2 hrs ago | This Is Leicestershire
Mercury Opinion begins its justification that "It is right for City to back Nigel" by making spurious comparisons with Leicester City and their rugby counterparts, Leicester Tigers.
6 hrs ago | This is Derbyshire
A MACKWORTH woman who cares for her granddaughter claims she is 7,000 in debt because Derby City Council refuses to pay her the same as a foster parent.
10 hrs ago | Newsday
More than 800,000 homes in the East Midlands are being warned their televisions may be affected by work next week.
14 hrs ago | This Is Leicestershire
More than 1,600 people have supported a call to reopen a post office in a busy shopping area of the Leicester.
18 hrs ago | This Is Leicestershire
Tom Croft is ready to put his body on the line as Leicester Tigers head into their "all-or-nothing" Aviva Premiership Grand Final against Northampton Saints.
TWO of Swadlincote's most successful air cadets are celebrating after winning a place on a prestigious International Air Cadet Exchange scheme.
DITCH attempts are being made to keep the regeneration of Hinckley town centre alive after its rockiest week so far.
Dame Helen Mirren, in character as Queen Elizabeth II, helped grant the wish of a terminally Oliver Burton, 10, who wanted to have tea with the British monarch.
A court has ordered a criminal who was involved in a multi-million money laundering scheme to repay A 300,000 of his ill-gotten gains.
Detectives hunting a man who forced his way into a woman's home to rob her of her jewellery have released a CCTV image of a man they want to trace.
Paul Simon Smith of Welford Road, Blaby, will serve a minimum of three years before he will be eligible for parole.
Fire ripped through an empty house forcing an elderly neighbour to flee her home when flames spread through the adjoining roof space.
Launch of Self Unlimited Design for Life Appeal : L-R Richard Clowes, Appeal Vice-Chairman, Maurice Thompson, Appeal Chairman, David Croisdale-Appleby, Chairman of HFT, Nick Townsend, Chairman of Self Unlimited & guest speaker Digby Lord Jones of Birmingham.
Bruce Martin, 47, who works at Asda, in Oadby, is doing the ride for Save the Children and has already raised 1,400, thanks to his colleagues.
Eight Welsh porkers have been drafted in to help with an environmental project at Beacon Hill Country Park, near Loughborough.
The report, which has just been published, said the 'staff and management have an excellent knowledge of the early years foundation stage.' "Children are very confident and show a very low level of independence and motivation as a result of the extremely well-organised learning environment and the constant evaluation of practice." The report ... (more)