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With your news now for the East Midlands, I'm Maurice Flynn.
First tonight, thieves have stolen a collection tin
which was to help a nine-year-old girl with disabilities undergo
Kareena Hayes from Derbyshire says they should hand
Kareena Hayes likes playing with her friends,
Kareena also has a form of cerebral palsy
Her dad has been raising money for her to have an operation so that
hopefully in the future Kareena will be able to walk independently.
I hope at the end I'll be able to walk freely
It would be the most amazing thing in the world.
It's hugely life changing for her, to improve her mobility,
remove the spasticity from her muscles and hopefully
The operation and the after-care cost almost ?30,000.
Family, friends and the local community in Nuneaton have been
raising money for Kareena but last week one of the collection tins
The charity box was like this, and it's sealed up and we haven't
opened it up to see, so it's got her picture on it
and everything and I just don't understand how anyone could do that.
It's really disappointing because people put money in it
for me and they took it and it could have meant more to me
The police are urging anyone with any information to contact them.
For Kareena, she is desperately hoping she can have the operation
Police have confirmed the identity of a man killed
The 22-year-old was found with injuries in Albion Street
early yesterday morning, but died in hospital.
Police want to talk to any taxi drivers in the area at the time
A fight in Ashby-de-la-Zouch has left a man in a critical condition.
Forensic teams were at the scene in Market Street for much of the day.
Police want to trace the driver of a silver taxi,
parked nearby at around 2:30 this morning.
Three men arrested earlier have been bailed, a fourth man
A man who's been fighting brain tumours since he was a child
has officially opened a new MRI unit in Leicester.
This new unit in the grounds of the Leicester Royal Infirmary was
22-year-old Luke Swain from Lutterworth cut the ribbon.
It's helped me quite a lot in the years and obviously
looks a lot better than the other ones.
I think it's going to help a lot more people.
We can do anything and everything on it in terms of MRI.
It's got everything that you possibly could need
Football now, and Leicester City remain a point off
For the foxes, their fifth premier league defeat in a row,
If you watched tonight's BAFTAS, did you spot the Nottingham
He's Sheku Kanneh-Mason, the BBC's Young Musician of the Year.
The 17-year-old was chosen to play alongside the Academy's tribute
to those who've died in the last year.
The show and his performance of Hallelujah were
It has been head cold and damp day with plenty of rain now behind grey
skies. We should start to see a change as we head to the day
tomorrow, held by a change in the wind direction, that easterly breeze
tied to suck up something drier and clearer.
The cloud will help keep temperatures up and we have a bit of
a breeze, so we'll be frost free with cabbage between two and four
Celsius. Fog patches could develop through the morning but it will
start to get drier, with some breaks in the cloud, and that is going to
help boost temperatures ever so slightly, pushing up to six Celsius,
but that easterly breeze is going to make it feel much colder alt and
about, a biting easterly breeze, but about, a biting easterly breeze, but
nevertheless, as we had to restart working week, things will steadily
improved. We are seeing some temperatures pushing back to double
figures and will get some sunshine to week.
Elise is here with more for you tomorrow morning in BBC Breakfat.
I'm sure most of us are glad to see the back of this weekend. It's been
cold, bleak and at times wintry. It provided some beautiful weather
Watchers photos, like Sheffield earlier today. I suspect some of the
lying snow will be blown around