It was great to read Rolls-Royce in Derby has won a major order to supply engines to the German airline Lufthansa.
London Road Community Hospital in Derby could be named after one of the county's most famous former residents.
MARGOT Parker MEP has urged the international community to do more to stop the unacceptable attack on human rights in Iran.
I was saddened to read Grantham Hospital will lose its accident and emergency department, to be replaced with an urgent treatment centre.
It is shameful that persecuted Christian Asia Bibi is not being allowed to leave Pakistan and live in peace with her family.
It was wonderful to read about the unveiling of a sculpture of Nottinghamshire's first woman MP Florence Paton, on International Women's Day.
It was interesting to note that on International Women's Day, I read a report from the Office of National Statistics, which stated that the gender pay gap still exists.
The surge in knife attacks has shocked and appalled us all and it is time the Government took action to tackle the causes of this awful crime and hand out tougher sentences too.
MARGOT Parker MEP has backed International Women's Day and called for further steps to be made to achieve equality at home and abroad.
We should all be extremely concerned at the latest reports of how the EU is quietly seizing control of members states' finances with its drive towards central taxation.