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.
Lincoln College, including its campuses at Newark and Gainsborough, has been rated good by Ofsted after its latest inspection.
A district councillor has accused a town council of attempting a land-grab over proposed changes to parish boundaries.
An appeal to raise money to make a ward at Newark Hospital more dementia friendly has reached £75,000.
A Royal Air Force Serviceman from Newark is about to begin his first season as part of the RAF Falcons Parachute Display Team.
Money was raised jointly for Cancer Research UK and improving a village’s sports facilities at a charity football match on Sunday.
Children have new play equipment thanks to Newark and Sherwood Homes, the company that manages council properties across the district.
Young people were pioneers of a new course designed to help those with disabilities become FA level-one coaches.
A 30-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of threats to kill following an incident in Yorke Drive, Newark.
Improvement works to replace worn-out carriageway on a stretch of A17 will start on Monday, April 23.
Plans for an iconic Lancaster Bomber sculpture welcoming visitors to and from Lincolnshire is set to be given the green light by councillors next week.
The locations of mobile speed cameras across Nottinghamshire have been revealed for this week.
I am writing this having just braved a swaying footbridge high across the River Ganges. The term ‘foot’ bridge is clearly a loose one as I have dodged cows, monkeys, motor bikes and a sea of people to get across.
A farm shop could relocate to the site of a car sales business, if planning permission is granted.
Two new permanent classrooms are to be created at Coddington Primary School before the end of the year.
A mother-of-two who wants women to have the best birthing experience possible has started new monthly antenatal classes in Newark.
The owner of a fledgling business in Newark will not be compensated for loss of trade she says has been caused by Severn Trent’s £60m sewer replacement scheme — because she is not in the immediate area of the works.