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12:01pm Wed Oct 01, 2014
A property company has bought the Dixons Retial distribution centre in Newark for £68.5m in an off-market deal.
12:00pm Wed Oct 01, 2014
More than 150 enthusiasts were at Newark Air Museum on Saturday to mark the 50th anniversary of the first flight of a plane known as Britain’s lost bomber.
11:55am Wed Oct 01, 2014
A farmer yesterday pleaded guilty to breaches of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 at Nottingham Crown Court.
10:53am Wed Oct 01, 2014
A physiotherapist completed her first marathon on Sunday and raised money for research into mesothelioma, a lung cancer caused by asbestos.
10:17am Wed Oct 01, 2014
A team from a law firm will take part in an extreme obstacle course to raise money in memory of a colleague.
9:29am Wed Oct 01, 2014
A study looking at the possible impact of turbines on the Rushcliffe landscape has been commissioned by the borough council.
 
8:00am Wed Oct 01, 2014
Campaigners are celebrating victory after plans to close a village fire station were scrapped.
4:00pm Tue Sep 30, 2014
A ceremony took place at Cromwell Weir on Sunday to remember ten soldiers who lost their lives at the site 39 years ago.
1:21pm Tue Sep 30, 2014
Oak beams weighing up to a tonne each were hoisted into their new home as restoration of Newark's Old Magnus Building took a major step forward.
1:18pm Tue Sep 30, 2014
Councillors have agreed the rebuilding of the ageing Newark Academy can take place.
1:17pm Tue Sep 30, 2014
A short ceremony was held on Sunday to commemorate the death of the first soldier from Newark to die during the first world war and be buried in Newark Cemetery.
12:45pm Tue Sep 30, 2014
The Bishop of Sherwood has been appointed to a national role in the Church of England that draws on his experience of working in the world of sport.
 
 
Problems persist
On a recent visit to my property in Collingham, I noticed the new carpark at the railway station on Station Road (Some Stay On The Verge Rather Than Pay To Park, Advertiser, September 25).

I was under the impression this carpark, built in open countryside and outside the village envelope, was to stop cars parking on the road.

What a total farce. I counted some 17 vehicles on the road and only five on the carpark.

Does this mean that both the county highways department and the parish council, which jointly pushed for the carpark in the interests of road safety ,are not really fit for purpose?
­— PAUL BROOKS, Brizlincote Lane, Bretby, Burton-on-Trent.
 
Tourism vision
THE vision for Newark to become a major tourism destination, based around the national Civil War Centre, is starting to take shape. Significant milestones are being achieved in the conversion of the Old Magnus Buildings on Appletongate.

This week five huge oak beams were hoisted into the building to replace centuries-old rotten timbers in the roof of the Tudor Hall.

This exciting project is on course for its scheduled opening next year.

Newark and Sherwood District Council should be congratulated for seeing the potential in the area’s Civil War history.
 
 

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