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This is East Midlands Today, with Dominic Heale, and me, Anne Davies.

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Our top story tonight: The heroes facing a new, invisible

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enemy. Hundreds of soldiers back from the frontline are facing

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stress, alcoholism and debt. young infantry man is normally

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between 18 and 30. It's not a mature mind. It might be a mature

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body. We talk to the 14-year-old hit-and-

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run victim. Also, the thieves who think working

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dogs like these are fair game. And find out how this gadget can

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protect your cash. Good evening, welcome to Thursday's

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programme. First tonight, hundreds of military veterans are to be

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helped by a unique new care service in Nottinghamshire. It'll tackle

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everything from post traumatic stress disorder to homelessness,

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debt and drink problems. Health bosses had been warned that

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thousands of veterans in the East Midlands could suffer from a range

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of issues when they return to Civvy Street. This exclusive report from

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our social affairs correspondent, Jeremy Ball.

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Michael has not lost his sense of humour but he is still learning to

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talk again, almost 35 years after he was shot in their head by the

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IRA. The Royal British Legion is helping him run his home here in

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West Bridgford. Before they stepped in, he was damned out of thousands

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of pounds and was struggling with a drink problem. -- he was scam and.

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I did not know what I was doing. But now, well, it is getting a lot,

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lot better now. Now a new battle- hardened generation of young

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soldiers are leaving the Army with a complex mix of problems, physical

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and mental injuries and alcoholism and debt. Charities and health

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services are joining forces and veterans to contact any agency will

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be offered a comprehensive care package. The next few years will be

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difficult with the numbers being discharged from the Armed Forces.

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There are a number living on the streets in Nottinghamshire. They

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could have enduring mental health problems and are misusing

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substances. They are really in need of help. More than 20 organisations

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have already signed up to the partnership. They are facing some

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daunting challenges. Around 50,000 veterans across these Midlands are

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likely to be coping by drinking too much. That is an estimate from the

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NHS. The same resort -- report says 19,000 could develop post traumatic

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stress disorder. Well over 2000 veterans across a Nottinghamshire

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and Derbyshire were supported by The Royal British Legion. There is

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a massive problem. The normal infantry man is between 18 and 30.

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It is not a mature mind. It might be a mature body. Some of the

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horrors can have an effect on certain individuals and it is those

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problems that come back after service. Michael has suffered more

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problems than most but now he is getting the help he needs. And the

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new partnership is designed to make sure nobody else slips through the

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net. Jeremy's joined us in the studio.

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How significant is this? Well, they think it's the country's first all-

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encompassing veterans service. It actually started as a project to

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deal with post traumatic stress disorder. But they quickly found

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there were lots of other health problems that needed tackling. And

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those veterans were often struggling with everything from

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money to finding a home. But there are so many services, they simply

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didn't know where to turn. So effectively what they're doing now

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is pooling their resources. How much of a problem is there?

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It's hard to say because a lot of soldiers are too proud to ask for

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help. But these days there are more veterans who've been to war. And

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when you go there, you can see why it's so hard to deal with. You

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sometimes see that 1,000-yard stare from these guys. They never know

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when they're going to get shot or blown up. A lot of them have lost

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close friends. Some even struggle to deal with the fact that they

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might have killed someone else. And of course PTSD can take more than a

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decade to emerge, so there's a good chance we haven't seen the worst of

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it yet. It is long-term. Thank you very much indeed.

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Next tonight, the father of a boy who was the victim of a hit-and-run

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says he's disgusted that the police haven't haven't yet taken action

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against the driver. Riaz Khan says his 14-year-old son is lucky to be

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alive. He says Leicestershire Police have the full registration

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number of the vehicle involved and the force has written a letter to

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the owner. Mr Khan says he can't understand the delay and says vital

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evidence could have been destroyed. Helen Astle has just sent this

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report from Leicester. Qais suffered two fractures to his

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knee after being hit by the car. He vividly remembers what happened.

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The traffic lights were red so I walked across the road. The car hit

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me and I rolled onto the bonnet. I rolled off the car. He is very

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lucky to be alive. He could have died. He could have been hit or

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seriously injured or died. It is very lucky he survived. This is

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where Qais was hurt. The road was busy and it was around 5pm in the

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afternoon last Wednesday. Following the incident, a witness took the

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boy home. The force have written to the registered keeper of the car.

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Qais's father is unhappy with their response. What is a letter? He

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could say that he never drove the car, he could sell the car on, he

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could make all sorts of excuses. He could even get rid of the evidence.

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Anything can happen in those few days. In a statement, the police

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say the initial report suggested Qais suffered minor injuries,

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letter was only yesterday officers discovered he had suffered two

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fractures to his legs. The statement goes on to say, we

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apologise for the service of family initially received and we take all

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incidents of bad driving extremely seriously. For his father, that is

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not enough. He could have come to my house but he did not. People get

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arrested for minor offences like shoplifting. Stealing a Mars Bar,

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for example. They get arrested, convicted and taken to court. Just

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for minor offences. But this man knocked my son over and drove on.

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The police have done nothing about it. The family hope the police will

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catch the offender as soon as possible. For Qais, he will be on

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crutches for the next four to six weeks.

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Still to come on the programme, a frosty forecast from Sally. Where

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is it? I know it is here somewhere! Ah! Found it! But the question is,

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do you know where doors is? You might well need it! -- way yours is.

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Police in Leicestershire have arrested a woman after she went to

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a school armed with a knife while children were in class. Officers

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were called to De Lisle College in Loughborough on Tuesday afternoon,

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where they say a 45-year-old woman was found in the grounds. She's

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been charged with assaulting a police officer and carrying a

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weapon. Police say no-one at the school was hurt.

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The funeral has taken place of a Red Arrows pilot who died after

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being ejected from his aircraft. Flight Lieutenant Sean Cunningham,

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a former Nottingham Trent University student, was killed last

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month at RAF Scampton, near Lincoln. About 800 people attended the

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funeral at Coventry Cathedral. As a mark of respect, two RAF Tornado

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Police have released CCTV pictures of an armed robber who threatened

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supermarket staff with a knife before stealing the takings. The

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man targeted the Nisa supermarket at Sherwood in Nottingham last

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month. He can be seen brandishing a large knife before taking money

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from the till. No-one was hurt. The man is described as black and

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around 6 foot 3 inches tall. Next tonight, the BBC has learned

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that the number of dog thefts has doubled this year, with many cases

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here in the East Midlands. Working dog breeds like cocker spaniels are

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said to be most at risk. Sarah Sturdey has this exclusive report.

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Missing, believed stolen from her home near Derby. And this is her in

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happier times. Just like Alexa Sidwell's other dog, she was a

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member of the family and they want her back. She must be stolen

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because she never leaves her friend's side. It is not knowing

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what has happened to her. That is the thing I find difficult.

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Thousands of dog owners register with the DogLost website for help.

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Two years ago, the number of registered missing was in single

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figures. Last year, it was getting on for double. This year, it has

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doubled again, sometimes up to 40 a day. Next to where the dog went

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missing is the local shoot. Half stolen are working dog breeds,

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especially Cocker spaniels. Field sports are increasing in popularity.

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One owner told me when his dog stolen, he made inquiries but got

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it back. But he did not want to be interviewed for fear of

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repercussions. There is a sinister undertone to this crime. They can

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be worth anything from a few hundred to a few 1,000. They are

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not always used for working but it is in the blood so they could just

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be used for breeding. But it is not just working breeds. In

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Leicestershire, the theft of these puppies were several hundred pounds

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was witnessed in the middle of the night. And in Nottingham, this

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unusual dog has been cited a few miles away in an emaciated state

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with an unidentified person. Do not leave your dog tied up outside a

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shop. It is amazing how many do this. You would not expect your

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handbag to be outside when you came back, so why you dog? Stella was

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not reported it stolen but two months on, her owner is desperate

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for news. The type of dog theft is from opportunism to organised crime.

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Of the messages clear - if you do not report the theft, the police

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cannot investigate it. Get your pet my cricket. It could help them. --

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get a microchip put in your pet. From dog thefts to thefts from the

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pocket, and purse. The police have begun a crackdown on pick-pockets

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in the run-up to Christmas. And to keep thieves at bay, Leicestershire

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Police are giving away a rather nifty little gadget. Simon Ward has

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been finding out how it works. There is a drama going on in

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Loughborough. Bill the burglar is on the prowl, looking for easy

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pickings from unsuspecting shoppers. These people are showing how an

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alarm can be effective. It sits in your bag and this chain clicks on

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to your bag -- your wallet or purse. It is very good. And every little

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bit helps. You get that many people... I keep walking around

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with my fingers in here because it is so easy for them to take things.

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And everything that helps is a bonus. I think it is better for

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older people, anyway. Are they giving them away free? Yes. I will

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have one, then! And the alarms are proving popular with shoppers.

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the alarm goes off, people are looking around. And often, people

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do not know they have had their purse stolen, and they then get

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home. This is a way of preventing further thefts from happening.

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busy streets, especially on a market day and in the run-up to

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Christmas, are attempting for would-be thieves. It is very

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tempting for them at this time of year and we do see a vast amount of

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these sort of things happening around Christmas, so whatever we

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can do is a benefit to our residents. Stop! Stop! You can

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contact the council to get a free alarm, and, like Billy, they will

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not get away with your cash. Four people arrested over a hit-

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and-run incident in which a police officer was badly hurt have been

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released on bail. Diederik Coetzee, a PC in Mansfield, was critically

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injured after being knocked off his bicycle while off-duty. Three men

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and a 36-year-old woman were arrested but have since been

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released, pending further enquiries. Police say they're still examining

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Up to 300 jobs could be created in Leicester. Everards wants to build

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a new brewery on land it owns behind Fosse Park in the city. The

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company wants to create a new food and drinks park with local

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producers of traditional cheese and pork pies opening shops there. Its

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existing factory would also be re- located. The planning process has

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just begun, but if successful, building could start at the end of

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next year. RyanAir has announced six new

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routes out of East Midlands Airport. From March next year, the budget

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airline will fly to Crete, Corfu and Rhodes, along with Barcelona

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and Almeria in Spain. The sixth route is Zadar in Northern Croatia.

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The airline will use the existing fleet of four aircraft based at the

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airport to cover the new routes. An allotment holder, who has kept

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geese for ten years, believes they may be killed if he's forced to get

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rid of them. The council at Mansfield Woodhouse in

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Nottinghamshire has told Roger Spate that it has had complaints,

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and the birds have to go by next week. So, will they end up with a

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new, caring home, or stuffed, on a Christmas table?

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Enjoying winter sunshine, these it East have been on the allotment for

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10 years. But now, they are under notice to go. An allotment holder

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since 1985, his original agreement allowed for 12 paltry birds. Three

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years ago, that was changed to just chickens and ducks. He was told he

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could keep the geese until they died naturally, but now the

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district council says they have had complaints. I have had them for 10

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years, and nobody has ever complained. They are not causing

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anybody any noise issues. I sleep on the back, and I have not heard

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them. I think it is silly. council's most recent letter asked

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him to remove them. I am very worried about it, because it is

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near Christmas. I feel they will be put into the wrong hands. I want

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them to go to people as pets, and not Christmas dinners. The council

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says his decision it is the end result of a long period of

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discussions and negotiations, and, as a result, the decision to have

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bid for peace will not be revoked. For the geese to enjoy their home,

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it seems time is running out. Still to come on the programme:

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Basketball - Leicester Riders look forward to their biggest game in a

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decade. I am getting my skates on and heading off into a Winter

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Wonderland! Time for sport now. We'll start with cricket, and the

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England batsman, James Taylor, has completed his move from

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Leicestershire to Nottinghamshire. He has signed a three-year contract,

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but having broken into the international one-day team this

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year, Notts aren't quite sure how much they'll see of him. We wanted

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to play for England. Everybody will want him to go on and have an

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international career as well. We want to give them that experience

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of playing. Hopefully, that for making better prepared to play

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England. An old cry from Nottingham Forest.

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The Reds' manager, Steve Cotterill, says he wants to sign a permanent

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leftback. Forest were beaten 4-0 at home by Leeds on Tuesday, and

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Cotterill admits it's an area that needs strengthening. It would be

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nice to have a full-time at left back at the club. That is one

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position we would like to have. Greg has done very well since he

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has been here, so that would-be one area.

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Leicester Riders have signed the Great Britain basketball captain

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for the rest of the season. Drew Sullivan has been playing on a

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game-by-game basis since October. It's given the team a massive boost

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ahead of their biggest game in a decade.

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Leicester Riders have made a phenomenal start to the season.

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They beckoned Drew Sullivan it is the best in the league. The captain

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is a special. A tall player, with incredible finesse, and he has

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helped them to their best start to the season. I am proud to be a part

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of this. In years to come, I hope they will say this team had the

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best start they ever had. He is a not great at ball-handling or

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shooting, but his basketball IQ is so high, the highest I have ever

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seen. It has been great to have him. He has been fantastic. His

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versatility allows him to play in so many ways, and his experience is

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something we have not had before. If he was a little bit more

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athletic, he would be a star in the NBA. I had been treated amazingly.

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Leicester Riders travel to Newcastle tomorrow night for their

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second leg. After a draw in the home leg, it is their best chance

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of silverware for 10 years. If we don't win the silverware, there

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will be a little bit of disappointment. The challenger's

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there, but I know what the guys are saying about it. Drew Sullivan it

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will captain the GB basketball team at the due the Olympics. It will

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mean everything to me. It will be the pinnacle of my career. Tomorrow

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night's semi-final kicks off at 7:30pm.

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A couple of bits of news from appropriately wintry sports now -

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Nottingham Panthers had a fantastic win in Cardiff. They came from two

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goals behind to take an overtime win 4-3, and are now just three

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points behind league leaders, Belfast.

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Staying on the ice, because while most of our Olympic focus in the

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past year has been on the 2012 Summer Games in London, there's a

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success story developing on the rinks in Nottingham. After a big

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funding boost, the British Speed Skating team have had their best-

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ever start to a season. They are the hottest team in one of

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the coldest disciplines: The speed skaters have won three medals in

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the first two World Cup events. A far cry from the Winter Olympics,

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when they came home empty-handed. went to win a medal, and I felt

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like I was in that position I was building to wards in the Olympics.

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It was very disappointing coming home and having nothing. Since then,

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they have seen their funding a treble. Some of the world's best

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coaches have been brought in. was a bit of a nudge. We wanted to

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knock them off their perch, and the last two World Cups have shown by

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the medals we have brought home. had to jump of this cliff and be

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attached to a harness, but we weren't allowed to use and I hands.

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I had to do at first, and I never like going first. I thought, if I

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can do that, I can do anything. Team GB is on the right track. If

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only the Winter Games when next year as well. -- were next year.

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Now, it's December 1st, time to think about Christmas and the

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lovely festive things on offer in the East Midlands. After all that

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skating, in sport, we're sticking with ice, and if you're wondering

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where the outdoor rink in Nottingham is, this year it's found

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a new home, appropriately, inside the National Ice Centre! So, that's

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where we sent novice skater, Kylie Pentelow.

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The ice rink has become a Winter Wonderland. This here, it is under

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cover, and there is more than just buys. The last time I tried to ice

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skate was when I was 11, and that ended in tears. While I get laced

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up, here are some other things you can get up to. Sea ferries in the

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woodland, and a wishing tree. -- ferries. Now it is time to me to

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get on their eyes. What do I do, I am really scared?! I will not fall

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over, well I? No, as long as you don't make sudden movements. We

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will start to turn ourselves around on their eyes. Trust me, go for it!

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-- on the ice. While I figure out where the brakes are, you may want

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to know, there is an ice rink in Derby that is open now. On Saturday,

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Matthew -- the lock gets lit up the Christmas. And there are plenty of

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pantomimes on until January. That is your level one to Dave. -- today.

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Now you will roll back when your knees. Now Pershore sup up. Push! -

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- now push yourself up. And they can also make it snowing here, so

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no matter what the weather is like outside, inside, it is always at

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festive. She is very brave. I cannot ice

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skate. And here's our version of a Frozen Planet moment. Have a look

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at how our cameraman Adam filmed that. He was actually sitting on a

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little seal and pushed around by It will turn chilly in this evening.

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After windy conditions, those winds are very light. We have got clear

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skies developing overnight. Look at this photo. Can you seek a shared

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that has got knocked down? -- see a shed. Hopefully, at the Gardner was

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and sat in it! We will see plenty of cloud. That will clear out of

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the way. We have had a front sitting on the south-east corner of

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the UK. Thus, it has just been that clouding over process. But now, as

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we come through the evening period and overnight, we will see that

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cloud moving away, and clearing. Particularly to the north, we will

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seek frost. But don't be surprised if you wake up to a touch of frost.

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Temperatures are very chilly, one or two degrees in the cities. A

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chilly start, and chilly day, the Friday. Still keeping those like

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when macro. Temperatures struggling to get above the six Celsius. --

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still keeping those Allied winds. The rain will clear on Saturday

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morning, and it becomes drier and brighter.

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And finally, a bit of Children in And finally, a bit of Children in

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Need news - well done to 20-year- old Rich Westerman from Clifton who

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won a Nottingham City Transport competition to drive their Pudsey

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bus around Langer airfield. Rich, who's a volunteer at the Crich

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tramway village, said he found the bus really easy to drive. Well, at

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