Newark and Sherwood Dis-trict Council has granted planning permission for two retail units on the site of The Sawmill public house in Newark (Pub Set For Demolition, Advertiser, November 9).
The cut in funding for the Children’s Bereavement Centre in Newark is a kick in the teeth for an organisation that provides such an essential service (Funding Setback For Charity That Helps Children, Advertiser, November 2).
The idea of replacing the name Christmas with Winter Festival is regularly mooted and cards can be found wishing the recipient a happy winter break.
Newark is well-appointed with hostels catering for meals and beverage. The Old King’s Arms, Kirkgate, however, is worthy of a mention for its earthy rugged ambience and a truly 1950s lived-in decor.
Having had a fall I visited the Fountain Medical Centre, Newark, at 11.30am on Monday to seek advice.
I am sick and tired of politicians continually saying social care is becoming a problem because we have an ageing population.
It is very unfair that small businesses in Britain are required by law to charge retail customers VAT while some large online companies seem to turn a blind eye to tax not being collected.
What a misnomer that word service appears to be. The service element seems to have disappeared from many organisations that have become infested with academics — people who do not know what ordinary life is all about.
I often have the misfortune to have to try to battle my way along Newark’s inadequate roads system as I make my way from one end of the town to the other.
“When I first remember we lived at the Plough Inn it was a large house and we had a piano, and an organ, that my father bought from Cromwell Parish Church.
I was sad to hear of the passing of Chris Grant (Tributes To Former Teacher, Sportsman And Town Mayor, Advertiser, October 26).
... the Palace Singers for a brilliant coffee morning concert at Newark Town Hall.
As a committed democrat, I fully supported the majority Leave vote last June, even though I voted Remain.
On Monday afternoon I was held up in traffic coming from the bypass side of Newark when the barriers to the Castle station level crossing were lowered — nothing unusual there.
I am convinced that the Brexit negotiations will result in no deal.
The people of Austria have voted for Sebastian Kurz and the Austrian People’s Party looks like it is going into coalition with the Freedom Party.
The new Universal Credit system is giving claimants a rough ride with a messy, mistake-ridden start.