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20/09/2023: The theft of farm and plant machinery is a serious threat to the livelihoods of many in the farming and rural community.  In the past few months, the Derbyshire Rural Crime Team has seen the recovery of a significant amount of suspected stolen plant machinery, over £250,000 worth.
Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber - Scott Knowles
20/09/2023: The Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber has commented on the latest ONS figures showing consumer prices index (CPI) inflation was 6.7% in the year to August 2023.
19/09/2023: A £245,000 mission to improve an Erewash park will get under way this autumn after the council awarded a contract for new lighting.
Becky Haslam - reservist
19/09/2023: The NHS and social care in Derby and Derbyshire has launched a drive to recruit 500 “reservists”.
19/09/2023: Following a spate of drain cover thefts, the county council is asking residents to report any suspicious activity to the Police.
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18/09/2023: A statement from Cancer Support UK has expressed delighted in announcing a new partnership with a global wellbeing consultancy which has been instrumental in creating healthy workplace cultures for over 15 years.
(L-R):  Jonathan Evison (Humberside PCC), Rani Mahal (Leicester/shire/Rutland Deputy PCC, Angelique Foster (Derbyshire PCC), Marc Jones (Lincs PCC) Stephen Mold (Northants PCC), Ian Delgarno (Beds Deputy PCC)
18/09/2023: Angelique Foster, Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner, has addressed regional safety professionals at a meeting to discuss the work to prevent road deaths across the East Midlands and Eastern Regions.
18/09/2023: Angelique Foster, Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner, is funding the expansion of a high-tech property marking scheme to better protect farmers from thieves.
18/09/2023: Derby City Council has revealed that the cost of processing and disposing of contamination (incorrect or dirty items) in recycling bins is currently costing £450,000 a year. Some of the most common problem items are bagged waste, used nappies, food waste, electricals, hard plastic, and plastic bags and films. 
16/09/2023: Erewash Sound has teamed up with The Giving Lottery to give you the chance to win up to a jackpot of £25,000 by playing for just as little as £1 per week.