15 February 2019 Young people investigate mental health servicesRead the full story
YOUNG people are conducting a select committee-style investigation into mental health services in Leicester.
16 January 2019 Annual Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration to take placeRead the full story
LEICESTER’S annual Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration will take place later this month.
10 January 2019 New Year glitch prevents collection of 3,000 direct debit paymentsRead the full story
AN IT glitch that was discovered over the New Year break has left the city council unable to collect January payments due from 3,000 customers.
17 December 2018 New street cleaning machines in operationRead the full story
NEW STREET washing machines are now in operation across the city, tackling a range of stubborn cleansing problems including removing chewing gum.
30 November 2018 City council aims to buy properties to create more affordable homesRead the full story
THE city council aims to make more affordable homes available in the city by purchasing around 50 properties to let to families on its housing register.
26 November 2018 Council launches tree strategy in National Tree WeekRead the full story
A MAJOR new plan that will guide the management of Leicester’s ‘urban forest’ over the next five years has been launched in the city today (26 November).
20 November 2018 Parks’ new defibrillators are powered by renewable energyRead the full story
THREE new defibrillators powered by renewable energy have been installed at city parks.
16 November 2018 More than £4.3million invested in school infrastructure improvementsRead the full story
MORE than £4.3million is to be invested in a programme of improvements at 26 schools across Leicester.
16 November 2018 Volunteers get to work to mark Inter Faith WeekRead the full story
CITY council staff have been joining in with volunteering activities and events to mark Inter Faith Week.
14 November 2018 Standards Committee finds that city councillor breached code of conductRead the full story
THE city council’s Standards Committee has made public the findings of its investigation into a complaint against Cllr Stephen Corrall.
7 November 2018 Thousands to fall silent for Remembrance Day eventsRead the full story
THOUSANDS of people across Leicester are expected to attend the city’s Remembrance Day events as the nation pays its respects to fallen servicemen and women.
5 November 2018 Countdown to Christmas gets under wayRead the full story
THE LIGHTS are going up, the tree’s arrived at the Clock Tower, and the shops are heaving with gift ideas – it may only be November, but it looks like Leicester is ready for Christmas!
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