BT has announced a review that could lead to the removal of public telephone boxes from many communities.
The new £1.6m construction centre at Dukeries College, Ollerton, will be officially opened by Mr Ed Balls, the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families, today.
Bingham could receive a windfall of £236,000 as part of controversial plans for 90 new homes.
Newark’s bus station will remain on the Potterdyke site but will be smaller than the current one, it was revealed this week.
Motorists are opting for on-street parking to avoid Southwell’s new carpark charges.
Cheerleaders from The Charlotte Hamilton School of Dance in Balderton were among the attractions at a spring fair at Chuter Ede Primary School, Balderton, on Saturday.
The outgoing Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire reached Newark Police Station this week on the latest leg of his farewell run across the county.
Fears that the future of Newark Hospital could be threatened if a new walk-in health centre is set up in the area were raised at a public meeting on Tuesday.
Parking fees have come a step nearer to being introduced in Bingham’s carparks.
Campaigners opposing plans to build on part of a field at the entrance to Millgate, Newark, have made a successful challenge at the High Court of Justice in London over the decision to allow the homes.
The directors of the third Newark Jazz Festival said it had surpassed the success of previous years, with even more venues packed with people attracted by the wide variety of music on offer.
The new Fernwood Flyer bus proved popular on its first day on Monday when around 60 passengers used the service to get to Newark.
Residents of Southwell are being asked to help shape the future of their town.
A recently formed Cub pack has bought vital equipment after receiving a community grant.
Southwell Minster was transformed into a bustling television studio for the filming of the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow.
Newark Jazz Festival got off to a tremendous start on Friday when New Orleans and Newark combined for a memorable evening at the parish church.
Parents of children at a Newark school were yesterday told special measures were required to bring the quality of education it provided up to an acceptable standard.
Recent interest in the former Duke’s Wood oil works has prompted one ex-worker to recall caring for Amercians who helped at the site during the second world war.
More than 140 beers, ciders and perries will be on tap at the 13th Newark Beer Festival this weekend.
Residents at a Boughton care home have found a novel way of keeping fit and healthy — by spending their afternoons playing on the latest hi-tech video games console.