Firefighters in Nottingham tackled a fire at a building that was under construction this morning.
It happened in Beeston over night, and the pictures show flames rising high into the air.
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A man's been charged with the murder of a 21-year-old in Nottingham.
Reuben Morris Laing was found with serious injuries outside a shop in Robin Hood Street in the St Ann's area of the city last Wednesday.
29-year-old Remee Jarrett, will appear at Nottingham Magistrates court later where he's also charged with attempted grievous bodily harm with intent on another man involved in the incident and possession of a weapon.
A 22-year-old woman who was arrested in relation to the incident has been released on bail as investigations continue.
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A murder investigation is underway after a man was found with fatal injuries in Nottingham last night.
Roads around the incident in St Ann's were closed as officers examined the scene. The inquiry is now under the command of the region's major crime unit which includes specialist officers from across the East Midlands. Melissa Wright reports.
Community police officers in Nottingham are stepping up patrols this evening following the terror attack in Westminster today:
Police have caught more than 40 drivers not wearing a seatbelt across the East Midlands during a recent crackdown on rogue drivers.
Officers patrolled the motorway on the A1 in an unmarked HGV and pulled over motorists they could see were not wearing them.
It's part of their Fatal 4 campaign which also targets drink driving, speeding and using a mobile phone behind the wheel.
It follows a previously successful campaign by police in Nottinghamshire.
The penalty for not wearing a seatbelt is a £100 fine and for driving while using a mobile phone it is a £200 fine and six points on the driving license.
Drivers in Nottingham are being advised to avoid Raleigh Street, where a fire has broken out at an apartment block.
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service currently have seven fire engines on the scene as well as an aerial platform ladder.
Crews are still working to bring a fire in the roof under control.