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Government confirm HS2 cannot buy Long Eaton land not linked to building of the line

Government confirm HS2 cannot buy Long Eaton land not linked to building of the line

The Government has ruled that HS2 cannot buy land beyond what is necessary to build the line - leaving some Long Eaton residents claiming they are receiving less help and support selling their homes, which would be close to the new railway. According to

13 min. ago in Regional East
 
Man arrested after alleged armed robbery at Quicksilver amusement arcade in Burton

Man arrested after alleged armed robbery at Quicksilver amusement arcade in Burton

A man has been arrested in connection with an alleged armed robbery in an amusement arcade. Police say the offender is believed to have walked in and threatened staff with a "bladed instrument" before making off with a large quantity of...

today, 15:53 in Regional East
 
Long Eaton cleaner who stole £30k rings from home where she worked sold them for £335

Long Eaton cleaner who stole £30k rings from home where she worked sold them for £335

A cleaner who stole rings worth £30,000 from a bedroom of a house where she worked went on to receive £335 for them at a "cash for gold" shop in Derbyshire. A court heard how Lesley Grainger, 55, of Crowcroft Way, Long Eaton, took the three...

today, 15:12 in Regional East
 
Caught in queues in London Road this morning? Here's why

Caught in queues in London Road this morning? Here's why

A three-car crash on a busy Derby road this morning could explain why you were delayed on your way to work this morning. The cars crashed at 7.24am on London Road near the Ascot Drive roundabout sending one vehicle spinning out into oncoming traffic. A b

today, 14:44 in Regional East
 
Why over-cooking roast potatoes, chips and toast could be dangerous for you

Why over-cooking roast potatoes, chips and toast could be dangerous for you

Over-cooking roast potatoes, chips and toast can cause cancer, the UK's top food watchdog has warned. If you love your food crispy, or even a bit burnt, you could be exposing your body to a cancer-causing chemical called acrylamide, says the Food Standar

today, 14:05 in Regional East
 
Pervert Anthony Bowmer jailed after flashing in A&E department at Royal Derby Hospital

Pervert Anthony Bowmer jailed after flashing in A&E department at Royal Derby Hospital

A man has been jailed for 36 weeks for an incident in the Accident and Emergency department at Royal Derby Hospital. Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court heard how Anthony Bowmer, 24, of Station Street, Burton, pleaded guilty to flashing on January 9 b

today, 13:20 in Regional East
 
Derby expert says 'hard Brexit' will mean more firms going bust

Derby expert says 'hard Brexit' will mean more firms going bust

A Derby insolvency expert has warned that a "hard Brexit" is likely to lead to a surge in companies going out of business. According to research by insolvency and restructuring trade body R3, almost three-quarters of its members believe the...

today, 12:54 in Regional East
 
Gang, including boy, 10, attack teens in Allestree

Gang, including boy, 10, attack teens in Allestree

A gang of youths - one as young as 10 - assaulted two friends and tried to rob them as they walked in Allestree. Police said today that the incident happened at around around 6.15pm on Thursday, January 19. Officers revealed that two 16-year-old boys wer

today, 12:22 in Regional East
 
​'Rolls-Royce seems to be loitering from one blunder to the next'

​'Rolls-Royce seems to be loitering from one blunder to the next'

After the week in which Rolls-Royce agreed to pay £671 million to avoid prosecution from the Serious Fraud Office over bribery and corruption claims, Saj Ahmad, chief analyst at StrategicAero Research, based across London and Dubai, writes for the Derby

today, 12:14 in Regional East
 
Here's what YOU said about CCTV car catching over 400 parents parked illegally outside schools

Here's what YOU said about CCTV car catching over 400 parents parked illegally outside schools

Derby Telegraph readers have rallied in support of a CCTV car which has caught more than 400 drivers parking illegally outside Derby schools. The fixed penalty notices have been issued over the past three years after the Derby City Council vehicle, which

today, 11:45 in Regional East
 
Extra trains put on for Derby County FA Cup clash with Leicester City

Extra trains put on for Derby County FA Cup clash with Leicester City

Derby train operator East Midlands Trains has said it will be laying on more trains to allow Leicester City fans to attend this weekend's FA Cup clash with Derby County. On Friday night, January 27, the Rams will take on the Foxes in an FA Cup fourth rou

today, 11:30 in Regional East
 
Delays on the M1 northbound between J28 and Tibshelf Services after crash

Delays on the M1 northbound between J28 and Tibshelf Services after crash

Drivers are being warned to expect delays on the M1 this morning after a crash involving at least one lorry and a car. Officers from Derbyshire police were called to the incident, on the northbound carriageway between Junction 28, for Alfreton, and Tibsh

today, 11:25 in Regional East
 
Woman still in serious condition after crash between van and car on M1 near J29

Woman still in serious condition after crash between van and car on M1 near J29

A woman remains in a serious condition after a crash on the M1 and police are still appealing for video footage of the incident as they investigate what happened. There were severe delays last Thursday following the collision between the car and van, whi

today, 11:25 in Regional East
 
Driving in fog - how to do it and when you should use your fog lights

Driving in fog - how to do it and when you should use your fog lights

Driving in winter weather can be tricky at the best of times, especially when visibility is reduced. Fog can change the way we drive significantly, even on routes we are very familiar with, as we are all more cautious. You might be tempted to reach for t

today, 09:40 in Regional East
 
Named and shamed: Who's been in Derbyshire's courts?

Named and shamed: Who's been in Derbyshire's courts?

The following people have been convicted at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court of the following offences: Diana Heck, 29, of Melville Court, Etwall, was handed a 12-month community order, with 100 hours of unpaid work, and was ordered to pay £100 cos

today, 09:12 in Regional East
 


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