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Tracy Harrison from Safe & Sound
22/08/2023: The Chief Executive of Derbyshire's leading charity campaigning against and supporting people affected by child exploitation has issued a statement expressing concerns over a rise in the extent of online grooming.
21/08/2023: Erewash Borough Council’s new leadership has issued a pledge to prioritise helping local people through the cost-of-living crisis – while admitting that the squeeze means tough town hall decisions lie ahead.
Rebecca Barton
21/08/2023: A 32 year mum of one, whose family has been touched by breast cancer, has opened a new business in Castle Donington with the aim of boosting body positivity. 
Oscar Gregson
21/08/2023: An Army graduation parade has marked the completion of intensive training for Ilkeston soldier, Oscar Gregson.
Northern August 2023 Bank Holiday Weekend Travel Calendar
21/08/2023: Northern, which runs services through Ilkeston Railway Station, has advised its customers to avoid travelling on Saturday 26th August as the latest RMT strike takes place.
18/08/2023: Police officers from the Long Eaton Safer Neighbourhood Team have had a particularly busy week recently, apprehending several offenders who were outstanding.
Robin Hood statue outside Nottingham Castle - credit - Marketing Nottingham
18/08/2023: New data shows that tourism in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire enjoyed a record spend in 2022 as the value of the local visitor economy smashed through the £2 billion mark, demonstrating remarkable growth and resilience following the pandemic, despite a tough economic backdrop.
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17/08/2023: The NHS has launched a new drive to help school leavers explore the vast range of health careers on offer.
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17/08/2023: Tourism businesses in the Derbyshire can benefit from a new series of free webinars aimed at boosting the local cycling economy.
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17/08/2023: A momentous day arrived on Thursday 17th August 2023 as Derby College Group (DCG) students in Ilkeston and Morley and across other sites, came together to collect their highly anticipated A-Level and T-Level results. This year's cohort has shown exceptional dedication and worked extremely hard to achieve their results.