Railway passengers face a rise in ticket prices in 2020, and the Advertiser want to know if the ever-increasing cost will stop you from using trains.
Nottinghamshire Police are appealing for information and witnesses following reports of a burglary on Chatham Court, Newark at 5.10pm on Monday.
Officers have arrested a 28-year-old man wanted for recall to prison.
Ticket prices will rise by 2.8% and could add more than £100 to annual season tickets.
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The victims were taken to hospital for treatment following the aggravated burglary in Philip Road, Newark, at 7.42pm on January 18, 2019.
The Dukeries' A*-C grades have improved again, from 73% in 2018 to 88% in 2019, with 100% of students achieving an overall pass rate.
Sir William Robertson Academy at Welbourn's Year 13 students has achieved its highest ever percentage of A* - B grades.
There was a positive reaction from students and teachers alike at Toot Hill College, as 80% of pupils achieved achieved A* to C.
Minster School, Southwell, are celebrating having received their A-level results.
Students across the country will be receiving their A-level results today, and the Advertiser will be providing updates throughout the day.
Magnus C of E Academy saw some outstanding individual performances across the board.
TRADERS in Newark fear over-zealous parking enforcement officers will drive customers away.
Restaurant Koinonia has bought the Newark premises it had been renting for the last seven years with a six-figure commercial mortgage from HSBC UK.
Fourteen runners took part in Newark Half-marathon on Sunday to raise awareness and money for Counselling and Support for Young People (CASY).
Police have alerted residents to be aware of a white male, who is knocking on doors and asking if people have any gold to sell.
Royal Mail's brand new parcel postboxes have been unveiled in the East Midlands, including two in Newark.
Newark Police were called to Middlegate last night and a chase took place, with officers apprehending the suspect after a six minute foot chase.
A group of MPs said a mobile phone in the hands-free setting is just as distracting as using a hand-held phone.
The Met Office has issued another yellow warning for the East Midlands from 2pm to 10pm tomorrow.