A team of 18 from Derry Building Services in Newark are taking part in the Three Peaks Challenge today (Friday) to raise money for Parkinson’s UK.
Delays have cleared on the A1 southbound at Long Bennington following an earlier crash.
Household items and clothes donated to those who lost everything in the Grenfell Tower fire in London will be on sale in Newark Market Place tomorrow (Friday).
A Spitfire fly-past will be among the highlights of a fun day in Southwell.
A motorcycle owned by Lawrence Of Arabia will be on show at the National Civil War Centre, Newark, during a talk about his life.
A council has announced plans for short-stay parking in two carparks in Bingham to try to alleviate long-term issues of a lack of available spaces.
Prayers for peace were said in Newark Market Place on Sunday as people remembered victims of terror attacks at home and abroad.
Four students at Newark’s world-renowned violin-making school face deportation from the UK.
A couple who for many years worked in schools for children with special needs celebrate their diamond wedding today.
Firefighters from Sleaford put out an oil drum fire in Leadenham using a hose reel jet and a dry powder extinguisher.
About 100 games of cribbage were played in a 24-hour sponsored event to raise money for Newark Mind.
A family is continuing to search for an African Grey Parrot which flew away from the family home almost two weeks ago.
Plans for a new Gypsy and Traveller site in Newark look set to be scrapped.
People were seen fighting and walking into a busy road as they jostled for taxis on Saturday night, prompting calls to the police for help.
Nursery youngsters donned fancy dress to raise money for a children’s charity.
Engineers have fixed a problem with a level crossing barrier at Newark Castle station, which caused significant delays for motorists.
A company based in Newark teamed up with a charity to design one of the 16 show gardens at the inaugural RHS Chatsworth Flower Show.
A team from Highfields won this year’s Newark Schools Chess Competition.
Overhanging branches and grass will be cut back to improve safety on a road where a teenage cyclist was killed.
The Tour of Britain’s stage finish in Newark could benefit the town by around £250,000.
An initiative that helps unemployed people in a former coalfield area find work has been given a £4,393 grant.
The president of the Newark branch of the Royal British Legion has died, aged 90.
Heavy traffic has built up around Kelham Bridge as emergency repairs are carried out to a cable.
Thunderstorms and torrential rain could affect the Newark area today and tomorrow.