Your favourite local read, the Ilkeston Advertiser, is now on the news-stands and here’s a taster of what to expect in the February 27 edition.....
We bring you the heartbreaking story of a top Ilkeston Army Cadet, who was set for a glittering career in the armed forces, but has had his hopes dashed after being diagnosed with an eye condition.
The boss of a Stanton-by-Dale receycling firm where a fire started and burned for almost two months, has admitted in court to safety failings.
A teenage schoolboy from Kirk Hallam has been chosen to help perform the National Anthem at Tiwckenham ahead of England’s crucial Six Nations match against Wales.
The Erewash Borough Council proportion of the council tax is on the verge of being frozen again.
A series of memorial plaques, thought to have been stolen from graves, have been recovered in Ilkeston.
A warning has been issued by a charity that funding cuts will lead to more young people having to sleep rough.
While parents of pupils at Ilkeston Ormiston Enterprise Academy have been sent a letter about the suspension of several teachers amid an investigation.
We also have all the local sport and entertainment news — as well as properties and cars for sale.
Don’t miss your ‘Tiser, out every Thursday.