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A former nursery employee has won a legal battle against nursery group Bright Horizons Family Solutions after being left severely disabled when using a faulty cot at one of its nurseries.

The Co-operative childcare's Blackbird Leys Nursery has re-opened today after Ofsted suspended its registration.

Two nursery limited companies and a nursery worker have been ordered to pay a total of 222,400 in fines and costs for health and safety failings that led to the death of a two-year-old girl.

Five men have been arrested in Worcestershire after a child told their family that they had been sexually abused at a Bright Eyes nursery.

Three nurseries in Dublin are being investigated by police following reports of the mistreatment of children in their care.

The National Children's Bureau (NCB) is calling on the Government to give children the legal right to an independent advocate at child protection conferences.

Toddlers living in socially deprived areas are most at risk of suffering hot water related injuries at home, according to a new study.

Dr Katherine Runswick-Cole outlines the main proposals in the Children and Families Bill for increasing the number of children being adopted and for reducing delays

More focus needs to be placed on the needs of children revised Government guidelines on safeguarding state.

Minor scrapes are part and parcel of giving children the opportunity to test themselves in a challenging environment. Gayle Goshorn finds out how nurseries maximise safety and maintain the right approach.