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Summary

  1. Updates for Wednesday 9 November 2016
  2. News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 Thursday

Live Reporting

By Sandish Shoker

All times stated are UK

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

     That's all from Nottinghamshire Local Live - updates will start again on Thursday at 08:00.  

  2. Severn Trent will investigate to avoid repeat burst pipe

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Sarah Jayne O'Kane from Severn Trent has been telling BBC Radio Nottingham they are not sure why the pipe in Station Road, Plumtree has burst again (It happened again in July) but she said they would investigate.

    She said: "When it happens more than once it could mean the pipes might be old and need replacing.

    "We will try to come up with a solution to make sure it doesn't happen again."

  3. Work starts to remove rubble from site

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Here's what's left of the building in Walesby now. 

    The rubble is now being moved by contractors and clearance of the site has started.

    Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue has posted this video on its Facebook page.

    Video content

    Video caption: Work starts to move waste after fire at Walesby unit
  4. Latest headlines in Nottinghamshire

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

  5. Six released on bail after park stabbing

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Six teenagers who were arrested in connection with a stabbing at King George Park in Aspley on Monday have been bailed pending further enquiries.

    The 19-year-old victim is still receiving treatment at the QMC although police said his injuries "are not life-threatening or altering".

    King George's park
  6. Walesby fire finally out

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Remember the fire at an industrial unit in Walesby?

    Well the fire service says it has finally finished putting out the fire and is handing the site over to the on-site contractors.

    Walesby fire

    The fire completely destroyed this building and the contents inside back in September but has taken months to burn out.

  7. Burst pipe fixed

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Severn Trent says the burst water main in Station Road, Plumtree has now been repaired. 

    It said water should now be restored to most properties but repairs need to be carried out on the road before it can reopen.

    Plumtree road
  8. Cycling to promote healthy living in women

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Ms Tylen is due to finish her cycling challenge on 1 January.

    The last record was set in 1938 by a British woman called Billie Fleming who wanted to ride as far as she could in a year, clocking up 29,603 miles to promote a healthy lifestyle for women. 

  9. Cycling record 'taken over life'

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Ms Tylen has been cycling 85 miles a day and says she has only had one day off sick so far.

    With two months left to go until the end of her challenge she said she was not sure why she even started it.

    cyclist

    "The record itself just appealed to me....It has been really hard," she said.

    "I've taken a sabbatical off work and have done nothing else all year - it's become my life now."

  10. Family of missing woman 'want to know what's happened'

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    We've been telling you about Roxanne Davis's appeal for information to find her aunt, Karen Black, who went missing 10 years ago.

    Here's what she said in the interview with Nottinghamshire Police:

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    Video caption: Family appeal over 10-year missing woman case
  11. Hospital staff 'have been through the mill'

    Rob Sissons

    East Midlands Today Reporter

    Death rates at the trust are now below the England average, sepsis care is seen as outstanding and A&E waiting times are among the best in the country.

    But there are still challenges with a heavy reliance on agency nurses and unfilled doctor posts.

    Whatever the future holds, we now know there won't be merger (at least in the foreseeable future) and one thing's for sure - staff at Newark and King's Mill Hospitals have been through the mill.

  12. New chapter for hospital trust

    Rob Sissons

    East Midlands Today Reporter

    This all began with the the scandal of Stafford hospital and the fallout from the Francis report was fresh scrutiny of hospitals.

    Those with unusually high death rates were put in "special measures" and for Sherwood Forest Hospitals Trust it meant talk of takeover, big management changes and a dent to morale at a time when hospitals are competing to keep and attract staff.

    Newark hospital

    It has been a long three years getting out of special measures which involved extra oversight scrutiny and uncertainty of the future. This is the start of a new chapter.   

  13. Worksop woman got train to Cleethorpes

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    BBC News has more on the disappearance of Karen Black.

    The 34-year-old took the train from Worksop to Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire and stayed at a guest house there before she vanished.

    She was last seen on 10 November 2006.

    Worksop to Cleethorpes train
  14. Latest headlines for Nottinghamshire

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

  15. Rail disruption 'could last all day'

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Our colleagues down in Bedfordshire have written an update on the rail issues in Luton.

    A spokesman for Thameslink, which covers the south, said they expected the problems to "continue right through to the end of the day".

    Luton problems
  16. Network Rail: No estimate of how long train delays will last

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    If you've been hit by delays on the trains going to London today, this is the cable in Luton that's caused the problems.

    Luton cable

    Network Rail said a piece of cable "came into contact with the overhead wires" yesterday afternoon and caused a power failure as well as damaging the signalling equipment.

    Managing director, Rob McIntosh, said engineers had been working through the night to fix the damage, but they "cannot say how long that work will take".

  17. Trust making improvements say inspectors

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    A Care Quality Commission (CQC) report released today said while the trust still needs some improvement it is now rated as 'good for safety'.

    The trust was first ordered to make changes in 2013 after it was warned over its high death rates and finances, and it had still not improved enough by last year.

  18. Hospital trust out of special measures

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Among all the doom and gloom in the news today, there's some good news from the Sherwood Forest Hospitals Trust.

    The trust, which runs the King's Mill and Newark hospitals, has announced it is out of special measures

    King's Mill Hospital