A staff member at accountants and business advisers Duncan & Toplis shaved her head to support homelessness charity, Framework in Newark.
Police are warning motorists to avoid the A1 while they deal with a lorry fire.
There are reports of long queuing traffic on the A1 southbound at Long Bennington.
Father Simon Gillespie is moving to work in the parish of Our Lady of Victories, Southwell, with Saint Anthony, Calverton.
An application for a new pizza restaurant by pizza company the Rustic Crust has been approved.
The landmark new war memorial in Nottingham which was opened by royalty at the end of June is currently out of bounds.
A gallery of photos from Hawtonville Carnival, from 1994.
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Kelham Bridge is closed to traffic from 9am to 4.30pm daily until Friday, August 16, for bridge repairs.
Plans for a Chinese restaurant is among the latest applications subjected to Newark and Sherwood District Council.
Hundreds of folk fans are expected to descend on a village next Sunday for the tenth annual Day of Lincolnshire Folk Music, Dance, And Song.
Plans for a solar farm are among the latest applications submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council.
Simon Garbutt, of Great North Road, Newark, was jailed for his role in trafficking drugs with a street value of up to £1.4m into Nottinghamshire.
Iliffe Publishing is searching for its first editorial apprentice.
The event will celebrate the time Floss spent at Newark Castle and her love of the historic monument.
The UK Remote Control Truckers’ National Gathering 2019 attracted a couple hundred people last weekend to enjoy all-things remote.
The new North Notts Food and Drink Awards 2019, run by Made magazine, will highlight the best the area has to offer.
The weekend features a host of dance displays around the town, including the Market Place, castle gardens, Old Post Office, and the riverside arena.
A cricket club's plans for an all-weather practice pitch is among the latest planning applications submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council.
Police have confirmed a 70-year-old man has died following a collision on the A614 at Oxton.