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6:31pm Mon Dec 05, 2016
Advanex Europe were named Business Of The Year at tonight's glittering Newark Business Awards.
4:21pm Mon Dec 05, 2016
Police want to speak to a man after a sexual assault at Center Parcs, in Sherwood Forest.
3:03pm Mon Dec 05, 2016
A 17-year-old from the Ollerton area, who was reported missing, has been found.
1:39pm Mon Dec 05, 2016
Hundreds of people descended on Bingham town centre for the town’s Christmas market on Friday evening.
11:36am Mon Dec 05, 2016
Fog may cause problems for motorists during rush-hour tonight and tomorrow morning.
11:30am Mon Dec 05, 2016
Wheels of Aurelia might come across as a poor-man's racing game, but it's actually more of an interactive story.
 
11:29am Mon Dec 05, 2016
Pub owners have praised the community for its vital support during a first year of trading.
11:19am Mon Dec 05, 2016
A classic car that completed a prestigious 1,000-mile rally tour took pride of place on display in a showroom.
9:53am Mon Dec 05, 2016
The A1 northbound at Newark has re-opened fully following an earlier two-vehicle crash.
6:43am Mon Dec 05, 2016
The driver of a car in his 20s has died following a crash on the A52 this morning.
4:00pm Sun Dec 04, 2016
The locations of mobile speed cameras across Nottinghamshire have been revealed for this week.
2:00pm Sun Dec 04, 2016
A signalman who operated the level crossing at Newark Castle station in the 1960s has spoken of his sadness after it was switched to an automated system.
 
 
Street cleaning
Having read the article in the Advertiser about litter in the town centre (New Scheme Will Tackle Litter On Town Centre Streets, Advertiser, November 17) I find it hard to accept that this is a pilot scheme.

My dad worked for the council and was a member of the street cleaning team for more than 20 years, keeping the town centre and surrounding areas clean and tidy.

My dad retired 35 years ago but the team carried on with this job until council cutbacks.

How can this be a pilot scheme when it was a job that was done for many years?
— PHILIP WRIGHT, Wolsey Road, Newark.
 
Stop this stupidity
MINDLESS yobs taking pot-shots at passing vehicles need to be caught before someone is seriously hurt. Windows in a taxi and bus were shattered in suspected pellet gun attacks on Saturday.

It was only down to sheer good fortune that no one was injured.

It was dark, so it is highly unlikely whoever was responsible would have known whether or not there were passengers in the JR’s taxi or Marshalls bus that were hit.

Seats directly behind the side window smashed in the bus could have been occupied by elderly passengers or a mother and child.
   

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