A host of activities were on offer at the National Civil War Centre on Saturday as part of the nationwide Being Human Festival of the Humanities.
Nearly £7,000 has been raised for a school’s young musicians through a Co-op community fund.
Thousands of pounds has again been raised for Children in Need from across the Advertiser area this year.
There will be four events across the weekend, including a free street theatre and a literature corner at Sunday’s Evening Christmas Market.
Christmas came early for the children of a village primary school.
A psychiatrist is set to publish a new science book for children.
A pre-school has been rated inadequate by the Office for Standards in Education.
More than 1,000 students and young people attended the Future First Expo at Newark Showground.
The Newark and Bingham MP visited a school to learn of its excellent rating in its Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools’ review.
Former military councillors have shared their support for the Armed Forces ahead of Remembrance Day.
Newark's newest school was paid a visit by the Newark MP.
The stories of mystery objects will be unfurled tomorrow (Saturday) as the National Civil War Centre welcomes metal detectorists.
Those with dreams of working in the force had a chance to quiz officers at a careers expo.
Pupils have received a donation of high-vis vests from a home-builder to mark Walk To School Month.
Schoolchildren were inspired to ‘keep dancing’ by a former TV star.