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Sandish Shoker and Calum McKenzie

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    Our live updates have now ended and will return tomorrow from 08:00. 

  2. Weather: Mild but rain around overnight

    Lucy Martin

    BBC Weather

    Cloudy with a few spots of light rain and drizzle in the first part of the night.

    BBC weather grid

    Outbreaks of rain becoming more widespread in the early hours. It’ll be mild, with some hill fog patches possible over high ground.  

    Minimum temperatures of 7C (45F). 

  3. Cohen returns following injury

    BBC Nottingham Sport

    Nottingham Forest club captain Chris Cohen has made his latest comeback from injury playing in an under 23s game against Hull.

    Chris Cohen

    The 29-year-old played 77 minutes as the Reds won 4-0. 

  4. Police appeal following hit-and-run

    Lisa Teanby

    BBC Radio Nottingham newsreader

    A man's in a serious condition in hospital after a hit-and-run in Kirkby-in-Ashfield.

    Kingsway street sign

    Kingsway was closed for almost 12 hours after the collision at around 23:30 last night. 

    Police said the vehicle didn't stop at the scene and they are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.

  5. Nottinghamshire's best pictures

    Instagram

    Are you following BBC Nottingham on Instagram yet? If you aren't, you are missing out on seeing excellent pictures like this... 

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  6. Extra racecourse prize money 'essential for competitiveness'

    Calum McKenzie

    BBC Local Live

    Paul Fisher, managing director of the Jockey Club, has said it was important for the likes of Nottingham to benefit from this new prize fund (see 15:44). 

    He said: "The Jockey Club recognises that prize money provides an important return for racehorse owners and is vital to the livelihoods of trainers, stable staff and jockeys. 

    "It's also essential to our sport's competitiveness, so this is a real area of focus for us."

  7. Racecourse gets prize money boost

    Calum McKenzie

    BBC Local Live

    Nottingham Racecourse is to see an increase in prize money of more than £100,000 this year, according to owners Jockey Club Racecourses.

    Nottingham Racecourse

    The money has come from a £22.9m prize pot announced by the Jockey Club.

  8. Council must 'prioritise siblings in school admissions'

    BBC Radio Nottingham

    Nottinghamshire County Council has done a U-turn on its controversial school admissions policy, which saw some siblings being split up and sent to different schools.

    Classroom

    The Schools Adjudicator said it was unfair to remove a rule which gave priority to children who lived outside the catchment area but had siblings already at the school.

    Now the council has said for 2018, it'll bring back that rule.

  9. Staff at school 'felt safeguarding concerns weren't passed on'

    Simon Ward

    East Midlands Today reporter at Nottingham Coroner's Court

    Dr. Holliman's statement told the inquest about how she was due to have confidential talks with staff to help them cope with bereavement. 

    But she heard repeated concerned comments from staff about safeguarding procedures at the school and how staff felt their concerns weren’t being passed on.

    The inquest into Shanay's death also heard that Dr Holliman felt this was so serious the conversations could no longer be kept confidential and the police should be told. 

    The inquest continues.

  10. Shanay Walker school staff told to 'go to police'

    Simon Ward

    East Midlands Today reporter at Nottingham Coroner's Court

    A doctor who was sent to a Nottingham school to support staff after a pupil died, told an inquest so many teachers raised child safeguarding concerns, that she advised them to contact the police.

    Shanay Walker

    Dr Gail Holliman was sent to Southglade Primary School after seven-year-old Shanay Walker, pictured, died in 2014. 

    The inquest into Shanay's death is now taking place. Her aunt and grandmother were jailed for child cruelty.

  11. Envelope update

    Severe accident: M1 Derbyshire southbound

    BBC News Travel

    M1 Derbyshire southbound severe accident, between J28 for A38 Alfreton and J27 for A608 Hucknall affecting Tibshelf Services.

    M1 Derbyshire - Two lanes closed and queuing traffic on M1 southbound between J28, A38 (Alfreton) and J27, A608 (Hucknall), because of an accident. Congestion to Tibshelf Services.

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

  12. Your photos: February across Nottinghamshire

    BBC Weather Watchers

    Thanks to BBC Weather Watcher Monty for sending this pic of the snowdrops at Edwinstowe. 

    Snowdrops

    Spring is definitely on its way. 

  13. Weather: Potential for some rain this afternoon

    Sara Blizzard

    BBC Weather

    Cloud will increase during the afternoon with hill fog over higher ground and patchy light rain or drizzle.

    Weather map

    Maximum temperatures of 14C (57F).

  14. Tom Jones 'relishing' woodland concerts

    Calum McKenzie

    BBC Local Live

    Sir Tom, who is also going to be performing in woodland in Cheshire and Staffordshire, has said he loves performing in these unusual locations. 

    Tom Jones

    He said: "I had a great time being part of the Forest Live concerts last year, so I am delighted to be coming back again and performing in three more of these beautiful woodland locations. 

    "It’s important that people are aware of our forests and come to enjoy them, so I hope you can join me!"    

  15. Outlaws star gets IPL deal

    Calum McKenzie

    BBC Local Live

    No deal for Alex Hales, but team mate Dan Christian is bought by the wonderfully named Rising Pune Supergiants...

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  16. Tree felling to begin following protests

    Hayley Compton

    BBC Radio Nottingham reporter

    In the last few minutes, Broxtowe Borough Council workers and protesters have agreed that work can start on felling some of the trees at Hall om Wong.   

    Tree felling equipment