It seems Nottinghamshire County Council is to invest in a start-up energy company.
The NSPCC has been calling for legislation to protect children from grooming, abuse and harmful content online, since 2017.
I expect that in December last year no one could have seen how 2020 would have panned out.
It is hard to believe that Newark and Sherwood District Council has again had a plan that makes no sense.
I am naturally pleased that Nottinghamshire has been given a sizeable government grant for schemes to encourage cycling and walking.
I am a member of a local cycling group and we have consistently made our needs for cross-town cycle lanes known.
I was interested to see Dr Bassey’s letter Testing Is Crucial Part Of Science, responding to my letter Pandemic Is Case Of Guess And Test.
Public health chiefs are concerned that the relaxation of restrictions at Christmas could lead to a large spike in new cases and another lockdown.
Many years ago the Advertiser featured an article regarding a £100,000 vehicle that would be used to clear drains and detect any that were damaged.
A very sincere thank you to the young lady who came to my assistance after a fall in Whitfield Street, Newark.
Because covid-19 could make more people and families potentially homeless, I am compelled to speak out regarding rough sleepers.
Although it seems logical for the cattle market to relocate to Newark Showground, I cannot imagine the move being a sensible one for the lorry park.
It was wonderful to see Newark so busy at the weekend as shoppers got behind the traders
I whole-heartedly agree with the letter Decisions Wrecking The Country. There are lies, there are damned lies, and there are statistics.
Congratulations to Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust for the excellent Country File article, Concern At Impact Of Reform on Young People.
I have read the views of MP Robert Jenrick in the Advertiser regarding the pandemic and how we are all better and stronger together.
Even with the latest restrictions of lockdown there are still barefaced shoppers in Sainsburys, Balderton.
Now we know. We are all going electric. By 2030 we all have to have electric cars.
The NSPCC and early years charities have issued a stark warning about the risk of failing a generation of babies born during the pandemic.
I was fortunate to spend a few weeks in Moscow a few years before the fall of Communism in 1991.