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2:02pm Mon Jul 25, 2016
The ground beneath Wollaton Park shook beneath 21,000 pairs of dancing feet on Saturday as a sell-out capacity crowd partied the day away at Splendour.
9:50am Mon Jul 25, 2016
A sell-out crowd witnessed some of the best unsigned acts Nottinghamshire and beyond boasts at this year's Deerstock Festival.
11:30am Mon Jul 25, 2016
Pensioners Colin Green, 73, and Edward Casebourne, 74, say running has given them a double benefit as they prepare for next month’s Newark Half-marathon.
10:00am Mon Jul 25, 2016
As the new film is getting plenty of attention, it's only natural the video game industry jumps on the bandwagon to give us a new Ghostbusters game.
9:15am Mon Jul 25, 2016
Councillors are to receive an allowance for visiting planning application sites.
7:10am Mon Jul 25, 2016
A radio presenter and DJ is aiming to bring in listeners from across the world.
 
12:00pm Sun Jul 24, 2016
Nottinghamshire Police have arrested a 23-year old man in connection with the death of a 16-year old girl at an address in Newark.
7:30am Sun Jul 24, 2016
A former pub that has been disused for more than a decade has been transformed into a luxury five-bedroom home.
7:30am Sat Jul 23, 2016
A Newark family has organised an event to raise awareness of issues surrounding mental health after a relative took his own life.
2:11pm Fri Jul 22, 2016
A primary school pupil who hasn't missed a day of school in seven years walked down a red carpet today as more than 400 of her peers cheered.
7:15am Fri Jul 22, 2016
A school has welcomed a crackdown on dangerous parking by parents who stop near its entrance.
1:00pm Sun Jul 24, 2016
Six banners designed by children have been unveiled as part of commemorations to mark the 800th anniversary of King John’s death at Newark Castle.
 
 
Town pride
As regular visitors to Newark, may we say how beautiful the town is looking at this time.

The planters around the town, and particularly the large towers in the Market Place, add a wonderful splash of colour.

On a recent visit we spent time in the castle grounds and by the riverside and were very impressed .

You should be proud of your town.
— SANDRA and TONY HOLLINGSWORTH, Ilkeston. (Full address supplied).
 
School places
GETTING the children ready for school in the morning can be stressful enough, without the added complication of having to ensure that three each arrive at different ones in time for the start of the day.

That was the prospect facing single mum Cassandra Abbott after Nottinghamshire County Council ruled that her youngest, four-year-old Joey, could not attend the same primary school as his sister Lycia, who is six.

An extra complication for Miss Abbott is that her oldest, 11-year-old Haidon, who is due to leave Coddington and start at The Newark Academy in September, has autism.

Joey is undergoing tests to establish whether he also has the condition.
   

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