Newark and Sherwood District Council met on Tuesday to discuss creating carparking associated with a building they sold to a developer.
What a fitting idea to bring back some of our historical artefacts to the town centre and fully open up the Town Hall and Buttermarket as a museum.
I have lost my patience with this government. When is it going to get some backbone?
I wonder if readers understand that Cop26 (a Conference of the Parties) is the 26th version of these conferences.
I rely on the train to see friends and family. If there wasn’t an affordable train, I wouldn’t be able to.
The government claims insufficient money to continue the Universal Credit £20 supplement, but announced a 44% increase in nuclear weapons stockpile.
When the huge LAMMA show was held in Newark, effective traffic management was always discussed at length.
With regard to the letter about being refused to be allowed to pay council tax in cash, I have always paid in cash in shops if they give a choice.
According to the article Hate Crime Reported As Cyclist Barges Blind Man, a blind man can’t walk his guide dog around Newark.
It seems the government hasn’t learnt that telling people not to panic buy has precisely the opposite effect.
I am not against a supermarket in Southwell but this proposed site would be putting the area at further risk of flooding.
The Chancellor said our national debt was almost 100% of GDP, and that we needed to get our public finances in order.
In a May 5 article, Newark Sports Association plead with Newark And Sherwood District Council to stop development at Lincoln Road Playing Fields.
Words failed me at the pathetic sentences given to four people on the front of the Advertiser (Crime Gang Sentenced, September 9).
Councils are saying there will have to be a large increase in council tax next year.