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3:43pm Thu Jul 24, 2014
A financially-troubled landlord, who thought a cannabis farm he set up had led to a fire, handed himself into police - without realising the cause was unrelated.
3:24pm Thu Jul 24, 2014
A dog that bit a 15-year-old girl will not be put down but must be muzzled and kept on a lead in public.
3:02pm Thu Jul 24, 2014
A Methodist church and community centre in the heart of Bingham can finally be rebuilt after it secured planning permission.
1:37pm Thu Jul 24, 2014
A quarrying company says more than 1.5m tonnes of sand and gravel could be taken off the roads and on to the River Trent by using two sites in Shelford.
12:00pm Thu Jul 24, 2014
Pupils and teachers from a Newark school donned their most glamorous outfits to attend a book awards ceremony in London.
12:00pm Thu Jul 24, 2014
A proposed itinerary has been drawn up for players, coaches, and supporters travelling with Newark Town to Belgium for the re-enactment of the First World War Christmas Truce football match between British and German soldiers.
 
10:33am Thu Jul 24, 2014
A custody suite nurse stole drugs from Newark Police Station after becoming addicted to prescription painkillers, a court was told.
7:45am Thu Jul 24, 2014
Inspectors have raised concerns about the four main areas of care at Newark Hospital.
7:00am Thu Jul 24, 2014
Newark Festival looks set to return next year.
6:45am Thu Jul 24, 2014
Southwell may soon be saying salve (hello) to a new twin town in Italy.
6:30am Thu Jul 24, 2014
A former Royal Mail worker was sentenced to 20 weeks in prison after pleading guilty to five charges involving the theft of post, some of which he sold on eBay.
6:30am Thu Jul 24, 2014
A man who stole a hammer from Poundstretcher has been sentenced to a curfew.
 
 
Wonderful walk
Congratulations go to Farndon Parish Council, various trusts, the many volunteers and others who have created and maintained the nature and wildlife reserves around the village.

With the sun shining brightly I recently set off from my home and walked across Sconce and Devon Park to Devon bridge.

The first public footpath on Farndon Road leads to the Trent, passing in front of Trent Villas and on to Farndon Mill.

Here, and beyond, the flood plain meadows are enriched by a colourful display of wild flowers.
­— NEVILLE THORPE, Holden Crescent, Newark.
 
Festival return
IT SEEMS certain that Newark Festival will return in 2015. The feel-good factor with people having a good time and the community coming together, plus the all-round benefits brought by an influx of visitors to the town generated by this year’s event, were reasons enough for that to be the right decision.

The set-up is likely to be similar, with the town council contributing towards the cost and the Liz Hobbs Group being responsible for ticket sales.

It is conceded that lessons must be learned from this year’s event.

Complaints arising from The Human League concert on the Saturday night, including a lack of toilets and long bar queues, should be taken on board.
 
 

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