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Summary

  1. Updates for Monday 13 February 2017
  2. Fire in Worksop causing delays
  3. Tesco out-of-date deals see customers overcharged
  4. HMP Nottingham one of worst for perceived safety
  5. Injured Forest keeper Henderson out for season
  6. News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 Tuesday

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By Dave Wade

All times stated are UK

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  2. Weather: Clouds gather overnight

    Lucy Martin

    BBC Weather

    Some late spells of sunshine but feeling cold with strong winds. 

    Maximum temperature:  6C (43F). 

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    Overnight there'll be patchy low cloud with some clear spells. 

    The cloud could be thick enough to produce some drizzle and there's potential for some hill fog to develop. Winds will ease into the morning.

    Minimum temperature: 2C (36F).

  3. Your pictures: Sun sets over Lakeside

    BBC Weather Watchers

    It's been a sunny, chilly day in Nottingham today.

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  4. The French bulldog's Nottingham origins

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    The French bulldog - the dog of choice of many a celebrity - could overtake the Labrador as the most popular dog in Britain, Kennel Club figures have today revealed.

    But did you know about the dog's unlikely Nottingham connections?

    french bulldogs

    Lace workers in the mid-19th Century were finding themselves out of work as new technology made their jobs obsolete.

    English bulldogs were the must-have pet in those days but for reasons unknown Nottingham folk favoured much smaller versions.

    They took these miniature bulldogs with them to France as they went to find work and over the years their popularity grew with them eventually becoming the dog that Lady Ga Ga and the Beckhams love so well.

  5. Foie gras protest planned at village pub

    Nottingham Post

    Animal rights activists will hold a protest outside an award-winning village pub in a bid to get foie gras taken off its menu.

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  6. Latest headlines for Nottinghamshire

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    • Roads re-open in Worksop after early hours building fire
    • HMP Nottingham is the fourth worst prison in the country for perceived safety, BBC investigation reveals
    • Injured Forest keeper Stephen Henderson will be out for the rest of the season
  7. Travel: A38 crash

    BBC Travel

    There's been an accident on the A38 just over the border into Derbyshire, near Alfreton, that's causing delays.

  8. Roads re-open after Worksop fire

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    The Worksop Guardian is reporting roads have finally reopened in the town after the blaze...

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  9. Fire dog in action in Worksop

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    Dexter's got his shoes on ready to investigate the blaze that started in the early hours of this morning in a former gym.

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  10. Injured Forest keeper out for season

    BBC Nottingham Sport

    It's confirmed that Forest goalkeeper Stephen Henderson will miss the rest of the season.

    He's having an operation on his achilles today.

    henderson

    Vladimir Stojkovic and Jordan Smith, who are also injured, could start at Fulham tomorrow night.

    We'll know more later.

  11. More children being exposed to alcohol and drug use

    East Midlands Today

    The NSPCC says it's seen a rise in the number of people in our region reporting drug and alcohol use around children.

    NSPCC sign

    More than 700 people from the East Midlands contacted the charity last year after seeing substance misuse by adults while children were in their care or nearby - a16% rise from the year before.  

  12. HMP Nottingham prisoners 'feel unsafe'

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    Over 60% of prisoners in Nottingham have felt unsafe during their time there, figures have revealed.

    It makes it the fourth worst prison in the country for perceived safety.

    hmp nottingham

    The data from HM Inspectorate of Prisons was collated as part of a BBC Panorama investigation into prison conditions at HMP Northumberland.

    There the undercover journalist reported widespread drug use and security problems.

  13. Reward offered over Harworth arson attacks

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    Crimestoppers are offering a £1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest after a number of buildings, Portacabins, vehicles and skips were deliberately set on fire in a north Nottinghamshire village.

    The Bryndale pub and a former school were burned down last year.

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  14. Snooker: Hamilton on first ranking event win

    Owen Phillips

    BBC Sport Online

    Why were underpants on Nottingham-born snooker player Anthony Hamilton's mind just after he won the German Masters final?

    Anthony Hamilton

    Find out here...

  15. Man in court over village raids

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    A man's been charged with three burglaries in Sutton Bonington last month.

    The 25-year-old, from Nottingham, was arrested over the weekend following the raids, which all took place on 2 January.

    He appeared in court this morning and has been remanded in custody to appear at Nottingham Crown Court next month.

  16. Panthers: Injured McMillan a doubt for semi

    BBC Nottingham Sport

    The Nottingham Panthers were beaten 3-0 in Cardiff last night with the home side scoring all of the goals in the first period. 

    Forward Logan McMillan is a major doubt for tomorrow's Challenge Cup semi-final, after being forced off injured during that first period.

  17. Film researched in Nottingham scoops top Bafta

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    And in another Nottingham link at the Baftas, the film I, Daniel Blake was named outstanding British film at the London ceremony. 

    I, Daniel BlakeImage copyrightEPA Image caption (L-R) I, Daniel Blake star Dave Johns with director Ken Loach, producer Rebecca O'Brien and writer Paul Laverty

    Director Ken Loach (pictured second right) spent time in Nottingham researching the movie, which focuses on the struggles of living in the UK benefits system 

    Loach condemned the government as he accepted the award for outstanding British film - the first of the night to be handed out.

  18. Nottingham cellist gives stirring Baftas performance

    Dave Wade

    BBC Local Live

    What an amazing performance at the Baftas last night by Nottingham's Sheku Kanneh-Mason, the 2016 Young Musician of the Year.

    Sheku Kanneh-Mason Baftas

    Skip to 59:00 via the iPlayer to hear the full rendition of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah which Sheku played during a tribute to figures from the film and TV industry, who died in 2016.