A couple from the Advertiser area have helped East Midlands Ambulance Service to improve its care of people with motor neurone disease.
More than 200 people signed a petition calling for a mobile telephone mast in Southwell to be moved.
Plans for a wind turbine that divided opinion in two neighbouring villages have been given the go-ahead.
The end of exams for more than 360 pupils at a Bingham school will be marked in style this weekend.
A visit to Bethlehem and a boat trip across the Sea of Galilee formed part of a trip to the Holy Land by 45 pilgrims from the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham.
A pensioner who has baked cakes for the Maplebeck Garden Fete for more than 30 years was given a commemorative plate in recognition of her contribution.
PART of Dukeries College is being powered by a wind turbine.
A women’s prison near Newark has a farm shop that is open to the public.
AN ORDER that allows police to disperse groups and puts a curfew on children under 16 has been renewed in Ollerton and Boughton.
CONCERNS have been raised about the impact of a potential eco-town at Newton on future generations in Bingham.
Sports clubs are still denied access to Southwell’s all-weather pitch as a land-ownership dispute continues.
THOUSANDS of people visited Bingham’s annual town fair at the weekend to take in a variety of attractions.
A scheme that helps elderly people in Newark and Sherwood retain their independence in their own homes has reached a major milestone.
Young people are risking their lives by climbing up and down the walls of Newark Castle.
A holidaymaker is hoping to raise money to help a family he met while travelling in Africa.
An architect, two head-teachers and a woman who has dedicated her life to treating and rehabilitating sick and injured wildlife were among those in the Advertiser area to be named in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
A town councillor wants more support for plans to build a heritage centre in Southwell.
A couple want urgent action to cut the number of lorries travelling through their village.
A pub landlord who became a fully-qualified teacher only two years ago has been nominated for a regional award by his pupils.
An MP is backing the continuing campaign against a mobile phone mast in Southwell.