cuts first sod for new school at Middlebeck development

Robert Jenrick cuts first sod for new school at Middlebeck development

The first sod was cut for a new primary school that will spark a bright new future for Newark’s last remaining infants’ school.

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COURT: Newark man breached court order by driving

COURT: Newark man breached court order by driving

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


All-in-one fitness platform hopes to bring instructors together

All-in-one fitness platform hopes to bring instructors together

Studio From Home is the idea of Chloe Mercer, 29, of Kirklington, a dance instructor who also runs outdoor education classes.


1,900 litres of alcohol confiscated during one year at prison

1,900 litres of alcohol confiscated during one year at prison

This is a snapshot of a year in the life behind the bars of one modern day UK prison — HMP Lowdham Grange.


New micro-pub is a family affair

New micro-pub is a family affair

The Brews Brothers, owned by David Birch with the help of wife Toni, is also a coffee shop and pie house.


Rodent activity and poor hygiene resulted in closure of kebab house

Rodent activity and poor hygiene resulted in closure of kebab house

Environmental health officers witnessed rodent activity, cross contamination, poor cleaning practices. Business since given permission to re-open.

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