Plans in the Newark area include proposals for a change of use to holiday accommodation and two field shelters for horses.
A dispute between PA Freight and Highways England has been ongoing since the new A46 was built.
The court was told Webb’s relationship ended and he finished up homeless and living on the streets.
A safe taken in a house burglary that was dumped and then vanished has been found in a mum's front garden.
The hotel is set for a February opening date, with work gathering pace post-lockdown, and could be a catalyst for town centre revitalisation.
Council leader - 'I am acutely aware it is a very difficult time for theatre venues up and down the country.'
Newark’s Battle of Britain commemorations were cancelled in their traditional form of a parade involving veterans.
Civic dignitaries gathered at the war memorial by Newark Parish Church on Sunday.
With Battle of Britain Day approaching, the Advertiser continues the story of one of Newark’s heroes from that time.
The application was for 38 homes and conversion of an existing property to supported-living units on Nottingham Road, Southwell, and an access road.
District commander for Newark and Sherwood Inspector Heather Sutton on anti-social behaviour and 'suffering' residents.
The coronavirus R rate for Nottinghamshire, also known as the reproduction number, is between 1.1 and 1.8.
Granddaughter Donna Jordan, from Kelham, suggested she raise money for the maternity unit where her son Albert was born.
The application, by JBM Solar Projects 6 Ltd, wants to create a solar farm, battery stations and associated works, at land north of Halloughton.
Henley Specialist Vehicles, Cotham, came to the aid of the NHS by supplying the unit, which was pre-owned.
Newark's MP Robert Jenrick has backed British Farming Day.
There are several events that people can get out and enjoy as part of Heritage Open Days.
Rachel Yarnell, pre-school leader at Balderton Village Day Nursery, said the children were fascinated by the officers’ visit.
Anika Dickens and her friends completed 25 miles of hill-walking to raise money for Anika’s mum to receive treatment not available on the NHS.
The first sod was cut for a new primary school that will spark a bright new future for Newark’s last remaining infants’ school.