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Should the Government bail out hospital trusts struggling with PFI payments?

4:07pm Sat Oct 25, 2014
Children learned CPR and resuscitation skills as part of an international day to teach people how to restart a heart.
1:50pm Sat Oct 25, 2014
Market traders say they are concerned that a new supermarket would take more shoppers out of Newark town centre.
11:49am Sat Oct 25, 2014
Newark-based architects Benoy has received a presitgious building of the year award.
9:27am Sat Oct 25, 2014
A woman was cut free from a vehicle and taken to hospital after a two-car collision last night.
8:54am Sat Oct 25, 2014
A teacher has taken on a challenge to swim the distance of the English Channel to raise money for people with spinal injuries.
2:49pm Fri Oct 24, 2014
The venue for public consultations on signposts in Newark and Sherwood has been changed.
2:43pm Fri Oct 24, 2014
A bumper crop of activities is planned for this year’s Bramley Apple Festival in Southwell.
1:08pm Fri Oct 24, 2014
The circumstances surrounding the death of a pensioner who suffered a stroke were described as unprecedented at the conclusion of his inquest today.
11:08am Fri Oct 24, 2014
A visit to Parliament for Balderton residents organised by the MP for Newark proved so popular that extra trips have been organised.
9:56am Fri Oct 24, 2014
A controversial planning application for a new energy centre in Bilsthorpe will now be debated on November 18.
8:28am Fri Oct 24, 2014
A former soldier who says his life has been transformed by the Royal British Legion yesterday took part in a sunrise-to-sunset watch at London’s Cenotaph.
5:12pm Thu Oct 23, 2014
Tributes have been paid to Nottinghamshire's longest-serving county councillor.
Road review required
Recent experience makes me wonder just why big business has been actively encouraged to locate resources at Newark.

Eddie Stobart and others have established large operations and must now be regretting it because of the quite ridiculous traffic situation that occurs in the town with monotonous regularity.

The most recent antiques fair at Newark Showground was a case in point, generating queues on the A1, A17 and A46 from the early hours of the Thursday.

The queues on the A1 that occur every time a major event is held on the showground are particularly dangerous and it must be clear to all that the current road layout is not fit-for-purpose and needs to be reviewed.
— JOHN HOLLAND, Main Street, Bathley.

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