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We are advising motorists of a closure on a section of road between Cromford and Lea Bridge following a landslip earlier this week.
Proposals to implement a key cycle network throughout Derbyshire have been approved by our cabinet members.
Proposals to consult on the closure of seven homes for older people which need significant improvement due to the deteriorating state of the buildings and the need as a priority to ensure the safety of residents are to be discussed.
Motorists in Derbyshire are the ‘poor relation’ to urban areas according to a new analysis revealed this week by the County Council Network (CCN).
Children and young people are set to be asked for their views on the best way for us to involve and consult with them on decisions we make.
Two Derbyshire pensioners who were separately scammed out of a combined total of £52,500 savings have praised our Trading Standards officers after they helped them to get their money back.
We’re set to consider proposals to start a consultation with a view to addressing parents’ concerns about the high demand for places at the secondary school they would like their children to go to are to.
Local voluntary and community sector groups in Derbyshire are to be asked to help shape their future funding arrangements.
January is a time for making resolutions, whether it’s to get healthier, wealthier or just happier. But how many of us stick to them?
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.
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