Police are appealing for information after nappies were stolen from a lorry at Foston.
The Prince of Wales visited Norton Disney and Brant Broughton during a visit to Lincolnshire today.
Students preparing for their latest production are receiving professional help courtesy of two former pupils.
A coffee shop, art space and toddlers’ group were among possible uses suggested at a public consultation about the future of the Robin Hood Theatre, Averham.
An inquest into the death of Brian Junior Gibson recorded an open verdict.
The former RAF Newton will be the sole focus of a bid to build a 6,000-home eco-town.
Newark Air Museum has a colourful new addition to its display.
Two vicars swapped parishes to give sermons at Plough Sunday services.
People were urged by the Rector of Newark to value each other and the farming community in the current recession.
A search has been launched for Southwell’s unsung heroes.
Members of a Bingham club are determined to rebuild after a fire destroyed thousands of pounds-worth of equipment that had huge sentimental value.
The Minster School, Southwell, was ranked the second best comprehensive school in Nottinghamshire in Government league tables published yesterday.
More people are joining the Ollerton Town Drum Corps despite the group having ten of its drums stolen.
A miniature train track that has provided rides for children for five years and has raised hundreds of pounds for charity is to be removed.
Clothing is desperately needed by the Newark shop that supports the town’s Beaumond House Community Hospice.
A family say a hospice that provides 24-hour care for two of their children offers a vital lifeline they could not do without.
Health chiefs have ruled out Derry Lane as a potential site for Bingham’s new health centre.
Donors are taking advantage of a change in NHS rules that enables people over 70 to continue giving blood.
Hardship schemes, business surgeries and a redundancy support service were among the initiatives due to be discussed by Newark and Sherwood District Council’s cabinet.
Councillors have hit out at what they described as a ludicrous and unfair government system that could see council tenants paying above average rent increases.