It has begun to dawn on C. Smith (Bank Fears, News Views, November 23) that banks may care more for their shareholders than for their customers.
In his letter Right Decision Adrian F. Sunman states the HS2 railway would have added extra capacity to the rail network but in the wrong place.
It has been a busy few months for Balderton Parish Council and especially for our new councillors.
Further to David Watts’s letter, I would take issue with him about the Tories “failure to ensure that enough homes are built to cope with demand”.
If there were free parking I would love to buy my fruit and veg from Newark market.
I tried to open a bank account the other day. I went to three banks in Newark and the response I received was what I can only describe as lacklustre.
This week is Anti-Bullying Week, an event coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance to remind us that preventing and responding to bullying is vital.
Once again I wish to complain about the state of the road surface on the main A616 at Wellow.
I’m 63 and with the loss of yet another shop, Osbornes, I was thinking of other shops long gone from Newark town centre.
The crackdown on town cut-throughs in Newark is the joke of the week.
Due to recent events relating to the HS2 railway project, I am quite surprised that anyone can believe in the current government's fiscal policies.
It is that time of year again when cyclists needlessly put themselves at risk by taking unnecessary risks.
I am contacting you regarding the proposed GNR solar site.
Suella Braverman has a record of saying unacceptable things, but the suggestion that sleeping rough is a “lifestyle choice” plumbs new depths.
Why is the flag of Israel not being flown over Newark Town Hall in the Market Place in support of Israel and the fight against anti-semitism?