I was interested to read Mr Freeman’s comments regarding the management of the National Health Service (Wishful Thinking On NHS, News Views, January 18).
It is nice to see that a date has been set for the public inquiry regarding the future of Newark’s infamous Robin Hood Hotel (Date Set To Decide Hotel Fate, Advertiser, February 8).
In his letter, Win-win Changes (News Views, February 1) John Freeman criticises Robert Sheppard’s stance on the climate issue, challenges the use of unchecked published nonsense, and then proceeds to provide just that.
I was sad, but not surprised to read Mr Freeman’s response to my letter about the settled science of global warming (Win-win Changes, News Views, February 1).
It was nice to read Alan Mellor’s comments regarding the retail sector of Newark town centre (One-way System For Sewer Work, Advertiser, February 1).
I have recently walked through The Buttermarket shopping centre, Newark, a number of times.
The article, An Insight Into Efforts To Help Transplant Patient (Advertiser (February 1) was from the perspective of Victoria Pashby, a physiotherapist at the Fernwood Community Unit at Newark Hospital, but was about me.
Yet another tradesman has had his van broken into in the Newark area (Get Tough On Tool Thieves, Advertiser, January 25) and there have probably been more since.
I am appalled that when a government’s primary duty is to protect its citizens we now have less security than we had ten years ago because of funding cuts.
I have been searching for my father for more than 40 years and have not been able to find a trace of him.
In this, our 50th year, Anchor recognises that loneliness is nearing epidemic proportions and is something that concerns the older people living with us.
My wife and I would like to thank the wonderful people who run Carriages at Newark Castle station.
I write in connection with the announcement that M&S wants to leave Newark town centre (Shock Move Planned By M&S, Advertiser, January 18).
I have lived near Newark for 21 years and, during the 1970s, for five years.
The announcement by M&S that it wants to close its Newark town centre store and relocate to a new site out of town seems to have divided opinion, and I’m not surprised.
Does it matter that Robert Sheppard (Repeal Act, News Views, January 25) makes his routine attack on combating climate change based on misrepresentation? Yes, it does.
What on earth is happening to the feared and much hyped global warming phenomenon?
Homelessness is a growing problem and people are living in tents and sleeping in shop doorways in towns and cities.
I was surprised to read that garages and outbuildings behind Hill Vue Gardens, Newark, were described as run-down and were going to be turned into a plot for four residential homes (Garages Look Set To Make Way For Homes, Advertiser, January 11).
I read the article, Conversion Plan In Mind For Former Takeaway (Advertiser, January 11) regarding 6-8 Portland Street, Newark.
Chiel’s comments (Risk On Roads, Advertiser, January 11) addressed the issue of drivers using mobile phones.
... staff at the Newark branch of Homebase.
I would like to thank all the people who stopped to help my mother, Margaret, after she fell in Barnbygate, Newark, on Saturday, January 20. — L. WARD, Newark (Full address supplied).