In this letter, a reader responds to another reader’s comments on climate change.
“I note with interest Newark Town Council’s latest budget discussions.”
Recently I received an “update” from Newark and Sherwood District Council and Active4Today regarding Southwell Leisure Centre.
“What a mess,” says this reader about the recent repairs to Queens Road in Newark.
In his most recent letter, Backing Up Climate Views, M. Bassey draws attention to the position of the historic Royal Society on climate change.
I note with interest Newark Town Council’s latest budget discussions.
Once again, a Newark independent retailer Hobson and Co, of Chain Lane, in the town centre has come out trumps.
Queen Street adjacent to Morrisons in Newark has been closed for nearly a year for repairs. It has just reopened upon completion of repairs.
The public has been given opportunity to submit views on the decision by Nottinghamshire County Council to permanently close Rufford Ford to vehicles.
We are excited to share updates about the Safer Streets initiative, a collaborative effort to tackle anti-social behaviour in our community.
M. Bassey’s letter, Backing Up Climate Views, is based on a well-known style of argument called ‘appeal to authority’.
A district fire station have posted a graphic showing the impact having doors open or closed can have on a house fire.
One wood pigeon, one blackbird! Where are all the nice colourful birds we used to have?
Newark is such a sad sight at the minute.
A reader was prompted to do some research into recent solar farm proposals.
An Advertiser reader says that the Prime Minister is wrong to “rob people of an early General Election”.
What concerns me most as a resident is how can we ensure that these additional funds are well spent.
Having read the article covering the Newark and Sherwood District Council debate over Newark Castle, the phrase that sprung to mind was two-faced.
Being an optimistic person can add another ten years to your life expectancy, according to new research carried out in the US.
One of our reader’s writes in regarding the planned development of the gatehouse at Newark Castle.