Cabinet members at Derbyshire County Council and Derby City Council are putting added pressure on their contractors and considering all options to get a waste treatment centre in Sinfin up-and-running.
Would-be drivers are being encouraged to sign up to our pre-driver training days before they take to the county’s roads.
Parents across the county are due to hear about their child’s secondary school place this week.
Ancient jewellery, coins and other historic treasures from rediscovered hoards are set to go on display at Buxton Museum and Art Gallery.
Communities are being urged to join forces with us to wage war on litterbugs and give the county a big spring clean.
Buxton International Festival is bringing opera to village halls and community centres across the Peak and the Derbyshire Dales in March 2019.
Residents are being asked to consider if they could give a loving home to a child in the care of Derbyshire County Council.
We're looking for volunteers to help keep people safe and services moving
Major changes to the way Derbyshire County Council manages and maintains its property and land are to be considered at a meeting next week.
There’s still time for people to have their say on proposals to change the way people with learning disabilities and autism are supported to lead fulfilling lives.
Plans by Derbyshire County Council for a new footbridge to improve pedestrian safety at the side of a busy Ashbourne road move a step closer.
Schools across the county are being urged by Derbyshire County Council to apply to receive a free Sakura Cherry Tree to celebrate the friendship between Japan and the UK.
Grants to voluntary and community groups are set to be extended for another year and extra cash set aside by Derbyshire County Council to support rural transport services affected by NHS cuts.
Residents are being invited by Derbyshire County Council to have their say on plans for a new A50 junction and link road in south Derbyshire, paving the way to thousands of new jobs and homes.
A Derbyshire farmer has been fined £9,000 after admitting offences including leaving dead sheep, lambs and calves to rot on farmland for months.
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