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The coalition Government says it will be announcing its plans in the new year to develop early years workforce leaders.

An Essex nursery that looked set to lose out on 1.2m from the Early Years Capital Grant has been told that the local authority will honour its contract and provide the funding.

All of the play services in a large London borough could be axed in council spending cuts.

Campaigners have succeeded in winning a reprieve for a council-run nursery in Brighton, after more than 5,000 people signed a petition to save it.

Trends and good practice in nursery business come under the spotlight in a first-time seminar, previewed by Ruth Thomson.

Nursery managers will feel more confident about tackling late-payers if there are solid procedures in place to address debts, says Sarah Steel, manager of the Old Station nursery group.

Nurseries concerned about risk will be interested in new proposals over health and safety, say Tabitha Cave and Natalie Andrews.

Unknown territory lurks around the new early years qualifications.

Nurseries, pre-schools, children's centres and schools are invited to enter the Elizabeth Jarman 2011 Award in search of the setting which best demonstrates how the Communication Friendly Spaces approach has supported children's speaking and listening skills, emotional well-being and general engagement.

The CWDC is recruiting a second intake for its New Leaders in Early Years programme.