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Should smoking be banned in public?

9:45am Wed Mar 04, 2015
Four hundred people attended the second annual Sam White Legacy gala dinner on Saturday night.
9:22am Wed Mar 04, 2015
A mother and son moved from Liverpool to take over a Newark tearoom because they fell in love with it.
11:09am Tue Mar 03, 2015
A housewife and mother-of-three died after overdosing on a mixture of drugs, an inquest heard on Friday.
5:00am Tue Mar 03, 2015
Tributes will be paid to the 41 people who died when a Newark factory was bombed during the second world war.
9:15am Wed Mar 04, 2015
Improvements costing £200,000 are being carried out in Southwell by Severn Trent Water.
8:33am Wed Mar 04, 2015
A new festival aimed at food enthusiasts, Cooking the Books, was held in Lowdham Village Hall on Sunday.
5:56pm Tue Mar 03, 2015
An overturned lorry is blocking one lane of the A1/A46 roundabout at Newark.
4:49pm Tue Mar 03, 2015
Dog owners in Newark and Sherwood are being reminded they face fines of up to £1,000 if they fail to clean up after their pets.
1:25pm Tue Mar 03, 2015
A village Post Office re-opened for business on Saturday afternoon after being closed for two weeks for a major refurbishment.
11:16am Tue Mar 03, 2015
A teenager who went missing from her West Bridgford home has been found safe and well.
10:19am Tue Mar 03, 2015
A 93-year-old woman was the victim of a distraction burglary in which a man stole £700 from her house.
7:30am Tue Mar 03, 2015
A charity and counselling service for young people is expanding after a rise in demand.
Dogged by mess
A couple of years ago the council altered the messy mud footpath from Mead Way to Mount Road, Balderton, into one with a proper Tarmac surface.

This pathway, however, is still used as a dumping ground for all sorts of rubbish such as tyres and empty food and drink containers.

The worst part, though, is the amount of dog mess.

I think that we need CCTV to catch the offenders.
— BRIAN CLARK, Hayside Avenue, Balderton.
Support for Sam
THE fact that more than 400 people turned out for the Sam White Legacy gala night is testament to the continuing influence he continues to have.

Sam, who had battled against a brain tumour for 3½ years, died from an infection in September 2013.

He had been determined to raise the profile of research into childhood brain tumours, and raise money to ensure that research could continue.

Since he passed away his parents, Mike and Pam White, in line with Sam’s wishes, have taken up the campaign on his behalf.

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