Children armed themselves with speedguns on a busy road near their school in an effort to get drivers to slow down.
More than three million tonnes of gravel can now be extracted from a mine near Newark after permission was granted today (Tuesday).
A black-tie ball in honour of five-year-old Liam Andrew, who is being treated for a rare incurable brain tumour, raised £18,500.
A new company that aims to help students travel the world while studying for a degree through online universities has been launched by a local company.
A top researcher from Sheffield University will be the guest speaker at a special afternoon organised by the Newark District branch of Parkinson’s UK today (Monday).
A head lad entrusted with the care of a horse that was a steeplechasing legend has died at the age of 83.
A disabled man with mobility problems has criticised a decision to permanently close a doctors’ practice carpark.
A mother-of-four from Newark is encouraging others to join the Army Reserve after recently passing her basic military training.
Pupils’ creativity and film-making skills were rewarded at an annual awards ceremony at Newark Academy.
Judges cast an eye over Newark’s floral displays as they inspected the town for this year’s East Midlands In Bloom competition.
An exhibition of hand-made jewellery complemented with paintings by two artists is on show in the Spotlight Gallery of Newark Town Hall Museum and Art Gallery.
Saturday sees the return of a town’s premier music festival.
The owners of a closed Newark pub are looking for a new landlord to reinvigorate the venue, which is set for £400,000-worth of investment.
Traffic issues were the main concern as town councillors objected to plans for 62 homes off Bowbridge Road, Newark.
Information is wanted about flash flooding that hit Sutton-on-Trent to try to ensure it does not happen again.
The charity-based boutique music festival Deerstock returns on July 20 and 22.
Five young ballet dancers have been chosen to perform in a production of Cinderella In Hollywood at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham.
Furniture-maker students at Newark College are concentrating on a rare commission to make eight Regency-style chairs for the National Trust.
A Newark man was on target as he represented England at the first Slingshot World Cup.
A group completed the Three Peaks Challenge in less than 24 hours, raising more than £12,000 for two charities.
A teenager whose father died from a rare form of cancer is preparing for a 1,000-mile charity bike ride in his memory.
A keen supporter of Newark Book Festival is to be remembered at this year’s event.
A farmer whose sheep formed the shape of a giant bicycle (above) as Tour of Britain helicopters flew overhead last year is the inspiration for a new competition linked to the race when it returns to the Newark area in September.
Football fan Joe Bass was among thousands of England supporters in Moscow on Tuesday as England won their first World Cup penalty shoot-out.