It was nice to hear from Micky Rogers (Disappointment, News Views, March 12) after 40 years. His Newark visit must have been a shock.
Regarding the story of the pensioner being spat on (OAP, 73, Left Shaken After Being Spat On, Advertiser, March 26).
Once again, people are being treated as if they are not capable of taking care of themselves.
Daily, we are hearing of things the government is doing to ease the burden of the coronavirus on our lives.
I agree with the comments by Mr Peter Jones on the subject of Police and Crime Commissioner elections and their extensive administration charges.
We moved to Newark about 17 months ago and have both needed NHS treatment at hospital.
The store, on Chain Lane, has been a firm fixture on the local retail scene for many years and developed a reputation across the region.
Changes have been made to the Advertiser's website to ensure we can continue to bring you the news when you need it the most.
THE concerts featuring Will Young, James Morrison, Jools Holland and Noel Gallagher have been called off because of coronavirus.
Newark MP Robert Jenrick hopes Prime Minister will be back at Downing Street as soon as possible 'to lead from the front.'
A look back at stories from the Advertiser, including a plea for help to stop the spread of a virus 100 years ago.
I read Wind Farms Are What Matter with interest but am confused as to why he is advocating the resumption of subsidies for onshore wind farms.
I would like to say thank you to all NHS staff, from the cleaners to the consultants, after having been in the City Hospital, Nottingham, recently.
Many readers are adapting to become home-school teachers, so, while we are using this time to teach school lessons, why not teach life lessons, too?
Probably, like many readers, I reacted to Ken Purslow’s letter (Dreadful State, News Views, March 19) with a mixture of empathy and wry amusement.
Companies and organisations now have a few weeks more to complete their submissions for this year's awards.
A home full of retained and restored character features is on the market for £250,000-£260,000 with Newton Fallowell.
More than 150 NCP carparks will be free for NHS workers, it has been announced.
Once again your paper is a carrier of doom and gloom, including the county and district councils hiking council tax to the maximum allowed.
I am not a great believer in President Trump’s antics, but I think he is right when it comes to our government tying themselves to Chinese technology.