A teaching assistant is appealing for the safe return of 20 years-worth of photographs that were in the boot of her car when it was unexpectedly towed away from her former home.
A couple, whose son was nearly hit by a car on a zebra crossing in Bingham, are calling for urgent changes to it before someone is killed.
When Mrs Rebecca Smith opens her front door she is often confronted with the sight of buses parked on her doorstep.
A young girl who won a cup in last year’s Advertiser Children Of Courage Awards for her ability to cope with a serious illness is able to attend school full-time after an operation to remove most of a brain tumour.
Children have written to the Advertiser, asking for help to stop parents parking on zig-zag lines.
Businesses are being asked for their views on the type of shops that should be provided as part of the planned expansion of Newark.
Wards and clinical areas are being steam cleaned at Newark Hospital as part of a £1.2m initiative to beat superbugs such as MRSA.
Residents in parts of Southwell prepared for the worst as the town went on flood alert in response to this week’s rain.
Objections have been raised over plans for 90 homes in Bingham because of fears the town’s services will not be able to cope with another rise in its population.
A Long Bennington company that makes horse-drawn carriages has been included in a book celebrating British manufacturing.
A community workshop scheme in Ollerton has been given a £50,000 grant to help keep it running for two years.
A young woman, who first volunteered as a potential bone marrow donor eight years ago, is hoping to have helped save the life of a stranger.
Services are increasing at Newark Hospital, a public meeting about progress there over the past year was told.
Plans for a stylish Newark base for Nottinghamshire County Council, made public for the first time today by the Advertiser, will remain disused in an architect’s files.
Speed limits could be cut on dangerous roads as a result of a Government-required review.
The names of four Farndon men killed in one of the world wars are to be added to a commemorative plaque in the memorial hall.
A decision on a planning application for 36 apartments in Boughton was deferred on Tuesday after it was alleged that a letter of objection had not been received.
Council staff will be trained to hand out £75 on-the-spot fines to litter louts who refuse to pick up their mess.
Heavy rain this week has brought flood warnings and prompted the district council into action to help prevent water entering homes.
Unwanted and out-of-date road signs in Southwell are cluttering up the town, it has been claimed.