A holidaymaker who may have come face to face with Madeleine McCann’s kidnapper said she just wanted the culprit caught.
A £7m futuristic apartment complex on stilts has been planned for an island in the River Trent at Newark.
Mr Roy Briggs-Price had to swim to reach three miniature horses in a field off the A46 Newark bypass in the early hours of Monday.
A businessman on board the passenger jet that crash-landed at Heathrow said he felt he was the luckiest man alive.
More children are set to receive cycle proficiency training.
A campaign has been launched to save a paddock from being developed into a joint community and health centre.
Many people walking to Newark’s new Asda development will have to dash through gaps in four lanes of moving traffic.
Prince William has made his first solo flight as part of his training at RAF Cranwell.
A police helicopter crew called out to search for a missing man spent an hour hovering over two men who were using metal detectors in a field.
A school that was previously failing to give pupils an acceptable standard of education has made a rapid improvement and no longer requires special measures.
There are fears that the cost of a pint of beer in pubs could increase from about £2.20 to as much as £4 this year, largely because of increased prices of barley and hops.
A service is being held at Southwell Minster to mark the work of homeless charity Framework, whose projects include a Newark hostel that is proving to be a lifeline for its residents.
A tip saved from closure after a campaign by residents will close temporarily for improvements.
The train service between Nottingham and Bingham is set to double.
The A617 between Newark and Kelham finally re-opened yesterday morning — a week after heavy rains caused flooding that shut the road.
Work has started on a £3/4m youth centre on Newark’s former Sconce Hills School playing field, after nine years of campaigning.
A scheme where three off-licences in Radcliffe refused to serve alcohol to anyone under 21 on Friday and Saturday nights for a month has seen a 65% reduction in alcohol-related anti-social behaviour.
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.