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EU needs us

EU needs us

EU needs us

If hand-wringing Remoaners manage to dilute or stop Brexit, I predict there will be 17.4m people not bothering to vote in the next General Election.


Missing bats

Missing bats

Missing bats

Some years ago there was a report in the Advertiser about an application to develop the Fernwood Water Tower, which was turned down.


Free school concern

Free school concern

Free school concern

I NOTE that another school year has begun with pupils attending the Suthers Free School housed in temporary classrooms on a school site in Bingham.


Tops appeal

Tops appeal

Tops appeal

A year ago the Advertiser reported that Turquoise Teapot in Newark was collecting milk bottle tops as a fundraiser for the air ambulance.


Biker backing

Biker backing

Biker backing

I am writing in support of Faith Tacey and congratulate her in her campaign for compulsory protective clothing for motorcyclists.


Climate consensus caution

Climate consensus caution

Climate consensus caution

Australia has again changed its Prime Minister. One of the main reasons for Mr Turnbull’s downfall was his unpopular climate and energy policies.


Making history

Making history

Making history

The major plans unveiled for Newark Castle have the potential to bring in thousands of extra visitors to the town, which is good news.


No public money for hotel

No public money for hotel

No public money for hotel

SHOULD I have been surprised by the lead story in the Advertiser (Robin Hood Investment Sought, August 30)?


Joined-up thinking needed

Joined-up thinking needed

Joined-up thinking needed

Having previously worked in local government and, more recently, as a parish councillor, I was interested in the letter (Be Proactive For Town Future, News Views, August 9) from Professionals In Newark (PIN) which related to the future of Newark.


Lasting legacy

Lasting legacy

Lasting legacy

Everyone at the Advertiser has been left devastated by the death of our sports and news reporter Warwick Lane at the age of 25. He worked with us for four years, mainly on sport, and in that time had made a huge impact.


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