Walk-in blood tests are available at a hospital during weekdays.
A 9-year-old girl sold handmade jewellery to donate money to a charity that provides supportive palliative care to patients and their families.
Emergency services were called to Newark Castle today following concerns for a female’s safety.
In its weekly voxpop, the Advertiser found out what is a must have at people’s Christmas dinner table.
A motor company released a Christmas advert focusing on the plight of a homeless veteran at Christmas.
Pupils at a school were visited by children’s author Tom Mitchell, who shared his writing process and inspirations.
A former Nottingham Forest star and his wife asked guests at their wedding to donate money to help fund retreats to help others who also lost a child.
Pupils cheer up retired housing residents as part of a campaign dedicated to tackling loneliness and spreading happiness this festive season.
A primary school headteacher is retiring after 36 years of working in education.
The Advertiser readers sent photos portraying cheerful and colourful Christmas decorations and some beautiful places around Newark.
Companies provided free food for a Christmas party for a group that supports people with dementia and memory loss.
A vehicle being driven without insurance was seized by the police.
Residents claimed that a doctor’s surgery refused to help a woman in her 80s after she fell on the pavement nearby and was left ‘screaming in pain’.
Around 200 people attended a Christmas Carol concert at Newark’s parish church performed by schoolchildren.
A petition has been launched to save a swimming pool after a council confirmed that it could close while a replacement is built.
A councillor said he had a ‘fascinating opportunity’ after a visit to an energy recovery facility.
Raiders stole more than £10,000 of stock from a dog business – and then defecated in the premises – forcing the cancellation of a popular event.
A former town mayor has raised over £10,000 to support the completion of a major memorial and tourist project.
A care home has launched a shoe box appeal to ensure residents have a smile on their faces this Christmas.
Hundreds of pounds were raised by firefighters who climbed a ladder up the side of a hairdresser’s premises.