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The new library in Belper will open its doors for the first time next week.
Derbyshire’s Director of Public Health is calling on residents in the High Peak to stay alert after a slight increase in cases of Covid 19.
Thousands of students across the county are preparing to receive their A level and GCSE results.
Residents will be able to visit our household waste recycling centres any day of the week from today.
We've approved funding totalling £312,000 to help local residents be more active.
The huge community effort shown in Whaley Bridge and surrounding areas as the town’s dam threatened to fail is being remembered a year on.
A new future beckons for several key council services as they are set to be transferred to joint venture companies.
We are dealing with up to £10 million per month in extra costs and lost income due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Young people who have been in our care are to be helped with their council tax until they are aged 25, even if they no longer live in the county.
Twenty-five Derbyshire primary schools are set to benefit from over £3 million worth of funding for repair and maintenance works.
More of our libraries are set to re-open in August and customers will shortly be able to browse the shelves again at certain sites.
Our trading standards officers are warning people about online adverts for free samples that can contain hidden fees or subscriptions.
More than 450 businesses and households affected by the November 2019 and February 2020 floods are able to get help to pay for flood mitigation measures.
We could give extra funding to local voluntary and community sector groups following the coronavirus pandemic.
We're setting aside a fund of up to £15 million to help support Derbyshire’s communities and businesses to recover from the effects of coronavirus.
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