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By Sandish Shoker

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    Live updates for Nottinghamshire have finished for the day but we'll be back at 08:00 tomorrow with all the latest news, sport, travel and weather.

  2. Weather: Staying warm and sunny tonight

    Kaye Forster

    Weather Presenter

    It should be a fine warm and sunny evening.

    It'll stay dry overnight but there will be some cloud drifting in and it will be a very warm and muggy night with lows of 21C (70F).

  3. Latest headlines for Nottinghamshire

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    • Developers hoping to build houses and a country park on the site of the former Thoresby Colliery have unveiled their plans
    • A new Robin Hood attraction has opened in Nottingham
    • Notts County hope the first senior international game they host at Meadow Lane in September will be the first of many
  4. Watch: Hear more about Southwell's dying Bramley apple tree

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    Video caption: 'Mother' of Bramley apple trees dying
  5. Police say female groomer case was 'unusual'

    Caroline Lowbridge

    BBC News Online

    Det Insp Pete Quinn from Nottinghamshire Police said Gail Wright's case was "unusual" in that the perpetrator was a woman.

    He said: "This goes to show that although the overwhelming majority of sexual exploitation cases brought to the attention of police are perpetrated by men against girls, we cannot be complacent about the fact that it can happen to anyone, anywhere."

  6. Woman who groomed boys is jailed

    Caroline Lowbridge

    BBC News Online

    A woman who groomed five boys and sent them naked photos and sexual videos of herself through Facebook has been jailed for two years.

    Gail Wright, 44, also had a sexual relationship with one of the boys, who were aged 14 and 15 when they met her in 2015.

    Gail Wright

    Wright, from Shireoaks, was eventually caught when the father of one of the boys saw the photos on his phone.

    She later admitted seven offences at Nottingham Crown Court.

  7. Locals unhappy about Thoresby housing plan

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Some locals have been telling BBC East Midlands Today they don't support the proposed plans at Thoresby Colliery as they doubt there's enough infrastructure or resources to support the extra people.

    As part of the plans, some of the old spoil tip would also be reclaimed in a large country park. 

    Thoresby Colliery
  8. Plans for Thoresby Colliery development unveiled

    BBC Radio Nottingham

    It's a year since the closure of Nottinghamshire's last coal mine in Thoresby.

    But now the owner of the former colliery site has unveiled plans for 800 homes and a business park there, plus a big country park.

    The plans will be available for the public to view on Thursday.

  9. Our feathered friends enjoy the sunshine at Colwick Country Park

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Colwick Park, Nottinghamshire
  10. Cricket: Somerset in lead at break

    BBC Nottingham Sport

    At tea Somerset are 436-8 with Trescothick on 217 and Davies 2.

    They lead by 35 runs.

  11. Watch: Take a look what's on offer at new tourist attraction

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    Video caption: New Robin Hood attraction opens in Nottingham
  12. Tales of Robin Hood 'failed to move with times'

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Nottingham hasn't had an attraction dedicated to Robin Hood since the Tales of Robin Hood on Maid Marian Way closed seven years ago. 

    Tales of Robin Hood

    Bob White from the World Wide Robin Hood Society said he hopes the people behind the latest one learns from the mistakes of the past.

    He said the Tales attraction failed because it "never had investment to move with the times."

  13. Notts hope for more international fixtures

    BBC Sport

    Notts County officials say they hope hosting the first senior international fixture at Meadow Lane in the ground's 106-year history will lead to more England matches being played there in future.  

    England Women, who have already qualified for Euro 2017, will play their final qualifier in Nottingham against Estonia on 15 September. 

    Meadow Lane
  14. Tales of Robin Hood 'made mistakes'

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Chairman of the World Wide Robin Hood Society, Bob White, looks at whether Nottinghamshire makes enough of Robin Hood's marketing potential.

    He said the new Robin Hood Legacy attraction could only be a good thing as we don't have anything else like it at the moment.

    "We have things waiting in the pipeline but finally we can actually say there is something else to see about Robin Hood... Anything is an improvement on where we are now."

  15. Man remanded in custody after stabbing death

    Klara Lethbridge

    Newsreader, BBC Radio Nottingham

    Pawel Lupa from Gleneagles Drive in Kirkby-in-Ashfield has been remanded in custody charged with murder and attempted murder.

    Aleksandra Mrozic (pictured), aged 46, died after she was taken to hospital on Saturday night and a 32-year-old man was treated for stab wounds. 

    Aleksandra Mrozic

    Mr Lupa, 40, appeared before magistrates in Mansfield earlier and is due at Nottingham Crown Court tomorrow morning where he'll appear via video link.    

  16. Plenty of sunseekers down by the canal this lunchtime

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Nottingham Canal