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Plant training firm to close after break-ins leave it out of pocket

Plant training firm to close after break-ins leave it out of pocket

The company was left with a bill of more than £35,000 after burglars targeted the site on three occasions.


School issues letter to parents after Coronavirus fears cuts ski trip short

School issues letter to parents after Coronavirus fears cuts ski trip short

The party was in Northern Italy for less than 48-hours, just enough time for pupils to be measured for ski boots, before returning home.


Photographer captivated by abstract aspect of life

Photographer captivated by abstract aspect of life

A new exhibition at a Newark gallery focuses on the abstract nature of wildlife.


New school run café fills the gap for busy families

New school run café fills the gap for busy families

A new café based in a village hall aims to fill the gap between school and nursery picking-up times.


Lorry driver handed eight-month suspended sentence and 200 hours of unpaid work for driving up to 21 hours a day

Lorry driver handed eight-month suspended sentence and 200 hours of unpaid work for driving up to 21 hours a day

A Newark lorry driver has been handed an eight-month suspended sentence and 200 hours of unpaid work.

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Art collection given to town hall gallery

Art collection given to town hall gallery

A major collection of artwork has been given to Newark Town Hall Museum by its owner.


Anti-fascist forum issues challenge

Anti-fascist forum issues challenge

HOPE Not Hate has challenged the Conservatives to suspend a number of serving councillors.


One-line apology issued to daughter of care home resident after investigation

One-line apology issued to daughter of care home resident after investigation

The daughter of a care home resident says she feels she was treated badly by the home during her mother’s illness and since her death there.


Crime spree couple to be sentenced

Crime spree couple to be sentenced

Baxter, who had 16 prior convictions, and first time offender Brown, were cleared of two charges but had already admitted a number of others.


Crime spree couple to be sentenced

Crime spree couple to be sentenced

Baxter, who had 16 prior convictions, and first time offender Brown, were cleared of two charges but had already admitted a number of others.


Coronavirus: Anti-bacterial gels sell out in Newark over virus fears

Coronavirus: Anti-bacterial gels sell out in Newark over virus fears

Many shops in Newark have sold out of anti-bacterial gels as concerns grow over the spread of coronavirus.


New affordable homes ‘lesser of the two evils’

New affordable homes ‘lesser of the two evils’

Plans to create 14 new affordable homes were approved yesterday.


GALLERY: A sneak peek at Newark's new Tambo Lounge

GALLERY: A sneak peek at Newark's new Tambo Lounge

A new café lounge has opened in Newark, and promises to offer something for everyone.


Teenage girl facing more than 14 years behind bars

Teenage girl facing more than 14 years behind bars

The girl, 15, admitted a spree of offences in Newark including arson with reckless endangerment to life.


RAF street naming campaign takes off

RAF street naming campaign takes off

A mission to have a wartime hero immortalised is taking off.


M&S building purchase officially confirmed by district council

M&S building purchase officially confirmed by district council

Newark and Sherwood District Council approved the urgency decision to buy the unit on Stodman Street.

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COURT: Persistent offender spared prison after being twice drink-drive limit and harasser jailed

COURT: Persistent offender spared prison after being twice drink-drive limit and harasser jailed

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


Village hall transferred to parish council

Village hall transferred to parish council

The village hall has officially been transferred into the hands of the parish council after it had cared for it for years.


Health walks help villagers find fitness and friendship

Health walks help villagers find fitness and friendship

Free and friendly walks to promote health and well-being are proving popular in a village where they have recently been launched.


Plans to keep Laxton traditions going

Plans to keep Laxton traditions going

Plans to boost the educational potential of a historic farming village are to be discussed.


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