A man who suffered two cardiac arrests, including one in the ambulance on his way to hospital, has met the ambulance crew who saved his life.
A woman who was unconscious and had to be taken to hospital in a private car because there were no ambulances available has thanked those who helped her.
Parents who have enrolled their children into a free school are breathing a sigh of relief after the Government confirmed it could open in September.
A man was jailed for 12 years today for strangling a 16-year-old girl to death.
In her victim impact statement, which she read out in court, Hannah Pearson's mother, Dawn Pearson, said her daughter was beautiful and had excelled in every way.
Staff from a haulage company went back to school to help teach pupils the importance of road safety.
A maze made of maize opens to the public at Kelham Hall and Country Park tomorrow.
A replacement for a school’s buildings branded the worst in Nottinghamshire is to be constructed on land at London Road, Balderton.
Calls have been made for a change in Government policy on Traveller and Gypsy sites to allow a wider distribution between districts.
Awards recognising the dedication and achievement of students at Newark Academy were presented at a Celebrate Success Evening.
A former school head is volunteering at a world tournament for para athletes this week.
Book fans enjoyed a two-day literary treat when the new-look Newark Book Festival returned at the weekend.
A man who headbutted a customer in a village pub has been spared jail.
A care worker from Newark will represent the East Midlands in the finals of the Supermodel England competition.
A man who strangled a 16-year-old girl to death just hours after they met has been found guilty of her manslaughter.
With thousands expected at Wollaton Park for Splendour Festival on Saturday, organisers DHP Family, in association with Nottingham City Council, have issued some invaluable advice ahead of the big day.