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4:25pm Wed Apr 11, 2012
ottinghamshire County Council has resolved to make a change to its governance arrangements to adopt a (...)
(...) the council to account for its performance. The terms of reference of all committees are agreed by the Full Council, which (...)
(...) public at County Hall West Bridgford Nottingham NG2 7QP, and on the Council's website.
8:00am Wed Dec 24, 2014
(...) has turned his life around thanks to a Newark charity and a county council support team. (...)
(...) of difficult experiences since leaving school. Zak was placed in shared accommodation with Newark Emmaus Trust, which provides accommodation for 16 to 21-year-olds. Now, after a year (...)
(...) few authorities that has an agreement with social services and district and borough council housing departments to protect homeless youngsters and adults. It has (...)
(...) for supported accommodation rather than having to be taken into care. The council said in other areas, young people are referred between agencies and sometimes left (...)
(...) Liz Plant, vice-chairman of the children and young people’s committee at the council, said: “While there is always a hidden homeless population in any area of (...)
5:00am Tue Dec 02, 2014
(...) Observer, was signed by council leaders across the country including Nottinghamshire County Council leader Alan Rhodes. The letter (...)
(...) Rhodes said: "This is not a political message, it's a plea from council leaders of all parties, from all parts of the country, that more of (...)
9:29am Wed Oct 01, 2014
(...) possible impact of turbines on the Rushcliffe landscape has been commissioned by the borough council. (...)
(...) applications, ranging from small single installations to large scale wind farms. Rushcliffe Borough Council leader Mr Neil Clarke said the study would be used for developing policies (...)
(...) well as the character and appearance of this countryside,” he said. “Parish councils and ward members were involved in its production and by working with Melton (...)
11:00am Wed Jul 30, 2014
(...) village dog mess problem has got so bad that the parish council is handing out no-fouling signs for residents to put up outside their homes. (...)
outh Muskham and Little Carlton Parish Council is handing out the notices, which warn dog owners they could face a (...)
(...) to try to deter people from allowing their pets to foul the footpaths. Council chairman Mr Howard Clack said dog mess was being left on pavements and rural footpaths (...)
(...) a small number of dog walkers who are disregarding others.” The Nottinghamshire county councillor for the area, Mrs Sue Saddington, said: “It is a big issue in (...)
4:45pm Mon Jun 23, 2014
housands of school staff and council workers across Nottinghamshire have voted for strike action after rejecting the local government (...)
(...) staff and council workers have sent a clear message to the government and council employers that (...)
(...) 2013, this final offer has pushed staff to the edge. "Schools staff and council workers pay is now worth almost 20% less since the government came into (...)
2:32pm Thu Oct 24, 2013
(...) new group set up to give a voice to young people in Newark is calling for lighting on the Sustrans cycle track and improvements to the (...)
(...) Youth Council was formed under the guidance of Newark Town Council. Its 12 members have been appointed from The Newark Academy and Magnus Church of England School, Newark. The council identified (...)
(...) about safety, which somewhat defeats the object of its purpose.” The youth council has written to Sustrans saying while it realises lighting the whole track would (...)
(...) to children riding scooters and bicycles. Robert, a sixth former at The Newark Academy, said because the road was in a poor condition members felt it (...)
12:20pm Fri May 03, 2013
abour has taken over control of Nottinghamshire County Council from the Conservatives. (...)
(...) Roberts, Mr Stuart Wallace, and Mr Keith Walker won the Newark West, Newark East, and Balderton wards respectively. Mr Roberts (Con) narrowly beat Mrs (...)
(...) (UKIP) received 354 votes. Chris Adams (LibDem) received 68 votes. In Newark East, Mr Stuart Wallace held his seat with 979 votes, beating closest rival (...)
(...) (LibDem) received 131 votes. There was a 29.3% turnout in the Newark East ward. In the Balderton ward, Mr Walker (Con) secured 884 votes, beating (...)
(...) who polled 1236 votes. The Conservatives suffered heavy losses in Lincolnshire as the council went to no overall control. The Tories won 36 of 77 seats, down (...)
(...) his Bassingham seat with 1,102 votes. In the Collingham and Meering district council by-election, Mr Derek Evans (Con) beat Mr Daniel Hibberd (Lab). Mr Evans (...)
0:00am Fri Nov 13, 2009
(...) the organiser for the Nottinghamshire branch of Unison, which represents more county council staff than any other union, said members were outraged. (...)
(...) over industrial action, although no strikes would take place before Christmas. Newark Bus Station has emerged as one of the beneficiaries from the council’s proposed budget. The (...)
(...) of three bus stations. The others are at Mansfield and Sutton-in-Ashfield. The council also needs to plug a funding gap of £1.2m in the Building (...)
(...) The Grove School, Balderton, the Magnus Church of England School, Newark, and the Dukeries College, Ollerton. A further £800,000 has been earmarked for meeting (...)
3:36pm Wed May 28, 2014
roposed variation to determined admission arrangements Nottinghamshire County Council is consulting on a proposal to change existing admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools within (...)
(...) consideration of responses in respect of the proposed variation to determined admission arrangements, Nottinghamshire County Council may seek a variation from the Offi ce of the Schools Adjudicator to effect a (...)
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