Welcome to 2022, a year in which many people will face inflation and an increase in food and energy prices.
These plans were absolutely fantastic and would have drawn in people from both Lincoln and Nottingham.
After a week of revelations, Robert Jenrick is asked write to the chairman of the 1922 Committee saying he has lost confidence in the Prime Minister.
In my letter, I observed that people are starting to feel the effects in their pocket of the government’s net zero policies and that they hurt.
I have spoken to friends about the Advertiser article regarding what the council is hoping (no doubt will) want to do with the Buttermarket.
I agree with Charlotte Doyle (School Parking Causes Pupil Safety Concerns, Advertiser, January 6) but what is the answer?
I feel compelled to write in support of Well Pharmacy, given the extremely critical nature of your article on the front page.
May I say thank you to all the people who helped us raise in excess of £2,700 to help local charities.
I wonder if this year the minority of people of Newark and district who continue to blight our lovely countryside with litter put it in the dustbin.
I am appealing for used postage stamps which help me raise funds for the Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Like millions of people, I have a gas boiler, fire and cooker, but this government wants us all to go electric.
I think the public should be informed how many of those who have died were not vaccinated.
So, beautiful Bella the dog has died. She was saved from drowning in the River Trent and cared for by the RSPCA.
Well done to Mr David Lloyd and his fellow councillors for supporting residents during 2021.
I may be mistaken, but it seems Newark and Sherwood District Council is stripping Newark of its green spaces and playing fields.
I have heard about authorities planning to cut down trees and the government taking away free television licences for over-75s.
It is fantastic news that the vaccination centre at Newark Showground is open again.
I am extremely concerned by the MP sleaze scandals of recent weeks. I simply don’t believe these issues exist in a bubble.
I spent 2½ hours laughing my socks off at The Vicar Of Dibley by Robin Hood Theatre Company at Averham.
I note the district council has again offered free parking for motorists on Sundays in December, presumably to encourage people to shop in the town.