5:18pm Thu Aug 21, 2014
A campaigner says proposals aimed at making the A52 Bingham bypass safer should go further.
4:30pm Thu Aug 21, 2014
A housing organisation has admitted it gave bad advice and had the wrong attitude towards a disabled man that could have left him dealing with water leaking through an electrical socket overnight.
3:24pm Thu Aug 21, 2014
Patients are being urged to be ready for the bank holiday by planning ahead for repeat prescriptions and using NHS services.
1:39pm Thu Aug 21, 2014
The manager of the Newark Town Truce Team hopes his side will make the town proud in their match against FC Emmendingen 03 on Sunday.
11:41am Thu Aug 21, 2014
Services through Newark Northgate station could be disrupted at short notice due to a signalling problem.
11:37am Thu Aug 21, 2014
There are delays of around 15 minutes on the northbound section of the A1 between the A52 and A46.
9:00am Thu Aug 21, 2014
A grandmother has hailed the cancellation of a parking fine issued for displaying her ticket the wrong way up as a victory for common sense.
8:30am Thu Aug 21, 2014
Residents near Newark’s former nightclub fear its re-opening could add to their late-night misery.
8:07am Thu Aug 21, 2014
Students across the Advertiser region are picking up their GCSE results today.
7:30am Thu Aug 21, 2014
The decision to remove the permanent CT scanner from Newark Hospital is being looked at again amid a public outcry.
7:30am Thu Aug 21, 2014
A man was punched and thinks he was knocked unconscious in a late-night attack in Ollerton Road, Edwinstowe.
7:00am Thu Aug 21, 2014
Newark Castle will be used today and tomorrow for the filming of scenes for an innovative town trail app that will bring the town’s 17th Century civil war history to life.
MY great-grandmother was a tiny, frail-looking woman, always dressed in black. In her younger years she ran a newsagents near the White Swan pub, Northgate, Newark.
Her name was Ellen Grosse and when she could no longer work in the shop her daughter, Nellie, took over. My great-grandmother lost three sons in that terrible first world war, Thomas, Joseph and Alfred Grosse. I want to thank the Adver-tiser for the eight-page supplement and Pete Stevens for his hard work in tracing photographs of the war dead.
— Janet Roy, Dysart Road, Grantham.
Next month London’s Olympic Park will once again be in use when more than 400 competitors from 14 nations compete in the Invictus Games — a competition organised for wounded members of the Armed Forces.
Backed by Prince Harry, its aim is to use sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding and respect of those who serve their country. Inspire is perhaps the key word. Among those taking part is Nathan Cumberland, of Fernwood, a former soldier who lost his left leg below the knee and right leg above the knee in an explosion while serving in Afghanistan in 2009.
Latest Traffic News widget and many other great free widgets at Widgetbox!