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The University of Nottingham is the greenest university in the world, according to a new study.

Cities give thumbs down to David Cameron's elected mayors plan

David Cameron's dream of elected mayors in all major cities looked to be in tatters today.

Lord Heseltine predicted low turnouts for today's elections

Lord Heseltine braced for low turn-outs in ten city mayor referendums

Lord Heseltine said yesterday he was braced for low turn-outs in ten referendums today on creating a new wave of elected city mayors as he admitted there was very little interest in the issue among the public.

Nottingham shotgun death pair formally identified as drowned woman's family

Police are appealing for information after a woman and her father were found with gunshot wounds in a house nearly two weeks after her mother's body was recovered from a river.

Drivers' strike to hit East Midlands Trains rail services

Rail services will be hit tomorrow because of a strike by hundreds of drivers in a dispute over pensions.

Raleigh sold to Dutch rival Accell

Classic bike brand Raleigh was today sold to Dutch rival Accell in a deal valuing the 125-year-old company at £62.2 million.

Occupy protest camp to break up after 190 days

Anti-capitalist protesters who had been locked in a legal battle over their right to camp in Nottingham's main square will end their protest this evening after more than six months.

Tom Youngs could gain valuable experience by going South Africa

Untested Youngs could join brother on England's tour

Leicester's rookie hooker Tom Youngs could make his England debut before starting an Aviva Premiership match for his club after being pencilled in for the summer tour of South Africa.

The gospel church that's so noisy it 'drowned out traffic'

A gospel church has been fined after neighbours complained about its services being too noisy.

Gospel church fined over 'noisy' services

A gospel church was fined after nearby residents complained about its services being too noisy, it has been revealed today.

Dutch firm in talks to get behind wheel at Raleigh

The British bicycle maker Raleigh is set to fall into overseas hands after a Dutch rival, Accell, said yesterday that it was in exclusive talks over buying the business.

Daniel Bartlam killed his mother Jacqueline in a hammer attack at their home before burning her body.

Teen jailed for life after killing mother in Coronation Street inspired hammer attack

A teenager has been jailed for life for beating his mother to death with a hammer then setting light to her body in a “chilling” murder inspired by a Coronation Street storyline.

DIY security: 'We staple clothes to mannequins,' says the manager of Octavia Foundation shop, Christina Rosa

Shoplifters target designer clothes from charity shops

Oxfam loses £3,500 watch, Fara a £500 Moschino dress: thefts rise by a fifth in two years

Feel the fear factor: Simon Calder prepares to take the Nemesis Sub-Terra ride

Are you feeling scared yet?

On Saturday, Alton Towers unveils its new attraction for thrill-seekers, Nemesis Sub-Terra. Simon Calder gets a sneak preview of what's billed as an underground nightmare and finds that he's not as tough as he thought

Man loses toe after trapping foot in escalator

A routine visit to a Nottingham shopping centre ended in horror for one man today after he trapped his foot in an escalator and lost his toe.

In Basildon, Royal Court, London

David Eldridge's In Basildon is a gloriously rich, humorous, agonising and politically provocative play, but it has been staged by the Royal Court's artistic director, Dominic Cooke, in a bafflingly peculiar, not to say, counterproductive way.

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She's done pretty well, for a boffin without a beard

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Doctor Who Into the Dalek more than compensated for last week's nonsensical offering
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Fashion walks away from the celebrity runway show

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Don't swallow the tripe – a user's guide to weasel words

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