Loughborough University have developed the new test which is painless and offers a one-stop diagnosis for all ages.Read the full story ›
A dance teacher who invented the story of a nine-year-old girl dying of cancer, asking people to donate money, has been convicted of fraudRead the full story ›
New research from Loughborough University has revealed many four-year-olds are not physically ready to start school.Read the full story ›
Double gold-medal-winning Olympic champion Max Whitlock was at Loughborough University today for the start of the National School Games.
The gymnast was there to showcase his skills on the floor and the pummel-horse to inspire the next generation of Team GB Olympians.
Academics at Loughborough University have developed a portable power-free test to detect bacterial resistance to antibiotics.Read the full story ›
After winning Team GB's first women's sprint relay medal in three decades, Asha Philip says it still doesn't feel real to her.Read the full story ›
Helen Richardson-Walsh from Nottingham will compete in the women's hockey final today. She has scored four goals in the tournament.Read the full story ›
World silver medalist from Loughborough, Shara Proctor missed out on the final, so the Midlands hopes rest on Stoke's Jazmin Sawyers.Read the full story ›
A 34-year-old man from Leicester has been charged with a number of offences after a police officer was injured in Loughborough at the weekend.
Mark Courtney Johnson, from Armadale Drive in Leicester, has been charged with Section 18 Grievous Bodily Harm, dangerous driving causing injury, driving whilst disqualified and two counts of robbery.
He is due to appear before Leicester Magistrates’ Court today.
The charge relates to an incident on August 14 during which a yellow Ford Transit flatbed vehicle hit a police officer in Allendale Road at the junction with Hillcrest Drive.
The male officer was taken to Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre and is in a "stable condition".
Adam Peaty's brother, Rich, has praised him for his Olympic success.
The 21-year-old from Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, not only won gold at Rio, but he also set a new world record of 57.13 seconds in the men's 100m breaststroke final.