Radio Newark’s Suzie Stevens wins gold award in 2021 Community Radio Awards
Radio Newark’s Suzie Stevens has been recognised at the 2021 Community Radio Awards, held in Coventry on Saturday 23 October as part of the UK City of Culture celebrations.
Fernwood Roadworks Latest
The troublesome traffic lights at Fernwood's Tawny Owl roundabout that have caused traffic chaos this week have had their times reduced after another morning of frustration and delay for motorists.
Michael Portillo pays tribute to murdered colleague David Amess
The former Conservative MP and Cabinet Minister Michael Portillo has paid tribute to his former colleague and one-time Parliamentary Private Secretary Sir David Amess who was murdered whilst holding a surgery in his Leigh-on-Sea constituency.
Vandalised church sign replaced by kind-hearted sign maker
A KIND-HEARTED sign maker, horrified by an act of mindless vandalism, has replaced wooden church signage at no cost, after one of the wooden signs in St Mary’s Church Gardens of Remembrance in Newark was torn off its post.
Partnership working to target rogue trade vehicles
A joint operation to crackdown on illegal waste-carrying vehicles took place earlier this month in a bid to stop those involved in illicit activity.
Two whole weeks of half term skele-fun in Nottinghamshire!
Families in Nottinghamshire can enjoy a fang-tastic two-week half term from Monday 18 October – Friday 29 October, with a variety of fun and spooky Halloween themed events coming up.
District Council launches consultation to assess taxi satisfaction among users and drivers
Newark and Sherwood District Council has launched a taxi satisfaction consultation to assess both customers and drivers' opinions on Newark and Sherwood's taxi and private vehicle hire service.
Farndon teens save woman’s life in dramatic river rescue
Two Farndon schoolboys have been hailed heroes after saving a drowning woman’s life on the River Trent.
District Council pledges to welcome more Afghan allies
Newark and Sherwood District Council have pledged to support three more families who are in immediate danger after serving with the UK government and British troops in Afghanistan.
The Palace Theatre is Bringing Christmas Back This Panto Season
What did you miss last Christmas? Spending time together as a family? Special memory-making moments? A bit of good old-fashioned sparkle and spectacle? Or just having a good laugh? After the year we’ve all had, everyone deserves a treat this winter and the Palace Theatre Newark is hoping to put the Merry back in front of Christmas with the purr-fect pantomime, Dick Whittington and His Cat.
Are you or someone you know going to be affected by the loss of the extra £20 a week Universal Credit payment?
Don’t wait until October !