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15 treats you can get for free on your birthday

Your birthday is all about you so we have rounded up the best deals on the high street which offer treats on your special day. So whether you are craving cake or looking for a free eyebrow wax we have sussed out the best deals.

37 min. ago in Regional East

Reveller caught in nightclub with knife sticking out of trousers

A reveller has narrowly been spared from being put behind bars after he was caught with a wooden-handled knife in a nightclub. Teenager Owen Beastall was spotted by the DJ at The Groove nightclub, on Church Walk, Chesterfield, with a knife sticking out o

37 min. ago in Regional East

NHS comments after Derbyshire doctor takes her own life

The NHS insists lessons have been learned after a Derbyshire GP took her own life. As previously reported, Dr Wendy Potts was suspended from work and under investigation after she wrote a blog about her battle with bipolar disorder. One of Dr Potts' pati

today, 10:03 in Regional East

RISE AND SHINE: Latest weather, travel and news updates

Good morning! It’s Thursday, June 29 and the weekend is nearly here.

today, 10:03 in Regional East

Lucky escape for M1 driver after metal object comes through windscreen

A driver had a lucky escape today on the M1 today after a metal object came through her windscreen. The object - a brass joint - flew up from the southbound carriageway as the woman was approaching Tibshelf. The impact of the joint was so great that it a

today, 07:06 in Regional East

THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE: 10 awesome things to do in Derbyshire

The weekend has nearly landed - and what better way to kick off the fun than by checking out our indispensable guide to the best things to do across Derbyshire. We’ve scoured the theatres, gig venues and event listings to produce our top ten below. Howev

yesterday, 21:33 in Regional East

VIDEO: Sir Vince Cable urges firms to back £1m Weston Park Cancer Charity 2020 For Business Appeal

Sir Vince Cable took time out of his campaign to become the next Liberal Democrat leader to urge business leaders to back a £1 million appeal boosting world leading cancer services in Sheffield. He was the latest high profile guest speaker at an event to

yesterday, 21:33 in Regional East

SNEAK PEEK: What’s inside this week’s Ilkeston Advertiser?

We’ve got another jam-packed edition of the Ilkeston Advertiser. Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside...

yesterday, 15:17 in Regional East

Faecal bacteria found in ice at Costa, Starbucks and Caffè Nero

Faecal bacteria was found in ice at three major high street coffee chains, according to a BBC investigation. Samples from drinks at Costa, Starbucks, and Caffè Nero were reportedly found to be contaminated in lab tests carried out by BBC One’s consumer s

yesterday, 12:17 in Regional East

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel news, weather and fun features

Good morning! Welcome to our live Rise and Shine feed which will run until around 10am. Please keep refreshing this page for the latest travel news, today’s weather forecast and lots of fun features to help ease you into your day...

yesterday, 10:57 in Regional East

Menace still faces possible town ban

A nuisance neighbour who has spent 28 weeks locked up on remand has had his case further adjourned before hearing if he will be banned from his home town. Derby Crown Court heard on Monday, June 26, how Mohammed Dar, 55, of Ley Gardens, Alfreton, has adm

yesterday, 08:13 in Regional East

Research reveals British Folklore could be in danger of dying out within a generation

Imagine a day when Robin Hood becomes Robin Who. According to recent research that day could be fast approaching as a survey by Center Parcs found out that tales that form the backbone of British culture and heritage might never be heard again. The resea

yesterday, 08:13 in Regional East

Ilkeston men jailed for building society armed robbery

Two Ilkeston men who robbed a building society at gunpoint have been jailed for almost 20 years. Christopher Dennis and Marlon Watson made off with nearly £5,000 after carrying out the robbery at The Nottingham Building Society in Shepshed, Leicestershir

yesterday, 08:02 in Regional East

The ATM at 50: how a hole in the wall changed the world

Next time you withdraw money from a hole in the wall, consider singing a rendition of happy birthday. For on June 27, the Automated Teller Machine (or ATM) celebrates its half century. Fifty years ago, the first cash machine was put to work at the Enfiel

Tuesday, 21:52 in Regional East

Sainsbury’s recalls sandwich fillers in food bug scare

Sainsbury’s has removed 13 of its own-brand sandwich fillers from its shelves following the discovery of food bug listeria in them. The items from the supermarket’s Deli Fillers range were withdrawn after listeria monocytogenes was found in some of the p

Tuesday, 15:41 in Regional East

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