A major food manufacturer have said they are interested in buying the former S&A Foods site in Derby, after the company went into administration last month.
More than 300 people lost their jobs at the firm, which specialised in supplying Indian ready-meals.
The Two Sisters Food Group has confirmed it wants to purchase the site on Shaftsbury Street South. S&A Foods stopped operations after they lost a major contract with ASDA.
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A jobs fair for workers facing redundancy at Goodyear is to be held at Dunstall Racecourse later.
In October the firm's bosses announced that more than 330 staff will lose their jobs during a phased closure throughout 2016.
Goodyear have been manufacturing tyres and compounds in Wolverhampton for 88 years.
The first staff will go on December 31st.
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Three former directors at the parcel delivery firm City Link have been cleared of breaching labour relations law when firm collapsed last Christmas Eve.
In the West Midlands, more than four hundred of those who lost their jobs were based at its headquarters in Coventry. Staff at depots in Birmingham, Stafford, Shrewsbury and West Bromwich also lost their jobs on New Years Eve, along with 143 staff at depots in Nottingham, Peterborough, Lincoln and Northampton.
David Smith, Robert Peto and Thomas Wright were accused of failing to give 45 days notice of the dismissals. The judge said all three gave evidence that they genuinely believed a buyer could be found.
Chris Halpin reports.
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Leicester's economy has been given a dramatic boost thanks to a number of high profile events this year, like the reinterment of Richard III and the Rugby World Cup.
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