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Tata steel will begin the official process to sell its UK plants today, with the future of the Corby site still unclear.
The government says a number of interested parties have come forward, including Liberty Steel, who are said to have had "positive meetings" with the business secretary.
The steel rolling mill in Corby employs around 500 people.
There is still uncertainty for the future of workers at Corby's Tata Steel Mill after the company announced it will try to sell all of its UK plants.
Six hundred jobs there are currently at risk as part of the latest cutbacks in steel production.
The decision was taken in India last night.
Since that decision the MP for Corby Tom Pursglove has tweeted his support for the workers in his constituency and the steel industry as a whole
We simply can't afford to lose our steel industry - for national security, but also the jobs it provides.
Up to 200 jobs could be lost with the closure of a dairy processing plant in Essex.
Arla Foods wants to shut the site in Hatfield Peverel by the end of July this year.
Some of the jobs could be moved to the company's Aylesbury factory.
As a farmer-owned dairy company, our mission is to return the highest value for our farmers’ milk, creating opportunities for growth.
The development of Aylesbury is helping us to deliver this vision in the UK, as the dairy approaches capacity.
We are entering into full consultation with all colleagues affected by both proposals, and their trade union representatives.
We are committed to supporting affected colleagues at this difficult time and will do everything we can to support them in their search for suitable alternative employment, either within Arla or elsewhere.
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Firefighters from across Norfolk will be gathering outside county hall today to protest against proposed budget cuts.
Plans include shutting Heacham Fire Station- as well as closing two retained stations at either West Walton or Outwell.
The fire brigade's union says it's worried lives could be put at risk.
Cambridgeshire police is working with Cambridge Regional College to increase its numbers of Special Constables.
The college has joined the Employer Supported Policing initiative to inspire people to become special constables.
The partnership will mean active support from college staff who become specials, including five days a year paid leave for duties and training.
"The College's fantastic Police Academy already demonstrates really positive work between the college and the Constabulary and this initiative takes us on to another level. We are delighted that CRC has become one of the first colleges in the country, and the first in the county, to support the Special Constabulary in such a positive way."
"The students are benefitting hugely from working with the police through our Police Academy and many of them will be applying for the Special Constabulary."
Unemployment is continuing to fall across the region, according to the latest figures.
It is down by 14,000 in the East of England with just four per cent of the workforce - 119,000 people - not in a job.
It is the lowest of anywhere in the country outside the South East.
It may be mid-winter in the East of England but try working in temperatures that can dip to minus 50.
The British Antarctic Survey based in Cambridge is looking for tradespeople to work at its research stations in the South Pole.
For the more adventurous the prospect of working in the Antarctic could be the experience of a lifetime.
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Cambridgeshire police is holding an event today to encourage people from black and minority ethnic backgrounds to consider joining the force.
Figures show almost seven percent of people living in the county say they are from a BME background, this increases to 16.6% in Peterborough. But less than two percent of police officers are from ethnic backgrounds.
The event is part of a 'positive action' strategy which aims to ensure that the workforce fully represents the community it serves.
"Cambridgeshire has a diverse population and we are dedicated to developing a representative workforce.
Positive Action has been instigated to encourage potential candidates from ethnic minorities to explore the opportunities of a career with the police.
We want to recruit the best talent from the widest pool of people possible and are actively encouraging people from all backgrounds to consider applying to become a police officer in Cambridgeshire"