A facial reconstruction of King Richard III is on display today in Leicester's Guildhall on the first stop of a nationwide tour.
A king has been crowned today at Dudley castle after hospital staff made a schoolboy's dream come true
Members of the Richard III Society and other dignitaries held a rose-laying ceremony today at Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre.
A document signed by King Richard III is to go under the hammer in an auction in Los Angeles, America.
Auctioneer, Nate D. Sanders say that approximately only 3 documents bearing the former King's signature have come to auction in the last 30 years.
It is expected to sell for around £50,000 - £82,000.
Comparatively, signed pictures and documents of Henry VIII appear in auctions frequently and fetch around £30,000.
Fifteen living relatives of King Richard the Third are challenging plans in court to rebury him in Leicester.
Archaeologists from the University of Leicester were given permission to excavate a car park in the city centre, and have since decided that the King should be reinterred at Leicester Cathedral.
But the Plantagenet Alliance, made up of the monarch's existing relatives, say he should be reburied in York.
They will now challenge a decision to give the University of Leicester a licence to ultimately decide the King's resting place.
King Richard III's reinterment could include a procession from Bosworth Battlefield to Leicester Cathedral.
Digging for the monarch's bones began under a council car park in the city last summer.
Formal identification confirmed to the world last month the reamins were indeed his.
King Richard's body is believed to have been taken to Leicester after the Battle of Bosworth in 1485.
His remains will be buried at the Cathedral in May next year and experts say proceedings could include an honourable procession from the battlefield.
History will come to life for students in Leicester later as they re-enact the final duel of the Battle of Bosworth.
The English Literature students are studying Shakespeare's play King Richard III as part of their degree course.
King Richard III died in the Battle of Bosworth. His remains were found under a car park in Leicester earlier this year.
Canon Barry Naylor describes what Leicester Cathedral would like for the design of King Richard III's reinterment.
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Officials at Leicester Cathedral will later reveal the exact location in the cathedral where they want to place Richard III's tomb.
The former king could be reintered next spring but campaigners from the former King's home in York are arguing for him to be buried there.
The acting Dean of the Cathedral wants people to be able to see the plans for the Monarch's final resting place.
MP for Leicester South, Jon Ashworth, has confidently stated that the remains of King Richard III will be buried in Leicester Cathedral, instead of York, where its MPs are campaigning to have him buried.
Jon Ashworth MP says he's pleased with today's outcome and welcomes York to 'come and visit' when the medieval king in reinterred.
The Acting-Dean of Leicester Cathedral, Canon Barry Naylor, has disapproved of the abusive letters sent to the the Dean of York Cathedral, the Very Reverend Vivienne Faull – the former Dean of Leicester.
Canon Barry Naylor says, despite political intervention regarding the reburial of Richard III, the cathedral is a place of worship.
An MP from York has laid out the city's claim to the body of Richard III in Parliament today.
The monarch's remains are due to be reinterred at Leicester Cathedral, but campaigners in the former King's home of York, want him buried there.
Hugh Bayley MP for York Central, claims burying the king in York would reconcile the north and south of the country.