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Rubbish service

Rubbish service

Rubbish service

30 August 2018

In the hot summer months we have just had, almost everyone has suffered regarding smells, etc, from their dustbin.


Close loopholes

Close loopholes

Close loopholes

30 August 2018

Having watched East Midlands Today on the subject of limited affordable housing in direct contravention of government guidelines, it becomes more and more obvious that building developers can do what they like when they like.


Poor service

Poor service

Poor service

30 August 2018

I am a resident who tries to shop with local traders in the hope of keeping Newark a vibrant, commercial town.


Stop charge to electric cars

Stop charge to electric cars

Stop charge to electric cars

30 August 2018

One seriously wonders what is in the minds of today’s politicians and leaders when it comes to energy, climate and the desire to be a world-leader in such topics.


Parking frustration

Parking frustration

Parking frustration

30 August 2018

Recently, I travelled from Norfolk to Newark to visit my mother. I grew up in Newark and love coming back to visit my beautiful hometown and spend quality time with family.


Be careful of warnings

Be careful of warnings

Be careful of warnings

30 August 2018

As we all know, we have recently experienced an unusual heat wave and there have been wild fires in various parts of the northern hemisphere.


The great outdoors

The great outdoors

The great outdoors

23 August 2018

The annual Green Flag Awards were presented on Friday, with Newark getting four of the six awarded in Newark and Sherwood.


Be clear on overspend

Be clear on overspend

Be clear on overspend

23 August 2018

No matter what level of newspaper one picks up, there are more and more depressing stories of Government, public sector, right down to the smallest parish pleading poverty.


Disputed data

Disputed data

Disputed data

23 August 2018

I was surprised, and depressed to read Mr Freeman’s response to a letter I wrote concerning fake news about the significance of some reported loss of ice in the Antarctic (Research Doubt, News Views, August 16).


Provide proof

Provide proof

Provide proof

23 August 2018

It would appear that your correspondent John Freeman has misread a previous letter from Robert Sheppard (Think About Climate Change, News Views, July 26).


Time for lights

Time for lights

Time for lights

23 August 2018

I see Kelham Bridge has reopened after repair work.


Fair pay rises for all

Fair pay rises for all

Fair pay rises for all

23 August 2018

I see there has been another big increase in rail fares.


Local should mean local

Local should mean local

Local should mean local

23 August 2018

When I read letters regarding treatment — or lack of it — at Newark Hospital, I get so annoyed that Newark patients get such a raw deal.


Listen to service veterans' views

Listen to service veterans' views

Listen to service veterans' views

16 August 2018

In her letter Great Support For Services (News Views, Advertiser, August 2) Kay Cutts, leader of Nottinghamshire County Council, put great emphasis on the council supporting as many Armed Forces-related events around the county as possible.


Great for Newark

Great for Newark

Great for Newark

16 August 2018

The Newark Half-marathon on Sunday was yet another success. It is rapidly and rightfully becoming a real feather in the town’s cap since its return to the calendar three years ago.


Wait finally over

Wait finally over

Wait finally over

16 August 2018

It is good to see that the roundabout at the junction of Hawton Road and Boundary Road, Newark, is finally being restored.


Charities deserve Government help

Charities deserve Government help

Charities deserve Government help

16 August 2018

Looking through last week’s Advertiser I noticed many news items concerned fundraising for local charities.


Stand by planning policies

Stand by planning policies

Stand by planning policies

16 August 2018

In the Advertiser of August 2 there were two examples of poor-quality decisions made by Newark and Sherwood District Council.


Research doubt

Research doubt

Research doubt

16 August 2018

Can I congratulate your correspondent, Robert Sheppard, for his hilarious letter on climate change (Think About Climate Change, News Views, July 26)?


Join the register

Join the register

Join the register

09 August 2018

Being diagnosed with an illness like leukaemia must be one of the most terrifying moments in life, particularly if your survival is dependent on a bone marrow transplant where you are relying on a match to be found.


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