Social gatherings of more than six people are to be banned in England in an attempt to control the spread of coronavirus.
A hands-on course starting at Newark College is offering people the chance to train in a skill that could become a springboard to a new career.
School Standards Minister Nick Gibb said there was a “moral imperative” for children to attend classes.
The warning has been issued by Nottinghamshire’s director of Public Health following a rise in cases.
An application has been made to convert the former village pub into a house.
The property is on a generous plot with a range of garages and detached barn.
A man in his 50s died and another was injured and taken to hospital following the crash at the Marston Toll Bar junction near Gonerby Moor.
With live music a rarity in these times of change, Belvoir Castle is putting on two outdoor socially-distanced nights at the end of August.
Charles Lawrence, former chairman of the Charles Lawrence Group, has worked for seven years as a director with the organisation.
From cinemas to massage parlours - face covering becomes mandatory almost everywhere.
Schools in Nottinghamshire excluded pupils for racist bullying on dozens of occasions last year, new figures reveal.
A café is doing what it can to help ease people back into socialising as lockdown restrictions ease.
Measures due to be lifted on Saturday have now been postponed for at least two weeks.
Despite being suspended from the national Conservative Party over the remarks, Steve Vickers was made the chairman of the Health and Wellbeing Board.
The power to handle smaller lockdowns has been given to councils like the city and county councils, should they be necessary.
Chains including Costa Coffee and Sainsbury’s will not penalise customers who do not wear face coverings in their stores as new laws come into force.
The school, which will move into its new Fernwood site in September, will teach its students to work hard and be kind.
The finalists in all the categories will be announced in next week's Advertiser (July 30).
Local government minister Robert Jenrick said councils should embrace reform, but changes should not be imposed where they are not wanted.
Councils would have to increase council tax by 10% to keep libraries, school transport and youth clubs open following the costs of covid-19.