The grandfather of a boy who has a brain tumour has raised more than £7,500 by having his head shaved.
Harvest was the theme at this year’s annual art competition at St Nicholas’ Church, Tuxford.
More help is needed for the elderly in Bingham, a new report has revealed.
Plans for up to 170 holiday lodges on a former Army camp were unanimously approved by Newark and Sherwood District Council on Tuesday.
A home for adults with special educational needs looks set to open in a village near Newark.
Efforts to secure off-street carparking for residents in Southwell town centre look unlikely to succeed in the near future.
Pupils at a primary school in Newark are gearing up for the chance to win a Green Guardian award for outstanding environmental work.
Organist Mrs Anne Wynne (pictured) played a variety of music for six hours during a sponsored organ recital at All Saints’ Church, Collingham, on Saturday.
Test results show six-year-old Joel Picker-Spence is in remission from leukaemia, so a potentially life-saving bone marrow transplant can go ahead.
Police want the owners of Europe’s biggest distribution centre to help in the efforts to cut the number of diesel and load thefts from lorries.
The Government’s eco-town programme could be in jeopardy, as the High Court has granted permission for a judicial review of the programme.
The achievements of pupils at the Minster School, Southwell, during a memorable first year in their new building were celebrated at the school’s annual prize-giving ceremony.
Three clinical teams at Newark Hospital have been rewarded for excellence by the health trust they work for.
A petition calling for a town centre memorial to Ollerton Colliery has been signed by 375 people.
A service will be held at the Minster School, Southwell, today to remember two pupils who died on Tuesday night.
Work on the long-awaited Potterdyke site redevelopment and Asda supermarket in Newark looks set to start next year — almost four years after the scheme was first announced.
Money set aside for a village skate park could be used to improve outdoor play facilities for young people.
A high-speed helicopter landed in the grounds of a primary school to give pupils the chance to see how it worked.
One of the country’s best-kept red telephone boxes could be saved by a parish council.
A record crowd of about 4,000 people attended the annual Collingham and district show on Saturday.