A man who used his phone for a 'prolonged period of time' whilst driving has been jailed for causing the death of a woman in an accident.Read the full story ›
A 50-year-old woman from Newark who was reported missing on February 13 has been found.
Molly Edge is reported to be safe and well.
Officers said they would like to thank the public for sharing and retweeting the appeal.
All lanes have now re-opened on the A46 southbound between Haddington and Swinderby after a lorry overturned.
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A46 southbound closed due to overturned lorry and recovery work between A1434 at Pennells Roundabout, Lincoln and A1133 Winthorpe Island, Newark.
Road remains closed for recovery work after a lorry overturned on Monday evening.
The road is expected to be closed for most of the morning.
A diversion route is over 33 miles long.
Traffic should head north on the A46 Lincoln Bypass, then take the A57 west to Markham Moor and the A1 south to rejoin the A46 at the Winthorpe Interchange at Newark.
Around 25 teachers are due to go on strike today and tomorrow over proposed job losses and alleged financial problems at The Newark Academy.
Unions held the first of six proposed days of strike action last week.
The Lincoln College Academy Trust says that job losses are being made due to 'staff over-provision'.
There are delays of up to two hours on Virgin Trains East Coast between Grantham and Newark North Gate due to broken down train.
The delays are likely to continue until 4pm.
A man who caused a multi-vehicle collision by using his phone behind the wheel of a lorry has been jailed.Read the full story ›
Police searching for a missing teenager have discovered a body in the River Trent at Nether Lock, Newark.
Identification has not yet taken place but the family of 18-year-old Curtis Nuttall have been informed. He was last seen at around 11.30pm on October 14th, leaving the Pound Pub, in Beastmarket Hill, Newark.
A Bomber Command Veteran lost his medals at service station somewhere near Newark, possibly Spital services. Help us find them - retweet pls
A service has been held to commemorate the deaths of ten Territorial Army soldiers near Newark forty years ago.
The Royal Engineers regiment sappers were on a night training exercise on the river Trent, when their boat went over the Cromwell Weir and capsized.
Only one man survived in what remains one-three-one Independent Parachute Squadron's biggest peacetime tragedy. Around a 100 people attended the service, including some who tried to rescue their comrades.