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20/05/2023: Police officers in Long Eaton are appealing for help identifying two Good Samaritans who stopped to help a woman after an assault in a street in the town.
19/05/2023: The owner of an Ilkeston restaurant has been handed a suspended prison sentence after pleading guilty to four breaches of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
19/05/2023: An ex-pat Ilkestonian emigrated Down Under, long before the Erewash borough was anywhere near getting its own local radio station, so he was 'chuffed' after recently discovering that he could listen to a taste of home in Western Australia.
Department for Transport
19/05/2023: Communities across the East Midlands are set to benefit from £8.4million of Government funding for cycling and walking schemes, helping to boost local economies, and transform the school run for thousands of children, generating up to 16 million extra walking and cycling trips a year across the country. 
Maggie Throup MP
18/05/2023: Maggie Throup, Member of Parliament for Erewash, has welcomed extra funding from the Government, providing schools in Erewash with an additional £2,475,908.00, as part of £2 billion this year and next for primary schools and secondary schools in England.
PCC Angelique Foster outside Police HQ
18/05/2023: Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Angelique Foster has secured more than £1.3m from the Home Office to increase the safety of domestic abuse victims.
Anastasiia Markeliuk
17/05/2023: Refugees from countries including Ukraine and Syria are being supported into work across Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Staffordshire by a partnership between two chambers of commerce.
Senior Competition winner and DCG student, Matthew Wooley with DCG CEO Mandie Stravino OBE MBA and The Guild of Bricklayers President Mr Bill Bowmen
17/05/2023: A Derby College student has a place in the final of a bricklaying competition after he was crowned regional winner.
17/05/2023: Data released by Erewash Borough Council shows the number of people who brought ID to a polling station for local elections on May 4th.
17/05/2023: Officers from the Long Eaton Safer Neighbourhood Team kicked off their involvement in National Operation Sceptre week with a visit to two schools in Sandiacre and another in Long Eaton.