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8:00pm Wed Jul 30, 2014
Vintage vehicles were on display as a bus company marked its 25th anniversary.
3:46pm Wed Jul 30, 2014
Police inquiries into allegations that a pensioner with Alzheimer’s was taken from her home and driven to a polling station despite being too ill to vote have proved inconclusive.
12:13pm Wed Jul 30, 2014
The case for improvements to the East Coast Main Line has been put to the Government by representatives from Nottinghamshire.
12:00pm Wed Jul 30, 2014
Staff at the National Civil War Centre Newark Museum are asking for people to search their homes to help uncover the area’s lost heritage.
11:00am Wed Jul 30, 2014
A village dog mess problem has got so bad that the parish council is handing out no-fouling signs for residents to put up outside their homes.
9:46am Wed Jul 30, 2014
Southwell Racecourse is set to host a meeting in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support for a third time.
9:34am Wed Jul 30, 2014
There are new champions in each of the Nottinghamshire Best Kept Village competition categories, the winners of which have just been announced.
6:00am Wed Jul 30, 2014
Accountancy firm staff are taking to the roads for a 200-mile charity cycle challenge in aid of the Ryan Smith Foundation.
5:00am Wed Jul 30, 2014
A hay stack was set on fire last night in Balderton, with 13 bales destroyed.
5:30pm Tue Jul 29, 2014
Comedian and author David Walliams is urging people in the Newark area to support the Rainbows Children’s Hospice by breaking a world record.
4:20pm Tue Jul 29, 2014
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dead hedgehog with burn wounds was found in a park in Bilsthorpe.
10:35am Tue Jul 29, 2014
Newark Day takes place today, with dancers in the Market Place and a variety of events for children this afternoon.
Thanks to...
... my friends in Newark and at Newark Rugby Club for their sympathy and support after the death of my wife, Jan Whitelaw. Special thanks go to those who were able to attend Bramcote Crematorium for the celebration of her life.

She would have loved to have seen so many friends together.
­— JOHN WHITELAW, New Rise, Nottingham.
Mark of respect
EVENTS are taking place across Newark and district as the nation marks the centenary of the outbreak of the first world war. These events and the anniversary offer an opportunity to reflect on what was a momentous, terrible, period in history.

The recreation of the Sherwood Foresters’ muster and march to Radcliffe in Newark Market Place on August 10 will, for instance, be a poignant reminder of how troops set out filled with optimism and patriotic pride, only to encounter unimaginable horrors on the battlefields of France and Belgium.

The recreation sets off at 10am and is open to all.

Researchers and authors have recorded the stories of those from our towns and villages who went off to war, and those left behind on the Home Front, providing an insight into the devastating impact of the conflict.

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