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9:30am Thu Jul 31, 2014
A life-saving piece of equipment is to be removed from Newark Hospital.
8:38am Thu Jul 31, 2014
Missing University of Nottingham student Tom Nixon has been found.
7:00am Thu Jul 31, 2014
The Bishop of Sherwood is among those who has a recipe featured in a charity cookery book.
6:45am Thu Jul 31, 2014
An oil painting inspired by a photograph of a rally of the 1st/8th Battalion of the Sherwood Foresters Regiment in Newark Market Place on August 10, 1914, has gone on show in Newark Town Hall museum.
6:45am Thu Jul 31, 2014
A legal covenant could be used to save a pub from demolition.
6:30am Thu Jul 31, 2014
A wedding dress dating to 1910 is among more than 60 vintage outfits that will be featured in a charity fashion show in Newark Parish Church tomorrow.
6:15am Thu Jul 31, 2014
The MP for Newark, Mr Robert Jenrick, is set to get out and about in the coming weeks to meet his constituents.
6:00am Thu Jul 31, 2014
A fiery challenge to discover who can eat the hottest raw chilli will be among the attractions at the first two-day East Midlands Chilli Festival at Newark Showground.
6:00am Thu Jul 31, 2014
An update on the Care Quality Commission (CQC) report that said improvements were needed at Newark Hospital will be presented at today’s meeting of the Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust board.
8:00pm Wed Jul 30, 2014
Vintage vehicles were on display as a bus company marked its 25th anniversary.
3:46pm Wed Jul 30, 2014
Police inquiries into allegations that a pensioner with Alzheimer’s was taken from her home and driven to a polling station despite being too ill to vote have proved inconclusive.
12:13pm Wed Jul 30, 2014
The case for improvements to the East Coast Main Line has been put to the Government by representatives from Nottinghamshire.
Thanks to...
... my friends in Newark and at Newark Rugby Club for their sympathy and support after the death of my wife, Jan Whitelaw. Special thanks go to those who were able to attend Bramcote Crematorium for the celebration of her life.

She would have loved to have seen so many friends together.
­— JOHN WHITELAW, New Rise, Nottingham.
Mark of respect
EVENTS are taking place across Newark and district as the nation marks the centenary of the outbreak of the first world war. These events and the anniversary offer an opportunity to reflect on what was a momentous, terrible, period in history.

The recreation of the Sherwood Foresters’ muster and march to Radcliffe in Newark Market Place on August 10 will, for instance, be a poignant reminder of how troops set out filled with optimism and patriotic pride, only to encounter unimaginable horrors on the battlefields of France and Belgium.

The recreation sets off at 10am and is open to all.

Researchers and authors have recorded the stories of those from our towns and villages who went off to war, and those left behind on the Home Front, providing an insight into the devastating impact of the conflict.

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