Erewash News

23/03/2019: Around 56,000 homes and businesses in Derbyshire are missing out on better, faster broadband.  Is yours one of them?
22/03/2019: In 2018 there were 11 fatal accidents on Derbyshire’s roads involving motorbikes.  It is for this reason that Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service is launching a new campaign called Biker Down.
22/03/2019: Communities across the East Midlands will receive a share of £500,000 to educate, commemorate and celebrate the outstanding contribution of the Windrush Generation and their descendants, Communities Minister Lord Bourne confirmed recently.
22/03/2019: Police officers who recovered a bike as part of an ongoing investigation are looking to trace the owner.
21/03/2019: Pensioners in Derbyshire who have partners of working age are being urged to contact Derbyshire County Council’s welfare rights service for advice about recent rule changes to their benefits.
21/03/2019: Safer Neighbourhood policing teams in Erewash have a new Sergeant in charge and two new PCs joining them.
The Minister for Digital and the Creative Industries Margot James MP
20/03/2019: Erewash Sound has received three letters of reply after Erewash MP Maggie Throup approached the broadcast regulator - OFCOM - seeking a quick decision over a bid by radio station officials to install a second transmitter to provide better coverage across the borough.
20/03/2019: The number of people in work in the East Midlands fell during the three months to the end of January 2019, according to figures released recently.
More than 40 policy makers from foreign countries ranging from Nigeria to India recently attended a seminar held by the British Council and Association of Colleges and hosted by Derby College Group (DCG).
20/03/2019: More than 40 policy makers from foreign countries ranging from Nigeria to India recently attended a seminar held by the British Council and Association of Colleges and hosted by Derby College Group (DCG).
20/03/2019: Independent figures released by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show wages have risen faster than prices for the 12th month in a row – the highest pace in more than a decade. In November to January, unemployment fell again to 1.34 million and, at 3.9%, is at its lowest level since 1975.  The number of people in work rose by 222,000 on the quarter to 32.71 million, the biggest increase since late 2015.

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