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Thousands of stores to close earlier for the Euros final

Thousands of stores to close earlier for the Euros final

Thousands of stores to close earlier for the Euros final

The largest retailer in the UK has announced to be shutting over a thousand stores earlier on Sunday for the final.


Police force committed to making improvements after report found “causes for concern”

Police force committed to making improvements after report found “causes for concern”

Police force committed to making improvements after report found “causes for concern”

Leaders at Nottinghamshire Police have said they are committed to making improvements after an inspection found there were “causes for concern”.

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Cathedral dean announces retirement plans

Cathedral dean announces retirement plans

Cathedral dean announces retirement plans

The Dean of Southwell has announced plans to retire later this year.


Low election turnout could lead to ‘democratic legitimacy’ problems says expert

Low election turnout could lead to ‘democratic legitimacy’ problems says expert

Low election turnout could lead to ‘democratic legitimacy’ problems says expert

The low turnout in last week’s General Election could threaten the legitimacy of political leaders if the trend continues, an expert has warned.

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Popular folk festival welcomes more people than ever before

Popular folk festival welcomes more people than ever before

Popular folk festival welcomes more people than ever before

What started as a small pub festival in Upton grows to welcome international and home-grown acts and continues to thrive year after year.


Closure of popular ice cream parlour confirmed

Closure of popular ice cream parlour confirmed

Closure of popular ice cream parlour confirmed

A much-loved ice cream spot has now closed and it is set to be converted into housing.

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Latest planning applications submitted for decision

Latest planning applications submitted for decision

Latest planning applications submitted for decision

The following planning applications have been submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council for decision.

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A look at what was making the news in times gone by

A look at what was making the news in times gone by

A look at what was making the news in times gone by

The Advertiser has opened its archives to see what was making the news this week 25, 50 and 100 years ago.


Live: General Election 2024 updates

Live: General Election 2024 updates

Live: General Election 2024 updates

Live updates from the Newark and Sherwood Forest General Election 2024 constituency counts.

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Are people still undecided on who to vote for today?

Are people still undecided on who to vote for today?

Are people still undecided on who to vote for today?

Ahead of today’s General Election, the Advertiser took to the streets to find out if people are still undecided on who to vote for.


How General Election night will unfold in Nottinghamshire

How General Election night will unfold in Nottinghamshire

How General Election night will unfold in Nottinghamshire

The General Election campaign will end this morning (July 4) as the nation goes to the polls to choose a Government.


Around 45% of voters still undecided poll finds — but what about you?

Around 45% of voters still undecided poll finds — but what about you?

Around 45% of voters still undecided poll finds — but what about you?

Candidates have spent the last six weeks on the campaign trail, going from door to door, and putting in the steps to win votes this General Election.

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Children on adoption waiting list facing delays

Children on adoption waiting list facing delays

Children on adoption waiting list facing delays

Nottinghamshire children are waiting two months longer to be adopted than a set national target.


Trust among 60,000-strong march to parliament to demand nature’s restoration

Trust among 60,000-strong march to parliament to demand nature’s restoration

Trust among 60,000-strong march to parliament to demand nature’s restoration

More than 60,000 people have marched for nature in London, including Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.

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