An event being held this evening will give tenants and leaseholders the opportunity to talk about issues in the area.
Council leaders have again refused to revisit their decision to cancel a popular, traditional 40-year-old Christmas market.
A football club that is raising money for men's health has shown its efforts for Movember.
Newark’s dedicated shop theft officer has vowed to continue taking action against the town’s thieves.
Utility Repair and Maintenance Works are currently being carried out and are expected to continue for several more days.
The former chairman of Wilko has said she was devastated by the collapse of Wilko’s while facing questions over how it failed.
There is a host of festive events at Southwell Minster over the coming weeks to help people into the Christmas spirit, including drama to music.
Around £5m in costs have been added to Nottinghamshire County Council’s budget after the Government increased the national minimum wage.
A registered sexual offender has been jailed after sending inappropriate messages to a 14-year-old girl.
It has been a long time coming but a golfer has got onto his club's honours board after becoming matchplay champion.
A Fire Station has raised over £850 from a Christmas open day which will see the money go to The Fire Fighters Charity.
With the festive season fast approaching, online shopping becomes a bustling hub for gift hunters.
A mother of two has opened a tiney home nursery to give children a home-from-home environment.
A primary school has noted its delight after being rated ‘good’ by Ofsted following an inspection.
85 businesses took part in the third annual Economic Growth Conference.
A forest of festive fun is taking shape for the return of a Christmas Tree Festival for its 15th year this week.
An exhibition featuring limited edition photographic prints opened today at a gallery in the town centre.
Festive light displays have become a tradition for many, and after visiting the Christmas at Belton trail I have no trouble understanding why.
A cafe is thankful for the support of the community following a break-in.
Ten play parks across the district are open to the public after undergoing an investment of almost £350,000.