Elly, who has a rare form of bone cancer, was given tickets for a dream trip to Florida to swim with dolphins.
New mums in Nottingham will be able to donate their umbilical cords after giving birth, at new facilities at two of the city's hospitals.
1500 people have applied for six jobs at a coffee shop in Nottingham.
More businesses could be in line for payouts to help soften the impact on trade from tram works in Nottingham.
Nottinghamshire County Council is discussing widening the scope of financial packages available to firms who have suffered disruption caused by construction of the new lines.
A decision is expected in the next few days.
Find out exactly when and where the tram works are taking place here.
Tram passengers in Nottingham - might get a free journey this morning. Tokens are being given out at stops across the city to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the service.
Ninety million trips have been made on the trams in the last ten years.
General Manager of Nottingham Express Transit, Paul Robinson, says the company is 'proud' of the service they've delivered over a ten year period.
We can look back on a superb ten year period that has seen local residents and people from further afield discover the convenience of travelling by tram.
We are very proud of the service we deliver and the tram sets Nottingham apart from many other leading cities in the country. With somewhere between 8 million and 10 million passenger journeys a year, NET has made a major impact on local public transport services.
As part of our anniversary celebrations, we’ve involved both customers and staff as we look forward to exciting times ahead.
Nottingham City Council has also praised the benefits of the network to the city's economy. Councillor Jane Urquhart said:
Nottingham’s tram continues to be a really successful part of the city and its reputation. It has already brought economic development through Line One and we look forward to the expanded network doing the same.”
As part of celebrations for the 10th anniversary of Nottingham's tram network, the city's ice-hockey fans are receiving free tram-travel for the day.
Nottingham Express Transit sponsor the Nottingham Panthers and marketing manager, Jamie Swift, said:
“We wanted to involve the club’s supporters in our celebrations, so anyone with a ticket for Sunday’s match at the Capital FM Arena can travel to the game for free...
... Meanwhile on Monday, tram staff will also be out and about at stops giving away plenty of free tokens of our appreciation as we mark this important milestone in our history.”
Nottingham's tram network is celebrating its 10th anniversary today, since first launching a decade ago in 2004.
Nottingham Express Transit marked the occasion last weekend, with a marquee in Old Market Square, where the public were able to take part in activities.
With work on two new lines to Clifton and Chilwell expected to be completed later this year, the public were also shown a presentation about the benefits of the extension.
The celebrations look to continue in the upcoming weeks, with NET giving away free tram travel for a year and five three-month tram passes through online competitions.
Police in Nottingham are looking for the driver of a black BMW car, after a woman in her twenties was seriously injured in a collision on Friday.
The incident happened at around 4.30pm yesterday, when a black BMW with silver alloy wheels hit a woman on Ilkeston Road in Radford.
The woman was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre, where she remains in a serious but stable condition.
A passenger-side wing-mirror was found at the scene after the collision and Police believe the car will also have damage to its front end.
Lance Bombardier Coke says it is a 'sad day' as the The 307 (South Nottinghamshire Hussars Yeomanry Royal Horse Artillery) Battery Royal Artillery, parade through Nottingham for the last time today.
But he hopes the restructuring of the Army can provide him with a new beginning and a new challenge.
A Nottingham-based Army Reserve Battery will parade through the city for the final time today before being placed in 'suspended animation' as part of a restructuring of the armed forces by the Ministry of Defence.
The 307 (South Nottinghamshire Hussars Yeomanry Royal Horse Artillery) Battery Royal Artillery, which is based in Bulwell, will march along High Pavement to Low Pavement, onto Wheeler Gate before turning right into South Parade and onto the Old Market Square.
The parade starts at 10:00am at St Mary's Church in the Lace Market and will be led by the Band of the South Notts Hussars.
Work to repair the Holme Lock in Nottingham has got underway. It is being carried out by the Canal and River Trust. It is a big task - the lock chamber is 30 feet deep and 175 foot long!
The bones discovered by construction workers in Nottingham have been confirmed as human remains by police.
The bones have been examined today, following their discovery in Poplars Court, Lenton Lane, at around 5.15pm yesterday.
Workers constructing a tram line found the remains, which included two skulls, while they were digging underground.
Early indications suggest they are not recent. More excavations are underway, and the bones continue to be examined. A police cordon is still in place.