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Great support for services

Great support for services

Great support for services

02 August 2018

I was surprised to read a letter from Wing Commander Nigel Branston ( News Views, July 12) suggesting I failed to offer strong enough support for the Armed Forces in my As I See It column, and I was ‘almost entirely focused on the city and its suburbs.’


Join the clean-up

Join the clean-up

Join the clean-up

02 August 2018

Every week, street cleaning teams across Newark and Sherwood collect an average of 10.66 tonnes of litter from our streets, according to new figures released by the district council.


Call for clean-up

Call for clean-up

Call for clean-up

26 July 2018

Despite vast amounts of money taxed off the public, it is coming to something when citizens have to clear the mountains of rubbish that seems to adorn this town (Business Club Discussion Led To Monthly Litter-pick, Advertiser, July 19).


Town praised

Town praised

Town praised

26 July 2018

My wife and I live in Halle, in the former East Germany and near the birthplace of Handel and Martin Luther. Some years ago while on a trip to Norway we made friends with Janet and Bob, who have lived in Newark for many years.


A letter to the EU

A letter to the EU

A letter to the EU

26 July 2018

To members of the EU Commission: It is apparent that a free-trade deal suitable to the UK is not being offered by you prior to us leaving the Union.


Help our animals

Help our animals

Help our animals

26 July 2018

Most of us are enjoying this hot weather, but while the dry spell continues, spare a thought for our garden visitors.


Family appeal

Family appeal

Family appeal

26 July 2018

Could any readers help in my family research in finding information on my grandfather?


Think about climate change

Think about climate change

Think about climate change

26 July 2018

There has been a recent spate of dramatic information about the Antarctic ice sheet because of an accelerated rate of melting and even more dramatic projections of what this might mean for serious sea level rise


End in sight?

End in sight?

End in sight?

26 July 2018

For nearly 20 years the Robin Hood Hotel — once one of Newark’s finest establishments — has been standing derelict while fierce arguments have taken place surrounding its future — or lack of it.


Work together

Work together

Work together

19 July 2018

Anyone familiar with the area of Balderton where I live will know that there is a play area on Mead Way.


Getting worse

Getting worse

Getting worse

19 July 2018

I never thought I would see the day when this country was in such a state. It is gradually getting worse.


Pavement problems

Pavement problems

Pavement problems

19 July 2018

After coming into Newark to see family, I could not believe how many lorries and vans were parked on the pavements. In some cases, the whole lorry.


Choose local treatment

Choose local treatment

Choose local treatment

19 July 2018

I agree with the comments by Doreen Langford about having treatment at Newark Hospital if possible (Podiatry Concern, News Views, July 12).


Let us stay local

Let us stay local

Let us stay local

19 July 2018

I agree with Doreen Langford (Podiatry Concern, News Views, July 12) on the subject of podiatry patients needing treatment with local anaesthetic being required to go to Carlton (a 40-mile round-trip for me) but Lincoln patients can come to Newark.


Fight for hospital services

Fight for hospital services

Fight for hospital services

19 July 2018

We rightly are praising the NHS on reaching 70 years of service, and particularly the front line staff — nurses, doctors, consultants and their colleagues in specialist medical areas — who give their best, often in trying conditions and limited timescale.


Working together

Working together

Working together

19 July 2018

The campaign being launched today to make Newark and Sherwood a cleaner, safer and greener place is one that should have the backing of everyone who lives or works in the district.


Planning worry

Planning worry

Planning worry

13 July 2018


Blooming thanks

Blooming thanks

Blooming thanks

12 July 2018

Throughout the year, enthusiastic support from the Newark In Bloom committee has been a constant morale booster. They have continuously dreamt up ways of coping with obstructions due to the ongoing sewer works and other problems.


Podiatry services concern

Podiatry services concern

Podiatry services concern

12 July 2018

In response to the story Proposed Changes To Podiatry Raise Hospital Concerns (Advertiser July 5) let’s be clear about this proposal.


Disappointed with county council

Disappointed with county council

Disappointed with county council

12 July 2018

Councillor Kay Cutts, leader of Nottinghamshire County Council while appearing to offer strong support for the Armed Forces in her As I See It article (Advertiser, June 28) is clearly failing in her role as leader of the council.


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