An Advertiser competition winner ensured her son had a birthday to remember as he officially opened a maze made of maize.
A five-metre high sculpture of a cyclist has been commissioned to mark the finish of stage four of the Ovo Energy Tour Of Britain in Newark.
A warning has been issued following a spate of thefts from Ford Transit vans in the Newark area.
A farmer posted a cheeky message to a thief who stole around 10 kilogrammes of potatoes from his field.
The Dementia Care Appeal at Newark Hospital received £5,000 from volunteers who run the outpatients refreshment bar.
A civil war re-enactment uniform and a 12ft pike were stolen from a camp site on Sunday night.
More victims of sexual assault have sought help to deal with their experiences after a rape victim spoke out about his ordeal.
More than 30 bands appeared at this year’s Deerstock festival.
Celebrities competed against each other in an archery competition in front of television cameras with Newark Castle as a backdrop.
Delays on the A46 between Farndon roundabout and Syerston have cleared.
Children at Serendipitys nursery in Balderton had a graduation ceremony ready for starting primary school in September.
The locations of mobile speed cameras across Nottinghamshire have been revealed for this week.
The chief executive of Yorkshire County Cricket Club was the guest of honour at the annual speech day for Highfields School, Newark.
An old horsebox has been given a new lease of life as a mobile Prosecco bar that will be providing plenty of cheer at events throughout the Advertiser area.
Floodlit race meetings could take place at Southwell Racecourse.
An eight-year-old boy with cerebral palsy has been helping to raise money to fund his intensive therapy course.
A student whose interest in keeping poultry started at a young age has earned a scholarship and placement job from a leading UK food business.
The MP for Newark has joined colleagues to push for action to improve safety on the A1.
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 maze made of maize opens to the public at Kelham Hall and Country Park tomorrow.
Staff from a haulage company went back to school to help teach pupils the importance of road safety.
A care home has been placed in special measures after it was rated inadequate by inspectors.
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 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.