Newark Dementia Carers Group thanks Waitrose, Asda and Mrs P. Richardson for their kind donation of Easter eggs to the group members.
It is good to see news of the old Robin Hood Hotel reopened in its new guise as a Travelodge after more than 20 years of controversy and uncertainty.
The laudable Black Lives Matter campaign reminded me of the inhumane treatment of children in the cotton and woollen mills in the 18/19th Centuries.
The person who writes your headlines certainly has a keen sense of irony, see A Prosperous Future Awaits Us.
Just a thought — perhaps Newark Police could be neighbourly and swap their station with the ambulance station across the road.
Fourteen years ago the powers that be thought we needed a bright, shiny, new, rather large police station.
When my husband and I cycled through Sconce and Devon Park, Newark, we were appalled to see the number of dog owners letting their pets run free.
I was very interested to note the Advertiser’s front page story on the Kelham bypass and that money had been granted for its approval.
D. Robinson seems to have missed the point of that current debate, which was to defend scientific scepticism relating to the climate hypothesis.
I recently had to take my car to a garage. On Boundary Road there were traffic lights across the front of the old fire station.
I agree with Mr Rose (Greener Alternative To Coal) that the questions on the effect of human activity on the planet are complex.
So only a 1% pay rise for the NHS, after the government has praised them during the pandemic.
More new surgical procedures have taken place at Newark Hospital for the first time since 2014.
A town is turning the tables on a man who would help anyone without wanting anything in return by fundraising to help replace his stolen tools.
Can I appeal to all dog owners to please not leave your dog tethered outside shops while you go inside.