Sainsburys is seeking permission to build a supermarket on the edge of Southwell. They say it will be good for the town — I wonder, will it?
I read with interest of the opening of a community hub at Chatham Court, Albert Street, Newark.
Could I appeal to your readers for help in tracing two friends?
How absurd the council is looking to chop down trees and tear up green space to create a few extra car parking spaces.
I read Mr Southgate’s letter, Green Energy Questioned with interest as a good example of the pocketful of mumbles that I mentioned in my letter.
Addressing the traffic jams on the roads circuiting Newark is long overdue and welcome (We’re Working On It, Advertiser, September 2).
If anything proved the need for more work to be done on Newark’s roads, then Friday was it.
Newark has come into its own as a result of the pandemic, the loosening of regulations of serving food outside and efforts made to revive the market.
Readers are possibly conscious of the inquiry against two well-known Bingham councillors John Stockwood and Francis Purdue-Horan.
I have just renewed my home energy contract and am astonished by the increase in cost, much of which is hidden green tariffs.
I find the shabby treatment of Simmos by our elected representatives an absolute disgrace. They never reply to our letters, emails or phone calls.
Mr T. Fox is right to bring the Election Bill to our notice (Democracy Fear, News Views August 12).
A poetic tribute, written in 2001, for the approaching 20th anniversary of 9/11.
People are very quick to criticise so I wanted to give credit where credit is due to Newark Town Council.
There is much discussion and posturing going on in the run-up to the climate conference in November.
Our oceans are under threat like never before and if our oceans die, we die.
Now we know we cannot trust the government.
More and more businesses are tending to refuse cash payments.
For months, part of the hedge along Lowfield Lane was overlapping the whole pavement, meaning everyone walking there had to step on to the road.
Chief Constable Craig Guilford states that the present police station is, and always was, under-utilised.