Initial designs have been released for what the new Ollerton Roundabout could look like when improvements are made.
The Brexit Party was 7,700 votes ahead of the Liberal Democrats in the election.
Reports show that GP numbers have fallen across the UK over the last five years, with doctors warning that they are seeing more patients than is safe.
The latest batch of painted rocks — decorated with a bright image and positive message — released at Newark Castle, has special significance.
Steve Harley and Paul Young's Los Pacaminos among the headliners at annual festival.
Newark Business Awards host Melvyn Prior is looking forward to hosting one of the highlights on the business calendar.
One in eight cash machines in Newark and Sherwood are gone.
A two-lorry collision and a diesel spillage has closed the A1 at Grantham.
Tickets for glittering black-tie awards ceremony can now be bought online.
Hundreds of mobile phone users have been struggling to make calls due to a widespread network outage.
A proposal for a 324-home residential development at Flowserve is among this week's submitted planning applications.
A concert at Newark Palace Theatre by the Band of the Royal Air Force College will mark the 15th anniversary of a Newark-based charity.
The work of Newark and District Talking Newspaper For The Blind was highlighted to 1st Balderton Scouts.
The Liberal Democrats said the upcoming European elections are about putting out an “alternative message” on Brexit in the East Midlands.
Campaigners are calling on residents to show solidarity to their bid to protect Newark’s green spaces.
Electric car technology is advancing rapidly, and the latest figures suggest that Newark and Sherwood is getting on board with the green revolution.
Charity ambassadors, clinical crew, trustees and former patients attended celebratory event
Proposals for a new solar farm will be made public at a community information event.
With the news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have opted to name their baby Archie, the name will no doubt soon be gaining popularity.
The fifth annual Pikes And Plunder event took place over the Bank Holiday, and hundreds of people came to see the Civil War come to life.