We are extending a successful food waste recycling scheme in the High Peak in partnership with High Peak Borough Council.
Great friendships were formed as Derbyshire students met pupils from Japan during their stay in the county.
Three cycle routes are set to be upgraded as part of a wider £1.7 million project to improve cycling and walking links between Ilkeston town centre and its railway station.
It’s National Adoption Week this month and we’re asking Derbyshire residents to consider if they could give a child a loving home.
Motorists are advised of potential delays at a busy Alfreton crossroads while we upgrade the traffic lights.
Safety improvements to a Derbyshire Dales road are being driven forward following confirmation of more than £1 million government cash.
We're gearing up for winter as the official gritting season starts.
Potential foster carers are invited to find out how they could change a child’s life by dropping into an information evening at Alfreton Leisure Centre next week.
Our Cabinet Member for Young People Councillor Alex Dale officially opened a new state-of-the-art school
More than 10,000 people visited the Derbyshire Skills Festival – the largest careers event in the county.
Eleven new life-size steel figures have been unveiled as part of a memorial to miners who lost their lives at Markham Colliery.
A Derbyshire caterer and entertainer who let down newly married couples by failing to provide services has been fined £1,200 and ordered to compensate victims after admitting 4 charges of unfair trading.
People from near and far flocked to our 18th annual Woodland Festival at the weekend in the grounds of Elvaston Castle Country Park.
We’re putting the call out to residents to get behind Recycle Week and keep up the momentum in driving down the county’s waste.
Local community groups are being urged to apply for one of our £500 Action Grants to support their activities as the deadline for current applications approaches this week.
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