Newark’s Magnus Church of England School is the worst of 52 secondary schools in Nottinghamshire for GCSE pass-rates at A*-C grades including maths and English.
The Minster School, Southwell, was the second best comprehensive in Nottinghamshire with 71% of pupils gaining five A*-C grades, including maths and English.
Parents are calling for action to stop anti-social behaviour at a children’s play area in Ollerton.
An ancient play that dates back more than 400 years was performed in two pubs on Saturday to mark Plough Sunday.
A new allotment site is being planned to help meet growing demand.
Hundreds of construction workers from all over the UK are expected at the gates of Staythorpe Power Station on Monday.
An MP once at the centre of a race row said Prince Harry should have known better with regard to his comments about a fellow soldier.
The Dukeries College, Ollerton, has hit the Government target for GCSE pass rates for the first time.
Children at an infants’ school in Southwell use a home-made telephone in the school’s spiritual garden to say their prayers to God.
Advertiser readers have overwhelmed a charity with donations of unwanted tools and sewing machines.
A school plans to knock down old buildings and expand to provide a new sports hall and classrooms.
Around 30 people attended a Plough Sunday service in a farmhouse.
Ancient siege coins minted at Newark Castle during the English Civil War are at the heart of a campaign to encourage people to shop in the town.
Caroline Saddington’s route to motherhood did not follow the conventional path.
Most families are content with a dog or a cat as a pet.
First-aiders are reaping the benefits of their new headquarters, with an increase in volunteers.
A director of Silver Spoon says the company will do all it can to help staff made redundant when it closes its packaging plant at Newark’s British Sugar Factory this summer.
Opinion is split on Bingham Town Council over the siting of the town’s new health centre. Members failed to reach a decision at a meeting on Tuesday because of the differing views.
Council leaseholders are being told not to pay a property management charge that has risen, in some cases, by more than 5,000%, until a dispute over the increase has been resolved.
A shop selling Fairtrade and environmentally-friendly products is closing a week tomorrow because of the economic downturn.