A park in Southwell plagued by vandalism looks set for a new lease of life.
A volunteer group that provides life-saving treatment until an ambulance arrives has responded to nearly 400 calls in five years.
SUPPORT is mounting for a memorial to commemorate the miners who worked at Ollerton Colliery.
A charity shop that raises money for specialist respite centres is looking for more volunteers.
An off-road cycling event will take place in June to raise money for a care project in Southwell.
The new Mayor of Newark is London-born Mr Harry Molyneux (67).
A retired woman who suffers from arthritis has called for a pensioners- only playground to be installed in Bingham.
A student is to have a track named after him after he ran 125 miles as part a challenge at Dukeries College, Ollerton.
More than 1,500 people took family heirlooms and treasured possessions to Southwell Minster yesterday for a recording of the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow.
A Newark school is asking Nottinghamshire County Council for £50,000 towards the cost of two new classrooms.
Two leading gymnasts visited a junior school to launch an annual sports and fitness day in memory of a teacher.
A school with a proud cricketing heritage is defying claims that the sport is in decline among young people.
Six members of Newark and Sherwood District Council are now responsible for making key decisions.
The long-awaited return of traffic wardens did not lead to a rush of tickets being issued.
Revised plans for street lighting in Southwell are still falling short of town councillors’ expectations.
As well as the stunts, there were many main ring attractions to entertain the crowds.
A national bus company that got in ahead of a local rival was yesterday told it had to suspend a service connecting Fernwood with Newark and Balderton.
Recently retired Football League referee Mr Phil Joslin was back in the middle for the final of the Newark and District Primary School Cup.
The decision to end public use of the Turk’s Head carpark met with mixed feelings from shop owners and residents.
Fears have been raised that traffic congestion in the town will worsen when the train service between Nottingham and Bingham doubles later this year.