Erewash News

23/05/2018: Officials from Derbyshire Police have released an image of three men wanted for questioning regarding a robbery in Long Eaton.
22/05/2018: Erewash MP Maggie Throup is urging all interested parties to contribute to the Government’s new consultation on a Property Price Support Scheme (PPSS) for homes affected by HS2.
22/05/2018: During a recent session of questions to the Prime Minister, Erewash MP Maggie Throup highlighted a story first published in a local newspaper which uncovered the fact that Labour’s Police and Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire is to spend over £90,000 of taxpayer’s money on recruiting two additional member of staff for his private office.
22/05/2018: Derby College has become the first further education college in the East Midlands to be officially recognised by Autism East Midlands for its work to support students with Autism.
20/05/2018: An employee of a Sandiacre firm has written to Erewash Sound to detail the touching and emotive story about a family pet's battle with cancer to share the story with a wider audience.
20/05/2018: A crew from Ilkeston Fire Station was called upon to assist others from around the area in tackling a house fire in the Derby suburb of Oakwood.
18/05/2018: An officer from the Long Eaton Safer Neighbourhood Team is asking for help in tracing a dog walker caught on CCTV.
18/05/2018: A Treetops Hospice worker has provided an update as she walks along The Great Wall of China until 20th May.
18/05/2018: A man has taken to Facebook to appeal for help after CCTV captured a man committing theft from the back of a white van parked backwards on a drive off a main road.
17/05/2018: Revisions to the way vans are taxed are being given a cautious welcome by East Midlands Chamber, but with a caveat that Government must not use any change to introduce higher business costs by stealth.