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Five people have been questioned by police after a man suffered a wound believed to have been caused by a knife in an assault in Lenton on Wednesday.
The man was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre for treatment following the incident on Sherwin Road, but his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
A 26-year-old man has been bailed pending further enquiries. Four other people have been released without charge.
Police have just released a picture of a baby found abandoned in a box outside a house in Corby.
She was found wrapped in a blue blanket wearing just a nappy on Ibsen Walk on Monday (September 28th)
Detectives are hoping that by issuing a picture the mother may come forward.
The city will be full of laughter this weekend as the annual comedy festival returns for another year.
Chris Ramsey, Frankie Boyle, Lee Nelson, Rob Beckett, Tom Stade, Henning Wehn and US musical comedy superstar 'Weird Al' Yankovic are just some of the comedians you can see at the 8-day festival.
See more at Birmingham Comedy Festival
There'll be over 100 performers appearing at 20 venues across the city in a line-up that mixes multi-award winning international comedians with fast-rising names and the best acts from across the region.
We've also got classic Laurel and Hardy films, science inspired theatre, magic, cabaret and burlesque, music, sketches, podcasting, improv', and an exhibition.
The festival returns this weekend for another year of performances in the heart of the city.
Dance displays will take over the city's streets throughout the weekend, and free "fringe" performances will be held in various venues open to all. Concerts will take place in the City Marquee, Guildhall Theatre, The Old Bell Hotel and Derby Cathedral.
More here: Derby Folk Festival
This is the ninth year for Derby Folk Festival, and we continue to grow, not just in size, but in the whole buzz that a great event creates.
This year we have over 40 acts and 6 dance sides accounting for well over 200 performers, appearing in 14 different locations (indoor and outdoor) throughout the city.
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This weekend families are invited to go back in time and enjoy Shakespeare inspired events as you’ll get a glimpse of what 16th century England was like.
There’ll be lots for children to enjoy from dance and music workshops, dressing up, quill writing or even listen to speeches from legendary Shakespeare plays. The fun palace is open to all ages and entry is free.
See more at the Shakespeare Fun Palace
We’re thrilled to bring the Fun Palaces project to Stratford-upon-Avon this year where local people can come along and take part in a huge variety of creative and science-related activities, with a Shakespearian twist!
There really is something for everyone and we hope that people will come along and be part of this wonderful celebration of creativity and community.
With 720 years of history, the Goose Fair will return to the city this week from Wednesday running through till Sunday.
For the first time in recent years there will be new attractions and facilities on offer including a new licensed entertainment venue – the Moose Bar, free live music performances, old favourite family rides including waltzers, carousels and Hook-a-Duck.
See more: Nottingham City Council Goose Fair
Goose Fair is a very popular event in Nottingham which attracts over four hundred thousand visitors every year. For 2015, we’ve decided to allow a bar to operate with the intention of it providing a place for people to take a break from the crowds.
It is specifically designed to be family-friendly and will see live musicians playing
Nottingham has secured Purple Flag status for a sixth consecutive year, for its management of the evening and night-time economy in the city centre.
Purple Flag is a national scheme with the accreditation process being similar to the Green Flag Award for parks and Blue Flag for beaches.