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Hear the voices of Leicester's people, from personal stories and opinions to diverse perspectives on local issues.
Starting on the 3 November this year, I embarked on a personal journey that provided me with a close-up view of the current state of our underfunded and increasingly beleaguered NHS.
Almost exactly a year from the day my dad died, something beyond incredible happened. And it was all down to him.
In this article, former Leicester Mercury editor Nick Carter charts his 30-year journey into and through the challenges of media responsibility, particularly regarding issues of diversity, faith and community cohesion.
Hersh Thaker reflects on this experience as a first-time candidate in one of the most divisive elections the city has ever seen.
The Gazette hears from Helen Pettman, managing editor at the Evington Echo and chair of the Friends of Evington.
Panos Theodoropoulos, teaching fellow at University of Leicester, argues here’s what unions should do to support migrant workers.