The fire, which occurred earlier this evening (Thursday 10th October), is now being investigated as an arson attack by Nottinghamshire Police.
A man and women were arrested after three warrants were executed on Wednesday and Thursday of this week as part of a pre-planned operation into County Lines drugs supplying Newark.
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Newark Lorry Park has been named the safest in the East Midlands and is one of just three truck stops in the UK to receive the accreditation.
Vandals responsible for a spate of graffiti in Newark have today been warned they will face the consequences of their actions.
Notts Police want to identify a man following a suspicious incident in Newark on the footpath by the cemetery between Bowbridge Road and Elm Avenue.
The Archbishop of York, John Sentamu attended Magnus Church of England Academy in Newark, addressing students and staff as part of the OneLIFE initiative of the Diocese Southwell & Nottingham.
Budding local Olympians and Paralympians are being encouraged to apply for the latest round of County Council funding to help propel them even further in their chosen sport.
A staggering £28,274 will be split between Beaumond House and the Children’s Bereavement Centre, as a result of Newark's first ever Dragon Boat Festival.
Visitors from Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance dropped in to talk to pupils at William Gladstone Church of England Academy in Newark As part of their topic of ‘heroes’.
The Newark Waste and Water Improvement Project is a finalist at this years ICE People's Choice Awards, following directly on from our recent success of being awarded East Midlands Project of the Year.
Newark and Sherwood Homes (NSH) has donated £530 to Reach Learning Disability Newark following fundraising for the charity during a series of community events over the summer.
Following the collapse of Thomas Cook and the cancellation of all its flights, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced that the Government and UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has hired dozens of charter planes to fly customers home free of charge.
There could be relief at last for residents living close to an unauthorised waste site near Newark after an appeal against a Nottinghamshire County Council notice ordering the site’s clearance was dismissed.
The National Civil War Centre’s award-winning Learning and Participation Team is offering free school assemblies to local primary schools in March and April.
A partnership approach to tackling anti-social behaviour in Balderton has led to a significant reduction of nuisance reports and a number of banning letters issued.
Plans for a £15m scheme to build the new Orchard Special School and Newark Day Service Centre in Balderton have been approved by Nottinghamshire County Council.