A teenager suffered a broken jaw and had his teeth wired in hospital after he was smacked in the face with a skateboard.
Swifts, swallows and martins are, for many, an evocative and welcome part of a typical British summer, writes Erin McDaid.
The usual Friday travel chaos across Newark has begun.
A unique tent has been delivered to a primary school as part of a nationwide contest.
Two charities have received more than £2,000 each as part of a fundraising effort by staff at a Newark distribution centre.
A woman who is dependant on consistent railway services claims recent timetable changes have virtually cut off her village.
There are delays in the Newark area today (Friday).
A council has voted to ban the giving of live animals as prizes, in any form, on its own land.
Fantastic reviews over the last 12 months have earned an Indian restaurant near Newark a place among favourites for the second year running.
A thunderstorm warning has been issued for Newark today (Friday).
A woman who coughed in the faces of paramedics while claiming she had covid-19 has escaped a prison sentence.
The family of a missing man have had no contact at all from him, which they say is highly unusual and makes them fear the worst.
A charity and a Newark mobility company have joined forces to help give a disabled man more independence.
Nottingham Forest Community Trust’s soccer schools will make their long-awaited return to Newark this August.
Covid cases have been confirmed in the district according to the latest from Public Health England, the largest rise of districts in Nottinghamshire.
A Nottinghamshire County Council pensions meeting was held up for eight minutes by Extinction Rebellion campaigners shouting from the public gallery.
Regarding the relocation of Newark Police Station, when this was first mooted, the chief constable said a move would save around £100,000 a year.
I remember with fondness, my father taking me in the 1960s to watch cricket at Worthington Simpson’s.
I had the misfortune of having to go to Newark Hospital early on Saturday morning with a possible fracture.
One regularly reads of customer-facing staff in a business getting abuse from members of the public. I can only concur, this is wrong.