More than 70 people looked round the treasury at Newark Parish Church as part of an open afternoon, but were unable to climb the tower.
A retired bank manager from Bingham is the first volunteer from the town to join an emergency response scheme.
A widow who was attacked in broad daylight in a Newark street says the men who went to help her are heroes.
A village youth club is restarting after two years.
A seriously ill boy faces five days of intensive chemotherapy in the hope it will destroy leukaemia cells so a bone marrow transplant can take place.
Two men have received life sentences for the murder of Mr Chris Johnson.
Police are seeking witnesses to an assault in Balderton in which a man was sprayed in the face.
A flypast by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight marked the beginning of the annual Brant Broughton village fun day.
A first world war hero’s medals have been presented to his regimental museum.
A wartime photograph taken in Newark more than 90 years ago has made its way back to Nottinghamshire after being found at a car-boot sale in the south of England.
AN EQUESTRIAN centre marked its 50th anniversary with a party for friends, family, pupils and former pupils on Saturday.
Go Ape, an organisation that provides a high-wire adventure through the trees of Sherwood Pines, offered Advertiser reporter Dominic Howell the chance to try the course. This is how he fared.
An extra public exhibition outlining plans to develop an eco-town at RAF Newton has been planned for Tuesday.
A cheque for £6,000 for research into the treatment of brain tumours was presented at a Newark pub on Sunday.
A flower festival held to mark the 900th anniversary of Southwell Minster attracted thousands of visitors.
A major fundraising event for Newark’s Beaumond House Community Hospice will be held for the last time this year.
Olympic hopefuls of the future helped to mark the official handover of the games from Beijing to London when a flag was raised at the Riverside Park, Newark, on Sunday.
The garden at Burgage Close, Southwell, was named best communal garden in a competition run by Newark and Sherwood Homes.
An audience of 600 people saw the Band of the Grenadier Guards perform at Southwell Minster on Tuesday night.
Children decorated gloves with patterns and designs inspired by a Newark artist’s exhibition this week.