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Today the Drinking Water Inspectorate published its independent assessment of the incident involved the issuing of a boil water notice to some 258,000 consumers living in the Northampton and Daventry area in June 2008.    ...more
5 November 2008 14:18 
Drinking Water Inspectorate
 
Every day thousands of road workers across the country put their trust in the hands of around 18 million other road users.    ...more
5 November 2008 06:00 
Highways Agency
 
Pupils are benefiting from school workforce reforms which have seen the introduction of staff from a wider range of backgrounds, skills and life experiences, according to a new report published by Ofsted, the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills.    ...more
5 November 2008 00:01 
Office For Standards In Education (OFSTED)
 
The Government today announced proposals to tighten up part of the formula used to allocate the Working Neighbourhoods Fund (WNF) - a three-year, £1.5bn Fund to turn around long term unemployment in the most disadvantaged communities.    ...more
4 November 2008 15:45 
Communities and Local Government
 
The following operators are among those due to appear at public inquiries held by the Traffic Commissioner for the Eastern Traffic Area in November 2008.    ...more
4 November 2008 14:57 
Office of the Traffic Commissioner
 
A new, modern magistrates' court in Loughborough was today officially opened by the Right Honourable Lord Justice Leveson, Senior Presiding Judge for England and Wales.    ...more
4 November 2008 14:15 
HM Courts Service
 
A shocking new THINK! campaign to highlight the deadly consequences of not always wearing a seat belt was launched today by Road Safety Minister Jim Fitzpatrick.    ...more
3 November 2008 13:09 
Department for Transport
 
New traffic management on the A1 at its junction with the B1081 at Carpenter's Lodge, near Stamford, will enable the Highways Agency to finish and open the new two-level junction at Carpenters Lodge before the Christmas holiday period.    ...more
3 November 2008 12:55 
Highways Agency
 
M1 WIDENING - JUNCTION 25 TO JUNCTION 28    ...more
31 October 2008 17:44 
Highways Agency
 
A package of proposals to help reduce congestion and improve road safety in Derby and to revitalise Loughborough town centre have been given the green light today.    ...more
31 October 2008 12:15 
Department for Transport
 
The hard work and commitment of a 61-year-old gardener and caretaker from Northamptonshire will be recognised by the Queen in her current round of honours at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday 4 November.    ...more
30 October 2008 14:53 
English Heritage
 
A scheme to resurface the southbound exit slip road at J24A of the M1 in Leicestershire and lane one of the southbound M1 carriageway approaching the slip road will start on Monday 10 November.    ...more
30 October 2008 11:40 
Highways Agency
 
Young People urged to take control!    ...more
30 October 2008 10:40 
Department for Children, Schools and Families
 
English Heritage's Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire has been rewarded for 'helping make the East Midlands attractive to visitors' at the 2008 East Midlands Tourism Enjoy England Excellence Awards.    ...more
29 October 2008 10:26 
English Heritage
 
The number of East Midlands workers injured at work has fallen over the past year, while the number of employers prosecuted for health and safety offences has increased, according to figures published today (Wednesday) by the Health and Safety Executive.    ...more
29 October 2008 09:54 
Health and Safety Executive
 
Two Leicestershire men have been sentenced today to a total of ten years in prison for their part in a criminal organisation which smuggled 27 million cigarettes and four tons of hand rolling tobacco into the UK.    ...more
28 October 2008 15:01 
HM Revenue & Customs
 
The A46 between Saxondale and Widmerpool in Nottinghamshire will be closed for up to four Sundays in November to protect roadworkers cutting down 70 dead or diseased trees along its verges.    ...more
27 October 2008 11:24 
Highways Agency
 
**PUBLIC SURVEY RESULTS REVEALED**    ...more
24 October 2008 15:13 
Home Office
 
M1 WIDENING - JUNCTION 25 TO JUNCTION 28    ...more
24 October 2008 15:08 
Highways Agency
 
HSE launches 'Asbestos: The Hidden Killer' campaign    ...more
24 October 2008 10:08 
Health and Safety Executive
 
Figures issued by the Health and Safety Executive today revealed that every week 20 tradesmen die from asbestos-related diseases, and this number is set to increase.    ...more
23 October 2008 13:42 
Health and Safety Executive
 
Four separate schemes to improve the A46 in Nottinghamshire will begin in November and continue until March 2009.    ...more
23 October 2008 12:36 
Highways Agency
 
HSE launches 'Asbestos: The Hidden Killer' campaign    ...more
23 October 2008 10:13 
Health and Safety Executive
 
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has warned companies to protect employees from dangerous machinery and provide suitable training after Richard Howitt (37) lost two fingers and part of his thumb on a woodworking machine.    ...more
22 October 2008 17:00 
Health and Safety Executive
 
Some of Northamptonshire's largest employers have urged others to follow their lead and invest in their staff and local communities to improve performance, staff retention and efficiency and help beat the potential impact of the credit crunch.    ...more
22 October 2008 14:36 
Learning And Skills Council
 
£50,000 still available for Nottingham young people    ...more
22 October 2008 11:14 
Department for Children, Schools and Families
 
Six places ranging from a residential street to an entire region of England were named as England's first 'Zero Waste Places' by Environment Minister Jane Kennedy today.    ...more
21 October 2008 10:23 
Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs
 
Over £4.5 million will be handed out to 12 English seaside towns in the latest round of funding from the Government's Sea Change programme, which aims to reinvigorate our much-loved resorts by investment in culture and heritage. Restored promenades; spectacular beach-front redesigns and new exhibition spaces will enhance the local environment and help boost visitor numbers around the coastline.    ...more
21 October 2008 00:01 
Department for Culture, Media And Sport
 
Work to resurface the A1 northbound carriageway between Gonerby Moor and Foston, Lincolnshire, is due to start on Sunday, 26 October for five nights.    ...more
20 October 2008 11:41 
Highways Agency
 
A radical overhaul of the Blue Badge scheme was announced today by Transport Minister Paul Clark. Up to £55 million will be dedicated to ensuring that the disabled parking scheme meets the needs of the 21st Century.    ...more
20 October 2008 10:02 
Department for Transport
 
The Regional Economic Cabinet, chaired by the Minister for the East Midlands, Phil Hope, supported by the chair of emda ( East Midlands Development Agency), Bryan Jackson held its first meeting on Friday 17 October.    ...more
20 October 2008 09:47 
Regional Minister For The East Midlands
 
Export experts are urging local companies to make the most of countries which provide a strong foundation for exporting.    ...more
20 October 2008 09:21 
UK Trade & Investment
 
Two Leicester men have been arrested in connection with the seizure of over half a tonne of 'speed' (amphetamines) in a 40ft trailer unit at Felixstowe last Wednesday.    ...more
19 October 2008 13:24 
HM Revenue & Customs
 
MONDAY 20 OCTOBER TO SUNDAY 26 OCTOBER 2008    ...more
17 October 2008 17:22 
Highways Agency
 
A Towcester company is returning to a motorsport exhibition - after striking gold at last year's event.    ...more
17 October 2008 13:03 
UK Trade & Investment
 
JOINT DCMS/BERR PRESS RELEASE    ...more
17 October 2008 09:48 
Department for Culture, Media And Sport
 
Phil Hope, Minister for the East Midlands, today announced the composition of the Regional Economic Cabinet which has been formed to bring leadership to the region and to address current economic pressures.    ...more
17 October 2008 09:29 
Regional Minister For The East Midlands
 
Helping savers, small businesses and homeowners in the East Midlands through the worldwide economic problems was top of the agenda at the first meeting of the Council of Regional Ministers today.    ...more
16 October 2008 15:50 
Regional Minister For The East Midlands
 
A 38 year-old painter and decorator from Sparkhill, Birmingham, was jailed for six and a half years today for smuggling heroin and for concealing cannabis and heroin in the boxer shorts he was wearing when he was stopped at Birmingham airport. The heroin was hidden inside two DVD players he was carrying in his luggage when he returned from a trip to Pakistan in May this year.    ...more
15 October 2008 16:17 
HM Revenue & Customs
 
A Derbyshire firm which is bucking the economic trend and continuing to grow is supporting the anniversary of Train to Gain, as the flagship service marks its second year of helping to boost the nation's skills.    ...more
15 October 2008 15:38 
Learning And Skills Council
 
A daytime ban on overtaking for heavy vehicles on two stretches of the A14 in Northamptonshire has been made permanent after a successful 18-month trial resulted in less congestion and improved journey reliability, Transport Minister Andrew Adonis announced today.    ...more
15 October 2008 15:07 
Highways Agency
 
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has warned companies to ensure work at height is carried out safely after a man fell from a lorry in Lincoln.    ...more
15 October 2008 11:27 
Health and Safety Executive
 
Work is now under way to construct a new junction for Network Rail's new East Midlands Parkway Station off the A453 at Ratcliffe on Soar, Nottinghamshire.    ...more
14 October 2008 17:24 
Highways Agency
 
Skills Minister Lord Tony Young has thanked regional businesses for making the Skills Pledge and committing to their workforce, stressing that if the UK is to become a world leader in Skills by 2020, then more firms across the East Midlands need to make the pledge.    ...more
14 October 2008 14:22 
Learning And Skills Council
 
While 31 October is more usually associated with witches, pumpkins and trick or treaters, from this year it takes on an added importance for anyone who fills in a tax return - it's now the new deadline for paper returns.    ...more
14 October 2008 11:16 
HM Revenue & Customs
 
A new sports project designed to help boost the self-esteem of young people will help cut crime and anti-social behaviour in Nottinghamshire, Home Office Minister Vernon Coaker said today during a visit to mark Not In My Neighbourhood Week.    ...more
14 October 2008 09:39 
Home Office
 
The number of Dignity Champions across the country has risen to more than 3,000, Minister of State for Care Services, Phil Hope, announced today.    ...more
13 October 2008 15:34 
Department of Health
 
The number of Dignity Champions across the country has risen to more than 3,000, Minister of State for Care Services, Phil Hope, announced today.    ...more
13 October 2008 15:28 
Department of Health
 
The number of Dignity Champions across the country has risen to more than 3,000, Minister of State for Care Services, Phil Hope, announced today.    ...more
13 October 2008 15:11 
Department of Health
 
A Nottinghamshire woman is looking forward to seeing her work on the shelves of bookstores across the UK, when her architectural city guide to Nottingham goes on sale next month.    ...more
13 October 2008 10:46 
English Heritage
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