Two people have been released on bail following a fire at a flat in Long Eaton which killed a 51-year-old man.
Officers were called to reports of the fire, in Lynden Avenue, in which someone was trapped at 5.40am on Saturday, June 22.
Police, the fire and rescue service and the ambulance service all attended and a 51-year-old man was taken to hospital with burn injuries. He later died in hospital and has not yet been named by police.
A 54-year-old woman and a 51-year-old man were arrested in connection with the incident, on Saturday afternoon and remained in police custody until Tuesday, June 25.
A murder investigation was launched following the fire, but police are “keeping an open mind” over the circumstances.
DI Steve Shaw, of Derbyshire Constabulary, who is leading the investigation, said: “Although we initially launched a murder investigation, in relation to the case, we always keep an open mind as to the circumstances surrounding such incidents.
“Our detectives will continu..
Next this week revealed the date of their latest sale and it's only round the corner.
The retailer is hugely popular with bargain hunters and the summer sale is set to be yet another scorcher.
The ex-employee is giving us the inside scoop on what to REALLY expect from the day of huge savings.
The Next sale , is one of the most popular across high-street stores, with shoppers known to camp outside larger Next stores during the early hours of the morning in order to make sure they can get first dibs on any sale items.
There is always a huge rush to get the best of the deals first- so get there quick if you don't fancy missing out.
The Liverpool Echo have spoken to a former employee for advice and top tips on how to grab the best deal for the sale which is expected to attract thousands.
When is the Next summer sale? For 2019 the Next summer sale is expected to start in store on Saturday, July 6 .
The store usually opens at 5am on the first day of the sale.
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The creation of a ten-pin bowling alley inside Nottingham's intu Broadmarsh Centre has taken a step forward as a premises license application was issued for the project.
Hollywood Bowl will become one of the centre's main attractions when work on its £89 million redevelopment is completed in 2021.
According to the application for a license, submitted by the Original Bowling Company Limited, the alley would open from 9am-1.30am every day, will sell alcohol from 11am-1am and will also provide “regulated entertainment”.
The licensing application sent to Nottingham City Council has come as work continues on the Broadmarsh, which will eventually include glass frontages and a Light Cinema. It will also include a mix of restaurants and high street and independent retailers.
A busy walkway through the centre has now also closed overnight while the huge redevelopment takes place. It will not re-open until 2021.
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Nottingham's afternoon tea lovers can expect a show-stopper as the quintessential British tradition is given a makeover by Great British Bake Off winner Candice Brown.
The 2016 champion has designed a sumptuous spread of savoury and sweet treats for Afternoon Par-Tea, starting this Saturday, June 29, at the Village Hotel Club in Chilwell.
The menu begins with mini brioches filled with creamy egg mayonnaise and spinach, a roasted sweet potato, chorizo and red pepper tart and prawn Marie rose with avocado served on crackers.
Next comes a selection of show-stopper desserts, highlighting Candice’s winning creativity and flair in the kitchen.
Great British Bake Off winner Candice Brown These include a mini Cornflake tart with lemon curd, chocolate and orange scones with jam and cream and rhubarb and custard profiteroles.
The Afternoon Par-Tea, with tea and coffee, costs £17.50 per person and can be turned up a notch by upgrading to a G&T, Pornstar Martini or Aperol spritz for £..
A man has been arrested after an 89-year-old woman was burgled in West Bridgford.
The incident happened in Adbolton Lane between about 10.10am and 10.35am on Monday, June 24.
Officers said three men forced their way in and took a quantity of cash and jewellery before leaving.
It's believed the offenders may have left the scene in a white car.
Police arrested a 31-year-old man on Tuesday, June 25, on suspicion of burglary. He remains in police custody.
Detective Sergeant Luke Todd, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “Thankfully, the elderly victim wasn't injured during this frightening incident but she has been left very shaken by what happened.
“Our enquiries are ongoing and we're appealing for anyone who saw what happened or saw anything suspicious around the time of the incident to call us.
“We’d particularly like to hear from anyone who may have seen these men running away from the scene, and any drivers who may have recorded dash-cam footage of the incident.”
Every Nick Cave tour is different. The last time he played Nottingham, less than two years ago, he took his most delicate record – the fragile, grief-stricken Skeleton Tree, released after the death of his 15-year-old son Arthur – into the cavernous Motorpoint Arena. From what could have been the strangest mismatch of album and venue imaginable, he and unstoppable backing band the Bad Seeds produced a cathartic masterpiece. At the time I wrote: “It was one of the greatest arena shows I've ever seen. The hysteria of the encores will stay with me forever.” I stand by every word.
This show was the complete opposite, not just because of the smaller venue. Inspired by The Red Hand Files – a website on which fans ask him questions – this was one man and his piano, playing his songs and answering any question anyone wanted to ask. “I am acting on an intuition that something of value can be gained from an open and honest dialogue with my audience,” he said on a card handed out in the foy..
One third of parents have broken the law by transporting someone else’s son or daughter without a child seat, it has emerged.
A study of 1,000 UK parents, of children aged 12 or under, revealed an alarming proportion of UK children who could have found themselves at risk of death or serious injury.
One in 10 parents have had four or more children sat across one row of seats in the car while one in five let their child sit on a cushion rather than a booster seat.
And 33 per cent said they had transported someone else's child without a child seat.
The survey was carried out by OnePoll for the car manufacturer SEAT to highlight the risks posed by youngsters not being strapped in correctly.
Under the current law, children aged up to 12 years old or 135cm tall are, with a few exceptions, legally obliged to use a child seat when travelling in a car. Drivers currently face a fine of up to £500 and three penalty points for using the wrong restraint.
The incorrect use – or lack of us..
A Lancaster bomber is set to spread its wings this summer as part of a classic vehicle show.
The rare Second World War aircraft is one of only two of its kind that are still airworthy after most were scrapped after the war.
More than 7,000 Thumpers, as it was nicknamed, were built during the Second World War, some of which were used in Europe between 1942 and 1945.
The historic plane will take to the skies in Ilkeston above the the town's Heritage and Classic Vehicle Show.
Lancaster bombers were used during the Second World War. The show will take place on Sunday, August 11 between 10am and 4pm, Derbyshire Live reports.
Ian Viles, chief executive of Erewash Partnership, said: “We are thrilled and honoured at the prospect of the historic Lancaster flying over the show.
“It will be an added attraction for what is a bumper family event.”
Spectators will be able to see the plane during the Heritage and Classic Vehicle Show in Ilkeston Town Centre, though organisers say an exact..
Police are looking to speak to this man in connection with the Co-op armed robbery and the theft of a van.
A man threatened staff in the Breaston Co-op on Sunday June 9, demanding money and cigarettes.
He then fled in a silver Renault Daily van which had been stolen from a house in Long Eaton, travelling along Blind Lane towards Stevens Lane.
Police were then called out to a vehicle fire in nearby Sandiacre at 4am the following day, which officers believe was the same van used in the robbery.
Breaston Co-op Detectives wish to speak with the man in the image or anyone who recognises him, DerbyshireLive reports.
DC Tim Phillips, who is investigating the incident, said: “While we know the image is not of the best quality it does show the man’s clothing and height.
“He was wearing a distinctive blue and black North Face coat.
“We also still want to speak to anyone who was in the area at the time of the initial incident and may have any dashcam footage that shows the man.”
The Libertines will return to Nottingham as part of a nine-date Christmas jaunt across the UK.
Peter Doherty, Carl Barât, John Hassall and Gary Powell will be bringing festive cheer to Rock City on December 12.
Tickets will go on sale on Friday, June 28.
As well as the UK dates, the band play France, Germany, Luxembourg, Brussels and The Netherlands in October and November.
The band is currently working on a fourth album, the follow-up to 2015's Anthems For Doomed Youth, which reached No. 3 in the UK and spawned the hits Gunga Din, Heart Of The Matter and You’re My Waterloo.
It's been 17 years since their first single, What A Waster.
They are also to open a bar in Margate called The Waste Land, as well as a recording studio, The Albion Rooms.
Doherty recently released a new album Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres and toured the UK and Europe. Barât, meanwhile, played a sold-out tour of the far East.
Tickets will be available from 9am through Seetickets.
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