Singer and actor Alvin Stardust from Mansfield has died this morning aged 72 after a short illness, his manager has said.
This is a list of the top 5 biggest hits for Nottingham singer Alvin Stardust, who has died at the age of 72.
In total, he had seven Top Ten entries and was set to release a new album, entitled 'Alvin', at the beginning of next month.
His final performance was at the Regal Cinema in Evesham.
His manager revealed this morning that he had suffered from a short illness.
- “My Coo-Ca-Choo” released in 1973
- “Jealous Mind” released in 1974
- “You, You, You” released in 1974
- “Red Dress” released in 1974
- “Good Love” released in 1975
There are now around 40 firefighters at the scene of the fire at a disused school building in Nottingham.
The blaze in Clifton at the old Fairham College has forced Summerwood Lane to close between Farnborough Road and Thistledown Road junction.
Singer and actor Alvin Stardust died this morning aged 72 after a short illness, his manager has said.
Stardust was set to release a new album, entitled 'Alvin, at the beginning of next month.
Writing on his official website he had said of the record:
This coming year marks the 100th anniversary since the first Ladybird book was published in Loughborough.
The childrens books have been read by millions of people learning to read.
This weekend is the start of celebrations to mark their anniversary.
This picture shows smoke from a fire in Clifton in Nottingham.
There are six crews on the scene of the blaze in a derelict building.
Six crews are on the scene of a fire in a derelict building in Clifton, Nottingham.
While firefighters from Nottingham deal with the incident at the old Fairham College, Summerwood Lane is closed between Farnborough Road and Thistledown Road junction.
A train driver says it is a 'devastating experience' for anybody who comes to work and is involved in a fatality.
It comes ahead of conference being held in the region today on the growing number of suicides on railways.
You can watch the interview with Andy Botham, train driver and ASLEF union rep, here:
Derby's new £27 million cycling and sports arena will be another step closer to opening today.
Builders will hand over the keys to the Pride Park complex at a celebration involving cyclists, athletes and musicians.
Today's event marks the end of major construction work.