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4:26pm Tue Jun 28, 2016
A Maypole dance at a Southwell fun day, which was in danger of being called-off because of heavy rain, was moved indoors at the last minute so it could go ahead.
4:09pm Tue Jun 28, 2016
An artist has unveiled a painting that celebrates the centenary of an airfield.
11:00am Tue Jun 28, 2016
Two couples have thanked those who stepped in to save their weekend at the Gate To Southwell festival.
10:28am Tue Jun 28, 2016
A nuisance street drinker has been issued with a two-year Criminal Behaviour Order to help protect people in Newark town centre.
9:59am Tue Jun 28, 2016
A former Tuxford Academy pupil made an unexpected appearance for a tiny Pacific Ocean nation's under-20s team - and even got on the scoresheet.
9:19am Tue Jun 28, 2016
The Bermuda Triangle is responsible for numerous mysterious disappearances, and after a freak storm over the Atlantic you find yourself stranded on a mysterious island. Can you escape the Lost Sea?
 
4:50pm Mon Jun 27, 2016
A 37-year-old man was given a suspended prison sentence for possessing an offensive weapon in a public place.
4:34pm Mon Jun 27, 2016
A man who stole cosmetics has been sentenced to a nine-month community order with a drug rehabilitation requirement.
3:22pm Mon Jun 27, 2016
Celebrities, including Strictly Come Dancing winner Jay McGuiness, are supporting a clothing company set up by a Newark man.
2:45pm Mon Jun 27, 2016
The founder of a technology firm has an ambitious plan to grow the company amid a rapidly changing environment for businesses.
2:36pm Mon Jun 27, 2016
A mobile caterer is to do a charity sky dive to raise money for research into pulmonary fibrosis.
1:59pm Mon Jun 27, 2016
A charity has been given permission to build two properties that will provide homes for adults with learning disabilities.
 
 
Royal party
The Newark Royal Air Force Association, like a lot of organisations and people across the UK, helped the Queen celebrate her 90th birthday.

At the RAFA club on the Saturday of her majesty’s birthday weekend, we had a One Step Beyond evening, organised by Steve Johnson and his wife Claire, in aid of The Soldiers’ Charity (Army Benevolent Fund).

On the Sunday we had our Queen’s birthday bash that was planned to be held in the carpark behind the Odeon cinema.

Unfortunately, within ten minutes of starting, the heavens opened and we had to move inside the club.
— ROBERT MacRAE-CLIFTON, chairman, RAFA branch Newark.
 
Voting is vital
VOTERS today go to the polls in possibly the most vital ballot in a generation — the referendum to decide whether or not the UK remains in the European Union.

EU membership has caused considerable political division, not least within the Conservative Party, which included a referendum pledge in its 2015 General Election manifesto.

There has been a long and, at times it has to be said, unpleasant campaign, with claims and counter-claims from both leave and remain supporters.

The heated debates among political figures and people on the street shows just how divisive the subject is — and how complicated the arguments are.
 
 

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