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Work to dismantle the southernmost part of the Belgrave Flyover has got underway this week.
Work to remove the northerly bridge span was completed last week, three days earlier than planned.
Demolition is due to be completed by early April, with the rest of the wider scheme of road improvements on Belgrave Circle and new parking spaces finished by October.
Hundreds of people joined a protest against council cuts in Leicester today. The local authority says it needs to save £150 million pounds due to what it calls 'savage' government cuts.
Unions say some of the most vulnerable in the city will be hardest hit by the cuts including children and the elderly. Leicester City Council say they are trying to protect frontline services but the cuts will inevitably have an impact. Rajiv Popat was at the protest and sent this report.
A historian who traced the living relatives of King Richard III is accusing the University of Leicester of destroying parts of the skeleton.
John Ashdown-Hill, who also helped pinpoint where the former monarch was buried, says testing the remains to find out more about the king's genetic make up is "destructive" and unnecessary.
Rajiv Popat has the full story.
Part of Leicester’s Belgrave circle will be closed for the next two days, as cutting work begins on the second major span of the Belgrave Flyover.
The section of the circle immediately below the southern part of the bridge span will be closed to traffic between 9.30am and 3.30pm, both today and tomorrow (25th and 26th February).
Traffic travelling east to west across the circle will be diverted, but the rest of the circle will be open as usual.
The main work to remove the flyover completely will take place next month, with the project already moving forward ahead of schedule. Work to remove the northern part of the bridge was completed three days earlier than planned.
The man who helped find the final resting place of King Richard III in Leicester has launched a petition against plans for more scientific tests on the former monarch's remains.
The University of Leicester announced earlier this month that it wanted to map the King's entire genetic code.
John Ashdown-Hill has written a blog in which he labels the research "destructive" and "gratuitous", and urges others to sign his petition to block any more testing.
The University has denied the claims, saying it has abided by all ethical codes governing research on human remains.
King Richard III is a figure of immense historical and cultural significance and the information that we hope to obtain from sequencing his genome will provide insights into the health and ancestry of the king and his historical environment.
We, along with our partners, are committed to treating the mortal remains with dignity and respect as we work together for a reinterment at Leicester Cathedral as soon as the legal process allows.
A man found dead at a house in Leicestershire has today been named as father-of-two Christopher Penman.
Mr Penman, aged 58, was found at a house in Somerfield Walk, Beaumont Leys, on Saturday afternoon. The house remains sealed off today while forensic investigations continue.
His two children have released a statement through police appealing for information.
Our Dad didn’t deserve to die, he was a good man. We would ask anyone who has any information about what happened to please contact police.
A 25-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder. Detectives have been granted extra time to question him.
Police are continuing to question a 25-year-old man after another man's body was found at a house in Leicester. It was discovered at the property in Beaumont Leys on Saturday afternoon.