A facial reconstruction of King Richard III is on display today in Leicester's Guildhall on the first stop of a nationwide tour.
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Visitors to Leicester's Guildhall are the very first in the country to get up close to the facial reconstruction of King Richard III.
It has gone on display this morning for the first time at the exhibition about the 'King in the Car Park'.
King Richard III's remains were discovered in the Greyfriars area of the city in September last year.
Paragon Quality Foods, the company at the centre of a scare over halal lamb burgers, say their products are 'pork free', despite tests by Leicester City Council.
The firm said the initial DNA tests carried out by the council, which found halal burgers contained some pork, were not carried out on a formal controlled sample .The company sent samples to an independent specialist.
– Metin Pekin, Paragon Quality Foods
'I am pleased to announce that all of the results confirm that Paragon Halal Lamb burgers were clear of pork. Our good reputation has been unfairly damaged by the publications since May 8, 2013 and we trust that it will now be fully restored.'
Leicester City Council said last week that they had removed the burgers as a precautionary measure while further tests on the burgers were carried out. They also said they would no longer continue to work with the company,
The Mayor of Leicester, Sir Peter Soulsby, has been getting acquainted with the facial reconstruction of Richard III.
The head is going on a tour of the country, beginning at Leicester's Guildhall exhibition.
A facial reconstruction of King Richard III is set to go on display in Leicester's Guildhall on the first stop of a nationwide tour.
The model, which goes on display on Saturday, was commissioned by the Richard III Society and made by Professor Caroline Wilkinson and the forensic art team at the University of Dundee.
Leicester's Curve theatre celebrates its fifth anniversary today.
The theatre, which was opened by the Queen in 2008, hosts a number of productions as well as drama workshops and poetry classes.
Leicester City will go to Watford 1-0 up following the first leg of their play-off tie at the King Power Stadium.
Goal scorer, David Nugent is expecting a tough game but said the team are "buzzing".
The Foxes will travel to Vicarage Road with the maximum allocation of 2,200 away supporters behind them after almost 30,000 people packed out the home ground on Thursday night.
Leicester City Manager, Nigel Pearson gives his reaction to Leicester's first leg home win in the play-offs against Watford.
A special quilt that has taken one year to make is going on display in Leicester.
It was made by people in New Parks to celebrate the Olympics and Diamond Jubilee.
The quilt has more than 100 squares.
In this final feature on Birmingham's history, Andy Bevan uses the Media Archive for Central England to retell the story of how the second city managed to bring housing up to scratch.