I back calls that teachers must be educated to help stamp out the hideous practice of 'breast ironing'.
I have written before about the the closure of Scampton and loss of the Red Arrows from Lincolnshire.
The news lorry drivers are threatening to blockade major motorways and roads should Brexit be delayed is an indication of the growing anger and frustration at the continued betrayal of the democratic vote of 2016.
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.