This week's Nottingham Magistrates' Court listings have been released.
A pedestrian crossing got the green light from town councillors.
He was witnessed in the act by a fellow customer who captured the photo evidence that enabled the district council to identify the offender.
Angry residents pleaded with town councillors to protect one of the town’s most desirable properties.
In a letter anonymously submitted to the Advertiser, residents of the Newark road outlined their concerns — speeding drivers and loud vehicles.
The increase, which will see more money going into services and rainy day reserves, was approved on Monday.
Bentley, of Priestly Court, St Stephens Road, Ollerton, made over £7,500 from deposits his victims provided for a false property.
The teen set the bedroom fire, threatened two victims with a shard of glass, as well as pulling two people's hair and biting another.
Twisted Nose Gin, created by a Southwell-born distiller, was given the accolade of the world’s best design at the World Gin Awards.
A man wants to trace a memorial to a fallen Newark soldier from the worst defeat suffered by the British Army during the Victorian era.
Jay Parkinson, of London Road, Newark, was also barred from entering any retail premises in Newark town centre aside from five including Aldi.
The Holden family have said they hope people will support the new company's managing director who worked at Holdens for the past four years.
The company was left with a bill of more than £35,000 after burglars targeted the site on three occasions.
The party was in Northern Italy for less than 48-hours, just enough time for pupils to be measured for ski boots, before returning home.
A new exhibition at a Newark gallery focuses on the abstract nature of wildlife.
A new café based in a village hall aims to fill the gap between school and nursery picking-up times.
A Newark lorry driver has been handed an eight-month suspended sentence and 200 hours of unpaid work.
A major collection of artwork has been given to Newark Town Hall Museum by its owner.
HOPE Not Hate has challenged the Conservatives to suspend a number of serving councillors.
The daughter of a care home resident says she feels she was treated badly by the home during her mother’s illness and since her death there.