3:05pm Fri May 27, 2016
Thousands of pints of real ale will be consumed at the 21st annual Newark Beer Festival which got underway at the Riverside Park, Newark, today.
1:07pm Fri May 27, 2016
Fresh talks have taken place over the possible rebuild of a Newark special school.
12:35pm Fri May 27, 2016
Police are appealing for information as officers investigate a break-in at an electricity sub-station in Bilsthorpe overnight.
9:52am Fri May 27, 2016
Plants from Europe and the Orient feature in two gardens which will be open on Sunday as part of the National Gardens Scheme.
3:44pm Thu May 26, 2016
The motorcyclist who died in a crash on the A52 on Thursday has been named as 25-year-old Christopher Williams.
10:30am Thu May 26, 2016
Enterprising villagers have tried to save face by turning to Freddie Mercury to fill a gap in a royal-themed event banner.
7:30am Thu May 26, 2016
An elderly patient who was referred for an X-ray had to wait six hours before being seen by a hospital doctor.
11:00am Fri May 27, 2016
A Newark businessman is launching a new weekly car boot sale in the town.
2:11pm Thu May 26, 2016
Hundreds of Cubs celebrated the centenary of the Scouting movement at a wild party at Southwell Racecourse over the weekend.
12:00pm Thu May 26, 2016
A former battery hen laid a golden egg for her owner after being crowned Advertiser Pet of the Year.
10:07am Thu May 26, 2016
An appeal has been made for volunteers to come forward to help Southwell Youth Club cope with demand.
9:32am Thu May 26, 2016
A Newark man remains missing, a week after his disappearance was first reported.
My family had to call an ambulance for me and it was here within five minutes.
From start to finish we could not find a fault with the care I received, from the ambulance crew to staff at King’s Mill Hospital. It was the same for the after-care from the support team and my doctor, which I received on returning home. We all agree that Newark Hospital should not be lost to the community, but don’t be too quick to knock our NHS.
— (Mrs) P. BEATTY, Millgate, Newark.
THE risk to life and limb of venturing into disused buildings and on to demolition sites is obvious, but there may also be added dangers which, although they cannot be seen, carry an equal if not greater risk.
The company handling the demolition of the former Grove School buildings on London Road, Balderton, is warning young people to stay away from the site for the sake of their long-term health. Despite its best attempts to prevent access, Kier Construction says youngsters have still found ways of getting on to the site. One of the company’s tasks is to remove asbestos from the buildings in a safe and controlled way.
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