The Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire said officers should form closer relationships with the vigilante groups that aim to trap paedophiles online.
A paramedic returned from a 12-hour night shift to find her car had been vandalised in the Newark Ambulance Station carpark.
Restoration work has been completed to a church organ believed to be one of only two in England that can be powered by water.
Instruments made at the world-renowned Newark School Of Violin Making will be played at an annual concert next month.
Thousands of meals have been provided free to charities by a Balderton supermarket that is aiming to eliminate food waste.
A long-distance cycling specialist is taking to the saddle again to raise money for the Rumbles Catering Project charity.
A mobile phone app will be used to measure the number of hours carried out by sports club volunteers.
The locations of mobile speed cameras across Nottinghamshire have been revealed for this week.
Household waste continues to focus our minds as we look to ensure that we recycle more and continue to deal with the issues that affect our environment.
A 12-year-old boy is among the first nominees for a county award highlghting the outstanding achievements of young people.
Painted stones that were hidden in the grounds of Newark Castle have been found as far away as Australia.
Students from the Charlotte Hamilton School of Dance, based in Balderton, will take part in a gala showcase at the Palace Theatre, Newark, on April 28 and 29.
A charity that helps older people continue to live at home without being isolated received a donation of £6,580 from the Lincolnshire Co-op.
A month-long exhibition of work by two artists features scenes of Newark — some of which are more well-known than others.
The owner of Kelham Hall is expanding facilities for business and leisure.
Hundreds of members of the Scouting and Guiding organisations will take part in St George’s Day parades in Southwell and Newark this weekend.
More than a quarter of ambulance staff in the region have been abused or suffered physical violence from patients, relatives or the public.
A total of 25 bags of rubbish were collected, along with two traffic cones, at a flash mob litter-pick.
A 35-year-old man whose behaviour towards his former partner made her feel like a prisoner in her own home has been spared an immediate prison sentence.
An environmental theme was used for the Nearly Instant Theatre Session at Magnus Church of England Academy, Newark, during the Easter holidays.
The custody suite at Newark Police Station was the most used of the three left in Nottinghamshire at the time it was mothballed, a Freedom of Information request by the Advertiser revealed.
Demands have been made for the chief constable and Nottinghamshire’s police and crime commissioner to explain how policing will be reinforced in Newark after a series of serious incidents.
A 30-year-old man has appeared in court following an incident which saw a Newark road closed on Monday evening.
More than nine out of ten parents in Nottinghamshire secured a place at their first choice primary school for their children in September.