A Southwell author has completed the second book in his planned trilogy. Mr David Hughes (50) of Landseer Road, writes under the pseudonym, Ambrose Conway.
Bingham Town Council spent nearly £30,000 less than they were expecting last year.
Newark Town Partnership has been accused of incorrectly claiming credit for projects.
A police crackdown on prolific burglars in the Bingham has paid off.
Home brewer Mr Ron Allison won five top prizes at the Craft Brewing Association annual festival in Derby, but was named runner-up champion brewer.
Police are linking two distraction burglaries that happened within an hour of each other at the homes of old people.
A woman with Alzheimer’s disease was among runners from the Advertiser area who took part in the annual London Marathon on Sunday.
The evening before Prince William’s graduation, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, attended a dinner and ceremony at RAF Cranwell to mark 90 years of the Royal Air Force.
A voluntary organisation that supports elderly people has launched a pilot project in Bingham.
Rumours that Ollerton Hall could be used as a young offenders’ institute have been dispelled.
A group of talented pupils at Toot Hill School, Bingham, were given tips on how to combine academic studies with their sporting commitments on Monday.
A woman walked 95 miles along the West Highland Way to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Only ten headstones out of 15,000 in Newark Cemetery have been found to be unsafe in a check that has taken four years to complete.
Prince William received his wings on Friday from his father, Prince Charles, after completing a four-month intensive flying training course.
A managing director has been appointed to help develop the work and services at Beaumond House Community Hospice in Newark.
A solicitor and members of Southwell Traders’ Association are threatening legal action against Newark and Sherwood District Council if charges are introduced at a town centre carpark.
Modern street lamps erected in a Southwell conservation area have been described as “monstrosities” by a town councillor.
An appeal against the district council’s decision to refuse permission for 26 apartments on the site of a former Ollerton bingo hall has been dismissed.
A war historian from Bingham is leading a campaign to ensure a first world war hero is not forgotten.
The New Ferry restaurant in Farndon has been bought and is being renovated at a cost of £1m as restaurateur brothers and their partners embark on a second riverside location.