Firefighters have been busy rescuing people and animals from the flooding across the Newark area.
There was lots of spookily good fun last night as ghosts and ghouls took part in a 5k Fright Night run in aid of Beaumond House Community Hospice.
John Gillespie, a retired maths teacher who enjoys problem-solving, has come up with a detailed proposal for the cattle market roundabout.
The café has moved just round the corner from Chain Lane to a larger space in the town centre.
Alexandra Abraham, of Newark, has started making ecobricks — plastic bottles stuffed tightly with single-use plastics.
The temporary move will now be made permanent with the speed limit reduced.
A Newark man was also fined after he threatened a person at a well-known Newark bar.
The annual All Souls' Day, a traditional commemoration in Poland, allows families to place lit candles on the graves of their loved ones.
Nicholas Hird, 57, of Harcourt Street, Newark, caused the death of Angela Dowd last year when taking children from a nearby school on a trip.
The initiative was launched after a debate at the national Labour Party conference.
Janice Holmes, of Newark, was named one of eight winners of the SJL Foundation award at the Houses of Parliament.
Stephen Mangan and Joan Bakewell are back presenting a new series of Landscape Artist Of The Year, and you may recognise some familiar faces.
The ten-year plan, if successful, would see the town act 20 years faster than the Government’s target of 2050.
A look back at stories from the past, including celebrations in Balderton.
A round-up of this week's Nottingham Magistrates' Court listings.
The review surveyed 288 patients which scored Newark Hospital's UCC and King’s Mill Hospital's Emergency Department.
Jim Auton, 95, of Newark, has been called a true friend of Poland and thanked by thousands of Poles for his bravery.
Pat Eason, 69, of Windsor Road, Newark, started working at the well-known butchers when she was 21.
The petition was brought forward by resident campaigner, Paul Baggaley, who said the council would benefit in hard cash.
Paul Baggaley, secretary of Newark Sports Association, voiced concerns over a rise in the threshold of signatures needed to debate a petition.