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6:26pm Tue Jan 27, 2015
The A1 northbound is closed between Coddington and North Muskham after a six-vehicle accident near the A46 junction at Newark.
3:50pm Tue Jan 27, 2015
Police want to speak to two woman after a theft from Boots on Northgate Retail Park in Newark.
3:33pm Tue Jan 27, 2015
Ambulance staff are set to go on strike on Thursday as part of the ongoing NHS pay dispute.
2:00pm Tue Jan 27, 2015
The family of Euan Coulthard, a Durham University student from Bottesford whose body was found in the city's River Wear, say their lives will never be the same again following his death.
1:56pm Tue Jan 27, 2015
Light snow has been forecast to fall in Newark on Thursday.
1:00pm Tue Jan 27, 2015
A memorial with the names of people from four villages who died in the first world war has been presented to Muskham Primary School.
 
12:00pm Tue Jan 27, 2015
A Tai Chi and Qigong master from Hong Kong visited Newark to run a two-hour seminar and workshop.
9:19am Tue Jan 27, 2015
A book of condolence has been opened following the death of Bottesford teenager Euan Coulthard.
4:16pm Mon Jan 26, 2015
A nightclub operator has failed in its bid to get its alcohol licence extended.
3:27pm Mon Jan 26, 2015
A body recovered from the River Wear in Durham city on Friday last week has now been formally identified as that of Durham University student Euan Coulthard.
3:08pm Mon Jan 26, 2015
An unemployed teenage mum has been jailed for breaching the terms of her suspended prison sentence.
11:55am Mon Jan 26, 2015
Nottinghamshire will have 111 fewer police officers.
 
 
Major draw
I was delighted with Chiel’s Comments on Newark Castle and the new National Civil War Centre as major and important tourist attractions for our town (Making History, Advertiser, January 15).

However, I was disappointed that no mention was made of another major, and important, tourist attraction, namely the magnificent Grade I listed Georgian town hall in the heart of Newark Market Place.

Along with 30 other volunteer guides, I show visitors around the superb John Carr building with its magnificent ballroom, civic treasures, art gallery and museum (which has free entry) six days a week.

This is a major tourist attraction, having around 6,000 visitors a year.
— GODFREY COZENS, London Road, Newark.
 
Delayed reaction
ROADWORKS are a frustrating fact of modern life. It can sometimes seem that no sooner has one set of cones been lifted from a regular route than another appears in its place.

There are frustrations for drivers, businesses and residents, and those feelings are only magnified when long-running work is extended.

The roadworks at the junction of London Road, Main Street and Mount Road, Balderton, fall into that category.

They were due to be lifted by the end of this month having been in place since October, but there is now a revised completion date of February 15.
 
 

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