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Do you back firefighters who are striking for four days in a dispute with the Government over pensions?

4:46pm Thu Oct 30, 2014
Hundreds of people visited Southwell to celebrate one of the nation’s favourite cooking apples.
4:00pm Thu Oct 30, 2014
Nottinghamshire Police want to speak to the driver of a light blue Mondeo car after a two-vehicle collision on Bowbridge Road in Newark this morning.
3:10pm Thu Oct 30, 2014
A missing cartridge containing the confidential data of 42,000 East Midlands Ambulance Service patients hasn't been found despite a thorough investigation.
2:00pm Thu Oct 30, 2014
Fireworks displays are set to take place across the Advertiser area for Bonfire Night.
11:50am Thu Oct 30, 2014
Work on the new £9.4m leisure centre for Newark has begun following the signing of a deal with the company selected to build it.
9:39am Thu Oct 30, 2014
Councillors have objected to fast food chain Pizza Hut opening a branch in Newark.
8:30am Thu Oct 30, 2014
A funeral service for a former Newark construction firm owner takes place tomorrow.
8:15am Thu Oct 30, 2014
As the Union Flag was lowered for the final time at Camp Bastion at the weekend, marking the final withdrawal of British combat troops from Afghanistan, thoughts turn to the 453 from this country who lost their lives in the campaign.
8:00am Thu Oct 30, 2014
One of the busiest roads out of Newark is due to reopen tomorrow evening after the completion of a £1m project to improve the water supply network in the area.
7:00am Thu Oct 30, 2014
Hundreds of clay poppies are being created as a tribute to the men from Newark who died during the first world war.
6:00am Thu Oct 30, 2014
A traditional penny for the guy will help to raise money for charity at Newark Rugby Club’s annual Bonfire Night event.
6:00am Thu Oct 30, 2014
A heart-attack victim said he wouldn’t be alive today without the help of a First Responder.
Proper planning needed for hospital
The NHS Newark Healthcare Review promised in 2010 that “the vast majority of patients (85%) would still be treated at Newark Hospital; other patients would be taken directly to more appropriate facilities by ambulance.’’

Revenue is generated for a hospital trust when an ambulance delivers a patient to an emergency department. Additional money is collected if that patient is admitted to a ward.

Sherwood Forest Hospital Foundation Trust (SFHFT) is losing much-needed revenue as many Newark patients with the less serious emergencies, the green cases, are being treated in hospitals outside SFHFT, such as in Lincolnshire.

The system design for the healthcare provision at Newark is flawed.
— Francis Towndrow, chairman, Say Yes To Newark Hospital campaign.

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