Erewash News

29/01/2019: Domestic abuse can take many forms – but a common theme running through a lot of them is that the victims very often suffer in silence.  For the best part of 15 years, Katie Royle suffered alone as the victim of an intensely coercive and controlling relationship.
26/01/2019: Derbyshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa’s plans to increase police funding for Derbyshire in the next financial year have received a unanimous thumbs up from the Commissioner’s scrutiny body, the Police and Crime Panel.
26/01/2019: On Wednesday (24th January 2019), Erewash MP Maggie Throup secured a debate in Parliament to discuss the important contribution furniture manufacturers make to the UK economy.
26/01/2019: Officers are asking for the public’s help with an investigation into an assault that left a man with a broken jaw
26/01/2019: Thursday 24th January saw a group of 18 police officers come to the end of 17 weeks of police training in training school and from this week, they will be out and about policing the streets and protecting the communities of Derbyshire, with some deployed to serve in and around Ilkeston.
26/01/2019: Hundreds of schoolchildren enjoyed a series of athletics festivals organised by Erewash School Sport Partnership.
26/01/2019: A refurbishment project to upgrade the greenhouses at the West Park nursery complex in Long Eaton is close to completion.
23/01/2019: A Police officer from the Sandiacre Safer Neighbourhood Team has thanked the public for their response after an appeal for information.
23/01/2019: The number of people in work in the East Midlands increased in the three months to the end of November compared to the previous quarter, according to figures recently released.
23/01/2019: Derbyshire's Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa will scrutinise the work carried out to keep vulnerable people safe from crime at his Strategic Priorities Board meeting on Monday 28th January

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