We're on standby now the official gritting season has started.
A new £4.5 million primary school has been officially opened in Derbyshire – the second within a week – helping to give local children the best start in life.
We're appealing for volunteers to help with tree planting around a new flood reduction scheme in the High Peak.
Small and medium size businesses across the county could have their apprentice training costs paid for by Derbyshire County Council.
Parents of year 6 pupils living in Derbyshire have just a few days left to apply to us for their child’s secondary school place for September 2020.
Work on Sinfin Waste Treatment Centre is continuing as the plant gets set for a deep clean.
A new £4m primary school has been officially opened in Derbyshire helping to give local children the best start in life.
Passengers and airport workers wanting to travel between South Derbyshire and East Midlands Airport are set to benefit from extra services from next week.
A Tiny Tots group is thriving in Cotmanhay with support from one of our Action Grants.
Residents across Derbyshire are being encouraged to have their say on council services and finances as part of a wide-ranging new survey launched today (Monday 21 October).
Five writers are being sought to write poems or short stories to celebrate one of five Derbyshire arts festivals.
A brother and sister have admitted failing to protect animals from pain and suffering and not following strict regulations on disposing of dead livestock at their Derbyshire farm.
Primary school children in Derbyshire are invited to enter our Christmas card competition.
Keeping brothers and sisters together and finding family homes for older children will be the focus for Adoption East Midlands during National Adoption Week.
We’re set to receive £137,000 of funding from NHS England for extra suicide prevention work in Derbyshire.
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