I am getting so sick of reading about people moaning about plans for watersports on Balderton Lake.
Having read all the stories about the campaign to ‘save’ Balderton Lake I thought I would have a look at the plans — but couldn’t find any.
I was one of around 150 protestors at the annual meeting of Balderton Parish Council to protest against the YMCA’s plans for Balderton Lake.
Reports of the praise by the Home Secretary for the Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner on appointing new recruits are misleading.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has taken my council tax payment with their usual promptness.
I was pleased to read Newark MP Robert Jenrick had offered one of his homes to a refugee family fleeing the war being raged by Russia in the Ukraine.
I refer to the exorbitant salary of the Chief Executive of Newark and Sherwood District Council — £128,281.
Well, that’s it then. The NHS as we know it is gone forever.
I am getting a little tired of Partygate in the papers and on television.
Walking around Balderton Lake this morning I couldn’t believe how lucky we are to have this little oasis on our doorsteps.
Balderton Parish Council does not have to put Balderton Lake on to a single agenda because they are miracle workers!
Over the past few months I have been reading in the Advertiser about Nottinghamshire County Council’s plans to improve its system of road repairs.
I wonder how many more times I will have to walk past the stinking load of rubbish the Roaring Meg pub piles up in its outside storage area?
I have just skimmed through replies about support for the Prime Minister in the Advertiser poll.
I was surprised by the Advertiser report that the Integrated Rail Plan was to cut the number of train services that would stop at Newark Northgate.
Our government now has a new plan for energy the cornerstone of which. is an increase in nuclear capacity.
It fathoms me how Balderton Parish Council is made up of councillors who are so disconnected from their community and residents.
Remember when trams ran along our local streets? Did you have friends, family, ancestors who worked on these routes or in the depots?
If readers look at the detail of their recent council tax bill, the county council adult social care precept indicates an increase of 3%.
What a shock — prices are going up on our electric and gas bills. So how do we keep warm?