Monthly Archives: November 2014

Nottingham’s Black Friday: Bargain or Burden?

Today has started the countdown for Christmas as many people have used the Black Friday sales to get started on their Christmas shopping.

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Nottingham Women’s Centre launches a feminist library

Nottingham Women’s Centre has opened a new feminist library boasting a large range of books surrounding feminist topics, and a new take on a national newspaper.

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Shoppers Take Nottingham by Storm for Black Friday

Nottingham stores have been slashing their prices for Black Friday.  The sales have attracted in hordes of shoppers looking to grab themselves a bargain.

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In a bid to recognize and promote the importance of independent retailers, a national grass-roots campaign will be taking place across the UK for a second time this Saturday.

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Public urge for pedestrianisation outside Victoria Centre

In a poll by the Nottingham Post more than 1,000 readers voted in favour of pedestrianisation near the shopping area hoping to make it safer as a traffic free zone.

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Shocking statistics revealed about Mental Health waiting lists

It has been revealed that many people In England have taken their lives since 2012 due to the length of time they were waiting to get help.

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Calorie Count on Alcohol to Combat Obesity

Calorie information is now to be put on alcohol in a new proposition to tackle the growing problem of obesity in Britain.

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