New homes linked to a converted pub could be demolished after building control inspectors found the development bore little resemblance to the approved plans.
A request for Royal Mail to produce stamps celebrating the Bramley apple’s bicentenary next year has been refused.
In Bingham cricketers clocked up the runs to raise £500 for Sport Relief as well as raise the profile of their club.
Four chicks are new additions to a family in Bingham after they were adopted from a local infants’ school.
More than £2,000 was raised at the Minster School, Southwell, through a non-uniform day and by pupils completing the Sport Relief mile.
Consultation with the public about a possible new health centre for Bingham will take place only when all locations have been reviewed.
A teenage girl was rescued by firefighters after becoming stuck up to her waist in mud.
A village pub could become the first in Nottinghamshire to hold wedding services on the premises.
A school principal has promised to work with councillors to help reduce anti-social behaviour by his pupils.
Calls are growing for a town meeting to discuss Bingham’s lack of community facilities.
A trade unionist from Southwell has been picked as the Labour Party’s prospective parliamentary candidate for Nottingham South.
Three colleagues walked more than 15 miles to work to raise money for Sport Relief.
It was a double success for young musician winner Poppy Brewell (above) who has been chosen to perform with the English Youth Ballet in Nottingham.
A shopkeeper is demonstrating his support for Services personnel who wear thier uniforms in public.
Calls for a skatepark to be built near a new youth centre have been dealt a blow because of uncertainty over plans to re-build the Dukeries College.
A scheme to widen a bridge in Bingham, to encourage more pedestrians and cyclists to use it, looks set to start in the summer.
One is the neon-lit, gambling capital of the world, the other a historic minster town, but a comparison has been drawn between the two.
Repairs to a riverside carpark that doubles as a popular picnic area are unnecessary and could lead to more cars being parked on the road, it has been claimed.
Residents and traders are opposing a decision to end long-stay free parking in Southwell.
Children from a Southwell infants’ school gave talks on their favourite books for World Book Day.