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A red traffic light
27/01/2023: Erewash Sound has intervened after drivers saw red at a set of re-occuring roadworks in the south west of the borough.
Illustration purposes only: Image by Bill Kasman from Pixabay
11/01/2023: Ockbrook has been renamed 'Potbrook' by one social media user whilst reporting that a previously patched part of a local road had begun to break up again.
From left, Miss Davies, Eashan and Ockash Treasurer Dave
14/12/2022: Officials at the Ockash Trust have expressed delight at being able to visit a local school to support a recipient of a Citizens Award.
08/12/2022: Erewash Borough Council is offering support and guidance during the cost of living crisis for all residents. 
30/11/2022: With the aim to offer somewhere warm, comfortable and welcoming for people struggling to heat their home and/or if feeling isolated, Warm Spaces are being set up across the borough to run during the Winter months, using funding available from Derbyshire County Council.
30/09/2022: Erewash is celebrating another set of fantastic results at this year’s East Midlands in Bloom Awards.
Jeff Counsell of trentbarton
04/09/2022: Passengers using the Ilkeston Flyer bus service from trentbarton could see an increased number of people on board after the firm said it would stop running four loss-making routes which have been severely impacted by the pandemic and which have no prospect of attracting sufficient customers, with the Flyer service running through an area in which another has been cut.
11/06/2022: The store manager at a Borrowash supermarket has taken to social media to distance herself from a potential row over changes being made in the village car park.
20/08/2021: During lockdown, a borough man has been working with local schools, families, groups and charities to refurbish old IT equipment to provide access to those without.
The newly installed partnership sign on the A52 bridge connecting Borrowash with Ockbrook
31/07/2021: Signs are approaching of a conclusion to a dispute over the removal of inspirational posters and messages which have been put on bridges over the A52 in Borrowash.

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