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Two Leicestershire crossing wardens have been praised for their work towards road safety for schools in the first ever Churchill National Lollipopper Awards. Carol Stokes from Barwell Infant School and Herbie Lloyd from Battling Brook Primary...
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A Leicester based Imam has launched a unique intiative to tackle the spread of propaganda put forward by Islamic State. Dr Ather Hussain rolled out the city-wide campaign, the first of its kind in the country, on Friday, 18th November, from Jamia...
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A team from Leicester based charity, Healing Little Hearts, have spent a week on the island of Mauritius, performing lifechanging operations on young children in desperate need of medical care. The trip, organised by RB Infinity Investment, gave...
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Leicester welcomes the festive season this week with a range of events across the coming days, kick started by the annual Christmas lights switch-on. In a move from its regular Sunday slot, this year’s switch-on takes place tomorrow, Thursday...
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Crowds gathered alongside members of the Royal British Legion in the city centre this morning to proudly honour their war heroes at this year’s Armistice Day service. Held in Market Square, the service began at 10:45am, led by Reverend...
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Members of Blaby District Youth Council have taken part in a job shadowing initiative as part of a wider project to actively involve young people in the shaping of council priorities. The six volunteers took one day placements within the Blaby...
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The official launch of the Leicester Curry Awards took place today, with nominations now open for the public to support their favourite restaurants and takeaways in the first event of its kind. The team at Pukaar News founded the awards in honour...