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11:00am Sat Oct 22, 2016
A council has issued more than 2,000 fines to parents for children’s unauthorised absences from school since last September — a six-fold increase on the previous year.
9:02am Sat Oct 22, 2016
Anyone wanting to try their hand at lock-keeping is invited to a taster session at Newark Town Lock on Monday.
3:53pm Fri Oct 21, 2016
A new incarnation officially began for a Newark secondary school today (Friday) with its official opening.
12:01pm Fri Oct 21, 2016
The Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH) has given the Advertiser a categoric assurance that it remains committed to a merger with the trust that runs Newark Hospital.
12:00pm Fri Oct 21, 2016
As Bob Dylan hits the international headlines for his Nobel Prize win, art fans in Newark can focus on the singer-songwriter for another reason.
12:00pm Fri Oct 21, 2016
A former museum could become a private hire and conference venue after being granted a premises licence allowing it to be used for entertainment and the sale of alcohol.
8:00am Fri Oct 21, 2016
A film crew is set to visit this weekend’s Bramley Apple Festival as part of the search for the country’s best tree.
7:30am Fri Oct 21, 2016
A charity that has been working to provide a £5m sports hub in Newark for four years looks set to work with a multinational organisation that could take over the project.
1:00pm Thu Oct 20, 2016
A Newark salon is turning outrageously orange tomorrow in support of Stand Up To Cancer.
11:00am Thu Oct 20, 2016
A man in a clown mask charged at a ten-year-old girl walking with her dance teacher after leaving a lesson.
9:34am Thu Oct 20, 2016
The shortlist has been announced for this year's Advertiser Media Group Newark Business Awards.
9:04am Thu Oct 20, 2016
A car and a lorry were involved in a collision on the A46 northbound today (Thursday).
Cause of crisis
I am sick of hearing that an ageing population is causing the crisis in the NHS.

The truth is that due to immigration we are having to care for more patients.

It has recently been reported that maternity services are being abused by tourist patients, and there are no elderly people in that category.
— D. HINCHLEY, Acacia Road, Balderton.
Sporting twist
There has been a twist in the potential provision of first-class sports facilities for Newark. A new player has entered the fray, with the YMCA in the frame to take a leading role.

A great deal of groundwork has, however, already been done by the Newark Sports Association.

Its volunteers have invested time and no little effort in getting the first phase of a sports hub project for land off Bowbridge Road to the planning application stage.

A partnership agreement between the association, Newark and Sherwood district and Newark town councils, which was signed in July, has now been set aside to allow consideration of the YMCA’s proposals.

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