Overcoming loneliness the DMU way

Almost half of UK students admit feeling lonely during their time at university, according to a recent report by Sodexo.

With the closure of many a shop on Leicester’s High Street is Christmas the lifeline?

As Christmas looms and local business trade picks up, is the end of the year the lifeline that independent businesses need to survive into the new year? We went onto the streets to find out.

“I hope he does well but not today”- can comeback Claudio conquer former club Leicester City?

Tonight (WED, DEC 5) marks a momentous occasion as Claudio Ranieri faces off against Leicester City for the first time since his exit from the Midlands club.

Festive Leicester gets into full Christmas celebratory spirit

Preparations for the festive season are well underway in Leicester city centre, with the lights already switched on and the Clock Tower tree up, as well as attractions such as the Wheel of Light.

Deputy Mayor defends environmental policy amid increased protests

The Deputy Mayor of Leicester has today defended the city council’s plans to cut down trees in the Cultural Quarter area of the city.