Anika Dickens and her friends completed 25 miles of hill-walking to raise money for Anika’s mum to receive treatment not available on the NHS.
The first sod was cut for a new primary school that will spark a bright new future for Newark’s last remaining infants’ school.
The government has granted licences for badger culling in 11 more areas, including Leicestershire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire.
The six Traveller families who live on the site at Winthorpe will go to the High Court in October to make their case.
Officer had intervened during a disagreement between Stephen Ravenscroft and a train station employee at Newark Castle.
The Advertiser has been contacted by concerned residents who feared work had already started despite planning permission not yet being granted.
The new name for William Gladstone Church of England Primary Academy has been announced.
The Advertiser was made aware some parents and children at the school were not social distancing on the pavements outside or allowing others to pass.
A collaborative bonus episode of On the Record at The National Archives to mark Battle of Britain Day will be released next week.
Public Health England has released the daily figures for Newark and Sherwood and Nottinghamshire.
The Advertiser was made aware it had been blocked off after the developer's proposals for 322 homes at the site were rejected at a planning committee.
The incident took place in the early hours of Friday (August 28) at Gedling Country Park on Spring Lane, Lambley.
Police were called to an address on London Road shortly before 2am this morning (Wednesday) to reports of a disturbance.
The trust runs Newark Hospital, King's Mill Hospital and Mansfield Community Hospital.
Newark MP Robert Jenrick spent some of his constituency day on Friday demonstrating his support for some of the town's suffering shops.
Notts Police is encouraging communities to help shape policing in their area by telling them 'what matters' through the its neighbourhood survey.
This week's Nottingham Magistrates' Court listings have been released.
Knitters are being asked to donate bunting to help show people still in isolation that people are thinking of them.
Afternoon tea has been such a passion for Annette Allington that she decided to take the plunge and turn it into a thriving business.
The bins were supposed to be emptied today, but the lorry used for harder to reach roads was off for repair.