One lane is closed and there is heavy traffic due to a broken down vehicle on the M1 Northbound at J26 in Nottinghamshire.
Lane one of four is closed.
There is slow traffic due to an earlier overturned lorry on the A1 Northbound at the Markham/Walesby Junction in Nottinghamshire.
The lorry was recovered at around 9am this morning from the grass verge.
We have been looking at the subject of broadband in the West Midlands.
Our correspondent Phil Brewster has been examining what is being done to upgrade our broadband network.
In response to our feature, a spokesperson from Nottinghamshire County Council said:
Nearly 96% of homes and businesses in the county can now access super fast broadband thanks to the programme being delivered by the County Council in partnership with BT.
This puts us well ahead of the national average (91.4%) and East Midlands average (94.6%).
Phase two of our programme, which started earlier this year, will see us achieve 98% coverage in the county by Spring 2018.
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Firefighters have been deployed from across Nottinghamshire to tackle a fire at a large industrial estate in Walesby.
Crews from Arnold, Newark, Warsop and Worksop have been called to the scene at Forest Lane.
Residents are being urged to shut their windows and doors.
Emergency crews are responding to a large fire at an industrial estate in Walesby in Nottinghamshire.
Around 35 firefighters are at the scene. Emergency services are urging residents to keep doors and windows closed.
Large building fire Forest Lane Walesby 7 fire appliances are dealig with the fire local residents should keep doors and windows closed.
Firefighters are currently tackling a large fire at an industrial unit near to #Walesby. More details to follow
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Officers searching for missing Warsop man Nathan Priest have found a body this afternoon (Friday 16 September 2016).
The 28-year-old father-of-two had not been seen since the evening of Friday 9 September.
Although a formal identification has not taken place, his family have been informed of the discovery and are being supported by specialist liaison officers.
There are not believed to be any suspicious circumstances at this time and no arrests have been made.
Nottinghamshire Police are growing increasingly concerned for a 28-year-old man who has been missing for a week now.
Nathan Priest was last seen leaving an address in the Warsop area on Friday evening (9 September 2016).
Nathan is described as white, around 6ft tall, of a large build with short fair straight hair, brown eyes and a fair complexion. He was wearing blue jeans and a blue jacket.