Diabetes UK launches its largest ever type 2 campaign in the UK today. 50,000 East Midlanders may unknowingly have the condition.
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It is estimated more than 50,000 people in the East Midlands are living with type 2 diabetes without knowing they have the condition.
The charity, Diabetes UK, launches its largest ever campaign today to encourage people to have their risk of the condition assessed.
The Trade Union Congress has released figures which suggest that workers in the East Midlands have suffered a huge squeeze on their incomes, with average pay falling by 5.7 percent - a loss of almost £26 in the pay packets of employees working a 40-hour week.
This figure is slightly lower than the national average fall of 6.3 percent (£30). However the figures demonstrate that the loss in pay is being felt by families in the East Midlands as incomes fail to keep pace with rising prices.
East Midlands Trains (EMT) has announced celebration plans for the final week of the Nottingham re-signalling work and the re-opening of Nottingham station.
The celebrations are based on positive customer feedback from initiatives taking place throughout the work.
EMT volunteers will be handing out free macaroons to customers today. There will also be a 'mascot dance-off'.
Major engineering works are still affecting East Midlands Trains. Replacement bus services are running between Nottingham, Derby and East Midlands Parkway.
Trains are only running between East Midlands Parkway and St Pancras.
East Midlands trains are only running between East Midlands Parkway and St Pancras because of major engineering works. Replacement bus services are running from Nottingham and Derby.
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