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.
Corporal Joel Pickersgill and Sergeant Chris Bullen are taking part in a snooker marathon at the the Gateway Club in Newark.
The number of robberies in Newark and Sherwood has increased by more than two-thirds, according to the latest police recorded crime statistics.
The results of the elections for Newark and Southwell town councils have been revealed.
Emily Flavell and her mum Jane Markham, from Kelham, have raised over £800 for Southwell Community First Responders in memory of her dad Des Markham
Police are trying to trace two men following a burglary at the One Stop shop, Collingham.
Hospital chiefs are to attend a public meeting next week to update the community on developments at Newark Hospital.
AFTER a few tough weeks of deliberations, the finalists for each catergory of Newark Business Awards can now be revealed.
Hit film Brassed Off is being brought to the stage in Newark this week.
Eden Hall Day Spa, part of the Barons Eden Group, was named day spa of the year at the National Professional Beauty Awards.
Flicking through the Advertiser, the Rev Clive Doubleday was astonished to see a familiar face peering back at him from the pages.
Children’s authors are set to visit Newark’s schools as Newark Book Festival aims to provide a bigger programme of events for youngsters.
A Southwell woman and her prized pooch put their best paw forward to win a major prize at Crufts at the weekend.
The leader of Nottinghamshire County Council has paid tribute to the generosity of people after more than £35,000 was donated to a new war memorial.
Caring cooks threw off their aprons to look pretty in pink for charity.
Lewys Harteveld, 12, of Newark, was selected alongside five school friends to represent the school at the WE Day event.
Large businesses in the Newark area are being given the chance to celebrate their achievements at the Newark Business Awards.