A man from Northampton has found internet fame after a video of him failing to climb a wall on a Tough Mudder challenge went viralRead the full story ›
We're opening up our ITV News Central archives and bringing you videos and stories from days gone by.
In the week that this season's football Transfer Deadline Day deals were done right up to the wire, we're opening our Midlands Memories series with a video featuring transfer-talk - from the 1960's !
Ten players at West Bromwich Albion ask for a block transfer from the club. Click below to see the video from 1963, featuring Simon Smith interviewing Don Howe and other players.
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According to The Independent, Philippa Langley is to begin research with cold case investigators into the fate of two young princes.Read the full story ›
An English Bulldog belonging to a Coventry man has given birth to 16 puppies. Could this be the largest litter the country has seen?Read the full story ›
A police force has come under fire for launching an appeal to reunite a woman with her Belgian chocolates.Read the full story ›
A stolen dog has been reunited with its owners, thanks to Ant and Dec and the power of social media.Read the full story ›
The six-minute video of David and Hollie Smith from Glenfield, has been viewed more than 27,000 times in three days on YouTube.Read the full story ›
A mum who was warned by doctors that her cervix was too small to deliver a healthy baby is celebrating the birth of her ‘miracle’ child.Read the full story ›
A Nottingham street is the home of the UK's first ever Pot Noodle vending machine.
In important news for drunk Nottingham people walking home, Mansfield Rd now has it's own Pot Noodle vending machine http://t.co/5S2RLVet37
Punters in need of a late night snack can choose from spicy curry, beef, tomato or chicken and mushroom.
The vending machine recently appeared on Mansfield Road and is scheduled to be up and running from next week.
The machine, which will be operating 24-hours-a-day, is expected to be a hit with students.
This is probably the best news I've heard all year.
It is always a pain trying to order what kebab you want when you barely make sense after a heavy night.
So to have something this easy and for it to be Pot Noodle too, it's just incredible.
I imagine the queues for this will be bigger than the ones to get into some of the clubs.
Pot Noodles were launched back 1977 with the original idea of a cup of flavoured noodles coming from Japan.