Notts County has vowed to retain a zero tolerance policy on bullying amid a police investigation into allegations of racial abuse.
The Royal Mail has produced special stamps to celebrate Notts County's 150th anniversary.
Notts County will tonight hold a gala dinner to mark its 150th anniversary as the World's oldest football league club,
Lights made by University of Nottingham students from recycled materials are being sent to Notts County's ground.
The lighting rigs are built from old goal posts and lamps seized by police in cannabis farm raids. They'll be used to help repair areas of worn out grass on the pitch in winter months.
Notts County Football Club are today receiving four lighting rigs that have been produced by a group of local students using a range of recycled materials.
They've been built using metal from old goalposts, golf buggies and cannabis lamps seized by Nottinghamshire Police during raids.
The rigs will be delivered to the club today and will be used to help the pitch grow in the winter months.
Notts County have appointed Chris Kiwomya as their permanent manager on a three-year deal.
The 43-year-old joined as development squad manager in February 2012 and was made caretaker boss after the departure of Keith Curle last month.
Notts County v Leyton Orient - KO at 7:45pm – live updates here
Chris Kiwomya's first game as manager will be away to Tranmere Rovers on Tuesday evening.
The club then host Carlisle United next Saturday.
In a statement, the Board of Notts County said it had been suitably impressed by Kiwomya in his position as caretaker manager, following the departure of Keith Curle.
“Chris has shown his desire and enthusiasm for the job and coupled this with a tactical astuteness that has allowed him to turn things around when they haven’t been going exactly as we would have liked."
“We think Chris deserves the chance to build on the work that he has done in the short space of time that he has been in charge of first team affairs and we are happy to confirm that he will be at the helm until the end of the current campaign.
– Ray Trew, Notts County Chairman
“We will, of course, review the situation at the end of the season, but Chris now has the chance to show us exactly what he can do, in the knowledge that he has an extended spell in charge.”
Notts County has confirmed caretaker boss Chris Kiwomya will step up to the role of first team manager for the remainder of the 2012/13 season.
Kiwomya joined the club as a development squad manager in February last year. He took control of the first team earlier this month, after the club parted ways with Keith Curle.
Notts County have announced that Chris Kiwomya will be taking charge of the first team squad as caretaker manager.
The development squad manager was asked by Chairman Ray Trew, to take charge of first team matters following the departure of Keith Curle earlier today.
The former Ipswich, Arsenal and QPR striker accepted the offer and will now take charge of his first game when the team travel to Stevenage on Tuesday evening.
Notts County have confirmed they have sacked manager Keith Curle.
Curle took over in February last year and was removed following a run which saw them win just two of their last 11 games.
Notts County are currently 10th in League One.