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6:31pm Thu Jul 28, 2016
More than two dozen pages of a book of condolence for a teenager who lost his life in a collision with a car were filled with memories and messages of love, respect and sympathy within an hour of it being opened.
5:04pm Thu Jul 28, 2016
A family has paid tribute to a 16-year-old girl who died following an incident at a house in Newark on Sunday.
5:00pm Thu Jul 28, 2016
The family of a girl who suffers from cerebral palsy are appealing for help to pay for equipment that would improve her quality of life.
3:11pm Thu Jul 28, 2016
Plans to demolish the remains of the former Robin Hood Hotel in Newark have been welcomed by town councillors who say it is time for the derelict buildings to come down.
3:00pm Thu Jul 28, 2016
At least four vans along a Newark road were targeted by thieves who are believed to have been searching for tools on Monday night.
1:24pm Thu Jul 28, 2016
An artist from Farndon has completed his sixth consecutive Olympic Games commission for the Royal Yachting Association.
1:00pm Thu Jul 28, 2016
The future of Lloyds Bank in Newark, Bingham and Ollerton will be decided in the coming months after the banking group announced plans to close 200 branches nationwide.
12:00pm Thu Jul 28, 2016
A charity that supports adults with learning difficulties has been awarded a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
10:46am Thu Jul 28, 2016
A Newark man accused of murder has been remanded in custody after appearing before a judge at Nottingham Crown Court this morning (July 28).
9:00am Thu Jul 28, 2016
A 420-place primary school will be built in the early stages of the next major housing development at Fernwood, should it get the go-ahead.
6:00pm Wed Jul 27, 2016
Bus users says they feel isolated and cut-off after the number of Nottinghamshire County Council-subsidised routes between Ollerton and Newark were reduced.
5:04pm Wed Jul 27, 2016
The A1 northbound has been cleared following a collision between two lorries.
Thanks to...
... the two ladies whose observations and subsequent swift action helped to prevent the theft of my puppy that was taken from my vehicle on the morning of July 18 in the Co-op carpark at Collingham.

Fortunately, my dog was extracted from another vehicle before the two people involved had time to drive off with her.

Thanks also to the Co-op, the public for their support and for the rapid response of Newark Police.
­— KATE FORD, Newark (Full address supplied).
Building blocks
When hundreds of new homes are proposed, it is essential that the infrastructure exists to cater for the needs of all the people who will be moving in.

While huge housing developments may not be everyone’s cup of tea, they are widely regarded as providing a boost to local economies.

However, the right level of education, health and transport services, for instance, must be provided alongside the housing.

A primary school promised as part of the Fernwood development on the old Balderton Hospital site did not open until September 2012.

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