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Should the UK end its commitment to the Trident programme?

4:55pm Tue Oct 06, 2015
A lorry has spilled its load at the Brownhills roundabout in Newark, causing delays for motorists.
10:27am Tue Oct 06, 2015
The brewery that owns a Newark pub is applying to have it demolished.
9:45pm Mon Oct 05, 2015
A heroic police officer who saved a woman from drowning in Newark has been nominated for his second bravery award.
11:44am Tue Oct 06, 2015
Heavy and sometimes thundery showers may affect Nottinghamshire today and tomorrow.
11:05am Tue Oct 06, 2015
Restoration work on a church tower that tilts more than the Leaning Tower of Pisa is complete.
10:48am Tue Oct 06, 2015
Nottinghamshire Police want to speak to a man about the theft of bicycles in Newark.
8:53am Tue Oct 06, 2015
Jewellery that once belonged to a mistress of a King of England is due to go under the hammer at Nicholas Mellors Auctioneers, Newark, on October 15.
6:00am Tue Oct 06, 2015
The original Escapists became an instant hit with its prison escape simulation.
5:10pm Mon Oct 05, 2015
Police have issued a warning after a laser device was shone at an air ambulance as it returned from an emergency call.
4:55pm Mon Oct 05, 2015
A blue dress which belonged to Princess Diana featured in a fashion boutique's blue window display in support of a hospice fundraising campaign.
4:18pm Mon Oct 05, 2015
Inappropriate comments were made to two 16-year-old girls on a Skegness to Nottingham train.
3:32pm Mon Oct 05, 2015
Shoppers in England will from today have to pay 5p for plastic bags at supermarkets and large stores.
Thanks to...
... the people who helped me when I fell in Barnbygate, Newark, on Sunday, September 13, and also the paramedic and staff at Newark Hospital who looked after me.
­— (Mrs) I DAVIES, Newark (Full address supplied).
Public appeal
THE Advertiser last month revealed that Beaumond House Community Hospice faced a very real threat to its future in the wake of a big fall in revenue. We make no apology for returning to its plight because the situation is that serious — it could close.

Beaumond House has helped thousands of people since it opened in 1987 and we want to help ensure it can provide the same care and compassion for many thousands more in the years ahead.

It is very much a hospice for the people — all the care provided there is free to patients and their families.

The hospice would not have opened, or become such a well-loved and valued service, without the backing of the local community and that level of support is again needed, more so than at any other time since its very early days.

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