An art exhibition showcasing more than 10,000 poppies has raised £11,800 for charity.
Teachers at the Sir Donald Bailey Academy, Newark are leading by example to bring greater expertise to the classroom.
Officers completed their initial investigations but have been unable to identify the man despite all of the necessary forensic and DNA examinations.
A youth engagement event in Newark has reached new heights.
Nottinghamshire Police have confirmed a man has died following reports of a gas explosion.
A 31-year-old man has been successfully prosecuted by the Environment Agency after being found guilty of fishing without a licence in October 2018.
Hospital chiefs are to attend a public meeting next week to update the community on developments at Newark Hospital.
AFTER a few tough weeks of deliberations, the finalists for each catergory of Newark Business Awards can now be revealed.
A man has been jailed after a gas-powered tool was used to blow up a cash machine during a burglary in Balderton.
Nottinghamshire Police is on the lookout for imaginative names with the arrival of three new dog cars.
An expert in childhood cancer warns that life-saving changes to European clinical trials regulations won’t benefit children in the UK after Brexit.
Illegal dumping continues to cause problems for Nottinghamshire Police.
It's National Pet Day, and here at the Newark Advertiser, we love pets and we'd love to see your photos of your four-legged., or two-legged, friends.
Snacks and sweet treats were stolen from a food store in Newark.
A Fernwood resident, who did not want to be named, caught the confused driver on his dash cam footage.
Firefighters were called into action in the early hours of the morning after a tree set alight.
Two men have been sentenced after admitting receiving two stolen vehicles which officers found in Boughton Industrial Estate.
Newark Police were involved in a foot chase during a recent arrest.
East Midlands Trains will no longer be operated by Stagecoach, but will be operated by Dutch-owned Abellio from August this year until 2027.
Nottinghamshire County Council is to spend £5m on the outright purchase of Via East Midlands, which provides the county’s highways and fleet services.