A trio of cyclists are said to be making good progress as they attempt to cycle from Canada to Mexico.
Town councillors and residents have voiced concerns over all but one of 19 suggested sites for 1,900 homes in Southwell.
Noisy peacocks have won a reprieve and look set to stay at their village home.
A community-minded parish councillor has helped transform the outside of a pavilion after it was targeted by vandals.
People living on a Newark housing estate claim a much-needed clean-up of the area took place only because the company that manages council housing stock risked losing money and prestige.
A volunteer who devotes much of her time to community projects, including a village museum, has been named the Heritage Hero of the East Midlands.
Mobile toilets will be provided in Newark town centre for this weekend’s food and drink festival.
The bright Bank Holiday sunshine attracted an estimated 2,500 people to the Riverside Park in Newark for a summer picnic and brass band concert.
Around £100,000 has been spent equipping communities in Newark and Sherwood to deal with the immediate aftermath of flooding.
A talented young bowler has his sights set on winning national titles and hopes one day to represent England in the Commonwealth Games.
A GROUP that produces a free monthly magazine on tape for the blind, housebound and elderly is set to move into the 21st Century.
Up to half of Warner’s Paddock could be used to build the new Bingham health centre, if it is chosen as the preferred site.
A fast food restaurant is applying to stay open until the early hours of the morning, prompting residents’ fears that it could lead to anti-social behaviour.
Fears that a bus which provides services for people travelling to shop or work in Ollerton is to be axed have proved unfounded.
Architecture student from Bingham has returned from volunteering in Uganda, where she helped to build a medical centre to treat people with Aids.
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Residents have produced a series of proposals to try to end the misery caused by buses being driven through their estate.
Ladies’ Day attacted the biggest crowd for 15 years to Southwell Racecourse on Sunday.
A battery charger cable containing copper worth a couple of pounds as scrap was sawn and stolen, leaving the owner with just the plugs from each end.
A school that supports autistic children has been chosen as Nottingham Forest Football Club’s charity for the new season.