Television favourite Alan Titchmarsh has been busy transforming the Fern-wood garden of war hero Nathan Cumberland as part of the show Love Your Garden.
A former peacekeeper in Kosovo has hit out at the bureaucracy that left him and his 13-year-old daughter homeless.
A significant rise in crime rates has been defended by police.
The full programme has been revealed for Newark Book Festival, which will bring together 39 authors, poets and illustrators alongside musicians, storytellers, stallholders and performers.
MMA fighter Regis Sugden says he is in better shape than ever before as he prepares to return to the cage following a long-term injury.
A groundsman involved in football for more than 60 years has won a county award.
The Advertiser has for the second time worked with Newark’s William Gladstone Church of England Primary Academy to help pupils produce their own newspaper, the Gladstone Gazette.
A dog owner is appealing for people to lookout for her missing pet, Coco.
A development providing housing for older people with additional support needs has been officially opened in Newark.
A moat created to defend Newark Castle during the English Civil War has been revealed as part of sewer works in the town.
A persistent offender who admitted breaching a criminal behaviour order on two occasions was jailed for 20 weeks by Nottingham magistrates.
Grove 16 manager Matt Wade said he was proud of his team, despite a heavy loss in the final of the Notts Sunday Junior Cup.
Fourteen teams took part in the second round of the Newark Schools Chess Competition.
Plans have been backed for a full-size Lancaster Bomber sculpture next to the A46.
Sir Robert and Lady Hildyard stroll through the bluebells growing in the grounds of their Flintham Hall home.
The people of Newark deserve to feel safe and protected by the police, town councillors were told.