Students from Sir William Robertson Academy, Welbourn are over the moon with their GCSE results with many gaining the top grades of 9, 8 and 7 across a number of subjects.
It was all smiles as Magnus Church of England Academy welcomed it’s GCSE students to collect their results.
The ‘flat railway crossing’, close to North Gate Station, is the last of its kind in Britain and is being upgraded this bank holiday weekend.
Dylan and Ethan, both primary school pupils in Newark, were delighted to be published in the 'Happiness' book which featured 115 children from across the world writing about what happiness means to them.
Police Officers are concerned for 14 year old Jodie’s safety after she was reported missing from the Newark area on 19th August 2019.
A number of trees will be removed from along London Road, Newark by Nottinghamshire County Council. The work is scheduled to start before the end of September.
A Spalford land owner used a field at the back of his home to store up to 130 vehicles without planning permission was fined by Nottingham Magistrates Court.
Officers are appealing for information and witnesses following reports of a burglary in Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire earlier this week.
Youngsters found guilty of harming wildlife and causing anti-social behaviour in Balderton have cleaned up their act – as well as a local green space.
Sir William Robertson Academy Year 13 students are celebrating excellent news today, as students have achieved the schools highest ever percentage of A* - B grades.
Uninterrupted trend continues, as year on year, Magnus continues to improve results.
Newark and Sherwood District Council hopes to reduce the levels of crime and anti-social behaviour in the town by adding a high definition camera in the market place.
The Palace Theatre is looking for boys and girls aged 9 - 16 to dance alongside former Coronation Street star Nick Cochrane, in this years pantomime ‘Sleeping Beauty.’
A ‘16-17 Saver’ railcard has been confirmed for launch by the Department for Transport, meaning teens will be able to travel at a huge discount.
A charity cover of ‘He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother’ was released online today and has been playing on radio stations throughout the country, with the goal of raising money for 12 lesser known Veteran charities.
Dispersal order to disrupt town centre ASB
A man has been taken to Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham following a collision between a lorry and a car on the A617 near Upton this morning (Friday 9th August).
A popular independent café is set to open a second venue at Newark’s newest neighbourhood, Middlebeck, Urban&Civic has announced.
A total of nine people have been arrested as part of a pre-planned complex operation into County Lines drugs supplies operating from Nottingham and supplying Newark with cocaine and heroin.
An official complaint has been lodged after claims City player Adam Osbourne was racially abused by Flowserve Fans at the game yesterday (Saturday 3rd August).
14 year old Grace Spencer has braved the shave today, saying goodbye to her luscious locks and raising £400 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
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.