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

The Sketch: Police revealed the disturbances were in the eye of the beholder

Every now and again you get a One Foot In The Grave moment and wonder whether Britain is getting more like the way the Daily Mail describes it.

Former constable guilty of assault

A judge has warned a former police officer that he may be jailed after being found guilty of assaulting a man he was trying to arrest.

Man jailed over street punch

A man who inflicted "catastrophic injuries" with a single punch in an unprovoked attack has been jailed for three years.

Councils set to evict rioters

Council tenants were warned today they could be evicted from their homes if they are found to be involved in rioting.

Anne Keothavong wins all-British tie at Wimbledon

Anne Keothavong moved into the second round of Wimbledon for only the third time in her career as she overcame compatriot Naomi Broady 6-2 6-4.

Tindersticks, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

An episode of cannibalistic sex is in one way tonight's gruesome climax – Béatrice Dalle chomping on an unfortunate lover – with Tindersticks carrying on in their usual hangdog manner. You realise then how intimate their relationship with the French film director Claire Denis is. They find the gore completely natural.

Climate activists urged to appeal against convictions

A group of climate change activists who plotted to shut down the UK's second largest power station have been invited to launch appeals against their convictions.

Students 'not put off by high fees'

Inquiries from would-be students planning to start degrees next year are increasing, despite the prospect of £9,000 fees, a leading university has said.

Big Audio Dynamite, Rock City, Nottingham<br/>Eliza Doolittle, Pyramids Centre, Portsmouth

Mick Jones and Don Letts might be enjoying their reunion, but they make 1986 seem like a very long time ago

The Portrait's costumier reveals all

In this video costume designer Dan Potra takes you through the costume department of an Opera North production of Mieczyslaw Weinberg's The Portrait, which will be playing throughout February and the beginning of March in Leeds, Newcastle, Nottingham and Salford.

Paul Smith looks sharp as profits rise 18 per cent to &#163;21m

The upmarket fashion retailer Paul Smith said it defied the economic downturn to deliver a sharp rise in annual profits, driven by a strong performance in Britain and overseas. The company, founded by the legendary Nottingham-born designer Sir Paul Smith, also increased its turnover, despite wholesale orders slipping.

Forest want to extend Ramsey loan

Nottingham Forest will look to extend Aaron Ramsey's loan spell further into the new year.

Record numbers attend Nottingham GameCity festival

The organisers of Nottingham's GameCity festival have revealed record visitor numbers.

Entangled parachute deaths a 'tragic accident'

The deaths of two people killed after their parachutes became entangled in a routine jump was a "tragic accident", a coroner ruled today.

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