The family of a little boy with an incurable brain tumour say the kindness and generosity from the community has been amazing.
Six students are to begin their Oxbridge studies later this year after a successful A-Level results day at the Minster School, Southwell.
A campaign launched by Advertiser sport reporter Warwick Lane to encourage people to join a stem cell register got under way on Sunday.
A barber shop could become one of the first in the East Midlands to give customers the chance to enjoy a pint while they have a haircut.
The services provided by Sherwood Forest Hospitals Foundation Trust have been rated as good following inspections by the Care Quality Commission.
An eight-year-old who had a liver transplant to save his life when he was a baby has won two gold and two silver medals at the British Transplant Games.
Teenage archer Paige Jones has a place in the Great Britain squad in her sights after winning medals at a national event.
Networkers can join a summer sizzler gourmet barbecue at The Ram, Castlegate, Newark, later this month.
Repair work to Kelham Bridge has all gone to plan and completed two weeks early.
A theatre company that aims to make the works of Shakespeare more accessible is to perform in a pub garden at Farndon a week tonight.
The A46 Newark bypass has re-opened following a five-vehicle collision this morning.
If you have a dream, go for it, says Hayley Schofield.
After growing up thinking he was an only child, a man was reunited with his long-lost family after 67 years.
Hundreds of runners took part in Newark Half-marathon this morning which was won by John Hobbs, 40, from Leeds-based Valley Striders AC.
Friends of florist Jadi Best have organised a fundraising day on Saturday to raise money towards vital cancer treatment for her.
More volunteers are needed to help primary school children build their confidence and develop a love of reading.