Live updates

Malakai McKenzie murder: Police make new arrest

A man has been arrested in connection with the murder of a teenager from Nottingham three years ago.

The Hubb Pub, Nottingham, where the shooting took place Credit: ITV News Central

Malakai McKenzie was shot outside The Hubb pub on Hucknall Road in Sherwood on 21 April 2012.

A 29-year-old man was arrested in connection with his murder at Gatwick Airport yesterday.

In June 2013 Cameron Cashin was found guilty of Malakai McKenzie's murder following a six week trial. He was sentenced to life in prison with a minimum term of 34 years.

Advertisement

Concert to be held in memory of Tunisia attack victim

Joel Richards Credit: ITV News

A concert will be held in Wednesbury later in memory of Joel Richards, who was killed in the Tunisia terror attack in June.

He died alongside his uncle, Adrian Evans, and grandfather, Patrick Evans, when a gunman opened fire in the resort of Sousse.

The 21-year-old football referee was a student at the University of Worcester.

Proceeds of the event, held at Wednesbury town hall, will go to a brain tumour society.

Advertisement

Coventry City sign striker Marc Antoine-Fortune

Fortune during his time at Wigan Athletic Credit: Nick Potts/PA Archive/PA Images

Coventry City have confirmed the signing of striker Marc Antoine-Fortune on a one-year deal.

The former West Brom player has trained with the Sky Blues over the past week and impressed manager Tony Mowbray.

Since starting to play in the United Kingdom, Antoine-Fortune has also played for sides including Celtic, Wigan Athletic and Doncaster Rovers.

He will wear the number 32 shirt for the Sky Blues.

He'll give the squad a physical presence up front and he'll bring plenty of experience to the squad, which the young players can tap into."

"He's a great option for us to have and with Marc in our squad, I think we've got a better balance in the forward areas."

– Tony Mowbray, Coventry City manager
Load more updates Back to top