A school site manager ignored a gipsy curse and removed posters advertising a circus yesterday.
Claypole Primary School refused to let regulations and red tape spoil pupils’ fun when they held their annual pancake races on Tuesday.
Plans to turn a former theatre into a restaurant have been supported by Southwell Town Council.
The organisers of an annual charity dressage competition are celebrating after raising more than £6,000 for a spinal injuries charity.
The Duchess of Cornwall has made a donation to a fund that will aid the families of wounded Servicemen, it was announced this week.
A school has gained a Sportsmark gold award, its second gold award for subjects taught during and after school.
Scouts from the Newark district are appealing for people to help them collect special coins marking the centenary of the Scouting movement.
Pupils took to the stage to give their own performance of the hit Disney film, High School Musical.
Residents of Southwell have been urged to support traders in the town by shopping at local stores. Southwell Town Forum has discussed the problems facing traders in the town.
Despite early scepticism, a home-based scheme to separate recyclable waste from landfill rubbish has been a success.
There are calls to keep traffic wardens out of Bingham until the town’s parking problems have been resolved.
Pupils used an inflatable planetarium to learn about the night sky as part of a school science week.
Children at Southwell Pre-school took part in a range of activities to celebrate the Chinese new year.
Volunteers working to secure the future of a community theatre closed after fire safety fears, hope it will reopen this year.
The finalists have been selected for the 17th Bingham and District Rotary Club Young Musician Of The Year contest.
The cost of services provided by Newark Town Council this year are set to rise at nearly twice the rate of inflation.
Two new examination chairs are in place at Southwell Medical Centre after patients raised the money to pay for them.
More than 450 people living in the Rushcliffe area have shown an interest in getting involved in shaping their local health services.
This year marks 40 years since aircraft enthusiasts realised their dream of establishing a museum to help preserve examples of the area’s aeronautical history.
Renovation work on an ancient village church has been completed after a charity stepped in with a grant of £11,000.