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Concerns are growing for the safety of an 80 year-old woman who has been missing for more than a week.
Inge Lenga, from Syston, is thought to have visited Leicester city centre as she has a bus pass and frequently uses local services.
Leicestershire Police are asking for anyone with information about her whereabouts to get in touch.
A specialist liver surgeon who used to work in Leicester has been suspended over the "avoidable deaths" of eight patients he operated on in south Wales.
Consultant surgeon David Paul Berry, based at University Hospital Wales, has been banned by the General Medical Council (GMC) from doing any further liver surgery.
A professional review of 31 of his patients while with the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, found that 10 went on to die, and "eight of those 10 deaths were avoidable."
Watch Roy Wood from Wizzard recreate his Christmas hit "I wish it could be Christmas every day" with a number of year 7 pupils from Stockland Green School.
The children who sang on the original version 40 years ago were from the same school.
A man from Castle Vale, Birmingham, has been charged with attempted murder following an assault on a man in Shard End which has left him fighting for his life in hospital.
Neville Duke, 34, has been arrested in connection with the stabbing which took place on Kendrick Avenue on Sunday evening.
The 36 year-old remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital after suffering multiple stab wounds.
Neville Duke has been remanded in custody and will appear at Birmingham Magistrates' Court on Wednesday morning.
A 21 year-old man arrested on the day of the attack has been released on police bail while a 39 year-old has been released without charge.
Stan Collymore says he is taking legal advice after being inundated with a stream of racist messages on social media.
The striker, who played for Aston Villa, Leicester City and Nottingham Forest among other clubs, retweeted what he considered to be abusive messages from users.
The football pundit and broadcaster, who often uses the social media platform to highlight prejudice and mental health issues, posted several "screen grab" images of messages sent to his account.
Collymore also hit out at Twitter's legal teams as "not fit for purpose".
Staffordshire Police confirmed they are investigating alleged criminal behaviour in relation to offensive, racist messages sent via Twitter to Collymore, after the radio presenter contacted them last night.
A pensioner has spoken of her anger after she was burgled five times by the same man at her home in Long Eaton, Derbyshire.
Margaret Woodward says she would chase anyone else who tries to burgle her saying "nobody is ever going to do that to me again."