As Westminster celebrates the achievements of Nottingham in a special 'Nottingham in Parliament Day', our correspondent Alison Mackenzie has been meeting some of the figures at today's event.
- Here's what Nottingham's most famous outlaw Robin Hood had to say.
More than 60 Nottingham institutions and businesses are heading to Parliament Square to boost the city's profile.Read the full story ›
A 42-year-old man has appeared in court charged with murder in connection with the discovery of a badly burned headless body in a lay-by.Read the full story ›
A 17-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault and attempted rape in connection with two serious sexual assaults.
The first alleged assault in Nottingham is believed to have occurred in Derby Road, Lenton, near to Hill Side at around 8am.
The second is believed to have occurred in Woodyard Lane, Wollaton, at around 8.30am on Sunday 23 October 2016.
Police are still appealing for anyone with any information and are asking people to call 101 with any information to help their investigations.
Nottinghamshire Police are appealing for witnesses after receiving reports of two serious sexual assaults early this morning.
The first alleged assault is believed to have occurred in Derby Road, Lenton, near to Hill Side at around 8am.
The second alleged assault is believed to have occurred in Woodyard Lane, Wollaton, at around 8.30am.
Officers believe the alleged assaults were carried out by the same man, who is described as a mixed race man in his late teens or early twenties, wearing a hoodie. He may also have been travelling by bicycle.
Officers would like to speak to anyone who may have seen anything, or have any information, in relation to either of the alleged assaults, please call 101.
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the death of Herbert Kilpin, the son of a Nottingham butcher who left an extraordinary legacy.Read the full story ›
Tomorrow, a short ceremony will take place outside a derelict shop in Nottingham which was once the home of a Victorian lace worker. It's to mark a hundred years since the death of Herbert Kilpin - a man virtually unknown in his home city, but revered in Italy as the founder of football giants AC Milan.
Our correspondent Peter Bearne looks at his extraordinary legacy in the second part of our series. Tomorrow ITV Central will be at the ceremony and you can see more of the event on our programme at 17:30.
Nottinghamshire Police have arrested a woman in connection with sexual offences in the 1980s.
The 59-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of one count of indecent assault and actual bodily harm, and two counts of indecency with a child.
The offences relate to two victims, a boy and girl, alleged to have happened between 1984 and 1986 at Amberdale children’s home.
The arrest was made as part of Operation Equinox, an on-going investigation into allegations of historical abuse of children at children’s homes and other institutions in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.
The University of Nottingham is hoping to study the genetics of an ultra-rare garden snail.Read the full story ›
A hundred years ago, a penniless lace worker from Nottingham died in Italy after years of heavy smoking and drinking - he was 46, but Herbert Kilpin left an extraordinary legacy - he founded AC Milan, one of the world's most successful football clubs. Kilpin's influence was so great that many regard him as "the father of Italian football". Now, on the centenary of his death, his achievements are finally being recognized in Nottingham too. Peter Bearne has been learning more about a football pioneer.