Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue are currently dealing with a barn fire in Newark.
Three warrants were executed in Victoria Street, Bakewell House and Queens Court in Newark.
The RSPCA is urging the public to be aware of wildlife becoming trapped in their chimneys after a tawny owl fell down a chimney in Southwell.
Elective surgeries that require a stay in hospital will be able to take place in Newark Hospital from spring next year.
There are a number of activities taking place over the next week as part of Baby Loss Awareness Week.
Newark and Bingham MP Robert Jenrick has spoken of his delight at the Home Office's announcement of the first group of police recruitment targets.
Angry relatives of residents at Friary Fields care home have spoken out after their loved ones were moved without their knowledge.
Kelham Hall owner Jonathan Pass, has applied to turn the building into a luxury 103-bedroom hotel— an increase on the original 71 bedrooms proposed.
The Home Office has confirmed that an extra 388 officers will be recruited in the East Midlands, with Nottinghamshire Police recruiting 107 officers.
Hays Travel has agreed a deal to buy all 555 former Thomas Cook stores.
Newark Police seized a car in Newark last night after the two occupants failed to stop.
Ollerton is the latest location Newark & Sherwood District Council will be targeting as part of the council’s Cleaner, Safer, Greener campaign.
Knife crime reduced by 8.7% in Nottinghamshire in the last year, new statistics by Nottinghamshire Police have revealed.
Tracey and Paul Benson, of Leo's Play Centre, have decided to sell the business after the premises was broken into for the fourth time.
Nottinghamshire Police is joining forces with partners during a national week of action to combat rural and wildlife crime across the county.
Emma Fegan, 39, of Hoveringham, died on Tuesday, September 24, after her car left Hoveringham Road and ended up in the river.
Aimee Scrimshaw and Ben Norfolk have shared their story in advance of Baby Loss Awareness Week.
Robert Macrae-Clifton, Wesley Smith, Robert Mitchinson and Andy Price have set off on the Frontline Walk.
Those responsible for graffiti in Newark have been warned they will face the consequences of their actions.
Ten years after a community rallied round for a young boy suffering from cancer, his family have expressed their thanks for all the support.