Newark and Sherwood District Council voted to reduce the bulky waste and white goods collection charges.
A man who dedicated this year to running 1,000 miles has been forced to take a fortnight break from his mission to undergo cardiology tests and rest.
Medical staff who go above and beyond for their patients were rewarded for their efforts.
A village memorial that honours those who fought and died in the first world war has been restored 100 years after it was built.
Specialist consultants have worked with Rushcliffe Borough Council to produce the designs for the new facility in line with the Bingham Masterplan.
The 100th home is part of a scheme near St Mary’s Gardens in Hawtonville, Newark, comprising seven affordable two-bedroom properties.
As the least artistic person I know, I have always shied away from tackling anything remotely creative.
A director at a mechanical and electrical engineering firm has praised its staff for their service to the company.
A look back at stories from the past, including Newark's first Remembrance Day in 1919.
A condition requiring affordable housing to be a part of planning consent for the redevelopment of a Newark estate has been dropped on legal advice.
People who turn to social media sites for tip runs are warned that they could end up in court.
The development was deferred by the district council in June for planning officers to negotiate a more appropriate design.
Six players from Newark Town Football Club and their manager Damo Parkinson are starting a 21-day vegan challenge today.
A new Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) has come into effect to deal with alcohol-related nuisance in Newark.
A workshop about how to re-purpose single-use plastics was organised by environmental campaigner Alexandra Abraham.
Newark District Scout and Guide Gang Show last took to the stage at the Palace Theatre in 1989, and some of the original members are reuniting.
Four men, including one from Newark, admitted charges arising out of an incident in which an ATM was ripped from the wall of a convenience store.
A Newark-born artist who went on to live a life of poverty in Guernsey is featured in a new exhibition at Newark Town Hall Museum.
A cycling club has called for safety changes to a railway crossing it says is lethal.
The Old Post Office pub, located on Kirkgate, will be re-opening on Saturday following a major investment of almost £250,000.