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6:30pm Wed Mar 01, 2017
The Nottinghamshire YMCA has pledged up to £1.5m to launch its Sports and Community Village in Newark.
3:41pm Wed Mar 01, 2017
A pop icon and star of stage and screen will perform an acoustic set at Newark's RAFA Club.
11:46am Wed Mar 01, 2017
More than 300 people attended a fundraising ball on Saturday in memory of a brave Newark teenager who battled a brain tumour.
9:00am Wed Mar 01, 2017
A special school in Newark could be in new buildings by September 2018.
8:30am Wed Mar 01, 2017
The family of a social worker who died in a terrorist attack in Tunisia is among those set to take action against the holiday company they travelled with.
7:00am Wed Mar 01, 2017
Almost 300 more children in Nottinghamshire than last year have been offered their parents' first choice secondary school for this September.
3:26pm Tue Feb 28, 2017
The world's biggest ever public auction of mobile cranes will take place at Newark Showground.
3:17pm Tue Feb 28, 2017
Southwell Racecourse hosted its second Farmers’ Day, which featured seven races — and fundraising.
10:30am Tue Feb 28, 2017
Young people are being encouraged to apply for a scholarship to the US.
8:00am Tue Feb 28, 2017
Parents hoping to send their child to a new free school in September still have no guarantees whether that will be possible.
1:09pm Mon Feb 27, 2017
A yellow warning for ice has been issued for the Newark area as temperatures are expected to fall below zero in some areas.
10:50am Mon Feb 27, 2017
Sixty balloons have been released in memory of a former Sainsbury's worker in the colours of his favourite football team.
No watersports
I hope proposals for watersports on Balderton Lake (Watersports At Lake On Agenda Again, Advertiser, February 2) are rejected.

The site is a tranquil haven for wildlife and should not be potentially spoilt by the noise and disruption of canoeing and kayaking, and the issues that could bring with access and storing equipment.

I can’t imagine the many fishermen who use the lake would welcome watersports.

The lake does not seem big enough for such activities. It should remain a community asset loved by families, dog walkers and anglers.
— N. WARD, Balderton (Full address supplied).
Clean-up crusade
THE campaign to clear Newark and Sherwood of litter continues to gather pace. The latest development in the fight sees the district council teaming up with Keep Britain Tidy as part of this year’s Great British Spring Clean.

Environmental groups, clubs, schools and businesses are being urged to get involved and make a difference on their doorstep.

If you think there is a problem near where you live, work or go to school this is a perfect opportunity to do something about it.

The council is distributing a limited number of free clean-up kits that contain everything needed to make a start.

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