Councillors in Nottingham are today expected to give final approval to controversial changes to the school year in the city.
Parking restrictions in Nottingham are changing again from today, after a campaign by businesses and residents to relax the rules.
Parking charges in Nottingham could change for the third time in a year after businesses said restrictions were forcing them to close.
Full interview with Councillor David Mellen, leader of Nottingham City Council, defending the authority's decision to change school holiday and term times, and the allegations teachers are facing being sacked if they don't comply.
Nottingham City Council is to press ahead with plans for super-fast broadband despite missing out on central Government funding.
Last month the council submitted a bid for £8.5 million to invest in super-fast broadband. Today it learned that it's bid had not been successful.
"In 1275 King Edward II gifted this land to the people of Nottingham and that remained the same until December last year when the council claimed full ownership of the land."
"We believe that the citizens still have rights to this land and we challenge the council to show us the deeds and charters to show us one way or the other what our rights are as citizens and people of Nottingham in our own market place"
"As far as the court case is concerned we're glad the possession order wasn't given today and we're glad an element of fairness was shown by the judges, we'd have hoped for a longer time to prepare our case - we've only now got two and a half days."
"We'll be meeting with the solicitors and we will come back to the courts"