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Derby student Jennifer Mogford spared jail after blaming car crash on friend's disabled dad

Derby student Jennifer Mogford spared jail after blaming car crash on friend's disabled dad

A University of Derby student has admitted perverting the course of justice by blaming a car crash on her friend's disabled dad. Jennifer Mogford was giving her friend, Vicky Szemruk, a driving lesson in her BMW when Ms Szemruk smashed into a parked car

Derby Telegraph, 20 min. ago
 

Murder investigation launched after man is found in Leicester car park

A murder investigation has been launched following the death of a man in Leicester. Emergency services were called to a car park in Canonsleigh Road, off Halifax Drive, Stocking Farm, just after 6.20am this morning where a man was found with life-threate

Leicester Mercury, 29 min. ago
 
Thieves climb through roof to steal safe from pub - while band played downstairs

Thieves climb through roof to steal safe from pub - while band played downstairs

Landlords at a popular community pub in Nottinghamshire have been left 'gutted' after thieves broke in through the roof and stole a safe. The theft happened between 10pm and 11pm on Saturday night at the Admiral Rodney pub in Main Street, Calverton, whil

Nottingham Post, 36 min. ago
 
This is the SMALLEST detached house in Britain and it's in Derbyshire

This is the SMALLEST detached house in Britain and it's in Derbyshire

Derbyshire is home to a property once listed as the smallest detached house in Britain - Thimble Hall in Youlgreave. It dates back to 1756 and measures just 11ft 10in x 10 ft 3in and stands 12 ft 2in high. Stretch out your arms and you practically touch

Derby Telegraph, 46 min. ago
 

Horrifying screams heard from a woman trapped between two cars

A Lincoln resident heard screams from a woman believed to have been involved in a car accident. Emergency services rushed to Browning Drive in Lincoln soon after the screams were heard. A fire engine was first on the scene, followed by an ambulance and t

Lincolnshire Echo, today, 20:26
 

15 things you would only know if you use the M1 motorway

It is the main route through Derbyshire and love it or hate it – if you want to head north or south you have to use the M1 But from this week the motorway will have reduced speed limits and lane closures until NEXT YEAR as part of a scheme to add a fourt

Derby Telegraph, today, 20:13
 

17 school trips which 80s, 90s and 00s Derby kids will remember

If there's one thing we all remember from our school days, it was going on school trips! And, when it comes to growing up in Derby, it's fair to say there were a handful of places which local schools liked to choose when deciding where to take pupils for

Derby Telegraph, today, 19:42
 
BBC's Line of Duty is back: What you need to know about the hit show

BBC's Line of Duty is back: What you need to know about the hit show

BBC have had a knack of producing some great dramas in recent years - and Nottingham actress Vicky McClure has been in the thick of the brilliant telly. Eariler this year, the corporation released a trailer teasing the dramas viewers can expect this year

Nottingham Post, today, 19:08
 

Top ten authorities for giving flytippers fixed penalties revealed

Flytippers who blight our neighbourhoods are escaping punishment across the country, figures out today show. Some of our biggest cities are failing to use new laws to impose on-the-spot fines of up to £400. Not a single offender was handed one in Sunderl

Leicester Mercury, today, 19:06
 

Streets of Leicester Video Gallery

Not many visitors to Leicester's city centre will have missed the iconic Town Hall building, complete with its Venetian winged lion fountain in the square, but how about the area surrounding it ?Horsefair Street, Belvoir Street, Pocklingtons Walk and Bow

Leicester Mercury, today, 19:06
 

Final day for Mad Hatters tea room, at Alvaston Park - but it will be back

A popular cafe at a city park said goodbye to its customers on Sunday afternoon as it prepared to close its doors for the final time at its current location. Mad Hatters Tea Room at Alvaston Park announced its closure earlier this year after the council

Derby Telegraph, today, 18:56
 

Pop star Ed Sheeran poses for photo with a fan in Northampton

Sports fans got a surprise yesterday as singer Ed Sheeran popped to Northampton to support his girlfriend, Cherry Seaborn who was playing in a local hockey match. Following the game at Northampton Hockey Club (The Saints) in Pitsford Road, Moulton, he we

 

Today marks two years since the burial of King Richard III

Today marks two years since King Richard III was reinterred in a £2.5 million ceremony at Leicester Cathedral. Arguably the biggest event in Leicester's history, thousands of people from the UK and across the globe – including the United States, New Zeal

Leicester Mercury, today, 18:44
 

Officers close Northamptonshire road in both directions following serious collision

Motorists have been advised to plan ahead and allow plenty of time for extra journeys this afternoon following a serious incident on a Northamptonshire road. The A5 is closed in both directions between the A43 in Towcester and the A45 in Weedon following

Daventry Express, today, 18:35
 

RECENT NOSTALGIA: Enterprising Grammar students’ business success

Six enterprising pupils from Boston Grammar School were having real success with a new business venture in March 2007. Flashpoint Photography began trading the previous October after the Lower Sixth Form students were inspired by the Lincolnshire Young E

Boston Standard, today, 18:32
 


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