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Off to the North of England education conference – the traditional curtain raiser of the year.

Richard Cockerill has praised his Leicester Tigers squad for showing a 'cussedness' in the Heineken Cup

Leicester Tigers director of rugby Richard Cockerill praises 'cussed' players for Heineken Cup qualification

Tigers face a final showdown with Ulster in Saturday with both teams vying for a home quarter-final having already qualified for the last eight

Doreen Lawrence, murdered teenager Stephen's mother

Derbyshire Police make second request for documents behind Channel 4 documentary that claims officers spied on relatives of Stephen Lawrence in the aftermath of the teenager's murder

A former undercover officer claims he was requested by his bosses to find 'dirt' that could be used against members of the family

Inquest in to the death of Red Arrows pilot finds he had problem with ejector seat handle

An inquest into the death of a Red Arrows pilot heard that a former member of the team was “probably millimetres away” from a similar incident in 2003.

The baby was reportedly born in a Sports Direct warehouse in Shirebrook, Derbyshire on New Year's Day

Sports Direct baby: Police arrest woman on suspicion of wilful neglect

Staff reportedly called an ambulance after finding the baby in the ladies toilets of the retail warehouse

Grimsby players look dejected after conceding a late goal to Huddersfield that saw them knocked out of the FA Cup

Grimsby Town 2 Huddersfield 3 match report: Mariners sunk by cruel own-goal

Full-back turns in own goal to hand Huddersfield victory after heroic fightback by Conference side

‘Mike loves his birds,’ I used to joke but nobody was laughing by the end of the tour

Steve Bunce: Mike Tyson was 'in a bad place' on his 2005 UK tour – a first-night riot, no boxing questions and all he wanted to talk about was pigeons

Before The Hangover I and II, before Spike Lee weaved his magic off Broadway in New York and before Mike Tyson was a nice guy, it was my onerous duty to take the big lad up on stage to perform for his fans.

Flights were unable to land at Stansted Airport for several hours today

Passengers face travel chaos at Stansted Airport as technical fault leaves planes unable to land

Problems started after an early-morning incoming flight caused damage to the instrument landing system

Patient dies following cardiac arrest after paramedics lose keys to the ambulance

East Midlands Ambulance Crew were unable to transport the man to hospital

Williamthorpe Road in North Wingfield, Derbyshire. The road saw tragedy as four people including two children died in a house fire

Two children among four deaths in Derbyshire house fire

Police confirm two women and two boys died in the blaze

The remains of two people have been found in the garden of a house in Blenheim Close, Forest Town, near Mansfield

Mystery in Mansfield: Police seek clues to garden bodies

Current residents aren't under suspicion, as the remains are at least a decade old

The scene of the fatal house fire in Wood Hill, Leicester

Leicester house fire: Further arrest as police investigate blaze which killed family

Shehnila Taufiq, her teenage sons Jamal and Bilal and daughter Zainab, died in the fire in Wood Hill

Toby Flood revived Leicester’s fortunes in the last quarter

Premiership: Tigers and Saints equally matched in slips and sins

The good and bad was served up in 19-19 draw at Welford Road

Ed Slater celebrates after pulling Leicester Tigers level against Northampton Saints

Leicester Tigers 19 Northampton Saints 19 match report: Saints poised to start party until Ed Slater crashes over

Flanker’s converted try salvages draw as Tigers  survive the absence of nine first-team players

Second man charged with murder of Leicester football coach Antoin Akpom

Victim died of single stab wound after being found injured in the street

Leicester house fire: Two remanded on blaze murder charges

Two more men have appeared in court charged with murdering a mother and her four children in a house fire.

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