Beaumond House Community Hospice will be taking part in a special week to raise the profile of hospice care.
The plan was put together by a newly-created steering group after the district council declared a climate emergency in June.
The primary school officially opened its new £20,000 outdoor classroom, created for their foundation unit pupils.
Katherine Hyman was told at school she was not allowed to pursue art as a career but now has a master's degree in fine art.
A frustrated resident has had limited access to his home for five months after asbestos was illegally dumped in his garden.
Mr David Watts has promised to take action to halt climate change and keep Britain in the European Union, if elected as Lib Dem candidate.
A yellow weather warning for rain has been issued by The Met Office.
Truckfest rolls into the Newark Showground for the season finale this year on Saturday and Sunday for another spectacular event.
Thousands of pounds were raised at coffee mornings across the Advertiser area in the fight to conquer cancer.
Newark Town Council has been given the powers to continue operating a museum after it emerged it was running illegally for more than 20 years.
The Newark Dragon Boat Festival was so successful - raised £28,274 - it has been decided that it will be held annually.
Police are appealing for help in identifying three offenders after they targeted a business on Wednesday at around 11.45pm.
Police are appealing for information after a black Felt mountain bike was stolen from Collingham.
The care home was inspected by the Care Quality Commission in July because it was notified of an incident.
Newark has been awarded the Least-Littered Environment in the East Midlands trophy along with its gold accolade in East Midlands in Bloom.
Two men were seen acting suspiciously after the theft of a Suzuki RMZ 250 motorbike on Tuesday.
Firefighters were sent to the scene of the incident on Wednesday at 9.41pm.
Asda, Morrisons, Tesco and Aldi are among supermarkets recalling the products in question.
YMCA Newark and Sherwood and Tall Ships Youth Trust round-the-UK voyage is now past its halfway point and the crews have shared their experiences.
Officers have received a number of reports of attempted break-ins this week and urge residents to be aware of potential burglars.