It's been reported today that half a million children in the UK haven't had the measles vaccine, and cases have quadrupled.
More than half the jobs in Newark and Sherwood could be lost to automation in the future, new ONS data reveals.
POLICE are appealing for help finding Carol Mayfield, was reported missing from the Radcliffe On Trent area on Tuesday.
Meningitis charity Meningitis Now is supporting World Meningitis Day tomorrow (April 24), and Bingham woman Siân Liddle is sharing her story.
Villagers are being urged to pull together and save their local pub after it closed down.
A cracking day of Easter events was held in a church fundraiser over the weekend.
Skipton Building Society's staff and customers have donated 104 Easter eggs to the Children's Bereavement Centre.
After deciding to take a career break to go travelling, a jet-setting couple are now showing others how they can follow suit.
Care home residents enjoyed some Easter fun with a host of seasonal activities.
Emily MacNab, from Collingham, has been issued with a £140 parking fine after supposedly staying at the KFC in Newark for four and a half hours.
TREES from Belvoir Castle will be contributing to the rebuilding of Notre Dame Cathedral following last week's fire.
Shane Barthorpe, 34, of Tithe Barn Court, has been charged with burglary following a break-in at the Toymaster store in Kirkgate on March 1.
A love of nature and art has come together for this Collingham artist.
The ‘Mods’ have made a comeback in Newark as part of a shop’s striking window display.play.
Stan and Nancy Renshaw celebrated their platinum wedding anniversary on Tuesday.
Nottinghamshire Police is on the lookout for imaginative names with the arrival of three new dog cars.
It's National Pet Day, and here at the Newark Advertiser, we love pets and we'd love to see your photos of your four-legged., or two-legged, friends.
East Midlands Trains will no longer be operated by Stagecoach, but will be operated by Dutch-owned Abellio from August this year until 2027.
Families and people of all ages with an interest in fishing went along to an open day.
ACRE have been given £3m for village halls, and the scheme was launched in Oxton by Newark and Bingham MP Robert Jenrick and Lord Gardiner of Kimble.