A group of local football players have recreated the famous Christmas truce match of World War One in Ypres.
A special five-part series giving a unique insight into one of the most challenging jobs in education - primary school head teacher.
A mother and baby from Nottinghamshire have had a lucky escape after a van ploughed into their front garden, narrowly missing them.
Glyn Travis, assistant secretary of the Prison Officers' Association (POA), said: "There is a serious incident at HMP Ranby. At around 12.30pm 120 prisoners refused to return to their cells. They have taken control of a unit.
"We have got national resources at the prison trying to establish a surrender plan. We know 60 prisoners have been actively involved."
A Prison Service spokesman said: "A disturbance involving between 30 and 60 prisoners at HMP Ranby started on one wing at around midday. Minor damage has been sustained and there have been no injuries to staff or prisoners. Prison staff are being deployed to resolve the incident safely."
A disturbance has broken out at a prison after 120 inmates refused to return to their cells this afternoon. The Prison Officers' Association confirmed the "serious incident" at HMP Ranby in Nottinghamshire started at around 12.30pm and is ongoing.
A spokesman for the Prison Service said minor damage was sustained and there were no injuries to staff or prisoners. On Thursday a report described HMP Ranby as unsafe with high levels of violence.
Council leaders in Nottinghamshire are calling on the Highways Agency to allow lorries carrying coal direct access to the M1, from a planned new open cast mine.
The authority says if lorries can't use the service station exit, they'll have to go on a 12-mile detour through nearby villages instead.
The names of the three people who died in a crash on the A1 at Ranby in North Nottinghamshire have been released by police. Leroy Carrington, 68, and Sheila Carrington, 58, from Tyne and Wear died when their car was in collision with another vehicle yesterday morning Sunday July 20. Roderick Franks, 58, from Hertfordshire was the passenger in the other car. He was taken to hospital but died a short time later.
An investigation is underway into an accident in Nottinghamshire which has left three people dead.
Emergency services were called out to the A1 at Ranby at around 11.20 pm following reports that a number of cars had been involved in an accident.
The southbound carriageway is closed between junction 34 and 57 at Blyth but is expected to re-open later this afternoon.
A 25-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm after another man was found injured in Nottinghamshire.
Police were called out to Commercial road in Bulwell at around 6.15pm on Friday where they discovered the 45-year-old.
He is now in a stable condition in hospital.
The #A1 remains closed southbound Blyth to Apleyhead after a serious accident overnight - one lane also still closed northbound (07:26)
Three people have been killed following a serious crash on the A1 at Ranby in Nottinghamshire last night. Emergency services were called at around 11.20 pm following reports that a number of cars had been involved in an accident. The southbound carriageway is closed between junction 34 and 57 at Blyth and is expected to stay shut most of the morning. Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
The community of Southwell will come together later for a 'Flood Fest' to commemorate last year's flood which affected almost 100 homes.
There will be sport, a BBQ, music and the first annual Southwell Tug o' War Championship.
The local residents will also tae part in the mass singing of a song for Southwell - "The Rain Came Down." The song tells the story of the increasing severity of the storm and what happened.