Private Lives tours to Derby Theatre

A major new touring production of Noel Coward’s sparkling satire, Private Lives, is heading for Derbyshire.

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PICTURES: Official opening of new joint headquarters for Derbyshire Police and Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service

The official opening of the Joint Police and Fire Headquarters (HQ) and Joint Training Centre for Derbyshire Constabulary and Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service has taken place today (Friday).

Belper resident Dave Wells from the Amber Valley Green Party has had his bag for life for more than 30 years

Green Dave’s 30-year-old bag for life is a record-breaker

When it comes to Bags For Life, Belper resident Dave Wells must be in possession of a record-breaker.


Derby College student chefs in top contest’s semi-final

Culinary wizards from Derby College have made it through to the semi-finals of a national competition.

LETTER: Signalling at roundabout is infuriating

LETTER: Signalling at roundabout is infuriating

Has anyone observed this weird signal at roundabouts?

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Joana Burns

Mum of Derbyshire student Joana Burns who died after taking drugs collects degree certificate in moving ceremony

The mum of an Alfreton student who died after taking drugs to celebrate finishing her university exams collected her degree certificate in a moving ceremony.

PREMIER LEAGUE PREVIEW: United at Burnley, Swans host Liverpool while City look to bounceback

PREMIER LEAGUE PREVIEW: United at Burnley, Swans host Liverpool while City look to bounceback

Manchester City will look to get back to winning ways at home to Newcastle United while Liverpool travel to Swansea.


WEATHER ALERT: Met Office issues weekend snow and ice warnings for Derbyshire

Further weather warnings for snow and ice have been issued for Derbyshire this weekend by the Met Office.

Car filled with pig waste after crash with sewage outlet

Car filled with pig waste after crash with sewage outlet

After a car cut up a tractor it crashed into its sewage outlet - filling the car with pig waste through the driver’s door.

Sharon Whitford holding picture with her son Marc Maltby (white top) who was found dead in Nottingham prison.

Chesterfield mum says Nottingham prison – where her son died – was ‘uncontrollable’

The mum of a Chesterfield man who died at Nottingham prison says problems with drugs and violence there were ‘uncontrollable’.

Mark Swinhoe died on Sunday January 14.

Second man charged in connection with murder of Derbyshire man

Detectives investigating the murder of a Derbyshire man have charged a second man in connection with his death.

RESCUE ME: Can you give Buster the staffy cross a home?

RESCUE ME: Can you give Buster the staffy cross a home?

Buster Singing the Baby Blues…

A WHOPPER: The Big Big Camera will be at The National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield.

How Ian Beesley used one of the world’s biggest cameras to take intimate portraits of former miners

It was while rooting around a storage room that Ian Beesley stumbled across the inspiration for his latest project – a giant camera, 8ft long and 5ft high, one that takes four people to move and which was built to use film that isn’t made anymore.

A Met Office warning for snow and ice remains in force until 11.55pm tonight.

DERBYSHIRE SNOW: Latest road closures

Motorists are being warned to take care on the roads and pavements in Derbyshire this morning after overnight snow and ice.
Stoke City's Peter Crouch celebrates scoring the only goal against Hull.

RUMOUR MILL: Stoke striker Peter Crouch emerges as shock target for Chelsea

Here are the stories making today’s headlines (Friday 19th January).

Community speedwatch programme launches in Awsworth and cossal. John Hill,

Derbyshire speed camera locations

There will be mobile speed cameras on the following Derbyshire roads until January 31 -

Rise and Shine

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and more

Good morning and welcome to our live feed on Friday, January 19.

An exclusive collection of 25 horses to have caught the eye this Jumps season and likely to go on to big-race success. (PHOTO BY: Jonathan Gawthorpe)

COUNTDOWN TO CHELTENHAM: horses to follow from the Jumps season so far

Inexorably, inevitably, the Cheltenham Festival is swinging into view. The rest of the Jumps season, which now resembles one, long dress-rehearsal, one, long schooling session, has hit the home straight and the winning post of mid-March is on the horizon.

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Derbyshire County Councils Matlock HQ.

Derbyshire poised for £12m cuts, council tax rise and job losses

Derbyshire County Council is poised to make £12.3million of cuts over the next year.
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Dales could benefit from pension advice

Dales residents nearing retirement age could benefit from guidance in accessing their pensions if Government legislation is given the go-ahead.

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