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A harrowing new £3.2m THINK! campaign to highlight the life-wrecking consequences of speeding for drivers as well as victims was launched today by Road Safety Minister Jim Fitzpatrick.    ...more
30 January 2009 10:49 
Department for Transport
 
A harrowing new £3.2m THINK! campaign to highlight the life-wrecking consequences of speeding for drivers as well as victims was launched today by Road Safety Minister Jim Fitzpatrick.    ...more
30 January 2009 10:43 
Department for Transport
 
A harrowing new £3.2m THINK! campaign to highlight the life-wrecking consequences of speeding for drivers as well as victims was launched today by Road Safety Minister Jim Fitzpatrick.    ...more
30 January 2009 10:37 
Department for Transport
 
Work to install emergency turning areas on the A1 between Gonerby Moor and Marston Tollbar, and Barrowby and Gonerby Moor near Grantham in Lincolnshire will begin on Monday 2 February.    ...more
29 January 2009 15:49 
Highways Agency
 
* DSA splits the new motorcycle test into two parts    ...more
29 January 2009 14:12 
Driving Standards Agency
 
Parents, teenagers and carers in Northamptonshire are among those being asked to share their views on guidance around young people and alcohol.    ...more
29 January 2009 11:13 
Department for Children, Schools and Families
 
Parents, teenagers and carers in Leicestershire and Rutland are among those being asked to share their views on guidance around young people and alcohol.    ...more
29 January 2009 11:10 
Department for Children, Schools and Families
 
Parents, teenagers and carers in Lincolnshire are among those being asked to share their views on guidance around young people and alcohol.    ...more
29 January 2009 10:56 
Department for Children, Schools and Families
 
Parents, teenagers and carers in Nottinghamshire are among those being asked to share their views on guidance around young people and alcohol.    ...more
29 January 2009 10:49 
Department for Children, Schools and Families
 
Parents, teenagers and carers in Derbyshire are among those being asked to share their views on guidance around young people and alcohol.    ...more
29 January 2009 10:43 
Department for Children, Schools and Families
 
Details of a major road widening scheme to cut congestion, improve safety and help boost the East Midlands economy have been published today.    ...more
29 January 2009 09:17 
Highways Agency
 
A company director from Worcester who kept two sets of accounts, one for the taxman and one for the purpose of diverting cash to an offshore bank account in Jersey was jailed for 18 months yesterday.    ...more
29 January 2009 08:25 
HM Revenue & Customs
 
The leading gang member behind a major VAT carousel fraud has been ordered to pay back over £6.8million.    ...more
29 January 2009 07:59 
HM Revenue & Customs
 
The Highways Agency will be carrying out essential work to resurface the M1 between Junction 26 and Junction 27 in Nottinghamshire. The overnight work will take place over four weekends on both carriageways (three weekends southbound and one weekend northbound).    ...more
28 January 2009 10:22 
Highways Agency
 
Small businesses will get a one stop shop for guidance on health and safety and employment legislation, that will help make sure they comply with the law and save them time and money - approximately £90 million for East Midlands businesses - under new recommendations announced today.    ...more
28 January 2009 00:02 
Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
 
Small businesses will get a one stop shop for guidance on health and safety and employment legislation, that will help make sure they comply with the law and save them time and money - approximately £90 million for East Midlands businesses - under new recommendations announced today.    ...more
28 January 2009 00:02 
Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
 
Small businesses will get a one stop shop for guidance on health and safety and employment legislation, that will help make sure they comply with the law and save them time and money - approximately £90 million for East Midlands businesses - under new recommendations announced today.    ...more
28 January 2009 00:02 
Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
 
Small businesses will get a one stop shop for guidance on health and safety and employment legislation, that will help make sure they comply with the law and save them time and money - approximately £90 million for East Midlands businesses - under new recommendations announced today.    ...more
28 January 2009 00:02 
Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
 
Small businesses will get a one stop shop for guidance on health and safety and employment legislation, that will help make sure they comply with the law and save them time and money - approximately £90 million for East Midlands businesses - under new recommendations announced today.    ...more
28 January 2009 00:02 
Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
 
The East Midlands Regional Economic Cabinet has announced a major new approach to simplify and improve support for employers in the region. It will provide practical support for employers facing job losses, but will also help businesses avoid the need for redundancies.    ...more
27 January 2009 15:30 
Regional Minister For The East Midlands
 
Work to widen two existing laybys on the A1 to provide an emergency turning area between Apleyhead and Ranby, Nottinghamshire is due to start on Saturday 31 January.    ...more
27 January 2009 09:53 
Highways Agency
 
A scheme to resurface the northbound entry slip road of the A1 from the B668 at Stretton, Rutland will start on Thursday, 5 February.    ...more
27 January 2009 09:41 
Highways Agency
 
An essential maintenance scheme on the A38 over Havenbaulk Lane at Littleover in Derby will start on Thursday, 12 February.    ...more
27 January 2009 09:28 
Highways Agency
 
Minister for the East Midlands, Phil Hope, paid a visit to Leicester today to meet people who have been recruited into jobs, unemployed people, and public sector employers who are tackling the problem of rising unemployment.    ...more
26 January 2009 17:11 
Regional Minister For The East Midlands
 
A Leicestershire man who fled the country in a bid to escape jail for his role in a major cigarette smuggling plot is now behind bars.    ...more
26 January 2009 16:46 
HM Revenue & Customs
 
A scheme to resurface the A1/A47 southbound exit and entry sliproads at Wansford near Peterborough is due to start on Monday 2 February.    ...more
26 January 2009 14:19 
Highways Agency
 
A scheme to resurface the A1/A634 northbound exit and southbound entry roads at Blyth near Worksop in Nottinghamshire will start on Friday 30 January.    ...more
26 January 2009 14:10 
Highways Agency
 
As part of the Highways Agency's commitment to protecting and respecting the environment 350 metres of hedgerow has been planted at the top of the A14 embankment near Thrapston, Northamptonshire.    ...more
26 January 2009 12:59 
Highways Agency
 
Please note: the venue for all the following Public Inquiries is: Hillcrest House, 386 Harehills Lane, Leeds, LS9 6NF, unless otherwise stated at the side of the date and time.    ...more
26 January 2009 11:41 
Office of the Traffic Commissioner
 
A nursery group that values learning and development for its staff as highly as for its children has signed the Skills Pledge and is reaping the benefits in terms of improved staff morale and performance.    ...more
26 January 2009 10:30 
Learning And Skills Council
 
Amended version    ...more
26 January 2009 09:51 
Ministry of Justice
 
M1 JUNCTION 25 to JUNCTION 28 WIDENING    ...more
23 January 2009 14:55 
Highways Agency
 
Work to replace the steel parapets on the Barnes Meadow Viaduct on the A45 in Northampton will start on Monday 2 February and continue until Wednesday 8 April.    ...more
23 January 2009 13:42 
Highways Agency
 
The new junction on the A453 at Ratcliffe on Soar, Nottinghamshire, will be fully operational for the opening of the new East Midlands Parkway station on Monday 26 January, but some essential traffic management will remain in place until the junction works are completed.    ...more
23 January 2009 13:08 
Highways Agency
 
Life guards, dog wardens and refuse workers are among the 2,560 employees able to update their skills and knowledge thanks to three councils signing up for the Government's Skills Pledge.    ...more
22 January 2009 14:49 
Learning And Skills Council
 
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is advising galvanising companies to check their operation procedures after a man was badly burnt when colleagues underestimated the weight of a beam.    ...more
22 January 2009 12:53 
Health and Safety Executive
 
Mums-to-be in the East Midlands, with babies due on or after 6 April 2009, are being urged to apply now for the new £190 Health in Pregnancy Grant.    ...more
22 January 2009 10:03 
HM Revenue & Customs
 
A Grantham-based leadership development firm have proved that the road to Canadian exporting need not be a rocky one, thanks to help and advice from UK Trade & Investment (UKTI)    ...more
21 January 2009 10:46 
UK Trade & Investment
 
A new campaign to help boost workers' awareness of the increased national minimum wage comes to Nottingham this week ( Thursday 22 and Friday 23 January)    ...more
21 January 2009 10:23 
Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
 
James Caan, the newest star of BBC's Dragon's Den, will be using his entrepreneurial expertise to support the region's Ethnic Minority businesses, after being appointed the new Co-Chair of the Department of Business's Ethnic Minority Task Force.    ...more
20 January 2009 17:46 
Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
 
The Highway's Agency's ongoing project to widen the M1 between Junctions 25 and 28 in the East Midlands took another step forward yesterday when a farm bridge between Junctions 25 and 26 was successfully demolished.    ...more
20 January 2009 12:25 
Highways Agency
 
* Highway Code hits Million mark    ...more
20 January 2009 11:30 
Driving Standards Agency
 
Two new reports published today by the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (Ofsted) highlight the need for clear national strategies to support the different learning needs of long and short-term offenders.    ...more
20 January 2009 00:01 
Office For Standards In Education (OFSTED)
 
'Get growing - Go Global' is a free event organised by UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) on Wednesday 4 February at Kettering Conference Centre to highlight how exporting is more important than ever given the current credit crunch.    ...more
19 January 2009 15:12 
UK Trade & Investment
 
'Get growing - Go Global' is a free event organised by UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) on 11 February at Breadsall Priory, Derby to highlight how exporting is more important than ever given the current credit crunch.    ...more
19 January 2009 15:05 
UK Trade & Investment
 
Life guards, dog wardens and refuse workers are among the 2,560 employees able to update their skills and knowledge thanks to three councils signing up for the Government's Skills Pledge.    ...more
19 January 2009 13:39 
Learning And Skills Council
 
Richard Hezlet, Regional Director for the NFU East Midlands and Lincolnshire arable farmer, Hugh Wykes, have backed a campaign to prevent deaths on farms, launched by the Health and Safety Executive, which highlights farming as one of the most dangerous ways to make a living in Britain.    ...more
19 January 2009 11:52 
Health and Safety Executive
 
M1 JUNCTION 25 to JUNCTION 28 WIDENING    ...more
16 January 2009 16:58 
Highways Agency
 
Too many burial grounds operators are staking or laying down memorials which are not a serious risk to the public. New guidance published today by Justice Minister Bridget Prentice makes it clear this should only be done as a last resort.    ...more
16 January 2009 12:18 
Ministry of Justice
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