Rower Ashley Cowley believes he is finding form at the right time after being selected to compete in his third Home International.
A talented cricketer is hoping to follow her dreams by representing her country on the world stage later this year.
Teenage cyclist Isabel Darvill produced one of the most significant results of her career to date.
Crime has increased year-on-year in Newark and Sherwood, according to the latest police recorded figures.
It was a case of third time lucky for road markings on a Newark town-centre street.
The second Newark Traditions Festival takes place from Friday until Sunday.
Options for development on Newark’s Lincoln Road playing fields have been revealed to residents.
Morrison's is introducing a quieter hour for customers who would benefit from a calmer shopping experience.
A man who killed his long-term partner called 999 and told the operator God was telling him to do it, Nottingham Crown Court was told on Friday.
Marks & Spencer has pulled out of a deal at the eleventh hour to be the anchor of a major retail park development in Newark.
Educational work at Southwell Minster and Archbishop’s Palace has been recognised with a national award.
A major campaign to make Newark and Sherwood a cleaner, safer and greener place to live, work and visit is being launched today.
A man has died following a collision between two lorries in the southbound carriageway near Markham Moor this morning.
Boxer Tom Cowling is hoping to forge a successful career after signing his first professional contract.
A Green Flag award has been given to Newark Cemetery for the first time, recognising the area as being among the best kept in the country.
A proposal to alter the way podiatry surgery is delivered has been described as a missed opportunity to make Newark Hospital more sustainable.
Children armed themselves with speedguns on a busy road near their school in an effort to get drivers to slow down.
A collision involving two lorries has closed a section of the A1 southbound.
Technical problems which caused issues at level crossing barriers outside Newark Castle station have been fixed.
A horse and a pony were reported missing from paddocks in two village on the same day.
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.