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3:47pm Wed Jul 13, 2011
Thousands lined the streets of Newark on Sunday to watch dozens of local groups and organisations take part in the carnival parade.
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10:55am Thu Apr 24, 2014
About 60 people took the opportunity to put their views to inspectors ahead of their visit to Newark Hospital.
7:00am Thu Apr 24, 2014
Police have warned the drivers of up to 100 souped-up cars to stay away from Newark after they took over a supermarket carpark on Easter Sunday and sped along town centre streets.
3:44pm Thu Apr 24, 2014
A lorry transporting animal waste to a processing factory spilt 25kg of entrails across a village road, leaving a mess mashed into the surface.
2:26pm Thu Apr 24, 2014
The possibility of breaking down the area covered by East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) into smaller regions should be considered to try to help improve response times, councillors have said.
12:37pm Thu Apr 24, 2014
A soldier battling post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is to take part in an 84-mile walk to thank an organisation that is supporting him.
12:14pm Thu Apr 24, 2014
A pop-up church appeared in Newark Market Place on Friday as part of Easter celebrations organised by Churches Together in Newark.
 
11:11am Thu Apr 24, 2014
The boy band headlining the opening day of Newark Festival have said they want to make it big in the US as they establish themselves as a smash hit following their X Factor breakthrough.
10:46am Thu Apr 24, 2014
A father is to swim four miles down the River Trent to raise £1,000 for a charity that has provided vital support for his son who was born with a heart defect.
10:37am Thu Apr 24, 2014
A motorist has raised concerns about the number of mass participation cycling events in the Southwell and Lowdham area.
10:20am Thu Apr 24, 2014
Volunteers are being sought to dress in period costume during celebrations to mark the 700th anniversary of Bingham’s market charter.
9:33am Thu Apr 24, 2014
food retailer Lidl is planning to open a supermarket in Balderton as part of an expansion to more than double the number of its stores.
8:49am Thu Apr 24, 2014
AN APPEAL has been launched by Southwell Rugby Club for people to buy a brick for its new clubhouse.
 
 
Recycling tip
Following the closure of Fiskerton tip I took our garden rubbish to the Calverton recycling depot.

When we got there I found 27 cars queueing.

I got my two plastic bags of grass cuttings and tried to carry them in, only to be told that’s not allowed.

This is not encouraging people to recycle. It’s madness.
— KEITH LEE, Crew Lane Close, Southwell.
 
Learning curve
THE relationship between teenagers and older generations can be an uneasy one, but in many cases that may be based on perception rather than experience.

The vast majority of teenagers are well behaved and polite but they can be tarred with the same brush as those who make the headlines for all the wrong reasons.

Most want to learn the skills that will help them at work and as they progress through life and a Government project is being offered in Newark and Sherwood for the first time to help them do just that.

The district council, working with New College, Nottingham, organises the National Citizen Service project, which gives 16 and 17-year-olds the chance to try outdoor pursuits and get involved in their communities.
 
 

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