When you read about the closure of the Sports Direct gym they probably imagined members to be youngish “gym bunnies” with fit bodies, says a reader.
Not only is the government putting up National Insurance to cover care, but council tax will rise as well, writes a reader.
Now the death warrant has been signed for the Newark Library trees and their bats, can we have a date for their execution please?
Our council’s decision to chop down the trees by Newark Library is blinding in its short sightedness, says a reader.
I read with interest letters such as those last week from J. Harding (Town Deserves Much Better) and H. Dunne (Great Benefits).
Regarding the application for the former M&S store, does the leader of Newark and Sherwood District Council, David Lloyd, live in cloud cuckoo land?
Today, I had one of my rarest of sightings for years. I had to look twice to believe what I saw — a real, live policeman walking the beat.
I really feel sorry for Sir Peter Bottomley, who was reported as saying that living on an MP’s salary of £82,000 was really grim.
Boris bikes for Newark? What a great way of getting home after a skinful in the town’s hostelries!
I attended the Newark and Sherwood District Council meeting. What I heard and saw was, among many other things, was really a vote along party lines.
The Conservatives of Newark and Sherwood District Council have voted to allow the removal of four mature trees next to Newark Library.
With the closure of Hollowdyke Lane to through traffic it is irresponsible to build 3,800 houses and not include a relief road out of Fernwood.
Two questions came to mind when I read of the plans for the former M&S store in last week’s Advertiser.
Newark and Sherwood District Council met on Tuesday to discuss creating carparking associated with a building they sold to a developer.
I have used most of the supermarkets in our town. My observations might seem strange but are based on the cleanliness of the carparks and surrounds.
What a fitting idea to bring back some of our historical artefacts to the town centre and fully open up the Town Hall and Buttermarket as a museum.
I have lost my patience with this government. When is it going to get some backbone?
I wonder if readers understand that Cop26 (a Conference of the Parties) is the 26th version of these conferences.
I rely on the train to see friends and family. If there wasn’t an affordable train, I wouldn’t be able to.
The government claims insufficient money to continue the Universal Credit £20 supplement, but announced a 44% increase in nuclear weapons stockpile.