Gary Barlow will play a concert at Sherwood Pines, Edwinstowe, in June.
A total of 92 tappers from the Charlotte Hamilton School of Dance in Balderton took part in an attempt to break a world record on Sunday.
Two neighbours from Newark have each scooped a £1,000 cash prize through the People’s Postcode Lottery.
Donations of food to help people over the Christmas period are being accepted as part of a ‘reverse Advent calendar’.
The locations of mobile speed cameras across Nottinghamshire have been revealed for this week.
A trainee nurse will represent her country at a world modelling competition, in the Caribbean.
A former art teacher has swapped the landscapes of southern Italy for the architecture of historic Newark.
One of the stars of Newark Festival is returning to the town to headline the entertainment at the Christmas lights switch-on.
For many years people have become far more conscious of environmental issues and recognised the importance of recycling so as not to waste resources.
A former winner of Newark’s Got Talent is the star of a national advertising campaign.
Newark Rugby Club is appealing to members and supporters to vote for the Kelham Road clubhouse project in a national website poll.
The Urgent Care Centre at Newark Hospital could become an Urgent Treatment Centre from early next year in changes that could see the hospital become a centre of excellence.
A sign promoting chocolates and cigarettes, which could be 100 years-old, has been uncovered on the front of a shop.
A man whose uncle was killed on a sortie to Lutzendorf from RAF Balderton is hoping to visit the crash site to find out more about his uncle and comrades.
An after-school club is being launched at John Hunt Primary School, Balderton, by Nottinghamshire YMCA.
The Conservatives have regained control of Bingham Town Council after all three of its candidates were elected in yesterday's by-election.
Fundraising will be taking place in schools, offices and homes across the Advertiser area today for Children in Need.
A playing field that looks set to be lost to housing has been sold subject to contract.
A volunteering scheme that provides people in Nottingham-shire affected by cancer with emotional and practical support at home has helped its 500th patient.
Outstanding schools in Nottinghamshire have been praised for their commitment to educational excellence.
Military vehicle enthusiasts from the Newark area were in France during the Remembrance period to commemorate the first world war Battle of Cambrai.
An abstract watercolour depicting a man having a pint in a Newark pub will be displayed in a central London gallery from today.
A retired teacher who dedicated much of her life to volunteering in the community has died.
A violent teenager who has committed physical assaults and hurled racial and homophobic abuse has been served with a 12-month criminal behaviour order.