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Should health authorities follow the Hexham model for Newark Hospital?

2:30pm Mon Dec 22, 2014
Many mourners wore poppies at the funeral of Derek Rogan, the chairman of the Newark branch of the Royal British Legion, at the parish church this morning.
12:15pm Mon Dec 22, 2014
Hundreds of 999 calls were made to East Midlands Ambulance Service on the final Friday before Christmas.
11:01am Mon Dec 22, 2014
Dog owners are being warned to be vigilant after attempts were made to steal two pets from their owners while they were out walking.
10:28am Mon Dec 22, 2014
Eric Pickles has decided to call-in a planning application for a new energy centre in Bilsthorpe.
9:36am Mon Dec 22, 2014
A sixth-form student created a festive Christmas show of dancing and singing for older people.
9:00am Mon Dec 22, 2014
Staff at the Newark branch of McDonald's pedalled on an exercise bike for 12 hours and raised more than £650 for charity.
4:00am Mon Dec 22, 2014
A playing field could be used by the public when not being used by school children, it has been suggested.
9:07am Sun Dec 21, 2014
More than half the people who commute by car to Bingham park in public carparks or on the road, a survey has revealed.
6:48pm Sat Dec 20, 2014
Ben Vidler, a well loved former pub landlord, science teacher and vice-president of Newark Rugby Club, has died at the age of 49.
4:00pm Sat Dec 20, 2014
The list of mobile speed camera locations in Nottinghamshire for this week has been released.
1:25pm Sat Dec 20, 2014
Police are appealing for witnesses after a road traffic collision involving a police car and a lorry.
12:07pm Sat Dec 20, 2014
The festive sound of Christmas carols was present in the Market Place this morning with a festive performance from the Newark Salvation Army Band.
Thanks to...
... the two gentlemen who came to my aid when I fell in Bullpit Road, Balderton, one of whom accompanied me to the church hall.

Thanks also to the staff at Newark Hospital. What a relief it was to be treated at our wonderful hospital instead of having to travel miles.

I’m now on the road to recovery from my broken arm.
— (Mrs) S. NAYLOR, Macaulay Drive, Balderton.
Opening salvo
NEWARK will echo to the crash of muskets and the clash of swords as the opening of the National Civil War Centre is marked in spectacular fashion. Hundreds of Civil War enthusiasts will re-enact the defence of the Queen’s Sconce by the town’s Royalists as Parliamentary and Scottish forces laid siege to the town.

Troops will also face each other across the River Trent at Newark Castle.

The opening of the £5.4m centre over the weekend of May 3 and 4 will be the culmination of years of work by Newark and Sherwood District Council in planning, securing funding and the transformation of the Old Magnus Buildings in Appletongate.

Credit is due to those who could see the potential in such a project and were determined to see it through to a successful conclusion.

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