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Lots of words, little action

25 November 2021
Lots of words, little action

Lots of words, little action

25 November 2021

Micheal Bassey’s letter Powerful Words was a perfect example of my prediction that lots will be said at COP26 but questioned how much will be done.


Not so simple

25 November 2021
Not so simple

Not so simple

25 November 2021

You Can Still Still Your GP (Advertiser, November 18). It’s not quite as simple as it seems.


Details needed

25 November 2021
Details needed

Details needed

25 November 2021

I am acting on behalf of the authorities at the United Nations Memorial Cemetery, Busan, South Korea, where over 800 British Servicemen are buried.


Stay safe

25 November 2021
Stay safe

Stay safe

25 November 2021

The dark nights are here and so is the return of the game of trying to spot cyclists in dark clothes and no lights, and trying to avoid them.


Pressing ahead with plans

18 November 2021
Pressing ahead with plans

Pressing ahead with plans

18 November 2021

I thought we had heard the last of this devolution of councils, but the Tory Nottinghamshire County Council is raising it again in another form.


Many thanks

18 November 2021
Many thanks

Many thanks

18 November 2021

My wife and I attended the Newark’s armistice ceremony and I would like thank Newark Town Band, which provided the accompaniment to a moving ceremony.


Definition of road repairs questioned

18 November 2021
Definition of road repairs questioned

Definition of road repairs questioned

18 November 2021

I think Nottinghamshire County Council really needs to get a new dictionary in light of the article County’s Pothole Repairs Revealed.


Booster issues

18 November 2021
Booster issues

Booster issues

18 November 2021

My wife and I were due for a booster covid injection. I hadn’t heard anything so I telephoned 119.


Represent views

18 November 2021
Represent views

Represent views

18 November 2021

Congratulations to J. Harding and H. Dunne on their excellent letters regarding the proposed destruction of trees next to Newark Library.


Costly u-turn

18 November 2021
Costly u-turn

Costly u-turn

18 November 2021

So Newark and Sherwood District Council has bowed to public pressure and made a u-turn over the London Road carpark trees.


Peace shattered

12 November 2021
Peace shattered

Peace shattered

12 November 2021

The library study area, which looks out on the tranquil garden of the old register office, has always been a peaceful spot to sit and read.


Statement raises questions

12 November 2021
Statement raises questions

Statement raises questions

12 November 2021

The district council chief executive has released a statement to explain the decision to remove the green space and mature trees next to the library.


Future in doubt

12 November 2021
Future in doubt

Future in doubt

12 November 2021

Regarding the campaign to save trees, which Newark and Sherwood Council is so keen to destroy, I can’t stop thinking about a comment by Roger Blaney.


Dismayed by lack of parking spaces

12 November 2021
Dismayed by lack of parking spaces

Dismayed by lack of parking spaces

12 November 2021

I was dismayed to read about the proposed development of the former M&S. It includes 29 flats and small retail units, but only 15 parking spaces.


Steps needed

12 November 2021
Steps needed

Steps needed

12 November 2021

Yet another woman has lost her life to a man. Measures must be put in place to protect women.


Back to school

12 November 2021
Back to school

Back to school

12 November 2021

Is it just me or is anybody else sick of Greta Thunberg?


Peace shattered

12 November 2021
Peace shattered

Peace shattered

12 November 2021

The library study area, which looks out on the tranquil garden of the old register office, has always been a peaceful spot to sit and read.


Powerful words

05 November 2021
Powerful words

Powerful words

05 November 2021

Mr Sheppard expresses his disdain for COP26 by writing “lots will be said, but how much will be done?” (News Views, October 14), writes a reader.


Members left high and dry

05 November 2021
Members left high and dry

Members left high and dry

05 November 2021

When you read about the closure of the Sports Direct gym they probably imagined members to be youngish “gym bunnies” with fit bodies, says a reader.


Double standards

05 November 2021
Double standards

Double standards

05 November 2021

Not only is the government putting up National Insurance to cover care, but council tax will rise as well, writes a reader.


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