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4:00pm Sun Sep 25, 2016
The locations of mobile speed cameras across Nottinghamshire have been revealed for this week.
11:00am Sun Sep 25, 2016
There is a range of county council-funded services visible to local residents across Nottinghamshire, including the upkeep of our roads, investment in our libraries, and day services for older people and those with disabilities.
7:30am Sun Sep 25, 2016
A retired Naval commander whose determination led to the official recognition of a war hero will speak about his mission at a fundraising event in Newark next month.
12:00pm Sat Sep 24, 2016
Four years of hard work has paid off for teenager Lily Divall, whose first book is being published this month.
10:00am Sat Sep 24, 2016
Children in Southwell were invited to a celebratory party after a record number completed this year’s Summer Reading Challenge.
9:30am Sat Sep 24, 2016
Models paraded the latest autumn collection on the catwalk at Jane Young, Newark.
7:00am Sat Sep 24, 2016
The original Bramley apple tree has been shortlisted in the 2016 Woodland Trust Tree of the Year competition.
12:15pm Fri Sep 23, 2016
A Newark insurance firm has been named one of the industry’s leading speciality brokerage businesses.
8:00am Fri Sep 23, 2016
A fresh bid for lottery money towards a £1m project at Newark Castle’s Gatehouse Tower is set to be submitted.
7:50am Fri Sep 23, 2016
The A46 at Newark has been re-opened after an overturned lorry caused hours of delay for motorists.
7:30am Fri Sep 23, 2016
Town councillors have objected to plans to build four homes in Southwell.
6:30am Fri Sep 23, 2016
A deal has been agreed to protect a town’s last green open space from development for more than two decades.
Thanks to...
... the organising committee of this year’s Newark Blues Festival.

Special mention must go to the Pointing family and James Manners for their dedication.

Newark has one of the premier blues festivals in Britain.

Buy a ticket next year and book it in advance ­— it’s not to be missed.
— IAIN MACKAY, Milner Street, Newark.
Castle fit for king
NEWARK’S royal connections will be to the fore once again next month as the 800th anniversary of the death of King John is marked.

The monarch died at Newark Castle on October 18, 1216, and the events of that evening will be recreated in fine detail — even down to the terrible storm that was said to have raged at the time.

The event will be staged by the Liz Hobbs Group, while re-enactors from the Regia Anglorum group will depict the King’s final hours.

It promises to be another spectacular event in the castle grounds.

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