A route from Balderton to Newark has been defaced by a vandal who has sprayed the nickname “Outlawz” in at least 18 places, including Newark Castle.
A woman hit by an egg thrown from a passing car says she could have lost an eye.
Businesses in Newark should be able to benefit from plans that could mean up to 5,000 new homes are built on the edge of the town, a meeting of Newark Business Club was told on Friday.
Young reporters at Lowe’s Wong Junior School, Southwell, have published another edition of their award-winning newspaper this week.
A leaflet detailing a tourist trail of Newark’s former brewing landmarks will be available from next week.
A man has been honoured for his Army service in Malaya more than 40 years ago.
The chairman of Bingham Business Club has criticised plans to build an employment park on the outskirts of the town.
Hundreds applauded the return to Newark of Nottinghamshire’s Army regiment, as they were honoured with the freedom of the town.
A group of women who have had gynaecological cancer will on Wednesday launch a campaign to help others.
CONCERNS have been raised that residents are being kept in the dark about the plans for a new £41/2m health centre in Bingham.
A junior school in Newark could raise its standards, although it provides a satisfactory eduction for its pupils, says an Ofsted report.
A school is using pioneering information and computer technology to change the way pupils learn.
Neighbours have expressed their shock at the death of a former senior Nottinghamshire police officer found dead at the bottom of a cliff on Tuesday.
A church porch was used on Friday for a one-man sponsored sleep-out to raise money for a charity that helps the homeless.
A bronze statue could be erected in Southwell to celebrate the planting of the first Bramley apple tree.
A last-minute move by the Liberal Democrats on Rushcliffe Borough Council to cut the proposed 3.9% council tax increase failed.
A vision is needed to ensure Newark remains commercially and economically safe for the future, according to the chairman of the town’s business club, Mr Dean Hyde.
A bus company, which is planning to alter the route of its services running from Bingham to Nottingham, wants passengers to give their views about the changes.
A volunteer charity that has helped people throughout the district for more than 30 years is looking for new premises because its council landlord is set to sell its base.
Newark market was cancelled on Wednesday — for the third time in just over a month — because of the severe weather forecast.