Figures obtained by Ridley & Hall Solicitors show that Nottinghamshire Police recorded 50 arrests for ‘controlling or coercive behaviour’ last year.
A mother whose son was born with a serious heart condition is calling for volunteers to help launch a new fundraising group in Newark.
A charity walk from Lincoln to Collingham raised money in memory of a former Advertiser reporter.
After two years of hard work, a village pub is now open again thanks to the dedication of its shareholders.
Scooter enthusiasts raised £860 for Prostate Cancer UK.
Despite multiple pleas to use 999 responsibly, Nottinghamshire Police are still receiving misplaced calls to their emergency control room.
After a year of planning, 25 members of 2nd Balderton Guides enjoyed an adventure to Disneyland Paris to celebrate the group’s 50th anniversary.
More than 8,000 people are expected at one of the social highlights of the year, Ladies Day at Southwell Racecourse tomorrow.
Rushcliffe Borough Council’s shop front improvement grant scheme helps businesses to match contributions and improvements, up to the value of £5,000.
One of Britain’s leading television and theatre writers, Billy Ivory, will present this year’s annual Wolfit Lecture on Sunday, September 8.
Youngsters found guilty of harming wildlife and causing anti-social behaviour took part in a restorative justice arrangement around Balderton.
A race pigeon has been rescued by residents at a care home.
Lincolnshire Police have seized over 300 cannabis plants from a house in Beckingham.
The Turquoise Teapot, located on Bowbridge Road, is back up and running with brothers Kieran Wells and Bradley Wells with their mother, Simone Wells.
Extinction Rebellion say they will 'die for 11 minutes' in a bank to show their frustration at continuous investment in the fossil fuels industry.
Father Simon Gillespie is moving to work in the parish of Our Lady of Victories, Southwell, with Saint Anthony, Calverton.
Newark Air Museum will be hosting Copter-fest on Saturday and Sunday, and people are invited to go along and view the aircrafts on display.
District Council officers visiting the farm in Spalford counted 137 vehicles, when he only had permission for 25.
Eight shotguns, a silencer, a crossbow and a spear gun were among the items handed in to Nottinghamshire Police during a two-week Firearms Surrender.
Champion boxer Nina Bradley thought her career as a fighter was over, but the tragic death of her niece has given her motivation to return to the ring