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

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Tonight ` police hunting for missing GP Elizabeth Kinston find a body.

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The news the family was dreading confirmed by police. Also, they have

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been doing the job for a year but are they having an impact? I have

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never seen one in my life. Plus, we are in Londonderry, the City of

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Culture as Leicester has a final chance to try to win the title next.

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And halting the decline of the incline, the famous flight of locks

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is drained for repairs. Good evening. Welcome to Thursday's

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programme. First tonight: Police searching for a missing mum of two

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have broken the devastating news to her family that they've found a

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woman's body. Elizabeth Kinston, a popular GP, vanished almost two

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weeks ago. Ever since, her family have been making desperate pleas for

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her to come home. And a team of police officers have been searching

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for her. Today, though, came the news that everyone had been

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dreading. Sarah Teale has this report.

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This was the latest stage in the search for Elizabeth Kinston this

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morning. Police divers were called in to examine the canal around the

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Castle Marina area in Nottingham where the mother of two was last

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seen two weeks ago. Hopes were still high that the 37`year`old would be

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found safe and well. Instead came the call that no one wanted, a

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woman's body had been found. It was discovered on grassland near

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enterprise Way full stop forensic examinations are taking place at the

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scene, police say although formal identification has not taken place,

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they have informed the family. It is the worst possible news for them.

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Husband David has been caring for their children. He had previously

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made heartfelt pleas for his wife to come home. Lizzie is an amazing mum,

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a caring person, she will do anything for anyone but above all

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she is an amazing mother and wife. Elizabeth, described as a popular

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GP, disappeared hours after visiting her own doctor with signs of

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postnatal depression. On Friday the 1st of November, she left her home

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in Beeston and was spotted on CCTV walking past the Vat and Fiddle pub

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and on Queens Drive. The last sighting came just after midday near

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the Castle Marina retail Park, from there she vanished. Police are now

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having to reluctantly move on from what was a missing persons enquiry

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to instead investigating the circumstances behind the sad

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discovery this afternoon. Police have released CCTV footage of armed

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robbers at a shop in Nottingham. It happened at the Premier Store on

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Woodborough Road in Mapperly on Saturday evening. Two masked men in

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their twenties ` one of them appearing to carrying a gun ` stole

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cash cigarettes and alcohol. One man was black and around five foot three

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inches tall, the other white and slightly taller. Officers are

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appealing for witnesses. A man's been arrested over a

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burglary at the family home of Olympic athlete Andy Turner. The

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house in Hucknall was broken into last Thursday ` while the

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Nottinghamshire hurdler attended his mother's funeral. He tweeted his

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reaction after his car, phones and a laptop containing pictures of his

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mother were taken. A 21`year`old man, arrested on suspicion of

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burglary and theft, has been bailed pending further enquiries.

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People using computers in Derbyshire's libraries are to be

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banned from searching for payday loans. The County Council says it's

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blocking access to high`interest loan websites from seven thousand of

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its computers. It'll affect employees as well as members of the

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public. It follows similar action in September by Nottingham City Council

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` which also banned the sites from hundreds of ITS computers.

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Tomorrow is Children In Need and later in the programme inspiring,

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helping and saving young women ` another way that your money changes

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lives. In sport, we are in Derby as they

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announce that Pride Park is to become 0

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announce that Pride Park is to become the iPro Stadium.

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Next tonight. The region's four Police Commissioners still have work

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to do to persuade all of US that the new role IS effective in cutting

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crime. That's according to a new BBC survey on public attitudes. It comes

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one year after the Police and Crime Commissioners were first elected.

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With more here's our Political Editor John Hess.

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Here in the East Midlands, 44% of us think the new commissioners are

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positive for policing generally. But look at this. Only 34%, just over a

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third, believe the commissioners have had a positive impact on

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reducing crime. Just listen to these views from Leicester today. I don't

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know what they are meant to be doing. I have never seen one in my

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life. I have not really taken any notice. They are supposed to be an

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independent commission to do that. Yet, the survey shows that

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regionally, 41% of us still have no idea about the role, set up to

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replace the even more anonymous police authorities. So is that low

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recognition a problem? There are challenges, deep challenges, for

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example, the issue of finding ways of saving ?20 million from the

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budget of 174 and keep the streets safe and deliver but we will do that

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together. Derbyshire's Police Commissioner hits the streets,

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meeting licensees to help tackle what the public says is a huge local

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concern, anti`social behaviour. We have come across obstacles in

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regards to the people drinking in the town. The big problem is the

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high strength of alcohol before they come here. He is 14`macro police

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commissioners but the findings question their effectiveness. Some

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people, all they are bothered about and who can blame them is that the

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police are there when they need them. Paddy Tipping was elected a

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year ago as Nottinghamshire crime commission, he enjoys a higher local

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profile. 7% of people knew it was a police authority, my survey shows

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70% know there was a Police and Crime Commissioner. That is a

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tenfold increase. One year on, that isn't bad. The public may be unsure

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about the new role but the government today backed the

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Commissioners with 0 government today backed the

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Commissioners with extra cash for policing. You are watching East

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Midlands today. Over 1400 people a year are diagnosed with bladder and

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kidney cancer in the East Midlands ` and there are around 700 deaths a

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year. All too often patients either ignore or don't spot the classic

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symptom of blood in urine. Whether it's embarrassment, ignorance or

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fear there's now a big advertising campaign to tackle it. Our Health

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Correspondent Rob Sissons has been to meet a cancer patient at Annesley

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Woodhouse in Nottinghamshire who's keen to support the new campaign.

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Relaxing on holiday in Tunisia, but why had he collapsed on the flight

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out? It was telling me there was something up. He kept faith with

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doctors at home in Nottinghamshire to 0

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doctors at home in Nottinghamshire to find out what was wrong. Blood

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was discovered in his year reign and then, cancer. I was numb. How bad is

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it? Will it be curable? I thought I had better get 0

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it? Will it be curable? I thought I had better get on with it and think

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positive. The key is take positive action when you think something is

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wrong. There must be a logical explanation. Blood in your year and

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could be a sign of cancer even if it is only once. Fighting it barely

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makes it treatable. Everybody should be aware of it, go straight to the

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doctor. At the hospital, a cancer surgeon told what he thinks patients

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sometimes delay getting checked out. Denial, fear, embarrassment and then

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sometimes people do not think it is a serious symptom because they have

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no discomfort. This is another patient with blood in there you are

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in. Kidney cancer. This is the right kidney which is normal but on the

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left side the kidney is replaced by a tumour. It is 16 centimetres in

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size. Rob hazmat cancer was different. After surgery and

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chemotherapy, he is upbeat. It is going to be good. Police in

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Leicester have released images of three men they want to question

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following an assault in the city centre. A 27`year`old man was badly

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beaten on Albion Street in the early hours of October 13th, by a group of

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up to five men. One's described as Asian, in his late teens or early

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twenties, and was wearing a light t`shirt. The victim needed hospital

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treatment for head and facial injuries.

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A missing man has contacted police to say he is safe and well. Scott

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Walker had not been seen since he left for work. He never arrived.

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Police thanked everybody who helped with the search for Mr Walker.

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Plans to give Ilkeston a railway station for the first time in more

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than 45 years went on display today. They were on show at the town's

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market place. The new station will have services to Nottingham,

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Chesterfield and Sheffield. It'll cost six million pounds, with the

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County Council putting in a million and the rest mainly coming from the

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government. Most people seem to be in favour.

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Surely people want to travel nowadays, death about. You know, I

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am sure it will be great. It is only going to suit for the time being

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people living commuting out. The line is already there, most of the

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infrastructure is there so let's get it open and running. And part of

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Nottingham has won acclaim that's a little out of the ordinary. The

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Goose Fair roundabout on Mansfield Road has been named one of the best

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in the country. The accolade's come from the UK Roundabout Appreciation

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Society. It's called the traffic island "charming" ` praising its

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"array of colour and fragrance". Its picture taken in the Summer will now

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feature in the society's 2014 calendar. Your Christmas present!

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After months of planning, this afternoon Leicester's bid team had

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their last chance to prove why Leicester should be the next UK City

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of Culture. Alongside Hull, Dundee Swansea Bay

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` all the teams pitched their bids to judges in Londonderry, the

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current title holder. Well, our arts reporter Geeta Pendse has been out

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there with the Leicester team ` she says it's been it's been a hugely

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important day. Incredibly important, not just for Lester but all of the

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teams because it is the final hurdle. In Londonderry, they got the

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chance to go before the judging panel and physically present their

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vision should they win. Earlier, I spoke to the team as they went into

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the cultural centre where the bid presentation took place. Amongst

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them was Sir Peter Salisbury and Jeff who we filmed with in June when

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they were here on a fact`finding mission. A combination of excitement

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and nerves. We have been working really hard for months to get to

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this point. I think overall I am excited about presenting the bid to

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the judges. I am confident, we have a 0

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the judges. I am confident, we have a brilliant bid. We are all geared

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up as a team to deliver it and I think they will be wowed. The bid is

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in. Who are the judges? There are nine judges today, all cultural

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figureheads, the chair is Phil Redmond, the producer of Brookside

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and Hollyoaks and I spoke to him about what they are looking for and

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as well as proving they have an ambitious cultural programme, they

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have to deliver it, the logistics, the funding and crucially it is

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about hunger and need and proving winning the title will be a real

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game changer for the city. Is there a sense there is a front runner?

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Well, each city, Dundee, Swansea Bay, Hal and Leicester have their

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own reasons why they might be picked. I must admit, there was a

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genuine hunger, a feeling that if they won, it could change the

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perception of the city to the outside world. Lester has a strong

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cultural offering and also the location, it is so central means

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potentially more people could visit should they win. OK, thank you. Not

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long to 0 should they win. OK, thank you. Not

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long to find out. Fingers crossed. Children in Need is of course

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tomorrow, and tonight we're looking at Love4Life which is making a huge

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difference to the lives of vulnerable girls.

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The organisation looks after girls aged 11 to 18 who've become affected

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by their surroundings often feeling trapped and alone. I found out just

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how much Children in Need funding is helping to change all that.

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Believe it or not, in some of these states 55% families are living in

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poverty, one of the casualties are young girls who suffer from all

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kinds of things like low self`esteem which impact on their lives. That is

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where Love4Life comes in. It has changed my life. Rebecca was in a

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desperate situation, until she was helped by Izzy and the project. I

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was going through a hard time, I completely could not leave my house

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at all. I was isolated and alone. I thought that there was no way out

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and I felt trapped. I did not think I had a future but Izzy came along

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and now I have her. It breaks my heart when I come into contact with

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so many girls who have so much pressure and they want someone to

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talk to, someone that can understand and can give them an hour or two but

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be the encouragement. Izzy runs Love4Life 0

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be the encouragement. Izzy runs Love4Life and is dedicated to

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turning these girls lives around. What kind of problems to the girls

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have? Many cannot enjoy school, they are in risky relationships, some of

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them are exploitive to. Strokes and alcohol problems, teenage

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pregnancies, they cannot stay safe. We are there to encourage them to

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show there are different ways of doing things. It is amazing and it

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has not just change my life that so many 0

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has not just change my life that so many peoples lives. In the last

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year, Izzy has helped 100 girls. It brings you out of your shell so you

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are not afraid to be you and if you have problems at home or friendships

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you can talk it out to whoever you want. It is friendly and you know

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you are bonded. I wish there were more projects and it is only because

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of Children in Need that we can help these girls. The work is invaluable

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and the girls know she really cares about each and every one of them.

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She is amazing. I don't know if I would be here without her. It shows

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how much the money makes a difference. Tomorrow, I should be at

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Nottingham tennis centre with the Pudsey Bear and people playing

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tennis in fancy dress and you are welcome. Bring your trainers. Derby

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fans die just the name change at pride Park. And 1 million gallons of

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water, join me as I discover one of Leicester shows biggest canal

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projects. She is not wearing trainers. Not tonight. First Derby

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County says the money from the re`naming of the stadium will go

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towards the playing budget and mean in January new faces will be brought

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in. Derby have signed a ten year deal, worth seven million pounds

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with a drinks company. So next month Pride Park will be called the iPro

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Stadium. What is in a name? ?7 million to Derby County over the

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next ten years. We are not aware of a bigger deal in league history. It

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is not typical to rename after the length of time Pride Park was in

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place. We are pleased to have got this level of deal and scale. It

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means Pride Park will soon be told `` called the iPro Stadium after

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drinks company. The managing director says they have been working

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on the deal for the last ten months. We believe the football club

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will be Premier League in the next few years and our objective is to

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support that commercial drive and moving forward support the Premier

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League. Derby played at the racecourse ground, they moved to the

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baseball ground where they played for 100 years. They then relocated

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to Pride Park 16 years ago. They should have imported the baseball

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ground name in the first place. It would have been more historic. What

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do fans think? It is a good thing. It is a lot of money. The fans

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realise it is the way forward. Everyone was furious about it. If

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they want to go to the Premier League, it is a small sum of money

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for such a big change. Is it a good deal? Out of 92 clubs, 28 have

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commercial titles, the emirates pay Arsenal 150 million over five years

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but in Derby division, Brighton received 4.5 million over ten years

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for stadium naming rights. Leicester have sponsored stadium but that deal

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is paid for by a company who owns or is connected to the club. Everyone

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knows we have a ceiling to the losses, we have to drive the

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revenue. For us to combine that with a partnership like I protest

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positive. The first game at the iPro Stadium is on December the 7th

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against Blackpool. Matt Smith returns to make his first starting

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appearance of the season for Leicester Tigers in the LV` Cup trip

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to face Worcester Warriors at Sixways tomorrow night. Time for the

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last of our three finalists as we search for the BBC East Midlands

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Sports Unsung Hero of 2013. We've had lots of entries for people you

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think have given their time and effort to help others play sport.

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Tonight we meet Colin Magee, who for half a century has been helping

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others go sailing. For 50 years, Colin has been

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teaching sailing. The bowel, the Stern, the mainsail. No matter what

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age or ability or background. We have children from age eight, people

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come down, the oldest was coming into his 90s. These are the rules,

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no membership fees, free instruction, kicked and clothing

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provided and well maintained boats. If a child wanted to sail and could

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not afford it, if I have to dip into my own pocket, I would do. Colin

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trained the older kids to become instructors, to lead sessions,

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thousands of children have come through the Leicestershire and

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Rutland youth sailing Association. In boats bought by the fundraising,

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maintained by Colin in his spare time. He works tirelessly to raise

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funds and raise the profile. Without him, none of this would be possible.

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He is a fantastic coach. I would not be here today without him. He has a

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lot of experience and patients. He works in sailing for 40 hours a

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week, he has taken children with behavioural difficulties and got

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them in the squad and he has got this kid onto the Olympic programme.

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In terms of making the sport open and accessible to people from all

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backgrounds. I would not be sailing if he wasn't here. I love it. It is

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giving something back to children. It involves them. And it brings the

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best out of them. That's Colin Magee from Burbage in Leicester. And we'll

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be revealing our winner ` the Unsung Hero who'll be representing the East

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Midlands at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year ` next

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Tuesday. Last year we won. It's taken months

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of planning, days of skilled work and hundreds of thousands of gallons

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of water. One of Leicestershire's biggest canal repair projects is

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underway at Foxton Locks. The fifty thousand pounds scheme will repair

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damage from years of people using one of the busiest canals in the

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region. It's part of a 45 million pound national scheme to repair two

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thousand miles of canals and rivers. Rebecca Sheeran reports.

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Over the summer, thousands of people and boats use the locks, now, time

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for repairs. What we see is the majority is original brickwork and

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coping is and effectively we have to keep the gates maintained, they wear

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out, they get hammered from boats going through and the work we are

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completing we hope will mean we do not have to come back for ongoing

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maintenance of a five`year. It is taken two days to drain ten locks

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similar to this and they think it is over 1 million gallons of water that

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has drained out. After training, there was plenty of clearing up to

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be done. You name it, we found it. More shopping trolleys than the

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supermarket. We drain down, and gradually it works its way through

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Leicestershire into Leicester and then it joins the river and is taken

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by the river. When we refill in five weeks, the 20 miles above us is fed

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by four reservoirs. The project has been all about restoring and not

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replacing. This weekend, the public are being invited to walk these

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tunnels and view the history that lies beneath. Lovely weather there.

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It was nice. The return of Anna. Welcome back. I missed you both. The

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weather might get a bit interesting into next week. We have had wind

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around today, much lighter tomorrow and with the dry conditions, feeling

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quite pleasant. Thank you to Paul, a beautiful picture. The fair is on in

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Loughborough. The wind is continuing to ease off to this evening, and as

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it eases, temperatures dropping really quite quickly. We expect them

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to drop as low as two Celsius. If you live somewhere sheltered in the

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countryside, you may get a touch of frost. Another beautiful start

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tomorrow, clear blue sunny skies for all of us as we go through the

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morning. You may notice some cloud edging in to the Peak District into

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the afternoon but another settled and lovely autumnal day. Because the

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wind feels lighter, temperatures will be pleasant out and about. The

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weekend, Saturday looks like the best of the day, it should stay dry

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but we will notice the cloud gradually increasing to the day.

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This area of rain in the north, it will move south through the night

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and it is with us on Sunday so cloudy with outbreaks of rain on

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Sunday. It will clear away giving us a decent day into Monday, you will

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notice temperatures of nine, that is what we expect the time of year but

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from Tuesday we expect them to drop, a bit of cold snap and a chance of

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some wintry showers. My first forecast. Welcome back. A quick

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apology, in a story about Police Commissioner is we said Lincolnshire

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Police Commissioner was the wrong name. Sorry about that. Join me for

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the late news. Goodbye.

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