Angry relatives of residents at Friary Fields care home have spoken out after their loved ones were moved without their knowledge.
Kelham Hall owner Jonathan Pass, has applied to turn the building into a luxury 103-bedroom hotel— an increase on the original 71 bedrooms proposed.
An elderly woman who was assured by her housing association she did not have a water leak in her loft is now living with a collapsed ceiling.
The man who set up the English Defence League’s (EDL) Newark division admitted threatening behaviour with intent to cause a man alarm or distress.
Tracey and Paul Benson, of Leo's Play Centre, have decided to sell the business after the premises was broken into for the fourth time.
A woman who set fire to a hospital bed was conditionally discharged for three years at Nottingham Magistrates' Court.
The twelfth annual Newark Patriotic Fund ball took place in the Cedric Ford Pavilion at Newark Showground on Saturday evening.
A frustrated resident has had limited access to his home for five months after asbestos was illegally dumped in his garden.
The care home was inspected by the Care Quality Commission in July because it was notified of an incident.
Resident Allan Sanders said the amount of waste left in the park has become preposterous.
The level of funding the YMCA has made towards its national flagship Community and Activity Village in Newark has been called into question.
All food businesses are given a hygiene rating from zero to five, with a rating of at least three indicating they are broadly compliant.
A THIEF with a lengthy record was jailed at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court for stealing spirits.
The progress of the YMCA Community and Activity Village was outlined to a district council policy and finance committee.
The application which has already been approved went under review at a policy and finance committee meeting.
It has emerged the museum has been operating illegally for more than 20 years.
The case of a man accused of causing the death of 60-year-old woman while driving a coach has been committed to Nottingham Crown Court.
The agricultural society was criticised by the Countryside Alliance who claim it was an opportunity for animal rights extremists.
The finance and general purposes committee described the event as the most appalling thing.
The chain has gone full circle and once again agreed to become the anchor of a proposed development.