Villagers have taken the coronavirus message of staying safe and turned it into an art form by decorating their phonebox.
Ken and Joyce Jones, both 93, of Newark, marked their 72nd wedding anniversary — and it is all thanks to a blind date.
An alarming voice note that has been shared on WhatsApp has been outed as fake by the ambulance service.
Stefan Zienski, of St Mary's Gardens, Newark, was charged with several thefts, two public order offences, criminal damage and the assault.
A man concerned over the government’s restrictions while under lockdown is offering to conduct funeral services over the internet.
The store, on Chain Lane, has been a firm fixture on the local retail scene for many years and developed a reputation across the region.
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service has seen a rise in the number of calls to bonfires and 'controlled burning' in residential areas.
A council is asking business owners yet to receive a COVID-19 central Government grant to get in touch with the authority.
The figure is up 44 since yesterday. Nottingham city itself has 204 confirmed cases, the same as yesterday.
Nationally, police have warned customers this week for using the store to buy non essential goods.
Do you remember Newark's former nightclub Caesar's? Two urban explorers took a look inside — without permission.
Nottinghamshire Police received a report of a suspicious incident after a farmer heard loud banging noises and talking in a field.
The crew received the kind gesture from a BP service station after responding to a call about a bonfire in the open this afternoon (Tuesday).
The plan was said to still be a highways and parking concern, despite changes made since it was last refused by the district's planning committee.
Long-standing footwear retailer Clarks has confirmed a number of its stores have permanently ceased trading and will not reopen.
The figure is up 12 since yesterday. Nottingham city itself has 204 confirmed cases, up 13 since yesterday.
Police officers first spotted the vehicle on Boundary Road, Newark, on Sunday at around 10.40pm.
Pupils will be able to access daily English and maths lessons through their televisions under plans announced by the BBC.
This was just one of the incidents Newark Police officers had to deal with in its most recent week of action to reduce knife crime.
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