A group of teachers from Bingham’s Toot Hill School have completed a physical challenge that combined cycling, canoeing and climbing — despite two of their bikes being stolen the night before race.
A book chronicling the history of Southwell’s pubs and breweries has been published.
Plans to open a highways depot in Bilsthorpe were approved on Friday, signalling the closure of the Newark depot in about two years.
A retired air vice-marshal, who was a leading organiser of Newark’s annual Battle of Britain service for many years, was remembered at this year’s event.
Two friends and neighbours have been nominated for a county award for encouraging more young people to take part in youth activities.
Abba fans were out in force for a special screening of the hit film Mamma Mia.
The MP for Newark, Mr Patrick Mercer, wants less talk and more action on plans to dual the A46 between Newark and Widmerpool.
An ex-Navy powered boat, costing £1,400, has been bought by Newark Sea Cadets for training.
A boy underwent two hours of surgery after being attacked by a dog.
Road safety fears were again highlighted in Southwell this week as children returning to school were still without crossing patrols.
An appeal has been made to raise money towards the restoration of the clock at Bingham Parish Church.
A charity set up in memory of boy who died from a rare brain condition has been adopted by the Elite Ice Hockey League as its chosen charity for the season.
Blocked gullies, blamed for much of the flooding in Southwell last summer, could be cleared twice a year instead of once, but some fear it still may not be enough.
Tile-painting, mask-making and football were among the activities on offer for children at a community fun day.
Two men who beat another to death in a fall-out over a cannabis crop have been gaoled for life.
More than 200 parcels of items donated by people in the Newark area were sent to British Paras serving in Afghanistan.
At A time when many people do not know even their neighbours’ names, residents of a hamlet share Christmas meals, summer rounders matches and hold street party celebrations.
A shop that will sell eco-friendly products and give advice to people about how to be environmentally friendly is looking for businesses to help to fill its shelves.
About 50 people braved the rain to watch Breakfast At Tiffany’s on a big screen in Newark Market Place at the end of the festival on Sunday.
Rail enthusiasts have set themselves a target of raising £16,000 as the first step towards re-opening a disused rail link.