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Teen injured in crash over the weekend dies

A teenager who was seriously injured in a road traffic collision near Coalville over the weekend has died in hospital. The incident took place at 12.35am on Saturday morning (18 August). The 19-year-old, who was the driver of a grey Vauxhall Astra, collided with a lorry on the A511 on Ashby Road, Sinope. Two other teenagers...

Man has substance thrown in his face on Leicester street

A 51-year-old man was treated by paramedics after a substance was thrown into his face and eyes in Leicester city centre. The incident happened on Market Street on Monday 13th August shortly before 11.30pm. The man was treated by ambulance staff and firefighters, who washed the man’s face and eyes with water. Police are searching for two...

£1million transformation of Leicester city centre street completed

A major transformation of King Street in Leicester city centre has been completed following a £1million refurbishment. The street has been completely revamped by the city council, with wider pavements, an attractive new outdoor seating area and a missing link restored in New Walk’s Victorian promenade. Footpaths have been reconstructed in high quality block paving and...

Last images of missing Leicester man released

Police searching for a missing Leicester man have released new images of him walking along a canal footpath. Michal Zygan, who is originally from Poland, left his home in Hopefield Road at around 7.30am last Wednesday morning (25 July) on his way to work in Percy Street. He was first reported missing by one of his...

New development of 3,200 homes approved in Leicestershire

A major development in West Loughborough, which includes 3,200 new homes and two new primary schools, has been given the green light and work is expected to start very soon. Home developers William Davis Ltd and Persimmon Homes (North Midlands) have been granted planning consent to build 3,200 homes on Garendon Park, between Loughborough and...

October half-term dates for city schools could be changed

Leicester City Council is reviewing whether the city’s half-term break in October 2019 should be changed, to bring it in line with dates recently announced for schools in the county. The council is asking for views from people on whether next year’s October half term should be brought forward by a week – or whether...

Leicestershire farmer’s heartbreak as 55 cows die in suspected poisoning

A Leicestershire farmer was horrified to find 55 of his cows dead in a suspected poisoning at his farm. An investigation is currently underway after farmer Tom Rawson discovered dozens of dead livestock at his farm in Houghton on the Hill on Tuesday 19 June. Mr Rawson, who runs Evolution Farming, said they first realised they...

£3.9m transformation of Leicester’s London Road to start

A major transformation of Leicester’s busy London Road is due to get underway this summer. Leicester City Council will be revamping the route between Granby Street and the Victoria Park roundabout, to create a safer and more attractive route for cyclists and pedestrians. New cycle lanes will be created on either side of London Road, between...

Multi-million pound redevelopment of Leicester’s Belgrave Gate revealed

A multi million pound redevelopment project of the Belgrave Gate area has been proposed, which would house a new hotel complex and revamp the existing Haymarket car park. Leicester City Council hopes the regeneration will bring a significant annual income for the Council. It wants to invest £10million in a scheme that would allow it to...

Bishops welcomed by Leicester Muslims during Ramadan

The Bishops of Leicester and Lougborough have been welcomed by the Muslim community in Leicester during their visits to local mosques in Ramadan. Bishop Martyn visited Masjid Ul Imam Al Bukhari on Loughborough Road for iftari, the evening meal with which Muslims end their daily Ramadan fasting at sunset. It was a very informal gathering...

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