Following a decision to push for smoke-free sidelines in Rushcliffe, we want to know if you, the reader, want to adopt the same approach.
A decrepit looking railway signal box has been given half a make-over, leading to a Newark man appealing to Network Rail to finish the job.
Multiple sources have confirmed a horse in a flooded field in Newark is safe, despite high water levels.
The application has been submitted by the Lindum Group and will be determined in due course.
Smokers who cheer on family and friends playing football in are being encouraged to leave cigarettes and vapes at home to create smoke-free sidelines.
Plans to start the repairs to a Scout group’s roof are being scuppered due to damage from overhanging trees.
Instead of just throwing away bottle tops, you can save them to help make a difference to Newark’s veterans.
Newark's two train stations have mixed results for train reliability, according to a new online service.
Children made the most of their half-term break by getting back to nature.
The menu was chicken burgers, peas and potatoes or a jacket potato with cheese and beans as a vegetarian option and fruit and cupcakes for dessert.
The name has been chosen because Tambo is Spanish for milking yard, since the new Lounge is in the Buttermarket.
A man rescued more than 20 chickens from drowning by using his fishing boat to travel through flooded fields.
The jury came to a majority verdict of not guilty on five charges, but failed to make a decision on a further three counts of indecent assault.
Inspirational songs don’t come much bigger that hearing your own player’s voice booming over the tannoy.
An estimated 8.5m adults in the UK are believed to have experienced some form of abuse as a child, statistics released this week have found.
Visitors to a world-renowned tourist destination will be able to get a 3D experience following the go-ahead for a £10m project to test 5G technology.
As levels on the River Trent start to recede, several flood warnings have been lifted.
Residents in a number of flood-hit villages in the Newark areas are being urged to remain vigilant this evening.
RAF personnel came to attention as the coffin of a daring second world war Wellington bomber pilot was carried into a village church.
A sports club is playing its home matches elsewhere because of heavy flooding.