The closure of Superdrug was described as worrying by Kerri Saxby, who is the chairman of Newark Business Club.
Proposed plans build a £28m animal rendering factory will produce a bad smell and put visitors off, claimed a business owner.
Alex Mountain, of Philip Road, Newark, was sentenced at Nottingham Crown Court after he admitted making more than 53,000 images of children.
William Gladstone Church of England Academy was judged to be requiring improvement, but the inspection found the school to be rapidly improving.
A demolition notice has been put up on the front of the former coal merchants office on Cross Street, much to the sadness of local man Phil Ayling.
The changes to the development, proposed to build 38 dwellings, meant two housing types of the plan will be varied.
A frail shopper has appealed to Waitrose to be considerate of their elderly patrons after being hit with a parking fine.
Three super slimmers have been enjoying the festive season after shedding more than 21st between them.
The community group that brings together those who are hard of hearing has been given a new lease of life.
Robert Jenrick said although he was pleased to see its removal, that more needs to be done to address the issue.
Mr Duncan Rycroft, of Newark, expressed his frustrations to the Advertiser and said the dangers cannot be avoided.
The fallout over the purchase of the former Newark M&S store by Newark and Sherwood District Council continues.
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The first meeting of the Newark Town Fund group has been set for January.
Tom Workman, 35, of Sleaford Road, Newark, also admitted a charge of criminal damage to a window and a door.
Fate was a factor in bringing this long-standing Newark couple together.
Furniture-making students at Newark College added the finishing touches to eight Regency-style chairs they crafted.
Fosseway Writers, based in Newark, is encouraging people who have always wanted to write to make a new year’s resolution to join them next year.
This week's Nottingham Magistrates' Court listings have been released.
The meeting heard key criticism of the development included resident concerns over flooding and highway safety.