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2:12pm Sat Nov 22, 2014
A team of volunteers has caught more than 2,500 motorists speeding through a village in the space of ten months.
6:45am Sat Nov 22, 2014
Colleagues have been challenged to see how much money they can raise from an initial £10.
4:36pm Fri Nov 21, 2014
Contingency plans have been put into place as ambulance workers are set to strike on Monday morning.
4:16pm Fri Nov 21, 2014
An item on school dinners proved more than one Nottinghamshire county councillor could swallow after he allegedly walloped rival colleagues with a rolled up agenda.
2:58pm Fri Nov 21, 2014
The jury in a case in a kidnap case were discharged this afternoon for technical reasons.
7:30am Fri Nov 21, 2014
Part of a £23m housing development could be built on a school’s carpark and two of its sports pitches.
7:15am Fri Nov 21, 2014
A village is to get a defibrillator after a council chairman rode more than 1,000 miles on a motorbike in four days.
6:30am Fri Nov 21, 2014
The trust that runs Newark Hospital has apologised after the number of operations it cancelled in the third quarter of this year was nearly double the same period in 2013.
6:00am Fri Nov 21, 2014
A theatre company is ready to raise the curtain on its pantomime on Wednesday.
5:00am Fri Nov 21, 2014
Sconce and Devon Park, Newark, has been rated outstanding by the Royal Horticultural Society as part of its RHS Britain in Bloom East Midlands campaign.
5:00am Fri Nov 21, 2014
People are being urged to remember their loved ones this festive season while also raising money to help those with terminal illness.
5:00am Fri Nov 21, 2014
An entrepreneur has opened a shop in Newark just nine months after starting a business from her garage.
The right moves
I attended the Pure Imagination dance show at the Palace Theatre, Newark, on Sunday staged by Kids & Co.

The effort on the part of the dance teachers and all the children who took part was much appreciated by all who attended.

The kids put on a very entertaining show and deserve the highest praise.

I hope they will go on to big things through their dedication to their art. Thanks for a lovely evening.
— (Mr and Mrs) R. BRAMALL, Newark (Full address supplied).
Skills pay off
THIS year’s Remembrance Sunday parade and service at Newark Parish Church took a dramatic turn when former submariner Mr Peter Wilderspin collapsed with a heart attack.

The immediate response and combined efforts of a retained firefighter, his colleagues from the full-time service and trained first aiders meant there was no delay in Mr Wilderspin receiving medical attention.

CPR by retained firefighter Dennis Rhule and the use of a defibrillator by Kevin Walsh from Newark Community First Aid restarted his heart.

A paramedic and an ambulance were quickly on the scene and Mr Wilderspin was taken to Lincoln County Hospital.

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