A teenager has been selected as a finalist in a national beauty pageant.
A major restoration project will see the bells at a village church once more ring in all their glory.
A farming company has been fined £2,000 for the irresponsible disposal of around 10,000 chicken carcasses on woodland near Knapthorpe.
There are fears motorcyclists will be deterred from visiting Newark, affecting town-centre trade, due to a change in parking policy.
A developer will spend £48m building the first part of the Growth Point south of Newark.
Dogs, including 11-week-old Labrador Benson and their owners descended on Newark Showground at the weekend for a show about all things canine.
A man who drove without insurance, not wearing a seatbelt and not ensuring two child passengers were wearing theirs was fined at court.
A meeting will be held with a football club to decide the future of pitches in Southwell.
More than 700 members of the Scouting and Guiding movements took part in a St George’s Day parade through Newark on Sunday afternoon.
Police are seeking information as to the whereabouts of three guitars taken during a burglary at RST Music in Newark in the early hours of this morning (Thursday, April 27).
Weeks of planning and organisation went into a robbery at Andrew Michael's Jewellers, Newark.
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.
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.
Hundreds of civil war re-enactors will be in Newark this weekend for the third Pikes and Plunder festival.
The man tasked with getting Newark’s National Civil War Centre up and running has left to take on a new challenge in Yorkshire.
Ale enthusiasts can read about an historic Newark pub in a publication that looks at coaching inns on the Great North Road.
A charity fundraiser who has raised thousands over the years is preparing for his latest challenge.
The UK's premier road cycling race, the OVO Energy Tour of Britain, is coming to Newark.
An appeal has been launched to raise £105,000 to make a ward at Newark Hospital more dementia-friendly.
A man in his 60s was airlifted to hospital after a crash in Newark.