This week’s Ripley and Heanor News is bursting with news, features and sport from your local area. Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside...
Emergency teams rushed to the scene of a chemical spill in Heanor involving 1,000 litres of liquid cyanide.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been out and about in Derbyshire with an important message for residents.
A Heanor bakery has encouraged local youngsters to get creative and design their own gingerbread man.
Reporter Lucy Ball goes behind the scenes at EMAS’s 999 control room to meet the call handlers who are the first point of contact for people in desperate need of help.
Readers have the chance to save 20 per cent on an annual pass at the Heights of Abraham, in Matlock Bath.
And of course there’s your usual helping of community news, letters, columns and more.
As well as all this, there’s your guide to what’s on when and where in our entertainment section GO! and all the latest sport headlines at the back end. So what are you waiting for? Go grab your copy now!