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27/06/2022: Since the pandemic started, Derbyshire County Council has been finding that fewer people are pre-sorting the waste they bring to the council’s household waste recycling centres – which means some of it won’t get recycled.  
Charlotte Carter
27/06/2022: An Ilkeston teenager has recently started a Healthcare Assistant job at a residential care home just weeks after meeting her future employers at a jobs fair organised by Derby College Group (DCG).
PCC Angelique Foster meeting the public
27/06/2022: Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Angelique Foster has launched a county-wide survey to help her strengthen the policing services local people receive.
24/06/2022: Health and social care in Derby and Derbyshire will undergo an evolution next month, when a new NHS body takes over the functions of the current Clinical Commissioning Group, strengthening the way the NHS and other health care providers work together to improve the health of people across the county.
24/06/2022: Nottingham architect and member of the Government’s Right to Build Task Force Julian Owen has welcomed the recent announcement that it has created a scheme to make it easier for people to build their own homes. 
24/06/2022: Families can enjoy a modern and accessible new play area that has officially opened in Ilkeston following a refurbishment.
23/06/2022: An Ilkeston woman has returned from her second week-long visit to Ukraine to help with the humanitarian effort. 
Jordan Werkowski-Freeman is banned from Long Eaton town centre
23/06/2022: A man from Long Eaton has been jailed after he was found guilty of stealing from shops and breaching a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO).
Chris Hobson from the East Midlands Chamber
23/06/2022: Confidence among East Midlands firms is rapidly declining amid a price squeeze that is causing a “cost of doing business crisis”, new research reveals. 
Tracy Harrison. credit PictureIt Media
23/06/2022: The CEO of Derbyshire’s specialist child exploitation charity Safe and Sound, has been named as a finalist in a national awards scheme recognising and celebrating the role of women in business and society.