Matthew Bourne’s re-imagined version of the 130-year-old Tchaikovsky ballet The Nutcracker! is another classic.
Youngsters are set to be taught first aid skills, thanks to a donation from a housebuilder.
A hands-on project has allowed students at Newark College to put their studies into practice.
The firm has been shortlisted in the best rural professional services category of this year’s Rural Business Awards.
There were six stations across Great Britain with fewer than 100.
Cherubs Edwinstowe took part in a community clean-up, and also drew pictures for residents of a nearby nursing home.
Festive wreaths have been given to residents of a new housing development to display outside their homes.
Asda asked customers to nominate organisations that had tried to make sure nobody had been on their own in the pandemic.
The council says four years of prudent financial management will see it able to set a balanced budget for 2021-22.
Farmers still have significant questions about the government's new agricultural policy for England, according for the National Farmers' Unon.
A housebuilder is helping to support wildlife at one of its developments by installing bat and bird boxes.
This year employees chose to divide the £2,238 raised equally between two Newark-based charities.
A campaign called #ShopNewark has been giving the T-shirts to retailers to help promote the independent businesses in the town.
An author and illustrator whose work was inspired by his own two children has recently published his seventh children's book.
The company supports adults with learning disabilities, challenging behaviour, enduring mental ill-health and autism.
No one would argue it has not been a difficult and challenging year for most people and businesses
A charity that helps elderly people to stay independently in their homes for as long as possible is urging them to apply for grants.
Plans to build a firewood and charcoal production business on farmland in Southwell have been withdrawn by the applicant.
A survey asking for views on changing the name of Southwell Minster has been withdrawn.
A Newark opticians is moving to much larger premises, enabling it to extend its optical and audiology services.