A king has been crowned today at Dudley castle after hospital staff made a schoolboy's dream come true
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The two peregrine falcon hatchlings are currently nested at the top of the Newton building in Nottingham city centre.
Both hatched in the early hours of this morning (Monday 29 April). A third is expected to hatch soon.
Two peregrine falcons hatched on top of a Nottingham Trent University building with a third on its way.
The birds are nested at the top of the Newton building in Nottingham city centre.
A live camera of the falcons and their parents can be seen here.
A group of trainers have taken guide dog puppies to RAF Museum Cosford today for essential training.
Five puppies – all under the age of eight months – are visiting the museum for a days' training around different types of aeronautical sights, sounds and smells.
There are over 4,700 guide dog owners in the UK.
The story of a young police officer killed in a brawl in 1897 has resurfaced.
The helmet of George Snipe, a young policeman in Birmingham, was recently placed in a museum. It was here, under the interest of his relatives – and the relatives of his killer – the full story came to light.
A goat at a farm in Nottinghamshire has adopted two lambs who were rejected by their mother three weeks ago.
The lambs, who really were the black sheep of the family, were born nearly three weeks ago at White Post Farm in Farnsfield. They've now been taken into the care of Geraldine the Golden Guernsey goat.
The farm has launched a Facebook page inviting visitors to suggest names for the lambs.
Anthony Moore, one of the managers at the farm, said: "We were worried because the first few days are critical as the lambs need nutrients from their mother's milk. Luckily Geraldine was more than happy to adopt and feed them.
"She had a male kid earlier this year so is no stranger to motherhood," added Anthony Moore.
Gardening expert Chris Beardshaw has recommended a new technique for bigger blooms - blast your plants with heavy metal.
The broadcaster and gardening expert revealed that a constant diet of Black Sabbath worked wonders on a greenhouse full of plants, but exposure to Sir Cliff Richard proved a total disaster and killed every plant in a horticultural experiment.
The experiment showed that plants subjected to Black Sabbath had the best flowers and the best resistance to pest and disease.
A pony from Leicestershire who helps people with disabilities has been recognised at the ITV British Animal Honours 2013 awards.
Twenty-year-old Yorkie has given rides to 500 people in need of therapeutic treatment.
The award ceremony, presented by Paul O'Grady, with be on ITV tonight at 8pm.