Our Leader, Councillor Barry Lewis, has welcomed the Government’s announcement of funding for farmers affected by flooding.
Derbyshire is one of 10 areas set to receive NHS funding to help support people bereaved by suicide.
The cost of fixing the damage to roads in Derbyshire caused by recent flooding is estimated to be more than £20 million.
A bus route serving Shipley View, Ilkeston, Breadsall and Derby has been saved by the council after the commercial operator said it would no longer provide the service.
A brother and sister have both received suspended prison sentences for failing to protect animals from pain and suffering and not following strict regulations on disposing of dead livestock at their Derbyshire farm.
A pioneering project funded by the Museums Association will see new homes being found for up to 2,300 pieces of art and other objects of historical and archaeological interest.
A three year project to support businesses looking to move to Derbyshire has helped more than 40 firms bringing more than 100 new jobs to the county.
Enterprising groups across Derbyshire are showing that a little can go a long way following their successful applications to our Action Grants scheme to help with their activities.
Residents can sign up to learn something new in the new year as applications open for our new term of adult education courses next week (Monday 9 December 2019).
Pupils at 2 Derbyshire schools have once again been recognised for their work at a prestigious annual regional travel awards scheme.
We are driving forward a project to introduce a climate-friendly car initiative.
Every year Derbyshire residents are invited to give feedback about their local household waste recycling centre.
Residents can check how safe they are online as a new tool is launched to help reduce cybercrime.
The flooding clear-up operation continues across the county with our road workers and contractors out mending the damage caused by a month’s worth of rain falling in 2 days.
Our proposals to set a target to become carbon neutral by 2032 were given the go-ahead by our Cabinet members today (Thursday 21 November 2019).
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