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4:05pm Mon Oct 24, 2016
A motorist with 16 penalty points for offences including being disqualified from driving was allowed to keep their licence.
3:07pm Mon Oct 24, 2016
Over the last decade we've seen first-person shooters go from world war to modern or future warfare, but now it's time to go full circle as Battlefield 1 takes you back to the trenches.
2:20pm Mon Oct 24, 2016
A village pub locals feared could be demolished by a developer has re-opened after a major refurbishment.
12:00pm Mon Oct 24, 2016
Youngsters have filled 50 backpacks with vital aid that will enable children in developing countries to have an education.
11:53am Mon Oct 24, 2016
A man has been found dead at Bingham Industrial Estate.
11:28am Mon Oct 24, 2016
A teenage model said she was thrilled with the response to a charity fashion night that raised money for Beaumond House Community Hospice.
10:23am Mon Oct 24, 2016
A new commemoration to second world war aircrew can be seen at Newark Air Museum.
10:15am Mon Oct 24, 2016
More than 200 sea scouts, sea cadets and Royal Marine cadets paraded through Newark on Saturday to honour the Battle of Trafalgar.
8:00am Mon Oct 24, 2016
Almost 600 children and adults were supported by the Newark-based Children’s Bereavement Centre in the past year.
4:05pm Sun Oct 23, 2016
A teenager who is helping to inspire the next generation of Scouts in her village has been recognised with an award.
3:00pm Sun Oct 23, 2016
A martial arts teacher has launched a programme of free sessions to help tackle bullying among youngsters.
10:00am Sun Oct 23, 2016
More than 26,000 children and young people in Nottinghamshire are living in poverty, according to a report.
Cause of crisis
I am sick of hearing that an ageing population is causing the crisis in the NHS.

The truth is that due to immigration we are having to care for more patients.

It has recently been reported that maternity services are being abused by tourist patients, and there are no elderly people in that category.
— D. HINCHLEY, Acacia Road, Balderton.
Sporting twist
There has been a twist in the potential provision of first-class sports facilities for Newark. A new player has entered the fray, with the YMCA in the frame to take a leading role.

A great deal of groundwork has, however, already been done by the Newark Sports Association.

Its volunteers have invested time and no little effort in getting the first phase of a sports hub project for land off Bowbridge Road to the planning application stage.

A partnership agreement between the association, Newark and Sherwood district and Newark town councils, which was signed in July, has now been set aside to allow consideration of the YMCA’s proposals.

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