7:00 pm, Sat 16 Nov 2013
Members of Leicester's Filipino community have been holding a fund-raising brunch for victims of the typhoon disaster.
Organisers say the aim was to raise as much money as possible to send supplies of food, water and medicine to the worst-affected areas of their homeland.
Phil Brewster reports.
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6:04 pm, Thu 14 Nov 2013
A man from Nottingham fears Typhoon Haiyan could have claimed the lives of seventeen members of his family in the Philippines.
Nolan Alonzo is waiting for news of his relatives and is trying to organise a private search team to go and look for his family them.
2:19 pm, Thu 14 Nov 2013
A man from Nottingham has told of his fear for dozens of members of his family who are missing after Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines.
Nolan Alonzo told ITV News Central that up to 40 of his relatives are missing or have been confirmed dead since the super-storm hit last week.
4:34 pm, Wed 13 Nov 2013
JCB has donated machines to past disasters, including the Asian tsunami in 2004
Staffordshire digger maker JCB has said it is donating more than £300,000 worth of machines and generators to help people affected by the Filipino typhoon disaster.
The company is sending a fleet of three loaders to aid the clear-up operations following Typhoon Haiyan.
In addition, more than 120 JCB electrical generators are being provided through the company's Filipino dealer Camec.
11:29 am, Tue 12 Nov 2013
It has been four days since Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, and families in the Midlands are still waiting to hear if their loved ones are safe.
Hundreds of thousands of people have been left homeless since the storm - and aid workers from the region are now being mobilised to go and help.
Zaid Al-Rawni is due to land in the Philippines today.