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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 Labour's first election success in Newark.


Housing development to go ahead as district council votes in favour of changes

Housing development to go ahead as district council votes in favour of changes

The planning committee voted in favour of an application confirming aspects of a three-home housing development.


Super gullies at centre of £4.3m flood prevention project in town

Super gullies at centre of £4.3m flood prevention project in town

It is part of the cross-council funded scheme that aims to protect 240 properties and 60 businesses.


Date change for Newark Festival 2020

Date change for Newark Festival 2020

One of Newark's biggest annual events will be moved to a bank holiday weekend in a bid to improve its attendance.


Cyclists will be able to avoid busy road as trail works progress

Cyclists will be able to avoid busy road as trail works progress

The trail will allow cyclists and walkers to travel around the A1133 without having to use the busy road.


GALLERY: Crowds flock to annual winter craft fair

GALLERY: Crowds flock to annual winter craft fair

The winter craft fair took place over two days for the first time with more than 70 stallholders selling lots of Christmas bits.


COURT: Billed £870 for running red light and fined £660 for speeding

COURT: Billed £870 for running red light and fined £660 for speeding

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


Campaign launched to protect and save open green spaces

Campaign launched to protect and save open green spaces

Watch This Space ­hopes to identify, publicise and protect such spaces in and around Newark.


Familiar face to retire after more than 30 years' service as a nurse

Familiar face to retire after more than 30 years' service as a nurse

Denise Sheppard, 63, of Newark, has worked at the medical practice since 1988.


Bygones: Bonfire night events from the last 50 years

Bygones: Bonfire night events from the last 50 years

The Advertiser has delved into its archives for photographs from Bonfire Nights over the past 50 years.


Date change proposed for Newark Festival

Date change proposed for Newark Festival

Proposals are being discussed to move Newark's popular music festival to August.


Daredevils take on smouldering hot fire walk for charity

Daredevils take on smouldering hot fire walk for charity

The fire walk in aid of the Children’s Bereavement Centre took place at the Kelham Hall Firework extravaganza.


COURT: Driving HGV with second vehicle on the back and elderly woman conditionally discharged after her dog bit someone at Sainsbury's

COURT: Driving HGV with second vehicle on the back and elderly woman conditionally discharged after her dog bit someone at Sainsbury's

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


Plans to build nearly 90 homes published by district council

Plans to build nearly 90 homes published by district council

The proposed development, off Lord Hawke Way and Bowbridge Road, Newark, is an allocated site for the provision of housing.

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Long-stay carpark plans to be brought forward by council

Long-stay carpark plans to be brought forward by council

The town council is seeking to bring forward plans to improve longer term facilities for motorists and the wider community.


Web firm cutting cab costs and also emissions

Web firm cutting cab costs and also emissions

An innovative web platform business that could help reduce vehicle carbon emissions has been launched.


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 Newark Hospital prize day.


Newark grandmother's frustration with mice infestation coming from property next door

Newark grandmother's frustration with mice infestation coming from property next door

Florence Haycock, 86, of Trinity Road, has been living with mice in her home for seven months.


Museum remembers wartime efforts of oilmen who drilled without the Nazi's knowing

Museum remembers wartime efforts of oilmen who drilled without the Nazi's knowing

The operation was described by the then Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, as one of the best-kept secrets of the time.


Designs progressing for £20m leisure hub

Designs progressing for £20m leisure hub

The proposed plans hope to promote healthier lifestyles and complement the growth of the town.


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