A peaceful protest has been organised in a bid to save a popular Newark gym.
A production company is launching a funding campaign for its next independent feature film.
The Health Secretary is expected to hold a coronavirus press conference later today (Wednesday).
'My parrot destroyed it' are among the unusual reasons drivers have given the DVLA when asking for a replacement registration certificate.
Motorists could save £700 a year by changing how they drive, say experts, who suggest more thought must now be given to environmental footprints.
The winners of the annual Ollerton and Boughton Town Council scarecrow festival have been revealed.
Newark Cattle Market is currently being bulldozed.
A Freedom of Information Act request has revealed the true extent of Nottinghamshire's pothole crisis.
With Bonfire Night fast approaching here is how you can reduce your animals stress.
Waste management specialist Greenzone is one of the first businesses in the UK to be supported by Virgin Money to be more sustainable.
A road has been closed due to water main works.
Civil war soldiers once again invaded Newark at the weekend to give residents and visitors a taste of 17th Century life.
A manufacturing firm has announced 40 new jobs have been made available at its Newark factory.
Councillors banished from the Tory Party for harassing their clerk were relentlessly heckled by residents as they agreed to an improvement board.
The Newark Advertiser has put together a guide of half-term activities in Newark and Sherwood to help keep children of all ages entertained.
New covid cases have been confirmed in Newark and Sherwood and the NHS has called for stricter winter measures.
Traffic is still very slow around Fernwood as roadworks continue.
A woman has been injured following a two car road traffic collision in Newark tonight (Tuesday).
Pop group Duran Duran can be seen partying with celebrity doppelgängers inside Belvoir Castle for their latest music video.
A district and county councillor says he has been inundated with complaints from residents after temporary traffic lights were put in place.