Police investigating the rape and attempted murder of a woman have found the attacker's DNA and can exclude people from their enquiries.Read the full story ›
The woman was attacked and raped in a residential area of Ilkeston in Derbyshire.Read the full story ›
Officers said an offender tried to strangle the victim in the early hours of Sunday November 26 in Queens Avenue, Ilkeston.Read the full story ›
Officers have been patrolling the streets of Ilkeston in Derbyshire after reports a woman was raped in the town last weekend.
Officers say the incident happened in the early hours of last Sunday on Queens Avenue.
They are appealing for information and urging any witnesses to come forward.
Police are looking for a man described as white, 5ft 7-9ins tall, between 35-45 years-old, of a slim build.
A couple who thought they would never be able to have children because of fertility problems are now getting used to life with triplets.Read the full story ›
For more than 50 years, Ilkeston in Derbyshire has been one of the largest towns in England without a railway station.Read the full story ›
Officers were called just before 6pm last night by a 46-year-old man who said he had been assaulted.Read the full story ›
A jogger kicked an eight-year-old boy in the face as he walked the family dogs with his mother.
It happened on Friday, October 7, at around 5pm, the boy and his mother were walking in the Gallows Inn playing fields, Nottingham Road, Ilkeston. They had their two dachshunds with them.
As a man jogged past, one of the dogs ran near to him and the jogger swore and continued running.
Minutes later, the man jogged toward the family again and kicked one of the dogs. The boy went to see if the dog was injured and the man pushed him to the floor and kicked him in the mouth, causing minor injuries. The dog was uninjured.
The jogger is described as Asian, in his mid-30s and of athletic build. He wore a black hat, black shorts and a black top.
Remembrance Sunday services are being held across the Midlands, as people gather to pay their silent respects to the country's war dead.Read the full story ›
A Nottingham artist has created an unusual portrait of the Queen by weaving together names taken from a war memorial in Ilkeston in Derbyshire.
Each individual name was machine woven onto tape and assembled into a portrait using just dressmaker pins.
Joy Pitts' portrait was inspired by the Queen's festive message last year, which recalled the Christmas Truce of 1914.
The portrait is designed to pay tribute both to World War One servicemen and to the Queen’s sixty-three year reign and dedication to the armed forces.