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17/11/2023: On Thursday 16th Novemeber, police officers from the Long Eaton Safer Neighbourhood Team, aided by officers from the Dog Section, Licensing officers and Task Force, carried out a Warrant on an address in Sandiacre as part of a joint operation.  The operation was also carried out with partner agencies including the Local Authority Environmental Health team. A number of items were recovered including stolen property.  A male has been interviewed concerning the items as enquiries continue.
17/11/2023: A man has been charged following reports of a disturbance on Cotmanhay Road at Ilkeston on Sunday 12th November.
17/11/2023: A Mum who tragically lost her son to knife crime is campaigning for resources and education on the topic.
17/11/2023: Aid to flood-hit Erewash residents has topped £57,000 in just over a week after the council finally got the Government go-ahead to act in the wake of Storm Babet.
Joined Up Care Derbyshire
17/11/2023: Health leaders in Derby and Derbyshire are urging people to "think which service" is right for their needs, as organisations prepare for winter season pressures.
Department for Transport
17/11/2023: Millions of people will enjoy smoother, safer, and faster road journeys thanks to the biggest ever road resurfacing programme to improve local roads in the East Midlands.
16/11/2023: An award winning business has secured funding to open a new training hub in Long Eaton, allowing more people to learn life saving skills in the local community.
Laura Smith with an upcycling creation
16/11/2023: Laura Smith, a former student at Derby College Group (DCG) who now works at the College as a member of their teaching staff, is celebrating after being awarded runner up in the national Association of Colleges’ (AoC) Student Green Commitment Award at the Student of the Year Awards.
Department for Transport
16/11/2023: A new £2 million competition has launched to encourage businesses and local authorities to work together to develop and trial transport schemes that cut emissions in the long term.
15/11/2023: Progress has been made by Derbyshire County Council to tackle its forecast in-year overspend of £46.4m but the authority has warned serious challenges still lie ahead.