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Should the £100,000 limit on election expenses be changed?

6:30am Wed Jul 23, 2014
Denise Nock is due to appear at Nottingham Crown Court this morning charged with GBH, after a man in Balderton was found with stab wounds.
5:00am Wed Jul 23, 2014
Drivers can expect delays of around 20 minutes after an accident on the A1 north of Stamford, which has caused the closure of one lane.
3:03pm Tue Jul 22, 2014
Schools have received letters about pupils 'sexting' each other, after Nottinghamshire Police warned they have "grave concerns" about incidents involving naked images being sent.
11:44am Tue Jul 22, 2014
Police want to speak to a man and a woman following a theft from the Halfords store in Northgate, Newark, on June 17.
9:33am Tue Jul 22, 2014
The trust that runs Newark Hospital is to stay in special measures for the next six months.
9:00am Tue Jul 22, 2014
Do you think you know your neighbourhood?
7:00am Tue Jul 22, 2014
A Newark-based employer has become one of ten nationally to receive a new award for supporting the Reserve Forces.
5:00am Tue Jul 22, 2014
A primary school head is retiring after 22 years as a teacher with a parting shot at policy-makers.
4:30am Tue Jul 22, 2014
The son of a soldier who mustered in Newark Market Place a century ago at the start of the first world war is to take part in a project to commemorate the event.
4:21pm Mon Jul 21, 2014
Married couple Leroy and Sheila Carrington, from Killingworth in Tyne and Wear, and Roderick Franks, from St Albans in Hertfordshire, have been named as those killed in a collision on the A1 at Ranby.
4:04pm Mon Jul 21, 2014
The way that Nottinghamshire Police is configured is becoming increasingly financially unaffordable, says Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary.
3:23pm Mon Jul 21, 2014
Two cars collided this afternoon on the A614 at Farnsfield.
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.
Money matters
THE Conservative Party’s determination to hang on to the Newark seat at last month’s by-election was reflected not only in Prime Minister David Cameron’s four visits to the constituency, but also by its spending on the campaign.

Figures out this week show the party was within £4,000 of the £100,000 spending limit.

UKIP spent £85,000 and achieved a strong second place.

Labour committed just over £25,000 and the party finished a distant third at the polls.

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