A trusted company secretary who fraudulently pocketed £270,000 from a farm business will have to pay back just £1 because she spent it all.
Grove 16 won their first silverware in the Keith Cartledge Memorial Trophy and dedicated the victory to the Advertiser’s sports reporter, Rick Lane.
A father-and-son business team who falsely claimed their company’s bacon products were free range and locally produced have received suspended prison sentences.
A gang of armed robbers who raided a Newark jewellers were today sent to prison for a combined total of more than 80 years.
Severn Trent’s £60m project in Newark entered the tunnelling phase this week.
A businessman who had a £5,500 Rolex watch taken off him by customs officers at Luton Airport said they made him feel like a shoplifter.
The performer behind hit shows Vampire’s Rock and The Meatloaf Story will return to his home town with his latest production, Iconic, at Newark’s Palace Theatre next month.
The UK's premier road cycling race, the OVO Energy Tour of Britain, is coming to Newark.
Hundreds of civil war re-enactors will be in Newark this weekend for the third Pikes and Plunder festival.
Two Newark bowlers claimed a top title as the town’s indoor bowls centre hosted the sport’s week-long national finals for a 19th time.
Four neighbours collected a total of £150,000 after winning on the People’s Postcode Lottery.
Lay-bys on the A616 have become tipping grounds for waste on an industrial scale.
Burglars threatened the occupants of a Newark property before stealing gold rings, a watch, and a games console.
A comedy of manners from a more gentle age is the next production by Southwell Theatre Club.
The man tasked with getting Newark’s National Civil War Centre up and running has left to take on a new challenge in Yorkshire.