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12:00pm Sat Jul 04, 2015
Footballers will cycle from Newark to King’s Mill Hospital, Sutton-in-Ashfield, on Sunday to raise money for its neonatal unit.
10:30am Sat Jul 04, 2015
Within the idyllic surroundings of Eden Hall Day Spa, Elston, lies a restaurant serving heavenly food.
8:00am Sat Jul 04, 2015
Finishing touches still need to be made to the £5.4m National Civil War Centre in Newark.
6:40am Sat Jul 04, 2015
A cyclist has died after he was involved in a crash with a silver Kia Rio.
4:38pm Fri Jul 03, 2015
Police are appealing for witnesses after a young boy received minor injures when he was hit by a car's wing mirror while walking along a road in Edingley.
3:53pm Fri Jul 03, 2015
A man with links to North Nottinghamshire has not been seen since Wednesday afternoon.
 
12:26pm Fri Jul 03, 2015
The MP for Newark, Mr Robert Jenrick, is to discuss bed closures at the town’s hospital with health bosses.
12:19pm Fri Jul 03, 2015
More than 60 regional beauty queens will be at Kelham Hall and Country Park on Sunday for the semi-finals of Miss England 2015.
11:19am Fri Jul 03, 2015
Young film-makers took to the red carpet in an Oscars-style ceremony to celebrate Newark’s first Film and Animation Awards.
8:43am Fri Jul 03, 2015
A minute's silence will be held at noon today in memory of British victims of the Tunisia attack, including John Stollery from Walesby.
7:00am Fri Jul 03, 2015
A university graduate is giving businesses in Newark the chance to promote themselves at a pop-up market.
4:54pm Thu Jul 02, 2015
A Newark man who drove while disqualified has been sentenced to a 12-month supervision order.
 
 
Thanks to...
... the people who came to help me when I had a very heavy fall in Morrisons, Newark, on June 11.

Thanks also to the Morrisons staff who came to help and were unfailingly kind and thoughtful.
­— BARBARA ROBERTSON, Yorke Drive, Newark.
 
United front
THERE is strength in numbers, so the saying goes, and three groups of campaigners have united to put that to the test. The pressure groups say they have joined forces to try to keep Newark’s compassionate heart beating.

While the groups have separate goals, each supports the other’s aims and objectives and they have agreed to work together under the Sign Up For Newark banner.

They are petitioning for Newark Orchard School to be rebuilt; for Woods Court care home to be saved from closure; and for Newark Hospital’s share of the Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust PFI debt to be paid off and the hospital’s services upgraded.

Each hopes to collect 10,000 signatures at which point they would be able to secure a meeting with Government ministers and officials where they could put their case.
 
 

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