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?
Over the past few weeks the Advertiser has been covering Aiden Aslin’s story — a soldier from Newark fighting in the Ukraine against Russian forces.
Regarding the story Application Submitted For Over-55s Retirement Village, it's a brilliant idea.
If politicians thought their stock was low, they ain’t seen nothing yet.
Modifying a roundabout at a cost of £7.4m, and it will run over. Someone, somewhere is daily ripping off the British public.
Around Bilsthorpe and Eakring, and between Egmanton and Weston, there are a number of oil bore holes, some of which are described as unused.
I need to watch Newark, Newark again, I spent most of the first episode looking for places I know.
Each year the Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Battlefield tours organise pilgrimages to the battle areas of the first world war.
After reading the story Ambulance Response Times Cause For Concern (Advertiser, March 24) I felt I had to write about my experience on March 2.
I, like millions of people, are fed up with this government’s broken promises.
I write in response to numerous articles and letters published about Balderton Lake and the legacy it holds for future generations.
J. Freeman in his letter feels the need to use pejorative expressions such as so-called climate deniers and fatuous arguments.