An astronomer from the University of Leicester has worked with NASA to discover an ancient galaxy.Read the full story ›
A mother is urging other expectant mums to keep an eye on their baby's movements - after almost losing her child.
Olivia Bruce from Kegworth noticed her unborn baby's movements were slowing down as she approached her due date.
She says thanks to a programme she'd watched on ITV, she realised something was wrong. Our Health Correspondent Nancy Cole reports:
A woman who narrowly avoided a stillbirth after seeing a new awareness campaign is hoping her story will help other mothers-to-be.Read the full story ›
Faith leaders, members of Leicester's Nepalese community, and local politicians will come together in Leicester later to display their unity for the people of Nepal.
The event will highlight the role that faith groups are playing in the relief effort and raise awareness of how people can support the Nepal Earthquake Appeal.
It has been organised by Leicester Council of Faiths, the Federation of Muslim Organisations and Islamic Relief.
Demolition has started at the Leicester Royal Infirmary in preparation for its £43 million revamp.
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Health bosses say they believe the new A&E department, which will include a multi storey car park, will boast some of the best facilities available.
It has been specially designed to meet the rising demands of an ageing population and the charity Age UK has been involved to help make sure the environment is well suited to older patients
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy will be part of Roy Hodgson's 24-man England squad next month.
Two people arrested in Leicester on suspicion of preparing for acts of terrorism have been freed on police bail.
The suspects, a man aged 34 and a 29-year-old woman, were detained by officers from the Metropolitan Police's Counter Terrorism Command at a residential address in the city.
Scotland Yard said the pair were arrested on suspicion of making preparations for acts of terrorism and making funding arrangements for the purpose of terrorism.
Both suspects were questioned in Leicester and have been bailed until late July pending further inquiries, the Met said in a statement.
Searches of the residential address have been completed.
A film depicting the murder of a girl who was kicked to death for being a goth is being screened in Leicester today.
Sophie Lancaster was killed eight years ago in a Lancashire park when she was 20 years old.
Her mother Sylvia hopes the film, called 'Black Roses', will stop intolerance towards people from alternative subcultures.
The event is being hosted by the Police and Crime Commissioner.
A man and a woman were arrested today on suspicion of preparing for acts of terrorism, the Metropolitan Police Service's counter terrorism command (SO15) has said.
A 34-year-old man and a woman, 29, were arrested this morning at a residential address in Leicester on suspicion of preparing for acts of terrorism under section five of the Terrorism Act 2006, and making funding arrangements for the purpose of terrorism under section 17 of the Terrorism Act 2000, police said.
Both arrests were made under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (Pace). The man and woman were taken to a police station in Leicester, where they were being held in police custody.
Officers were carrying out searches at the residential address in Leicester, police added, and inquiries continue.
Shadow education secretary and Stoke MP Tristram Hunt says he will give his backing to Leicester West's Liz Kendall MP.Read the full story ›