6:00am Wed Jun 01, 2016
TurnOn is a small indie game created by Brainy Studio - the development team of only four people who are hoping to bring a spark to the Xbox One.
5:03pm Tue May 31, 2016
A charity shop will be selling all of its donated goods for a pound each from tomorrow (Wednesday).
4:56pm Tue May 31, 2016
A new gym offering members round-the-clock access is set to open in Newark.
3:07pm Tue May 31, 2016
A veteran of the Arctic convoys, who has been awarded 12 decorations from four countries, has recalled his experiences during the second world war.
11:34am Tue May 31, 2016
Former international cricketers showed off their prowess to delight the crowd at Bingham Cricket Club on Friday evening.
11:14am Tue May 31, 2016
A cycling group set up after a letter was sent home in school bags from a cricket club wanting to make more use of its pavilion has proved so popular it has more than 100 members.
9:35am Tue May 31, 2016
A resident will not walk their own pet in an area of Newark because they say the problem of dog fouling is so bad.
7:30am Tue May 31, 2016
Police want to track down the owner of ammunition found on a rural road.
7:00am Tue May 31, 2016
A triathlon hopeful has swapped the track for the masseuse table as she helps athletes to recover and relax after taking part in European competition.
12:00pm Mon May 30, 2016
More volunteers are needed to help with the Rainbow, Brownie, Guide and Ranger groups in Newark and surrounding villages.
7:30am Mon May 30, 2016
A man who travels across the UK in a former builder’s van has shared his experiences in a video diary.
8:22pm Sun May 29, 2016
The locations of mobile speed cameras across Nottinghamshire have been revealed for this week.
My family had to call an ambulance for me and it was here within five minutes.
From start to finish we could not find a fault with the care I received, from the ambulance crew to staff at King’s Mill Hospital. It was the same for the after-care from the support team and my doctor, which I received on returning home. We all agree that Newark Hospital should not be lost to the community, but don’t be too quick to knock our NHS.
— (Mrs) P. BEATTY, Millgate, Newark.
THE risk to life and limb of venturing into disused buildings and on to demolition sites is obvious, but there may also be added dangers which, although they cannot be seen, carry an equal if not greater risk.
The company handling the demolition of the former Grove School buildings on London Road, Balderton, is warning young people to stay away from the site for the sake of their long-term health. Despite its best attempts to prevent access, Kier Construction says youngsters have still found ways of getting on to the site. One of the company’s tasks is to remove asbestos from the buildings in a safe and controlled way.
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