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4:31pm Mon Jun 01, 2015
A couple have praised a hospital neo-natal unit that cared for their three premature children.
3:07pm Mon Jun 01, 2015
Twenty-one candidates have been nominated for the six places on the Beacon Ward of Newark Town Council.
2:08pm Mon Jun 01, 2015
The A52 between the A46 and A1 has re-opened following a serious collision at Sedgebrook.
1:13pm Mon Jun 01, 2015
A planned strike by the RMT union has been suspended after talks over a pay deal.
12:11pm Mon Jun 01, 2015
A woman cyclist suffered minor injuries after colliding with a car at the Cattle Market roundabout, Newark, on Saturday.
12:00pm Mon Jun 01, 2015
A police helicopter was used to track down two men over alleged thefts.
8:55am Mon Jun 01, 2015
A yellow weather warning has been issued by the Met Office for high winds from Monday afternoon to Tuesday evening.
6:30am Mon Jun 01, 2015
Teams dressed as brides, babies and supermen took part in an annual five-a-side fancy dress tournament organised by Holy Trinity Football Club, Newark, on Saturday.
9:19pm Sun May 31, 2015
The locations of mobile speed cameras across Nottinghamshire have been revealed for this week.
5:19pm Sun May 31, 2015
Bullfighting is one of those activities that still raises many question marks over the well-being or, in certain regions, death of the bulls.
7:30am Sun May 31, 2015
Newark Business Club wants action to tackle unsightly litter on the A1 and the approach roads into Newark.
7:15am Sun May 31, 2015
Short films are being made by schools across Newark and district for a new competition that will finish with an Oscars-style event.
Crossing worry
I read with interest news of the £2.4m investment to rail services (All Aboard For Boost To Business, Advertiser, May 14) that will bring a boost to business in Newark. This will increase the number of passenger trains on the Midland Line using Castle Station.

This I agree will bring much-needed business to the town and enable passengers to use this enhanced service that will bring rail travel into the 21st Century for the town, all as our Member of Parliament stated.

My only concern is the increased traffic congestion that will inevitably be caused by the more regular closing of the railway safety barriers.

Added to this, there will no doubt be a detrimental effect to ambulance travel times to King’s Mill Hospital, Sutton-in-Ashfield.
— Vic Hall, Queen Street, Balderton

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