Hydro-electric power forms part of the latest £71/2m redevelopment plans for Parnham’s Island, off Millgate, Newark.
Eight surgeries in the Newark and Sherwood district open outside normal hours and of those only one is in Newark.
Records from Southwell Minster dating back to the 14th Century will be catalogued and preserved as part of a £38,000 project.
Hundreds of unemployed construction workers met outside Staythorpe Power Station on Monday in the first of a series of protests due to end today.
Students preparing for their latest production are receiving professional help courtesy of two former pupils.
A boatmaker is hoping to achieve an ambition to build and sail a narowboat of his own.
Recorder players are encouraging people to brush the dust off their old instruments and play again.
The immediate future of a community recycling project that helps educate adults with learning difficulties has been secured.
A primary school has received £1,000 after winning a community environmental award.
Parts of Newark were gridlocked on Wednesday because of the volume of traffic heading to the showground for an agricultural event.
As efforts continue to re-open the Robin Hood Theatre, Averham, interested parties met on Saturday to discuss the way forward.
A male-voice choir from Wales will travel 250 miles to perform two fundraising concerts.
A grieving mother today urges anyone who can help solve the mystery of her son’s death to come forward and end her torment.
A school comes alive at weekends to the sound of African drumming, steel pans, and even music made using upturned dustbins and brushes.
A drink-driver from Boughton admitted killing his best friend who was walking along a road.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a robbery in Southwell in which a teenager had his mobile phone and wallet stolen.
Crime in Notts fell by almost 6%, according to the latest quarterly figures released yesterday.
Four weeks on since 68-year-old Michael Grocock went missing, his daughter has made another emotional appeal for him to contact her.
Motorists in Newark are facing long tailbacks caused by traffic travelling to an agricultural machinery show at Newark Showground.
A total of 164 drivers were found to be over the legal drink-drive limit in Nottinghamshire in December.