The Great British Bake Off will have its youngest and oldest contestants this year.
A man dressed as Batman has been spotted hanging around various locations in Nottingham City Centre. But who is the caped crusader?
As high pressure moves away and low pressure moves in, a cold front will cross the UK. This will bing a fresher feel to our weather.
The Nottingham sprinter, William Sharman, narrowly missed out on gold in the men's 110m hurdles at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
He came second to Jamaica's Andrew Riley, after a slight mistake at the 8th hurdle cost him some time.
A man who died after an assault in Top Valley in Nottinghamshire has been identified.
Richard Rovetto from Arnold suffered serious injuries after he was attacked in Bestwood Park Drive in the early hours of Sunday.
The 29-year-old was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre where he later died.
A 26-year-old man has been charged with manslaughter and is due before magistrates later.
Police say they are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a University of Nottingham student who has been missing since last Thursday.
Tom Nixon, aged 20, was last seen in the Elmsthorpe Avenue area of Lenton at around 1:00am.
He is white, about 6ft tall and has dark hair, which is possibly shaved. He also wears glasses.
Thousands of passport workers are striking today as the Summer holidays get underway.
They have taken the action in a bid to end staffing shortages which have caused an ongoing backlog crisis, with holiday-goers left waiting for their renewed passports.
It could affect holiday plans for families across the Midlands.
– Public and Commercial Services union
A new recruitment drive is underway but many of the posts being advertised are not permanent jobs and are only likely to replace 8% of staff needed. The Passport Office has cut hundreds of staff since 2010 but the agency only agreed to meet the union to seriously discuss jobs after recent media and political scrutiny.
A mysterious caped crusader who dresses as Batman has been spotted hanging from bus stops and landmarks in broad daylight around Nottingham city centre.
It may seem random but Nottingham is in fact linked to the famous caped crusader.
Find out what links the City has to Batman:
- Batman writers have acknowledged the connection to the Nottinghamshire village Gotham. They say it inspired author Washington Irving and led to the nickname “Gothamers” who live in the city.
- Gotham was only first referred to in The Batman Chronicles #6, before that is was known as an unnamed metropolis.
– Batman Villain
We could call it 'Gotham' after a village in England where, according to common belief, all are bereft of their wits.”
- In the comic books a scheming villain reveals why the city should be named Gotham: "We could call it 'Gotham' after a village in England where, according to common belief, all are bereft of their wits”.
- People in Gotham were known as 'mad' because the legend goes they pretended to be to stop King John using their roads, as madness was believed to be contagious.
- Filming for Christopher Nolan’s 2012 film The Dark Knight Rises took place at Wollaton Hall, which was used as Wayne Manor.
School children from Lambley in Nottinghamshire have helped write a book containing their tips aimed at making children feel more confident.
Making friends and exam stress are some of the issues covered.
Money raised from the book will go towards a national anti-bullying campaign by Childline.
Beware...the matrix signs and other signals on the motrway network through the Midlands region are broken and cannot be reset.
Drivers are being warned of a busy time on the roads as the summer getaway begins.
The roads are expected to be up to 25 per cent busier than normal on Saturdays throughout the summer, with the M6 between Coventry and Wolverhampton, the M1 through Leicestershire and the A52 through Derbyshire expected to be particularly congested.
Drivers are urged to leave early to allow for delays.