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effort to put people off smoking. That is all from the BBC

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This is East Midlands Today. Tonight, can a Prime Ministdr's

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promise save our last collidry from closure? The Prime Minister promises

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to fight for the jobs. But nearby there is resignation. I havd met

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some wonderful people there. This place will be sad without the jobs.

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Six men arrested over us missing teenager. Plus how Prince H`rry is

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helping these youngsters in the inner`city. In sport, the cxcle

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sweeps in. Stuart Pearce is here to prove he can deliver success.

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Good evening. As the countdown began to the closure of the last deep mine

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in Nottinghamshire, the Prile Minister promised the government

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will everything it can to hdlp preserve jobs. 600 are under threat

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at Thoresby after UK Coal announced it'll shut by next Autumn. But a

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mining union says there's a way of keeping it open for another four

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years. Here's our Chief Reporter. There are no prizes for guessing

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what the main news is at thhs village. The closure of Thoresby

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after almost 90 years. The fight to save 600 jobs. And the fear of the

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effect it will have on this village. It has been the lifeblood of the

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village. I don't know where people will find work. It is such ` shame.

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The mining community is a slashing place. Everything will be affected.

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The pub and everything. 2500 people used to work there. We're not sure

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what will happen to our bushness. We are not sure what the knock`on

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effect would be. Many men travel in from the area. UK Coal says the

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government must provide half of a ?20 million loan to keep thd company

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solvent to finance a structtred closure over 18 months. This morning

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the Prime Minister made this pledge. We will work with them as closely as

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we can. I am in the business of trying to save jobs and makd sure we

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have diverse suppliers of energy. If we can help, we will. But the unions

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say there is a way for the pit to stay open for another four xears.

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They want the Government to bid for European state aid to pay for a

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longer closure period. We wdre in Brussels yesterday. We were told

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that the British government could apply. That would run this line and

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another one out until the end of 2018. But the local MP who has been

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in talks with ministers and UK Coal for six weeks is sceptical. I am not

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confident we can do that, to be honest. I will keep pressurd on the

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minister to look at all opthons If the global price of coal picks up,

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then it remains economicallx viable to keep the pit open with a without

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government support. The 45 day consultation began today and with it

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the countdown to closure. Whthin 18 months, the headstock wheels are

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expected to stop spinning after 90 years.

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Next, a dramatic twist in the police search for a missing 15`year`old

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girl. Officers looking for @na Simeonova have arrested six men Our

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reporter is in the centre of Leicester and has the latest now.

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Good evening. This is the ldast circle area of Leicester were Ana

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Simeonova was last seen on Tuesday of last week. She is 15 years old

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but I'm told she appears to be older than that. Police have issudd this

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picture from two years ago. When last seen, she was in a black jumper

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with black leggings. She spdaks Polish and Turkish. Police have

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revealed they have arrested six men from Leicester, aged between 19 and

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35, in connection with her disappearance. So far, five have

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been released on bail. Officers say this is still a missing persons

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investigation. They have carried out house`to`house enquiries in this

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area tonight. The longer th`t Ana Simeonova remains missing, they are

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becoming increasingly worridd that she has become the victim of some

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kind of crime. We are clearly very concerned about this 15`year`old

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girl who has only been in the country for five weeks. She doesn't

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speak English. She is clearly vulnerable for any one of those

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reasons. We are moving into the 10th day of the investigation and that is

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a long time for a young person to be missing. Ana Simeonova had only

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recently come to Leicester from Poland. Officers are appealhng to

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all communities in the city and beyond for information. You can

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contact the police on 101. Or the European missing children hotline.

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That is 116,000. A 31`year`old man has been jailed

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for eight years and banned from driving for ten following the death

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of a teenager in a smash. 18`year`old Olivia Flanagan died

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after the crash at Coalvilld in Leicestershire, just a few weeks

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before Christmas last year. Luke Sykes of Coleorton pleaded guilty to

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drink driving and causing ddath by dangerous driving. The court heard

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he had only just had his licence returned following a previots ban.

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Still to come: What goes on in a teenager's brain? Researchers are

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using special scans to try to find out and improve the mental health of

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young people. A man from Leicestershire who has

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cystic fibrosis says the current levels of air pollution mean he is

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unable to leave his home. M`rius Gregory from Stoney Stanton is now

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on oxygen 24 hours a day. Experts say the pollution levels have been

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high again and could continte to rise through this evening. Dast

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Midlands Ambulance Service says there has been a 10% rise in the

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number of 999 calls from people reporting breathing problems.

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Another day and yet more pollution. In the countryside as well `s in our

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cities, picture is the same. For most of us, it is a talking point.

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For Marius Gregory, it is lhfe changing. He has cystic fibrosis.

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His lung capacity is 30%. The pollution is having a big ilpact.

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Since yesterday morning, I have had the oxygen on. It has been puite

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shimmered. Mariusz Gregory hs not the only one affected. The @mbulance

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Service has said there has been a 10% increase in calls of people

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stating breathing difficulthes. It is quite unusual to have all of

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these factors at the same thme. It is worth some special measures this

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week to minimise the risk you have. My chest is very tight. I whll not

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go out unless there is an elergency. Otherwise, if I need somethhng from

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the shop, I will get my pardnts are my fiance to go. Unless it hs

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essential, I will not be le`ving this house. This is the first time I

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have notice this due to the weather that I have needed the oxygdn. I am

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breathless even sitting down. As Mariusz Gregory rests at hole, the

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pollution is slowly moving. Tomorrow, levels are expectdd to

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fall. Fill weather forecast later.

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Now a royal exclusive. East Midlands Today can reveal that Princd Harry

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is helping inner`city youngsters to get jobs in the movie industry. It

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follows a visit he made to St Anns in Nottingham. His charity has

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agreed to fund a new film production and mentoring programme. Thd details

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are being unveiled this evening at a local music studio. Our Sochal

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Affairs Correspondent reports. It is almost a year Prince Harry was

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welcomed to St Anns to one of the East Midlands most deprived

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neighbourhoods. But this wasn't just a Royal Visit. It was fact`finding

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mission. And now his charitx's finalising a plan to invest in

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practical support. Jourdan hs one of five new youth mentors who `re being

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employed here, with money from the Royal Foundation. He has just been

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down to Buckingham Palace to discuss the charity's plans with Prhnce

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Harry over dinner. Harry was at the head of our table. He is passionate

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about this. He wanted to be a successful stop this project is like

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his baby. He wanted to work. And today thousands of pounds of new

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musical equipment arrived hdre at the Community Recording Studio. It

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is being funded by the Royal Foundation. Part of a film `nd music

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training project, for 16 to 25`year`olds. It is learning how to

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write a script, how to record a film, how to do a camera and the

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soundtrack and then launch `n. We will have apprenticeships in

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industry leading companies. It is all about turning round an `rea that

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used to be renowned for drugs and crime. And tackling violent gang

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culture, by creating positive opportunities instead. Many people

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get frustrated. They want to do something with your life, btt they

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end up going astray. There have been times when there is no one to turn

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to apart from my peers who `re going through the same thing. It hs like

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the blind leading the blind. This is about changing lives. Princd Harry's

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charity is expecting to spend a substantial sum of money in St Anns,

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over the next year. It is also going to fund mentors at local prhmary

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schools. An investment by royal appointment that could make a

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long`term difference. 150 soldiers marched though

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Mansfield in Nottinghamshird today, after being granted the Freddom of

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the Town. The 2nd Battalion of The Mercian Regiment were greetdd by

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applause from shoppers as they paraded through the streets and then

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around the town square. The Lord Lieutenant of the County and the

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Mayor of Mansfield took a s`lute from the battalion.

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Teenagers often feel that nobody understands them. Now researchers

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are trying to do just that, by scanning their brains. The project

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at the University of Nottingham is re`scanning volunteers who were last

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seen four years ago. The sttdy hopes to find out how to improve the

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mental health of teenagers `nd how their brains change has thex grow

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up. Many of us have experienced being a

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moody teenager, or being thd parent of one. What makes a teenagd brain

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tick? We could be closer to finding out. Conner was last in an LRI

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scanner four years ago. Now aged 18 he's back for the next part of the

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study. 2,000 teenagers are having their brains scanned at universities

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across Europe. Here in Notthngham, researchers give the voluntders

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tasks to stimulate their br`ins Everything that appears on this

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screen, he is seeing through the goggles in there. A series of three

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shapes, for instance this triangle. They tell him how many points he can

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win if he presses a button when the square appears on the screen. I did

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it as I grew the 14`year`old because I knew there was eye`catching

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centre. I wanted to keep gohng because the project is investigating

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different behavioural traits in teenagers that is using acttal brain

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scanning. Early results frol a previous study show that wolen who

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smoke when pregnant may havd children that are more likely to

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experiment with drugs. Hopefully this will enable us to look for risk

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factors because the onset of a lot of mental illnesses happens before

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it the age of 24. Volunteers also watch the faces of people whth

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angry, neutral and happy faces to gauge their reactions. The

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rescanning is due to be finhshed in around a year, when we may know more

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about what's going on insidd teenagers minds.

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We're getting reports of an explosion on London Road in

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Leicester. Police say it is an electricity explosion. Roads in the

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area are closed and police `re asking people to avoid the `rea

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More on this as an when we get it. `` as and when.

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A Derbyshire firm is leading a scheme to recruit apprenticds to

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make steam boilers for trains and ships. It's a trade that allost died

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out in the 1960s. But with revived interest in steam power the firm's

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benefiting from part of a ?400, 00 lottery grant to continue the

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tradition. At Israel Newton's works at

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Cromford, it is red hot work producing parts for a new boiler.

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Traditional boilers, and thts boiler making. This was the Derby loco

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works pre Second World War. It almost disappeared with the death of

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steam on British rail in thd 19 0s. You might think this kind of heavy

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engineering is dying out, btt there are 6000 boilers around the country

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at 200 heritage centres. It is still needed. And the 200`year`old

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Derbyshire company is benefhtting from that heritage steam resurgence.

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There are lots of railways tsing steam locomotives. They havd to be

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repaired. The problem is th`t older people like myself are retiring and

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we want to pass on our knowledge to young people. Now, apprenticeships

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for boiler makers are back `fter 50 years. Israel Newton will t`ke on

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two new apprentices out of 06 nationally, all paid for by a

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?469,000 grant from the Herhtage Lottery Fund. 17`year`old apprentice

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Tom has already joined, driven by his interest in this tradithonal

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art. I always wanted my own steam engine from when I was very little.

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I couldn't afford one. I saw this company and decided to e`mahl them

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to ask about an apprenticeship. Now I am on an apprenticeship scheme is

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a boilermaker. And what better endorsement for this trade than from

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the son of the immortal Fred Dibnah, now an engineer here, himself? It is

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only dying out. But people here are keeping it going. Lots of pdople

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have this as a hobby as well as they apprenticeships.

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Still to come: what makes a Midlander? Plenty of famous people

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were born and brought up here, but a new book claims we're much

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misunderstood. We'll Meet the Author later.

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Time for the sport. Lots gohng on at City Ground.

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So finally Nottingham Forest have a new manager. 11 days after Billy

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Davies was sacked Reds legend Stuart Pearce has agreed to take over. A

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two year deal has been signdd by the man the fans knew as Psycho. Angela

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has spent the day at the city Ground.

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Here's a Nottingham Forest legend and now he is back. Stuart Pearce

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out to prove he can succeed where others have failed and finally

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deliver success at the city Ground. This is a massive honour. I am

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acutely aware of what I havd done here as a player is irrelev`nt. It

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is what I do on the first d`y in July to make the man on my left very

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proud and feel he has delivdred the correct person. Keane knows what to

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expect. I am a manager and H will select the team. I give the go`ahead

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for those who leave and those who join us. Also the dressing room

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situation. That is non`negotiable. Beyond that, I want as much

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involvement as possible frol the chairman. I look forward to working

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with him. Do you hope he is your last manager, this fifth ond? I hope

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so. Everybody is happy that he is with us. The fans are happy to have

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him back with us. The fans will support him. I think this whll go

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well. There is a lot of expdctation on his shoulders. He is a ldgend

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here. I hope it goes right for him. It is nice to have him back. He has

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managed at Manchester city `nd England under 21 is, this job means

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a lot. To have the opportunhty of coming into this football club and

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seeing the multi`from the w`ll inspires me. Will you introduce punk

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rock into the dressing room? It will be on my iPod, but if the players

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want to pick that idea up and run with it, I am happy with th`t.

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Onto Leicester City where Nhgel Pearson has been nominated for the

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Championship Manager of the Month award yet again. Pearson guhded the

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Foxes to four wins and two draws in March.

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As for Derby County. Well, looking at the league table you certainly

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wouldn't bet against them m`king the play`offs. And if they do, the

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club's confirmed they will be able to hold on to their loanees like

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Patrick Bamford and Andre Whsdom. Captain Richard Keogh says ht's

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important they keep the squ`d together.

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Every time you step out on that line, we work hard for each other. I

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think that is important. Yot have a strong dressing room and we have a

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good mix of experienced plaxers and young players. They will pull each

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other through. That is really positive news. That is important.

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In League One, Notts County manager Shaun Derry has called on hhs

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players to motivate themselves for the last few games of the sdason.

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The Magpies are on the vergd of what they've branded a "Great Escape

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after winning three games rtnning and lifting themselves out of the

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relegation zone. Ultimately, it comes from whthin. As

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the penny dropped the Mac I hope it has, I hope it has. They have

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realised of late they are in a massive problem and they have got

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themselves out of it in the last three games. Let's hope that

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continues over the remaining games. `` has the penny dropped? I hope it

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has. Now to the young woman from

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Leicestershire who's amongst the best in one of the toughest of

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sports. Lucy Hall is in New Zealand for the start of the World Triathlon

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series. It's the first test for Lucy since she took the decision to leave

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her home county to train with the likes of Alistair and Jonny Brownlee

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in Yorkshire. Our reporter has been to see her.

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I am from Leicester. It is time for me to try new things. I movdd to

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Leeds. I have changed coachds and training squads. I am 22 ye`rs old

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now. I am still learning. I want to learn from the best and try to be

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the best. Stronger, faster, better... On her bike and in the

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water, Lucy Hall is a match for most in the world. To becomd a

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champion, she will need to hmprove her running. My running will take a

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long time to develop. I am not from a running background. I havd been

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told I have to be patient. Telling any athlete to be patient is

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difficult. We are always wanting more. We crave to be the best. Lucy

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was a surprise member of thd London Olympic team. The season, she hopes

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to make the Commonwealth Gales in Glasgow and perform well in the

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World Series. I think just knowing that physically, mentally,

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tactfully, I have given it ly all. Podium medal is just a bonus? All my

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God! That would be great if it happened. Let's just see how things

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go. Big game at Leicester City tomorrow.

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We all know that life can bd confusing at times. But if xou live

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in the Midlands you're apparently very confused all of the tile. A new

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book claims that Midlanders have no idea of their image or heritage

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while Northerners and those from the South have a strong sense of

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identity. In other words, they shout about their achievements and we

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don't. So what should we be be proud of. Here are just a few exalples.

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Issac Newton ` arguably the world's greatest scientist. Lord Byron `

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infamous Romantic poet. Jesse Boot. Frank Whittle ` inventor of the jet

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engine. Pork Pie. Bramley Apple Stilton. Rolls Royce ` an

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international brand. DH Lawrence ` the Nottinghamshire author. A sock

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with the instantly`recognis`ble stripes from Paul Smith.

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So does the midlands get a raw deal ` author Robert Shore thinks so `

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and his book on the subject comes out next week ` Bang in the Middle

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explores just what our part of the country has given to the world. It

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is the birthplace of modern democracy in British art. It is the

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birthplace of most of the things that people not from the Midlands

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and possibly not from England tend to like about England actually think

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of as typically English in ` good way, that is. But if you look at

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your average travel guide, then about half of the pages go to the

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South, then two thirds of what is left goes to the north. The last few

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pages go to the Midlands. Why do you think we are so hard done bx? We are

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not very good about talking about ourselves. We have big roads that

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goes straight through. We h`ve big train connections. People tdnd to

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see us as a stopping off pohnt on the way to somewhere with a more

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distinctive character. One reason is we are not very good at takhng on

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the name Midlands as somethhng slightly bigger than just Ldicester

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or Nottingham. What about pttting up a border to declare independence? I

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am not sure that is a good hdea But the North gets quite a lot of

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identity from the fact that people from cities that have an intense

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rivalry, such as Manchester, Liverpool and Newcastle, ard all

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proud Northerners. Winners H don't think that works in the Midlands.

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Yes, there is some rivalry. We have delivered there. That is

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fascinating. The weather has been very gloomy and

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dull. Let's first they talk about pollution. The levels have reached

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high during the afternoon in parts of the East Midlands. The good news

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is it will be improving for tomorrow. The reason for thd

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pollution has been recently we have had the Saharan dust. Ones that

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clears into the North Sea, we will start to see the wind changd in

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direction to a south`westerly. What that will do is it starts to push in

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much cleaner air. Effectively clearing the pollution during the

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day on Friday. If you have had some effect is from it, the good news is

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it is an improvement. There has been an improvement in the fields. We

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keep hold of a lot of cloud and there will be some patchy r`in

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around. It is really quite light rain at the moment. As we go through

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the night, Maureen for a tile before it starts to clear away to the

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North. A lot of cloud around and some missed forming by Don. On mild

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night threw out with lows of eight Celsius. Friday morning will start

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dull and cloudy. The cloud should at least then to give us some

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brightness into the afternoon. If we are lucky, we might see the odd

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sunny spell. We have the brhghtness, Thames just reaching 14 Celsius

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Looking at the weekend, Sattrday doesn't look too bad. Starts off

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fairly bright. We start to see cloud increasing from the West as we go

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through the day on Saturday. Maybe a little rain to end the day. On the

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whole, dry and temperatures still in the mid teens. Were expecting

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temperatures to be decent on Sunday. A little colour and unsettldd as we

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go into Monday. To be Capcol pollution levels are high btt will

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improve overnight and into tomorrow. That is good news because it has

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been uncomfortable for many today. Relief is on the way.

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We are back at 10:25pm. Enjoy your evening. Goodbye.

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