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By Sandish Shoker and Amy Woodfield

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  1. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M1 Derbyshire southbound

    BBC News Travel

    M1 Derbyshire southbound severe disruption, from J25 for A52 Brian Clough Way Nottingham to M1 J24A.

    M1 Derbyshire - Slow traffic and one lane closed on M1 southbound from J25, A52 (Nottingham) to M1 J24a, Derby, because of a broken down vehicle. In the roadworks area.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  2. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M1 Derbyshire northbound

    BBC News Travel

    M1 Derbyshire northbound severe disruption, from J29A for Markham Road J29A to J30 for A616 Sheffield.

    M1 Derbyshire - One lane closed on M1 northbound from J29a Markham Road J29a to J30, A616 (Sheffield), because of a broken down vehicle.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  3. Our live coverage across the day

    Updates on East Midlands Live have now finished. Some posts may continue to appear overnight but live coverage won't resume until 08:00 on Thursday.

  4. 'Penny drops' for Foxes Maguire

    Rio Ferdinand

    Former England defender on BBC One

    Harry Maguire's emergence as an integral part of the England team has been one of the stories of this World Cup, but I am not surprised it has happened for him here in Russia.

    Harry Maguire

    Sometimes, the penny just drops for a player at a tournament, and it is the right time for you, in the right team.

    For me, that moment came at the 2002 World Cup. That was when I found my way, and developed a total and clear understanding of my position.

    It seems like Maguire, a ball-playing defender like me, is doing something similar.

  5. Weather: Staying dry with some morning sunshine

    Rich Davis

    BBC Weather presenter

    Tonight will be dry with clear periods at first but cloud may thicken in the early hours. There will be a light breeze. A minimum temperature of 12C.

    Weather

    The overnight cloud should become well broken through Thursday morning to allow sunny periods.

    In the afternoon there will be further sunshine and just a very slight chance of an isolated shower. A maximum temperature of 25C.

  6. Hundreds of new student flats set for approval

    Kit Sandeman

    Local Democracy Reporter

    Hundreds of new student flats could be built in Nottingham over four different sites.

    Next week, planning bosses at Nottingham City Council will vote on four different student accommodation schemes, which between them would see almost 800 new flats built over the coming months. All are expected to be approved.

    Artist impression of student accommodation

    The largest of the schemes is a 12-storey building with 462 bedrooms, on Waterway Street West, near the Vat and Fiddle pub. The building would range from five stories high to 12 stories high, which the Nottingham Civic Society has said is "far too tall".

    A second, unrelated scheme is on Station Street where the old job centre was. Developers are set to build 323 new student flats here along with a gym, reception area and coffee shop. Unusually, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has raised concerns about the development, because part of the new building would overlook the Crown Court.

    Job centre in Nottingham

    A third development would involve the demolition of a single-storey flat roofed furniture store on Huntingdon Street. Planning permission was granted for 86 flats on the site, but developers have now come back and asked for additional permissions to be granted. The city archaeologist has said supervision of construction will be needed due to the potential that there could be medieval remains.

    The fourth is a smaller scheme for 23 apartments on Gregory Street.

  7. Tram changes following football disorder

    Amy Woodfield

    BBC News

    Trams won't be running through Nottingham's Old Market Square immediately after the football match this evening.

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    The company that runs the tram network has said it follows disruption after the game on Saturday with some football fans blocking the tracks.

    Following a discussion with the police, NET has said trams from Hucknall and Phoenix Park will turn at the Royal Centre whilst services from Toton Lane and Clifton South will run as far as the Railway Station.

  8. Want your own show on Radio Nottingham?

    BBC Radio Nottingham

    Fancy being a presenter on BBC Radio Nottingham? The station is looking for someone to host a show celebrating the diversity of the city and county on weekdays from 19:00.

    There will be open auditions for the role - which starts in the autumn - at the The Royal Concert Hall on 28 July.

    Video content

    Video caption: Open auditions are being held to find a new presenter for a show on BBC Radio Nottingham.
  9. CCTV shows bar assault

    Amy Woodfield

    BBC News

    Police have released this CCTV footage of an assault in Ilkeston in an appeal to trace the man involved.

    It happened outside the Market Bar on Friday 18 May.

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    Police have said a 39-year-old man was punched and kicked leaving him with serious injuries.

  10. Man dies after van and lorry crash

    A man has died after a van and a lorry collided yesterday.

    Warwickshire Police said it was called to Siskin Parkway on Middlemarch Industrial Estate, Coventry, at about 22:50.

    The driver of the van, a 37-year-old man from Leicester, was taken to hospital where he died.

    His family are being supported by specially trained officers.

    The driver of the lorry was unhurt.

    Officers are asking for anyone who witnessed the incident, or who may have dashcam footage, to come forward.

  11. 'It's Coming Home' banners on A52

    Amy Woodfield

    BBC News

    You might spot these banners on your way home tonight - they've gone up above the A52 westbound near Borrowash.

    Let's hope they're not coming down tomorrow...

    Banner on a bridge
    Banner on a bridge
    Banner on a bridge
  12. 'Unprovoked' attack in Mansfield

    Amy Woodfield

    BBC News

    A man has head injuries and a broken arm after a "seemingly unprovoked" attack in Mansfield.

    Stafford Street

    Police have said the 42-year-old was punched several times on Stafford Street just after 17:00 on Monday. They would like to hear from anyone with information.

  13. City centre road closures after football

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News

    There will be some road closures to traffic in Nottingham city centre at the end of the England game tonight.

    The city council said it will be shutting Friar Lane and Maid Marian Way for about half an hour after the final whistle, and other streets around the castle and the city centre are being designated as "no stopping" areas for vehicles until 23.00.

    Friar Lane
  14. Man in hospital after Sutton stabbing

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News

    A 16-year-old boy has been arrested after a man was stabbed in Sutton-in-Ashfield in the early hours of this morning.

    The 38-year-old man was found in Bishop Street just before 00.30 and was taken to the QMC for treatment but his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.

    Bishop Street

    Detectives from Nottinghamshire Police said they think the man was stabbed in Northwood Avenue before making his way to Bishop Street.

    The teenager has been arrested on suspicion of GBH and remains in police custody.

  15. Train staff rail-y excited for tonight

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News

    East Midlands Trains are usually used to taking you home (or to work) and staff at London St Pancras station have been getting into the spirit of the World Cup today with their signs.

    East Midlands Trains