Keen motorcyclists wed in Newark on Monday with the groom in leathers and the bride with her riding boots under her dress.
A dementia carers’ group is appealing for donations after having to leave their equipment behind when forced to quit their last meeting place.
The property, at Vicarage Court, is in a walled courtyard setting and is well planned for a family lifestyle.
Free nappies for premature babies are available from pharmacies for the first time thanks to a partnership between Pampers and supermarket Asda.
Fashion retailer New Look is recovering from a difficult year amid the pandemic.
With A-level results out in a week, the Student Loans Company is urging students to get finance applications in, even if plans remain unclear.
Tesco Supermarket has issued a recall on a product contaminated with nuts, classed as an allergen.
A public consultation has been launched into open space provision in Newark and Sherwood.
Newark’s Palace Theatre and the National Civil War Centre will be holding a series of pantomime-themed activities for children this summer.
Residents at a care home have been thanked by the Queen after sending a letter of condolence following the death of Prince Philip.
More than 200 memberships have already been taken up at a newly-opened swimming pool.
There have been several reports of illegal fishing, poaching and anti-social behaviour near bodies of water in Newark and Sherwood.
A total of 16 suspects have been served notices for fishing offences.
New coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Newark and Sherwood according to the latest figures from Public Health England.
Police are concerned for the safety of a man reported missing from the Newark area.
One lane on the A46 has been closed both ways due to construction.
The anniversary of the start of the Warsaw Uprising during the second world war was marked with ceremonies at Newark Cemetery.
Several covid-related deaths have been reported by Sherwood Forest Hospitals Trust since July 21, according to the latest NHS figures.
A council is continuing talks with a third party interested in creating a new livestock market for Newark.
Work to repair vandalised gravestones will be carried out in the coming months, according to a council.