A Newark hotel that once belonged to a millionaire who conspired to smuggle heroin into the UK is up for sale at £2 1/2m.
A Lego fanatic is close to winning a starring role in the popular toy’s next national TV advert.
A farmer says he will consider planting his crops further from boundary fences to help protect homes from fire.
The opportunity for residents to comment on proposed housing development plans for the former Minster School site at Southwell has been extended by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
A woman who dreams of hearing her lyrics sung on the radio reached the semi-finals of a national songwriting competition.
Discussions over a land swap in Bingham could create a long-awaited allotment site for holders forced off their plots by contamination.
Two care homes, one with a hydrotherapy pool that could be used by the public, are planned for the same Newark road.
A firefighter and member of Bingham Swimming Club has won two medals at the fire service’s Olympic Games.
A project set up to support adults with learning difficulties needs more accommodation so it can offer more independence to its users.
A seriously ill six-year-old boy is expected to find out a week on Wednesday (September 17) whether he can have a bone marrow transplant.
Pupils have an extra three-day holiday as building work at their school is not finished.
A mother is hoping chemotherapy will destroy leukaemia cells so her seriously-ill son can have a life-saving bone marrow transplant.
There are fears foreign workers will be employed to build the new £660m gas-fired power station at Staythorpe at the expense of local tradesmen.
Bingham Police Station was the height of modern architecture when it was built — prompting the then chairman of Nottinghamshire County Council to declare that promotion would be the only thing to attract officers away from the division.
A hockey club was able to train in Southwell for the first time in its ten-year history on Monday.
Thousands of people attended the third annual Newark Food and Drink Festival at the weekend.
More than 70 people looked round the treasury at Newark Parish Church as part of an open afternoon, but were unable to climb the tower.
A retired bank manager from Bingham is the first volunteer from the town to join an emergency response scheme.
A widow who was attacked in broad daylight in a Newark street says the men who went to help her are heroes.
A village youth club is restarting after two years.