Residents are being urged to have their say about significant changes to our early help service.
Students from Japan experienced the Heights of Abraham and got a taste of the county’s football as celebrations kicked off for Derbyshire’s 20th twinning anniversary with Toyota City.
We've temporarily closed the Millennium Walkway on safety grounds.
We're joining the NHS, local charities and organisations in supporting World Suicide Prevention Day which is on 10 September 2018.
We’re supporting a national campaign aimed at getting people heart health aware.
A new display at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery will commemorate the victims of a massacre in Derbyshire 2,600 years ago.
The A38 Staker roundabout near Findern is to be resurfaced by us.
More than 7,000 people have had their say on our proposals to change the way its libraries are run.
Derbyshire residents are being offered the opportunity to put questions to the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Hardyal Dhindsa.
Students in Derbyshire have done themselves and the county proud by doing well in their GCSEs.
Paintings by a soldier who died in World War 1 are to be exhibited for the first time at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery.
People on the hunt for a new job or looking to change career can apply for 25 health and social care apprenticeships.
We're inviting parents and carers to take advantage of expert advice and get their child car seats checked for free.
A level students in Derbyshire schools have continued to do their county proud by maintaining good grades.
A planning application to explore underground shale gas reserves near the village of Marsh Lane has been given the green light by a planning inspector following a public inquiry.
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