In his letter, J. Freeman appears to demonstrate a lack of understanding of the fundamental importance of energy stability.
The way patients are treated at health centres has changed, for various reasons, including the pressures of covid.
With inflation rampant and taxation rising, it is time for more organisations to take a long hard look at the economics of life for ordinary people.
Most of us agree that stopping our use of Russian gas is a valuable non-combatant way of supporting the Ukraine people.
I have never heard such rubbish as spouted about not destroying the peace of Balderton Lake.
I applaud the police for making tackling anti-social behaviour a priority, but what about putting more resources into dealing with appalling drivers?
What is the point of tree preservation orders if they don’t preserve the trees when they are challenged by developers?
Robert Jenrick (Hollow Words Of Putin Speech, Advertiser, March 3) gave a knowledgeable account of the background to the situation in Ukraine.
The cost of the proposed Newark bypass is between £400m and £500m.
The cost of energy is nothing compared with the illegal and human suffering taking place in Ukraine.
Forget the bypass sort the level crossing.
Since I use it regularly, I checked the proposal for the A614 Ollerton roundabout.
I write regarding the story Undeniable Harm Caused To Greenbelt By Expansion (Advertiser, February 17).
I wonder how much thought has been given to the wildlife which inhabits this area.
It’s unbelievable that anyone would wish to ruin one of our last little wildlife and beauty spots left in the locality.
I looked on the website and was astounded to see that the proposed link to the A46 at Farndon was by means of a new roundabout.
Balderton village is fortunate to have a lake, an open public area for all ages and abilities to enjoy all year round.
I read in the Advertiser about a man being fined for dumping rubbish, so who is going to fine the council?
Having been involved in drawing up accident plans in my work in local government in the early 1960s, I have been interested in road safety issues.
Excited youngsters cannot be expected to remain quiet for the sake of residents.