Sheffield's Danny Willet and Matthew Fitzpatrick and Worksop's Lee Westwood are to tee off in the first round of the prestigious Masters tournament in the USA today.
Westwood is the first to tee off with Tom Watson and Charley Hoffman at 2:15pm.
Matthew Fitzpatrick, who is taking part in his first Masters tournament as a professional, tees off at 4:38pm with Darren Clarke and Billy Horschel.
Danny Willett is part of one of the final groups to begin at 6:39pm along with Sergio Garcia and Ryan Moore.
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One lane of the M1 is closed Northbound and there is heavy traffic due to a broken down lorry in the roadworks area near J30 A616 / A6135 (Worksop / Sheffield South).
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Plans to build a new £12 million higher education centre in Rotherham will move a step closer today with the merger of two big colleges.
North Nottinghamshire College, which is the third biggest employer in Worksop, is joining forces with Rotherham College of Arts and Technology. The move will bring together almost 25,000 students.
Both campuses will remain in place but there will be new courses for students and employers added to the existing provision of both institutions.
The father of Neil Entwistle, the IT consultant serving life in a United States jail for murdering his wife and their nine month old daughter, has given his first ever television interview and told Calendar that he will never give up on his son.
It is 10 years this week since the killings took place in Boston in America and Cliff Entwistle, a local councillor in Worksop, has chosen the anniversary to speak out for the first time, maintaining his son's innocence and claiming he did not get a fair trial:
A60 Sandy Lane at Worksop in Nottinghamshire is closed due to a police incident around A57/High Grounds Road.
Police are directing traffic.
Nottinghamshire Police have confirmed that a police vehicle was involved in a collision with a pedestrian on Tuesday evening.
The crash happened shortly after 4.30pm on Memorial Way in Worksop.
The female pedestrian sustained serious injuries and was taken to hospital in Sheffield.
The circumstances of the collision are being investigated and the matter has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
There is heavy traffic due to broken down vehicle on M1 Southbound this morning.
It is between J30 A616 / A6135 (Worksop / Sheffield South) and J29 A617 / A6175 (Chesterfield / Mansfield). Congestion extends on M1 to J31 A57 (Sheffield / Worksop), in the roadworks area.
One lane of three is closed.
An investigation is underway after a fire broke out at a school in Nottinghamshire on Wednesday night.
Around 40 people were inside Langold Dyscarr community school when the blaze began. Firefighters tackled the fire and the building was safely evacuated.
In a statement, the school's headteacher said:
An investigation is underway and the cause of the fire is currently unknown. We don't know how quickly the school will reopen as there is currently no supply of electricity.
My main concern is for the safety of our pupils and as headteacher, I will take advice from Nottinghamshire County Council and the Fire Service who are currently on site.
The fire was dealt with very effectively, but we are unable to comment further.