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Derbyshire fire service sounds autumnal sun warning

Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service is urging motorists to be careful when driving in the autumnal sun.

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Aldi launches budget friendly wine advent calendar

Aldi launches budget friendly wine advent calendar

If you’re partial to a festive drink or two throughout December you’ll be able to raise a toast with every calendar door.

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Reverend and the Makers new album The Death Of A King

Reverend and the Makers are hitting Chesterfield

Chart-topping indie rock band Reverend and the Makers will be performing in Chesterfield.

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Concerts celebrate Freemasons’ 300th anniversary

Concerts celebrate Freemasons’ 300th anniversary

Two concerts are to be held to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Grand Lodge of Freemasons.

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Beethoven and Mozart in DCO’s next concert

Beethoven and Mozart in DCO’s next concert

Derby Concert Orchestra begin their 2017-2018 season on Saturday, October 14, with a performance from 7pm at St Peter’s Church, Littleover, Derby.

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Do you like to binge-watch television?

More than £500 a year is spent on TV subscriptions

The UK’s largest independent tech retailer surveyed the nation to find out about our TV viewing habits, and if we really get value for money from our subscription services.

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Ray Mears shares his life of adventure

Ray Mears shares his life of adventure

Ray Mears, survivalist, bushcraft expert, author, photographer and the star of countless television series will be sharing his adventures with the nation.

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Phill Jupitus at Buxton's Pavilion Arts Centre on September 16.

Phill Jupitus - a comic with many strings to his bow

Is there anything Phill Jupitus hasn’t done? A DJ on BBC 6 Music, team captain on Never Mind The Buzzcocks, poet who supported Billy Bragg in the 1980s, TV and film actor, improv player, and musical star of Hairspray and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

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VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: World's 'oldest fish supper' revealed at Ancient Egypt in Yorkshire exhibition in Barnsley

The world's oldest fish supper - believed to be 3,500 years old - has gone on display in the heartland of fish and chips as part of a new Ancient Egypt in Yorkshire exhibition in Barnsley.
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The sale lasts until next Saturday.

Santa's come early as Asda launches big toy sale

There are just 93 days left until Christmas!

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Go from simply the worst singer to simply the best with Change Your Tune.

Terrible singers wanted for new TV game show

A new TV game show is aiming to find the country's worst singers - and giving them the chance to win a major cash prize.

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The Tenderloins.

Impractical Jokers live show tickets up for grabs

American comedy sensations, the Impractical Jokers, are bringing their new show to our shores - and you could win free tickets to it.

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Jon Cooper reviews Aldi's latest range of cycleware.

Reporter Jon Cooper praises Aldi’s seasonal range of cycle kit

For the keen cyclists among us it is time start digging out the winter training gear as the nights are drawing in and that cool autumn chill is upon us.

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Missing: John Paterson.

Missing man thought to be in Matlock Bath found safe and well

A man who police thought may be in Matlock Bath after going missing from Scotland has been found safe and well.

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Appeal after car damaged in Matlock

Appeal after car damaged in Matlock

Derbyshire police are appealing for information after a car was damaged in Matlock.

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VIDEO: How to use Apple's new Do Not Disturb while driving feature

Emergency services are encouraging Apple iPhone users to take advantage of the new Do Not Disturb while driving mode.
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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Heroin addict stole estranged wife’s mobile phone

A drug-user stole his estranged wife’s mobile phone to feed his heroin addiction.

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A great experience in store at Derby Theatre

A great experience in store at Derby Theatre

Derby Theatre brings the classic story Great Expectations to life in Neil Bartlett’s brilliant adaptation, using the magnificent language of Charles Dickens’s original.

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Steve Dolton (Shunter) and Jake Hirst (Runway) in Down The Line at Barrow Hill Roundhouse

Review: World premiere of Down The Line is a steaming success

Steam trains, a brass band, professional actors working with novice performers and a standing ovation - theatre doesn’t get better than this.

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Autumn leaves.

Five things you didn’t know about the Autumn equinox

The days are getting shorter and Autumn is officially now here.

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