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  1. Updates for Thursday 22 September 2016
  2. More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Friday

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By Sandish Shoker

All times stated are UK

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  2. Weather: Chance of overnight showers

    BBC Weather

    Mainly dry overnight but one or two showers could pass through during the early hours.    

  3. Latest headlines for Nottinghamshire

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Here's a reminder of our top stories this afternoon:

    • A lorry driver tells a court he didn't see who died when she was hit by his truck
    • A woman from Hucknall admits stabbing her boyfriend to death after he decided to end their relationship
    • Forest striker Britt Assombalonga is ruled out of this weekend's match against Sheffield Wednesday
  4. Cricket: Notts finish season with heavy defeat

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Somerset have beaten Nottinghamshire by 325 runs, bringing a disappointing season to a disappointing end.

    Somerset celebrations
  5. Falls are main cause of hospital admissions

    BBC Radio Nottingham

    Nearly 50,000 people aged over 60 will have a fall in Nottinghamshire this year, according to the county council. 

    It's a big cause of hospital admissions and can result in serious injuries.

    The council's now spending more than £70,000 to promote active lifestyles, in the hope it prevents people falling.

  6. Travel: Bus breakdown causes A52 disruption

    BBC Travel

    There are delays on the A52 at Bardills Island because of a broken down bus.

  7. Defendant denies careless driving

    James Roberson

    Reporter, East Midlands Today

    In fact, the cyclist, Ms Wright, was at the front corner of his lorry, which went over her and her bike - killing her instantly. 

    Under cross examination, Mr Haywood denied that he was driving carelessly, and insisted he simply didn't see her.

    The trial continues.

  8. Driver can't remember using indicators

    James Roberson

    Reporter, East Midlands Today

    Lorry driver Adam Haywood has been giving evidence in his defence at his trial for causing the death of Louise Wright by careless driving.

    Shaking and occasionally weeping, the 31-year-old said he couldn't remember if he had put on his indicators, but that was his normal practice. 

    Adam Haywood

    He said when the lights went green, he checked all his mirrors, and - seeing no-one in them - turned left.

  9. Your photos: Sun shines over Mansfield

    BBC Weather Watchers

    As promised....the weather did get better after this morning's drizzly start.

    Here's blue sky over Mansfield market place.

    Mansfield
  10. The Great British Break Up

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    It's been a week of break ups.

    First Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and now Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry.

    Former Bake Off contestant Jordan Cox told BBC Radio Nottingham, it "will be very interesting" to see who will work with Paul when the show moves to Channel 4. He's even suggested Delia Smith could be the one for the job.

  11. Baker 'surprised' by Paul and Mary split

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Former Bake Off contestant Jordan Cox has spoken to BBC Radio Nottingham about his reaction to Mary Berry leaving the show...and Paul Hollywood staying.

    He said he was "surprised they were splitting up" and Mary was "not going where the money was."

    Jordan Cox

    "At the minute they [Channel 4] have Paul Hollywood and a very empty tent."

  12. Latest headlines for Nottinghamshire

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    • A court has been hearing from a lorry driver who says a cyclist who died in Nottingham two years ago "must have been in his blind spot"
    • A taxi driver offering a woman oral sex is among 30 complaints to Nottinghamshire Police since it started recording misogyny as a hate crime
    • Forest boss Philippe Montanier says Britt Assombalonga is still not fit for the weekend
  13. Type of waste at warehouse still unknown

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    The Environment Agency says it is still trying to find out what kind of waste was being stored at the warehouse in Walesby which was destroyed in a fire yesterday.

    While the fire service have scaled back their response, they said officers will remain at the site for much of today. 

  14. Still no Britt for the weekend

    BBC Nottingham Sport

    With Philippe Montanier at Nottingham Forest for the press conference.

    He says there's no fresh injuries for the weekend, but there's still no Britt Assombalonga. 

    "It's not serious," he said. "But he's in pain when he runs."   

    Philippe Montanier
  15. Presenter explains the Autumn Equinox

    Kay Crewdson explains all...

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    Video caption: Presenter Kay Crewdson explains the Autumn Equinox
  16. Show celebrates food and drink from county

    BBC Radio Nottingham

    A celebration of our county's food, drink and entertainment has returned to Nottingham's Old Market Square for the Great Notts Show for today.

    It brought in a 120,000 people last year and runs until Sunday.

  17. Weather update: The sun's come out

    Charlie Slater

    BBC Weather presenter

    Sunny spells throughout the afternoon with some cloud thrown in the mix.

    Staying dry with highs of 18C (64F)

    weather
  18. Death crash cyclist 'in lorry driver's blind spot'

    James Roberson

    Reporter, East Midlands Today

    In a police statement read to the jury at Derby Crown court, Mr Haywood said he had checked his driver and passenger side mirrors on his lorry before pulling off from a red light. 

    The court has already heard that Louise Wright (pictured) had pulled her bike alongside the stationary truck at the lights. 

    Louise Wright

    Mr Hayward told police she must have been in front of him in his blind spot, and - as he turned left - only realised something was wrong when he heard a scream and felt a slight judder. 

    The lorry driver denies causing death by careless driving and the trial continues this afternoon.  

  19. Cyclist death: Lorry driver 'checked mirrors'

    James Roberson

    Reporter, East Midlands Today

    A court has heard that a lorry driver had checked his mirrors seconds before the truck struck and killed a cyclist in Nottingham two years ago. 

    Louise Wright, 29, died when a lorry driven by Adam Haywood from Whitwell, Derbyshire, collided with her as they both pulled off from traffic lights on Lower Parliament Street in July 2014.