A new free phone line has been launched to give people living in Derby and Derbyshire impartial advice on how to stay warm at home and cut their energy bills.
Three company directors found guilty of fraud connected to their vacuum cleaner servicing and repair businesses have been sentenced to a total of 51 months in prison and disqualified from being company directors following a successful prosecution by Derbyshire County Council’s trading standards.
Around 56,000 homes and businesses in Derbyshire are missing out on better, faster broadband. Is yours one of them?
We’ve updated and relaunched a website which helps families of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities find all the information they need in one place.
Derbyshire County Council Leader Barry Lewis got stuck into litter picking at Grassmoor Country Park at the weekend as part of a campaign we're backing.
Residents are being invited to sign up to learn something new this summer with our Adult Community Education Service.
Motorists are being encouraged to take advantage of expert road safety advice and get their child car seats checked free-of-charge.
Pensioners in Derbyshire who have partners of working age are being urged to contact our welfare rights service for advice about recent rule changes to their benefits
Older motorists in Derbyshire are being invited to take advantage of training sessions aimed at keeping them safer for longer behind the wheel.
More than 40 schools across the county are set to benefit from a £1.6m Derbyshire County Council funding boost bringing the total to almost 100 since the start of the year to benefit from its building improvement programme.
Potential foster carers are invited to find out how they could change a child’s life by dropping into an information evening in Chesterfield or Matlock next week.
Councillors and senior officers from Derbyshire County Council have called on Parliament to give ‘A Fair Share for Derbyshire’ as Government considers the responses to its fair funding review.
Our countryside site, Aston on Trent Brickyard Plantation, is set to be declared a local nature reserve.
Nine community arts groups are to benefit from our grants totalling almost £140,000.
Council leaders across Derbyshire have joined together to pledge their on-going support for the country’s armed forces community.
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