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4:22pm Wed Aug 24, 2016
A working men's club that has been part of the Newark community for more than a century will close for a final time on Saturday evening.
12:58pm Wed Aug 24, 2016
Volunteers are being asked to meet at the bridge on London Road, Newark, at 10am on Thursday to help clear litter.
12:34pm Wed Aug 24, 2016
An exhibition of photographs and Press cuttings charting the fortunes of Newark Athletic Club were on display at Sconce and Devon Park on Sunday as part of celebrations to mark the club’s 70th anniversary.
11:56am Wed Aug 24, 2016
A leading member of the Royal British Legion, Mr John Stephenson, has died suddenly.
11:33am Wed Aug 24, 2016
A Calverton man who had not been seen since 4pm on Tuesday has been found.
11:25am Wed Aug 24, 2016
Representatives from five parks across Newark and Sherwood have received coveted Green Flag awards.
9:35am Wed Aug 24, 2016
Southwell Rugby Club is set to become a community club partner for Nottingham Rugby Club.
9:17am Wed Aug 24, 2016
The senior organiser of a charity that befriends and supports parents with children under five is celebrating 25 years of work with them.
4:55pm Tue Aug 23, 2016
A rider who suffered injuries when a horse fell on her in an isolated spot near Newark received life-saving treatment thanks to a medical team using the air ambulance.
3:50pm Tue Aug 23, 2016
Police want to speak to a woman about a racially aggravated assault in Newark.
12:28pm Tue Aug 23, 2016
A motorcyclist has suffered serious injuries following a crash on the A617.
9:44am Tue Aug 23, 2016
The A46 northbound near Newark has re-opened following two separate crashes this morning.
Simplify bills
Electricity and gas bills are so complicated the customer has no real chance of understanding them.

Our new Prime Minister should get the power companies to simplify things and give consumers a fairer deal.
­— KIM LOGAN, Shakespeare Street, Nottingham (Formerly of Newark).
Cruel losses
LOSING a pet is traumatic at any time — it can be like losing a member of the family — but it must be even worse if it has been killed in a deliberate act of cruelty. Cat owners in Hayside Avenue, Balderton, are on their guard after two pets that ingested antifreeze died and two others became seriously ill.

The police and RSPCA have been informed and the possibility that the cats were deliberately poisoned is being investigated.

Anyone who suspects their cat has been poisoned should contact their vet immediately

The UK is described as a nation of animal lovers but, while they are a tiny minority, sadly there are people out there prepared to inflict pain and suffering on animals, both domestic and wild.

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