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Summary

  1. Updates for Friday 11 November 2016
  2. More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Monday

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By Sandish Shoker

All times stated are UK

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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 on Monday with all the latest news, sport, travel and weather.

  2. Weather: Heavy rain expected tonight

    Alex Hamilton

    BBC Weather

    Cloud will increase overnight with a band of heavy rain pushing in from the west in the early hours. 

    weather
  3. Latest headlines for Nottinghamshire

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

  4. Travel: Roads looking congested tonight

    BBC Travel

    There's a lot of slow moving traffic about on the roads in tonight's rush hour. Check your journey here.

  5. Driver 'attempted to reserve space' outside home

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    A spokeswoman for Nottingham City Council said: "They [the driver] have attempted to reserve themselves a space outside their home on Laurie Avenue by placing unauthorised markings on the road.

    "Only the highway authority is allowed to carry out such road markings, but in fact no longer provides advisory bays like this and the road may in any case be too narrow to safely accommodate one."   

  6. Driver fined for painting disabled bay

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    From a distance this looks like a regular disabled parking bay....

    But the person behind it  - who has a valid disabled blue badge - has been fined for painting it themselves.

    Disabled driver

    Community protection officers saw the car parked in Laurie Avenue, Forest Fields and handed out the £75 fine 'for unauthorised marks on the highway'. 

  7. Child had 'car crash injuries' say police

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Police spoke to reporters outside the court after Robinson's sentencing earlier.

    Det Ch Insp Hayley Williams, said it was two years to the day since Eden died and it had been a long wait for the family.

    Talking of Eden's injuries she said: "Some of the evidence from the doctor said the amount of force used to cause Eden’s horrific injuries, and the level of trauma to Eden’s brain, was so severe that it would only be seen in accidental settings such as a car crash, fall down a flight of stairs or a crush injury."

  8. Man wanted over Hucknall burglary

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Police say they want to speak to this man following a burglary in Hucknall back in September when a Mercedes car, electrical items and two wallets were taken from a house.

    Hucknall burglary
  9. Your photos: There's a colourful smile in the sky

    BBC Weather Watchers

    There's been an upside down rainbow spotted in the sky over Kirkby-in-Ashfield this afternoon.

    upward smile rainbow
  10. 1980s was time of 'Life on Mars' policing, says defendant

    Simon Ward

    East Midlands Today Reporter

    Mr Jeacock said he did take the girl home from a police station in 1980 and searched for stolen property as part of an investigation into the girl’s boyfriend.

    He said it was a mistake to take her home unaccompanied.

    Describing how things were different in the 80s, Mr Jeacock said it was the time of “Life on Mars policing “ but said he “never laid a finger on her”.

    The trial continues.

  11. Ex-detective calls rape claim 'nonsense'

    Simon Ward

    East Midlands Today Reporter

    The trial of a former Nottinghamshire Police detective continues today.

    Raymond Jeacock, 62, from Kirkby-in-Ashfield, is accused of raping a 14-year-old girl in 1980 but the court has heard the Police Complaints Board at the time found insufficient evidence to charge him with rape.

    Raymond Jeacock

    The transcript of a police interview with Mr Jeacock when the allegations were made again in 2014 was read to the court.

    In the interview, Mr Jeacock said the rape allegation was “nonsense”.

  12. Father 'deliberately and violently' shook son in anger

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Sentencing Robinson this afternoon Justice Laura Cox said he had "deliberately and violently" shaken two-month-old Eden in anger.

    She added: "There was, in this case, a gross breach of trust... the baby was totally dependent on you.".

    Nottingham Crown Court

    The judge added that Eden's death had "devastating effects" on his mother who had "completely trusted" Robinson with their son.

  13. Watch: 'Sentencing rethink needed to stop police attacks'

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    We told you earlier about the Police Federation calling for tougher sentences for people who attack police officers.

    Phil Matthews told the BBC he wanted to see more people jailed for hitting police officers.

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    Video caption: The Police Federation's Phil Matthews wants to see more police attackers jailed
  14. Grave marker for Southwell great-uncle

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    The Returned From the Front project wants to pull together information about the crosses and where they are to create an online archive.

    Mr Brady's grave marker is for his great-uncle, Francis Brady, who died on 24 September 1916, aged 21.

    He was part of the 2nd Notts and Derby Regiment and enlisted at the beginning of the war with his brother, Terence.

  15. Weather update: Staying dry and bright

    Charlie Slater

    BBC Weather presenter

    Staying generally dry and bright this afternoon with plenty of sunshine and some cloud. Highs of 8C (46F)

  16. Latest headlines for Nottinghamshire

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online