Concerns have been raised that an unelected group in Newark has been given too much power and money.
A new cycle route, that will also include a pedestrian crossing, will be installed in the next year to link a business park close to a large housing estate to the town.
Staff at a residential care home for children are looking for a dog to make regular visits.
Children learned about the solar system in an inflatable planetarium.
A widowed great-great grandmother is celebrating her 20th birthday today.
Doctors’ surgeries in the Newark area have been warned not to introduce higher cost telephone numbers that make money from patients’ calls.
Users of Fiskerton tip have welcomed the reopening of the site this week after a month-long closure for improvements.
Victorian toys including whipping tops, cats’ cradles, hoops and diabolos will be available for people to play with throughout the new season at Southwell Workhouse.
Improvements are planned for a building owned by Southwell Town Council to make it more useful to the community.
For nearly five years investigators have been regularly visiting Newark Castle to study reports of paranormal activity.
A mother is calling for money to be spent on improving play areas, which she says are falling into disrepair, and are a magnet for drinking teenagers.
Four residents were chosen as extras when a film company descended on Flintham to make an adaptation of Noel Coward’s 1928 play, Easy Virtue.
A charity set up by a former teacher 20 years ago to help Brazilian street orphans will be deregistered in April.
Youngsters created beastly books as part of a half-term activities workshop.
A couple say they are concerned for the safety of their pets after a family of foxes moved into a neighbouring garden.
Charges will be imposed at two Southwell carparks if the move is approved by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
A health centre pharmacy that was licensed after a three-year campaign is finally open.
Two accomplished sailors who were inseparable friends died in two tragic accidents on the water, an inquest heard.
The head of Southwell’s tourist information centre wants more people living in the town to take part in festivals and events.
Children made heart-themed bookmarks as part of a library fun morning.