0:01am Mon Mar 30, 2015
Level crossing closure plans have created a north-south divide and put two villages at loggerheads.
2:28pm Sun Mar 29, 2015
Children from three schools are involved in a pantomime that has been brought up to date to make it more topical.
9:54am Sun Mar 29, 2015
Children at a primary school have a special place outside to sit and read, or listen to a story, thanks to their gardening club.
8:51am Sun Mar 29, 2015
Two men stole two till trays containing a quantity of cash from Costcutters on Lincoln Road, Tuxford, just after 9.10pm on Friday.
8:38am Sun Mar 29, 2015
Firefighters dealt with an acetylene cylinder on fire at a scrapyard on Bowbridge Road, Newark, last night.
4:13pm Sat Mar 28, 2015
Two carers who walked nine miles through the snow to reach a client have been named as carers of the year in awards run by local home care provider Carewatch.
3:20pm Sat Mar 28, 2015
The Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance landed on a field off Bowbridge Road, Newark, this morning to take a young child to hospital.
11:55am Sat Mar 28, 2015
Two Duke of Edinburgh’s gold award winners received their certificates from the man himself at St James’s Palace.
10:28am Sat Mar 28, 2015
The Friends of Sées Twinning Association is looking for new members and families to join the group.
9:47am Sat Mar 28, 2015
Arrangements are under way for the annual parade and flag-raising ceremony in Newark to mark National Armed Forces Day.
9:09am Sat Mar 28, 2015
A 24-year-old man was sentenced yesterday to a year in prison with a ten year sexual harm prevention order by a judge at Lincoln Crown Court.
9:01pm Fri Mar 27, 2015
Police have named 77-year-old Joan Green, from Bassingham, as the lady who lost her life in a fatal collision on the A1 at Marston.
If I was caught shoplifting or falsely claiming social security then, quite rightly, there would be a prosecution and possibly a custodial sentence.
So why have alleged tax evaders, with their friends at HSBC Bank, seemingly been allowed to get away with it? — SIMON CRAWFORD, Pelham Street, Newark.
Register to vote
THE build-up to the General Election already seems to have been going on for some time, but the political parties’ campaigns will be launched in earnest within the next few days, with candidates competing for votes.
May 7 will also see elections for Newark and Sherwood District Council and town and parish councils. The right to vote is the best-known example of democracy in action, but anyone not registered to do so will miss out. There are six weeks to go to polling day, and the deadline to register to vote is April 20.
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