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7:00am Sat May 30, 2015
A homelessness charity is seeking volunteers to run, jog or walk their way through plumes of powdered paint at its first annual colour run.
2:01pm Fri May 29, 2015
Chefs and celebrities are rallying around with their favourite recipes to help give a pupil from The Minster School, Southwell, the opportunity to work with disadvantaged communities in Borneo.
11:10am Fri May 29, 2015
A man who harassed a woman with numerous voicemail messages over the course of a month has been spared an immediate jail term.
6:00am Fri May 29, 2015
A huge sculpture of 30,000 steel triangles, which will form the centrepiece of a major exhibition, has been created at a workshop.
7:30am Thu May 28, 2015
The layout of the A46 Farndon roundabout is to be altered less than three years after it opened, following a safety campaign.
7:30am Sat May 30, 2015
A potentially life-saving defibrillator has been installed in a disused telephone box in Newark Market Place as part of a scheme run by the Community Heartbeat Trust.
12:32pm Fri May 29, 2015
Hundreds of pupils clashed on a school field as they took part in a recreation of the Battle of Hastings.
11:37am Fri May 29, 2015
Plans to build 300 homes on green belt land have been rejected by councillors.
4:25pm Thu May 28, 2015
A 20-year-old has admitted causing the death of his friend in a collision as they travelled home from a night out.
4:00pm Thu May 28, 2015
The Southwell Library Poetry Festival and the annual Summer Reading Challenge are among the leisure highlights taking place across the county in the next few months.
3:34pm Thu May 28, 2015
A skimming device was used before money was withdrawn fraudulently in Newark and Ollerton.
2:15pm Thu May 28, 2015
A former Marie Curie nurse has completed an epic 1,000-mile cycling challenge to raise money for the charity.
Crossing worry
I read with interest news of the £2.4m investment to rail services (All Aboard For Boost To Business, Advertiser, May 14) that will bring a boost to business in Newark. This will increase the number of passenger trains on the Midland Line using Castle Station.

This I agree will bring much-needed business to the town and enable passengers to use this enhanced service that will bring rail travel into the 21st Century for the town, all as our Member of Parliament stated.

My only concern is the increased traffic congestion that will inevitably be caused by the more regular closing of the railway safety barriers.

Added to this, there will no doubt be a detrimental effect to ambulance travel times to King’s Mill Hospital, Sutton-in-Ashfield.
— Vic Hall, Queen Street, Balderton

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