Leicester will campaign to have the remains of King Richard III reburied in the city's cathedral, at the High Court in London.
Relatives of Richard III, whose body was unearthed in Leicester, have won the right to challenge plans to rebury his remains in the city.
Leicester Cathedral have revealed the remains of Richard III will be buried with honour beneath a raised tomb.
Taxpayers should not have to foot the bill for a High Court battle over whether the remains of King Richard III should be reburied in York or Leicester, lawyers for the Justice Secretary have argued.
In a move which could stop the case, the lawyers challenged moves to shield relatives of the monarch from legal costs.
A judge sitting in London said he would give his ruling on the costs issue as soon as he could.
Richard's remains were discovered buried under a council car park in Leicester last year and the plan is for them to be re-interred at the city's cathedral.
But the relatives have formed the Plantagenet Alliance Ltd to fight for the remains to be buried at York Minster, claiming it was the King's wish.
Money pledged towards funding Richard III's final resting place in Leicester is being withdrawn after a row over how his tomb should look.
The design of the raised stone tomb for the last Plantagenet king, which is to be installed at Leicester Cathedral, has caused a row in the society who campaigned to find the location of his forgotten grave.
Now, some supporters of the Richard III Society say they will not contribute funds towards the tomb's construction, after the new design was revealed last week.
Final approval for the tomb's design lies with the Cathedrals Fabric Commission for England, which is expected to make a decision by late October.
A rare fragment of flag from the Battle of Bosworth has been discovered by a Derbyshire man.
The fragment of flag was carried by Sir Robert Harcourt, who was flag standard bearer to Henry Tudor at Bosworth.
The battle was infamous for King Richard III losing his life, which led to the start of the Tudor dynasty.
The estimate on the flag fragment has been set at £3000-5000 and will be auctioned in Derbyshire this Saturday.
Leicester Cathedral chiefs have announced the proposed tomb of Richard III will be made of Yorkshire limestone.
The stone was chosen to reflect the last Plantagenet King’s links to York.
The raised tomb will be carved out of finely worked Swaledale fossil limestone, which is quarried near to Middleham, where Richard III underwent his boyhood training, and later lived.
The plans are to be reviewed by the Cathedral Fabric Commission for England, with a decision expected later this month.
Leicester Cathedral has released details of the design of the tomb where it's hoped Richard III will be laid rest. It's a year since his remains were dug up and made headlines around the world.
However, a judicial review into a decision to bury his remains in Leicester could threaten those plans. The King's ancestors want him returned to York.
Rajiv Popat has spent the day at the Cathedral and has all the details.
The first images of what King Richard III's tomb will look like at Leicester Cathedral have been unveiled.
Examples of the stone which will be used to build the tomb were shown to the media today.
Plans for the designs of the new cathedral gardens were also on display.
King Richard III's remains were unearthed in a council car park in Leicester earlier this year.
Plans for how King Richard III's tomb will look at Leicester Cathedral will be unveiled later, after his remains were found under a car park in the city earlier this year.
Examples of the stone which will be used will be shown and there will be a chance to view designs for the new Cathedral gardens.
Leicester City Mayor Peter Soulsby has unveiled the latest Richard III commemorative plaque, on the wall of the Travelodge.
The hotel remains on the site of the Blue Boar Inn, where the king spent his last night in Leicester.
A new book telling the story of Leicester's connections to King Richard III is being launched today.
The body of the last Plantagenet King was found underneath a car park in Leicester.
The city of Leicester is celebrating its historic links to Richard the Third following the discovery of his remains underneath a city-centre car park last year.
Information signs about the monarch's time in the city are being installed at heritage buildings and locations linked to the last Plantagenet king who spent time there before the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485.
Richard III died at the battle and was buried in the grounds of Greyfriars in Leicester.
Following the discovery of his skeleton last year, archaeologists at the University of Leicester have been carrying out research alongside Cambridge University scientists to find out more about this famous monarch.
Today these researchers have announced that Richard III suffered from a roundworm infection.
They used a powerful microscope to examine soil samples taken from the skeleton's pelvis and skull, as well as from the soil surrounding the grave.
It revealed multiple roundworm eggs in the soil sample taken from the pelvis, where the intestines would have been situated.