Staff from a council’s arms’ length housing management company have been welcomed back in-house.
The launch happened at Newark Rugby Club whose facilities will be home to the first cohort of players signing up to a BTEC sports course.
Alex Abraham put together a film for the charity that provides specialist bereavement services for young people.
Training courses in three schools are being proposed after the district was ranked at the foot of the table for social mobility in Great Britain.
Football academy coach Andy Reid is staying on in Newark, despite returning to the club where he made 290 appearances as a player.
In the 100 years since the Palace Theatre opened in Newark, it has seen good times and bad, but it remains at the heart of the town.
The decision was made at a district council committee meeting where members were updated the garden waste collection service.
Two brothers, who are at loggerheads over the future of land which has been in the family for six centuries, are in a bitter High Court battle.
Fifty cans of spray paint were used to create a new 65ft-long art mural.
Anger has greeted a decision to introduce charges at a previously free carpark.
A householder has placed vermin traps in his garden in a bid to stop a growing population of rats.
The clean-up was announced at a leisure and environment meeting, where it was revealed that more than 300 examples of graffiti had been identified.
There was £20,000 damage done to pontoons after the Selby Michael went adrift on Sunday night.
After ticking along nicely for many years, a unique museum is ringing the changes.
The district council-appointed officer will supervise the distribution of Heritage Action Zone money over four years.
The festive scheme, part of a Visit Newark and Sherwood initiative, hoped to boost awareness of the district's offerings over the Christmas period.
This week's Nottingham Magistrates' Court listings have been released.
Wayne Radford, of Cranmer Road, Newark, admitted common assault for the incident that happened in a car in July of last year.
An MP is concerned that a tribute to world war two Lancaster bomber crews could be blighted by an animal rendering plant.
The Newark Towns Fund Board had its inaugural meeting to look at how the town should spend up to £25m to boost its performance and potential.