14/09/2014 East Midlands Today


14/09/2014

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With your news now for the East Midlands, I'm Victoria Hicks.

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A teenager left critically hnjured after being hit by a car has died

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Raqeem Khan, who was 16, died earlier today in the Qteen s

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Medical Centre, after the collision in Valley Road in Carlton.

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An 18`year`old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted mtrder

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Crews are still damping down at the scene of a huge fire

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which destroyed a new multi`million pound university building.

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60 firefighters tackled the fire on Friday night on Triumph Road

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The building belonged to the University of Nottinghal.

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It was due to be the world's first carbon neutral chemistry laboratory.

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Fire investigators are working with the police to

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Nottingham City Hospital is celebrating a tenfold incre`se

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in the number of kidney transplants it now carries out, as it cdlebrates

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Around 200 kidney transplant patients gathered in Beeston today

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to mark the occasion, including two very special sisters.

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We share lots of things, clothes, lots of things, don't we?

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It is not unusual for sisters to share things,

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but when Susan's kidney failed 3 years ago, her sister Sheil` decided

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to take things a step furthdr by donating one of her kidndys.

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Well, I've thanked her a million times.

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She sometimes, if we fall ott, asks for the kidney back.

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We did our first transplant back in 1974 and at that time it was a new

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procedure in Nottingham, we were only doing between ten and 30 a

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year, while we are now doing around 100 year and that makes a htge

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difference for those people who have been waiting. The hope is that this

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event, where there was plenty of c`ke

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and no steak and kidney pie, will encourage others to donate, too

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The Newark by`election is wdll behind us,

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but it seems the Prime Minister s frequent visits during that campaign

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It's emerged David Cameron has taken a keen interest in the

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National Civil War centre which opens in the town next year,

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There is still a lot of work to do, but, bit by bit,

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the new Civil War centre is taking shape inside Newark's old school.

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The national centre will showcase artefacts from all over the country.

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And now, David Cameron is lending a hand

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He has asked the trustees of Chequers, the Prime Minister s

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official country residence, to loan objects to the exhibition.

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We are absolutely delighted because we were aware that

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the Prime Minister was here during the by`election, two or three

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times, and he mentioned durhng the visit that he would look into this.

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We are incredibly grateful that in his busy schedule he has made

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It is not known yet what will be offered,

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but the Buckinghamshire est`te has some intriguing prospects.

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We are aware of some of the items they have got.

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They have a Cromwell death lask and a very rare and unusual painting

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They also have the paintings of all the protagonists

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Now there is even talk of the Prime Minister, possibly,

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opening the centre when it is completed next spring.

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Onto sport and the biggest game of the season so far for

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It ended in a stalemate at the City ground but it was as eventftl as

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As long as we beat Derby, that's all that matters. Major. East

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Midlands Derby. It's going to be a big one. There will be a winner

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passionate. APPLAUSE Derby Day is between the fidrce

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local rivals is always a fehsty affair. This one more than lived up

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to its billing. Two sets of fans briefly united, a standing ovation

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ten minutes into the game, ` tribute to the legendary manager Brhan

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Clough dearly beloved by thdm both. The hostilities resumed soon after.

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Chances came and went for both teams along with the inevit`ble

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bookings. It was Forest who made the breakthrough. Antonio

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neatly with other players to send the Reds' fans into raptures.

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Forest's fantastic start to the season looked on course to continue,

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but Derby had other ideas. Brian Shotton's effort looked likd it

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crossed the line, Leon Best put it beyond doubt. APPLAUSE

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Still time though for more drama, Jake Ruxton showed red, but the ten

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Derby managed to hold on. It ended almost even. Leicester City broke

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their transfer record to sign him and he has already provdd his

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Three goals in four games for Leonardo, but few will mean as much

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as this one. The strike at Stokesley at Leicester's first win in the

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Premier League, definitely worth the wait.

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Now here's Charlie with the weather forecast.

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Still just a little bit of brightness of the sun goes down As

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he going to the early night `` the early hours of Monday, we mhght he

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said Risley showers. That Britain to three showers. A mild night, 13

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Celsius. A misty, murky start to Monday, lots of cloud around. We

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might see a little bit of brightness in western Nottinghamshire. It is

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settled after that. We're back with more from the

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East Midlands later this evdning Still, some clear spells in western

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areas. If you spot stepping into single figures but foremost, it will

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not be a cold night. It a rather murky and grey start to Monday.

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Still, the far north-east of England, into eastern Scotland,

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whereas elsewhere, slow improvement. It brightens up into the afternoon.

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There will be the odd shower around. Not so much for the South of England

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and Wales, here, mainly dry, but there will

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