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8:50am Thu Nov 27, 2014
Government Ministers will today announce help for the victims of last year's floods, righting "an injustice."
7:30am Thu Nov 27, 2014
Kelham Hall is set to be transformed into a hotel, spa and conference centre following the sale of the building.
7:15am Thu Nov 27, 2014
A consortium including Virgin and Stagecoach has won the bid to run services on the East Coast mainline route.
7:00am Thu Nov 27, 2014
Businesses have united against the proposed Sainsbury’s supermarket in Newark, saying it will have a negative impact on the area.
4:08pm Wed Nov 26, 2014
Controversial plans for two wind turbines at Nottingham Trent University’s Brackenhurst campus have been blocked by the Secretary of State for the Communities and Local Government.
12:36pm Wed Nov 26, 2014
Two men acting suspiciously in Bothamsall last month are being sought by police.
10:20am Wed Nov 26, 2014
Two air pistols and a shotgun were handed in at Newark Police Station during a firearms amnesty in Nottinghamshire.
10:03am Wed Nov 26, 2014
A piece of Nottingham lace featuring a Bingham landmark could be presented to the town’s German counterparts.
9:51am Wed Nov 26, 2014
A farmer has been left with a £100,000 bill after pleading guilty to fire safety offences at his holiday lets business.
9:28am Wed Nov 26, 2014
A businessman who imports products from India and Bali has opened a pop-up shop in Newark.
4:04pm Tue Nov 25, 2014
This stunning photograph of Bingham's Market Square in foggy conditions was taken by Scott Wilson.
3:40pm Tue Nov 25, 2014
A Newark fish and chip shop can stay open longer into the early hours despite concerns from police.
Age concern
A few weeks ago I met the Newark MP, Robert Jenrick, who asked what issues I had.

I said the NHS was a big issue and he told me the Government was putting in billions but that we had an ageing population, which was a cost.

NHS trusts waste millions of pounds a year.

We have people using our health service who do not pay a penny into it, while too much Government money goes on NHS managers rather than doctors and nurses.
— D. HINCHLEY, Acacia Road, Balderton.
Business matters
A mix of quality independents and national retailers sets Newark apart as a shopping destination, but the town centre is under increasing pressure from online and out-of-town competition.

Local businesses are key to a vibrant future and decision-makers should consider what impact new developments would have on them.

The town’s congestion problems have been well-documented in recent weeks and attempts are now being made to find solutions.

Newark Business Club members have voiced strong concerns over the impact a proposed Sainsbury’s supermarket would have on traffic levels.

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