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Midlands Matchday Live: Half-time scores

Premier League:

  • Burnley 0 - 0 Leicester
  • Stoke 1 - 1 Sunderland
  • West Brom 0 - 0 Liverpool
  • Man City v Aston Villa (5.30 KO)

Championship:

  • Birmingham City 0 - 0 Charlton
  • Ipswich 1 - 0 Nottm Forest
  • Millwall 2 - 1 Derby
  • Wigan 0 - 1 Wolves

League One:

  • Coventry 0 - 2 Crewe
  • Notts County 1 - 0 Doncaster
  • Peterborough 1 - 1 Crawley
  • Walsall 2 - 0 Oldham
  • Chesterfield 0 - 1 Bristol City

League Two:

  • Cheltenham 0 - 1 Shrewsbury
  • Burton 3 - 0 Northampton

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'Please just accept us for the way we're born' says partner of Dr Nazim Mahmood

Matt Ogston started his challenge in London a week ago, finishing at Handsworth Cemetery in Birmingham this lunchtime.

He's been raising money to help change attitudes and increase acceptance of gay, lesbian and transgender young people born into religious families.

Read more: Fiancé to complete 130 mile walk in memory of gay partner who took his own life after coming out

Recruitment drive for nurses to join children's heart unit

Glenfield Hospital in Leicester. Credit: Rui Vieira/PA

Glenfield Hospital in Leicester has been holding a recruitment open day to encourage qualified nurses to join the Children's Cardiac Unit.

Interview opportunities, informal discussions with senior members of nursing staff and department tours were offered to those who attended.

The unit was saved from closure in 2012 after a legal challenge against plans to reduce the number of congenital heart units.

Hospital bosses have said the recruitment drive shows the unit is expanding to provide better facilities for families and staff.

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Midlands falls silent to mark Gallipoli centenary

Hundreds attended to remember the fallen of WWI. Credit: ITV News Central

Thousands of people across the Midlands stood in silence today to mark the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign in World War One.

Veterans led the way during a special service of remembrance at Birmingham's Hall of Memory, to commemorate the 45,000 allied troops who died in battle.

In Leicester, people gathered at a ceremony to remember those with local connections who died in the conflict.

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