Erewash News

Maggie Throup MP
18/11/2021: Erewash MP Maggie Throup has issued a statement in the wake of the publication of the Government's Integrated Rail Plan which confirms the status and future of the controversial HS2 rail link in the region.
Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber - Scott Knowles
18/11/2021: The Chief Executive for the East Midlands Chamber has commented on the publication of the Integrated Rail Plan by the Government and its ramifications for the HS2 Eastern Leg.
Bhavandeep Bains
17/11/2021: Derby College Group (DCG) student Bhavandeep Bains has been named a finalist of the Association of Colleges’ Student of the Year awards.
Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber - Scott Knowles
17/11/2021: Unemployment in the East Midlands has dropped to its lowest level since the beginning of the pandemic, new figures show. 
17/11/2021: Ilkeston Scala Cinema Listings:  Bookings are now available for the films below.  During lockdown, officials have been hard at work to ensure a safer cinema experience for all, so are calling upon the local community to support your local cinema.
17/11/2021: New data published by the UK Health Security Agency shows that antibiotic resistant bloodstream infections have fallen but remain at a higher level than five years ago. 
The location of the Toton Hub on the Erewash floodplain
16/11/2021: Campaigners and affected residents are reported to be 'cautiously optimistic' that phase 2b of HS2 will now be scrapped in the wake of recent media reports, but there are still nerves whilst they await specific details of the new Integrated Rail Plan due on Thursday before they can feel sure.
trentbarton buses
16/11/2021: trentbarton is giving its staff an extra pay rise to keep the company amongst the top payers in the bus sector.
Georgia and Chessie Guy
16/11/2021: Two sisters from Derby have paid tribute to their ‘outdoors-loving’ Grandad and the care given to him by a Risley-based Treetops Hospice after climbing the three biggest peaks in the UK.
16/11/2021: Community groups across Derbyshire have secured a share of £100k to support the fight against antisocial behaviour and neighbourhood crime.

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