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Is health the most important issue at this year's General Election?

7:30am Sat Apr 18, 2015
New traffic restrictions aimed at keeping children safe on their way to school are being ignored by motorists.
9:02am Fri Apr 17, 2015
The former site of the Minster School, Southwell, is an eyesore and disrespectful to the town, according to residents and councillors.
8:57am Fri Apr 17, 2015
Rail bosses have been told closing crossings in Bingham could split the community in two.
5:03pm Thu Apr 16, 2015
A man was given a suspended prison sentence for his fourth drink-drive-related offence.
3:35pm Thu Apr 16, 2015
A majority of parents in Nottinghamshire have secured first choice primary school places for their children.
12:30pm Thu Apr 16, 2015
A mother-of-two says she is in despair after trying for two years to secure improvement works to her council home.
9:54am Thu Apr 16, 2015
A laptop has been stolen following a break-in at a primary school on Wednesday afternoon.
7:30am Thu Apr 16, 2015
A trail of insulation waste has been dumped along a 200-yard stretch of a picturesque country lane.
7:00am Thu Apr 16, 2015
A campaigner said she was pleased with the public’s response to a petition calling for a rebuild of Newark’s Orchard School.
4:00am Thu Apr 16, 2015
An Advertiser sales executive was so touched by a story about a boy who needs a new wheelchair that he decided to support the campaign.
4:47pm Wed Apr 15, 2015
Jimmy Choo, Prada and Armani are just some of the clothing labels on display at a charity event for Beaumond House Hospice this evening
11:29am Wed Apr 15, 2015
Amateur radio enthusiasts in the Newark area received signals from the International Space Station at the weekend.
Adhere to rules of the road
Every day I take my life in my hands walking my dogs down the footpath of Farndon Road, Newark.

Although the Highway Code (not the law) states in rule 170 that pedestrians already crossing a side road have right of way, it seems most drivers these days choose to ignore that.

Life becomes doubly difficult for the pedestrian when drivers also refuse to signal their intent to turn, or fail to cancel a previous turn signal.

Recently I almost got run over while crossing a garage forecourt.
— G. WOODHALL, Newark (Full address supplied).
Open to debate
THE candidates vying to represent the Newark constituency in the next Parliament will go up against each other at the Advertiser’s election hustings next week. With only five weeks to go to the May 7 polling date this is an opportunity to quiz them about things that really matter to you, and see how they respond.

The campaign to secure votes is hotting up and the future of the NHS, education, the economy, law and order, immigration and other big national issues all have major implications closer to home.

The hustings is at the Magnus Church of England Academy, Newark, from 7pm on Tuesday. Admission is free and open to all.

It will feature all six candidates: Mr Robert Jenrick (Conservative); Mr Michael Payne (Labour); Mr David Dobbie (Liberal Democrat); Mr Brian Mapletoft (UKIP); Elayne Forster (Green Party); and Dr Helen Tyrer (Consensus — The Community Party).

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