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RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and fun quizzes

Welcome to our live feed on Friday, April 28. Keep refreshing this page for all the latest news across the East Midlands.

today, 12:15 in Regional East
 

All you need to know about the latest craze to sweep schools - and offices

It’s the latest craze that’s sweeping playgrounds and offices alike - so here’s all you need to know about fidget spinners and where to find them. Coming in a variety of shapes and colours, the fidget spinners are the most popular of a range of ‘kidult’

today, 11:14 in Regional East
 

Two children in every Derbyshire classroom suffer abuse

Thousands of Derbyshire children are set to be reached by a new campaign urging them to speak out. The campaign comes after it was revealed two children in every classroom suffer abuse. Supermarket chain Lidl has joined forces with the NSPCC children’s c

yesterday, 17:15 in Regional East
 

Derbyshire pharmacy May bank holiday opening times

Need to nip to the pharmacy this weekend? Below are the opening times for pharmacies in Derbyshire...

yesterday, 14:38 in Regional East
 

Police charge two men in operation to target crime in rural areas

Two men have been charged with seven offences, including theft and disqualified driving, as Operation Landfield targets crime in the rural communities. At around 3.45pm on Thursday, April 20, two men attempted to break into a van that was parked on Jacks

yesterday, 12:35 in Regional East
 

Pervert jailed after sexual assaults

A pervert has been jailed for 52 months after he sexually assaulted a teenager over a three-year period. Derby Crown Court recently heard how Grenville Gascoyne, 64, of Old Hall Road, Chesterfield, put his hand up the girl’s skirt during the first offenc

yesterday, 07:59 in Regional East
 

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE: Ten awesome things to do in Derbyshire this May Bank Holiday weekend

Looking for a way to entertain the family this May Bank Holiday weekend? Here are a few ideas for you... 1. The Great British Food Festival, Hardwick Hall From Saturday to Monday there will be more than 100 different traders will set up stall at this eve

yesterday, 07:59 in Regional East
 

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and fun quizzes

Welcome to our live feed on Thursday, April 27. Keep refreshing this page for all the latest news across the East Midlands.

yesterday, 07:59 in Regional East
 

Fairplay’s vital help for children with disabilities

Children are lying on soft mattresses lulled by music while they watch colourful bubbles dancing in tubes. Some are unable to express verbally how lovely it is to be cocooned in this comforting environment, others are unable to walk unaided to the wigwam

yesterday, 07:59 in Regional East
 

COLUMN: Time to vote once again, by Roy Bainton

Brexit and the shock of Donald Trump becoming President are the result of populism, described by the Encyclopædia Britannica as ‘a political movement that champions the common person.’ The victory of the UKIP-led campaign for Brexit convinced millions th

Wednesday, 15:43 in Regional East
 

Community unites to restore gardens

Members of Bakewell branch of the Royal British Legion (RBL) are pictured with volunteers during a day of action to bring Bath Street Remembrance Garden back into use. Bakewell RBL decided to spruce the garden up as many people felt it had been forgotten

Wednesday, 15:27 in Regional East
 

Update: Police are investigating after money stolen from post office

Police are at the scene of an incident at Crich Post Office. Officers were called to an incident at Crich Post Office, Market Place, at about 12.30pm today (Wednesday, March 26) Two men are believed to have entered the shop and money has been stolen. The

Wednesday, 15:16 in Regional East
 

Police arrest teenager after park vandalism spree

Officers in the Long Eaton Safer Neighbourhood Team are continuing their additional patrols in West Park in the town after the arrest of an 18 year-old last Friday evening (April 21). The extra patrols are due to a spate of damage on the park over the la

Wednesday, 14:38 in Regional East
 

LETTER: Walks to explore heritage

Following the letter last week from Dr Mike Knapton of the British Heart Foundation imploring people to keep active I thought your readers might be interested in the walks led by the Peak District Mines Historical Society. These free walks explore the De

Wednesday, 14:07 in Regional East
 

Celebration marks anniversary of Peak District trespass

The right to walk freely over mountain and moorland has been celebrated at a packed Peak District event. The Spirit of Kinder event, held in Edale Village Hall, celebrated 85 years since the famous Kinder Mass Trespass when hundreds of ramblers took to t

Wednesday, 11:56 in Regional East
 
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