Medical staff who go above and beyond for their patients were rewarded for their efforts.
A village memorial that honours those who fought and died in the first world war has been restored 100 years after it was built.
A housebuilder has donated high-visibility jackets to help keep children safe.
Specialist consultants have worked with Rushcliffe Borough Council to produce the designs for the new facility in line with the Bingham Masterplan.
A closed road is causing traffic problems in Newark.
The car was taken off the roads by Newark Police on Sunday.
The list of sites where motorists can expect to see mobile speed cameras in Nottinghamshire this week has been announced.
Three individuals were found to be in possession of drugs after a drugs operation took place in Newark town centre last night (Saturday, November 16).
A 14-year-old boy has been arrested following a vehicle burglary overnight on November 14 in Newark.
The Eurofighter set to land at Newark Air Museum from the Imperial War Museum.
Sailors from Newark took part in a six-week national relay around the UK to raise funds for YMCA Newark and Sherwood’s Community and Activity Village.
The 100th home is part of a scheme near St Mary’s Gardens in Hawtonville, Newark, comprising seven affordable two-bedroom properties.
Money raised at a charity fashion show has been presented to Beaumond House Community Hospice, Newark.
One of the artists taking part in an open studios weekend has hailed the project as a huge success.
Wheels 4 Farnsfield has the goal of creating a high-quality, well-designed and environmentally-sympathetic concrete skatepark.
The festive season got under way in Newark Parish Church with the arrival of the Cards For Good Causes pop-up shop.
One of the town's biggest winter concerts takes place at the end of the month.
Top UK swing band and Britain’s Got Talent finalists Jack Pack performed a one-off fundraising show on Friday in aid of Newark Women’s Aid.
Volunteers working for Newark Community First Aid gave a total to 22,473 hours during the year, the organisation’s annual meeting was told.
A church was packed when the Rev Anna Alls was licensed by the Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham, the Right Rev Paul Williams.