A man who bludgeoned his long-term partner to death with a rolling pin and then stabbed her eight times in the back with a kitchen knife has been sent to prison for nine years and four months.
More than 2,500 people have taken part in a campaign launched to train and educate people in life-saving skills.
Ten young people made digital clocks to help people with dementia at four care homes.
An actor who swapped the stage for film school has completed shooting three short works within a month, ready for a London premiere.
Chilli farmers Bob and Neal Price, of Rolleston, are opening their farm for charity on Sunday.
A college have seen a 100% pass rate for the sixth consecutive year after another successful A-Level results day.
A wheelchair basketball player has received the grades she needed to secure her place at university.
Students at Magnus Church of England Academy, Newark, have secured a 100% pass rate in A* to C grades.
A school have their first ever Oxford student after pupil A-Level success increases again.
The family of a little boy with an incurable brain tumour say the kindness and generosity from the community has been amazing.
A new drop-in service in Newark helps people get the best from their local health and care services.
A student from Newark has gained three A*s in maths, further maths and French at the Sir William Robertson Academy, Welbourn.
Six students are to begin their Oxbridge studies later this year after a successful A-Level results day at the Minster School, Southwell.
An eight-year-old who had a liver transplant to save his life when he was a baby has won two gold and two silver medals at the British Transplant Games.
A barber shop could become one of the first in the East Midlands to give customers the chance to enjoy a pint while they have a haircut.
A campaign launched by Advertiser sport reporter Warwick Lane to encourage people to join a stem cell register got under way on Sunday.