A large reproduction of an engraving of Southwell Minster is to be restored.
A dentist is preparing to travel to Africa where he will help people in one of the poorest countries in the world.
More well-known showbiz names have been lined-up to appear at a village pub to help to raise money for charity.
Schools in the Newark area are still among the worst in the county for GCSE passes that include maths and English.
Trekking with llamas isn’t something normally associated with the Nottinghamshire countryside but that looks set to change thanks to a couple from Barnby-in-the-Willows.
A bridge that replaced one that collapsed during flooding in June has prompted criticism over its design.
Youngsters in the Newark area are being urged to join a scheme that encourages them to learn new skills, stretch their physical limits and help others.
Trees in Southwell town centre have been killed by vandals pulling bark off the trunks.
Restoration plans have been drawn up to protect a stone dating back at least 800 years so that people can learn about its history.
PEOPLE who illegally ride their motorcycles around Ollerton are being warned that their bikes will be crushed if they are caught.
The government has made a huge profit from the Christmas purge on parking in Newark town centre.
More than 8,500 people have signed a petition opposing the closure of a care home in Boughton.
Pupils at the Minster School, Southwell, are launching rockets and measuring earthquakes as part of a £17,000 science project.
Pottery enthusiasts from the Newark area are campaigning against changes to services at Rufford Ceramics Centre.
Hooligans badly damaged a high speed train carrying 1,000 travellers through Newark on Monday afternoon.
Residents are calling for action to stop vehicles travelling too fast along a narrow lane.
New staff are helping to speed up treatment at Newark’s accident and emergency department in a scheme thought to be the first of its kind in the country.
The achievements of disabled swimmers were celebrated at the annual awards evening of Bingham Penguins Swimming Club.
Competitors of all ages hurtled at top speeds down a hill in a village’s first race for homemade carts.
Residents say not enough has been done to reduce the risk of more flooding in Southwell.