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Would introducing minimum prices for alcohol help to cut crime?

5:51pm Tue Jul 07, 2015
The A1 has re-opened after a crash between a lorry and a van.
5:32pm Tue Jul 07, 2015
A mountain of bagged waste that continues to cause a stink for nearby residents is still being investigated — and there is no sign of it being removed.
4:04pm Tue Jul 07, 2015
Plans for 91 homes on land at Highfields School, Balderton, have been rejected by Newark and Sherwood District Council's planning committee against officers' recommendations.
2:01pm Tue Jul 07, 2015
Residents and business owners who signed a petition asking traffic wardens in Southwell to be more understanding are to meet with councillors.
12:40pm Tue Jul 07, 2015
The friend of a popular man often seen out on his bicycle said his death has left a massive hole in the community.
12:00pm Tue Jul 07, 2015
New courses are to be offered at Newark College.
12:00pm Tue Jul 07, 2015
The discovery of long-lost Scandanavian family roots inspired a Newark man to take up Nordic walking.
11:30am Tue Jul 07, 2015
A pupil claims she was not allowed to board her bus to school after she lost her pass.
11:00am Tue Jul 07, 2015
More than 50 beauty queens from across the country were at Kelham Hall and Country Park on Sunday, competing in the semi-finals of Miss England.
0:01am Tue Jul 07, 2015
A Caunton man wanted for conspiracy to import heroin is among 18 fugitives targeted in a new operation by Crimestoppers and the National Crime Agency.
5:29pm Mon Jul 06, 2015
The spirit of industrial Victorian England has been revived by an escapism group.
4:05pm Mon Jul 06, 2015
A 58-year-old man arrested in connection with a crash in which a Newark woman died has been re-bailed until mid-September.
Festival chance
I sympathise with Mrs Susan Platts whose enjoyment of the Saturday night entertainment at Newark Festival was tempered somewhat by the behaviour of some members of the audience she was unfortunate enough to be close to (Crowd Control Suggestions, News Views, July 2).

Sadly, in any audience numbering in the thousands, there is almost always going to be a small minority who manage to spoil things for others, and are unrepentant about doing so.

I hope Mrs Platts’ overall experience does not put her off giving Newark Festival another chance in future years.

The event is really starting to establish itself as an annual highlight to look forward to.
— D. PRINCE, Balderton (Full address supplied).
United front
THERE is strength in numbers, so the saying goes, and three groups of campaigners have united to put that to the test. The pressure groups say they have joined forces to try to keep Newark’s compassionate heart beating.

While the groups have separate goals, each supports the other’s aims and objectives and they have agreed to work together under the Sign Up For Newark banner.

They are petitioning for Newark Orchard School to be rebuilt; for Woods Court care home to be saved from closure; and for Newark Hospital’s share of the Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust PFI debt to be paid off and the hospital’s services upgraded.

Each hopes to collect 10,000 signatures at which point they would be able to secure a meeting with Government ministers and officials where they could put their case.

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