The district council planning committee said Arkwood should have practised what the council preaches when submitting plans.
Sam Derry was, by all accounts, a modest gentleman but he left a legacy of service and bravery.
The £100,000 campaign will be launched tomorrow with a Hospice Hearts installation.
A business has supported a national charity as it adapts to the ongoing challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic.
It is due to take place on Thursday, May 20, at 7pm.
Nottinghamshire County Council has supported the distribution of PPE as a partner in the Local Resilience Forum.
They are aiming to complete the 6,500-mile effort on April 17 — a month ahead of schedule.
An amnesty brought about by coronavirus allowing pubs and restaurants to put up gazebos in outdoor spaces without permission has been extended.
They were all last seen at around 4pm on Wednesday, April 14.
The assault was reported to have happened near the Hearty Goodfellow pub, Southwell, at around 11pm Monday.
A number of independent businesses have joined a food delivery service which launches in Newark today.
It would appear that Newark Police Station will move further away from the population it is meant to serve.
I can understand why H. Jowett would be upset by the findings of the survey on medical abortions. The results were presented in such a way to do that.
A former police constable who refused to leave policing behind despite being confronted by a man with a machete has been thanked for her dedication.
Well done Mr Bartlett on the letter regarding the state of the town centre (Urgent Life-saving Surgery Needed, News Views). I totally agree.
I have no objections to cyclists on our roads, however, it saddens me to see a designated path for cyclists ignored.
In reply to Paddy Tipping’s comments about improving cyclists' safety, cyclists are putting drivers at risk by not wearing high-visibility clothes.
Public Health England has released the daily figures for Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire.
Newark Dementia Carers Group thanks Waitrose, Asda and Mrs P. Richardson for their kind donation of Easter eggs to the group members.
On Sunday morning on April 11 I absent-mindedly left my walking stick in Homebase, Newark, in the timber rack area.