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POLICE APPEAL: Burglars target garage in Bradwell

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Chesterfield magistrates' court

Troubled thief turned to stealing after traumatic relationship

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Chris Metcalfe proposes to Jamie Burns at the Rock and Bike Festival in South Normanton.

VIDEO: Music fans get engaged in front of thousands at Derbyshire rock festival

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The end of year crime figures for Derbyshire police have been released.

DERBYSHIRE CRIME STATS: Number of violent crimes down, but total number of crimes increases

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Thirsty thief lands himself in court after pouring himself a pint at pub

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Armed police called out after dispute between teen and his ex’s father

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Tom becomes the youngest conductor

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COLUMN: ‘Pharmacists can help you get sun savvy’

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Chesterfield magistrates' court

Police identified thief after he was captured on mobile phone camera

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Things to do in Derbyshire this summer

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WATCH: Derbyshire mother films terrifying scene inside plane as it dropped towards the sea

Transport
The East Midlands Chamber has hit out at a government decision not to electrify the Midland Mail Line all the way through the East Midlands.

Government wrong not to electrify all of Midland Main Line, East Midlands Chamber says

Transport
Jet2 has apologised to those who were on the plane.

Terrifying moment UK-bound plane ‘fell from the sky’ on return leg from Ibiza

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Breaking news.

BREAKING NEWS: HS2 route through Derbyshire is confirmed

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The Victorian Matlock Bath rail station is back on track as a community hub.

Matlock Bath station reopens as wildlife discovery hub

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Troubled thief turned to stealing after traumatic relationship

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The end of year crime figures for Derbyshire police have been released.

DERBYSHIRE CRIME STATS: Number of violent crimes down, but total number of crimes increases

Crime
A pint of lager.

Thirsty thief lands himself in court after pouring himself a pint at pub

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Court report.

Armed police called out after dispute between teen and his ex’s father

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Darley Dale residents look to block housing development

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School lands top green award from woodland charity

Environment
Mr Lamberton said he knew his sons wouldn't wear their hats or sun cream if they weren't with him.

POLL: Was Derbyshire dad right to keep his children home from school because of the heat?

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The top earning industries for graduate include construction.

REVEALED: The best and worst paying industries for graduates

Education

Survey reveals some parents are struggling to afford school uniforms

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Ex-police detective looks to expand £1m coffee business

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The East Midlands Chamber has hit out at a government decision not to electrify the Midland Mail Line all the way through the East Midlands.

Government wrong not to electrify all of Midland Main Line, East Midlands Chamber says

Transport
Jet2 has apologised to those who were on the plane.

Terrifying moment UK-bound plane ‘fell from the sky’ on return leg from Ibiza

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Thornbridge brewery executives Simon Walkden and Simon Webster.

Bakewell brewery makes expansion plan after sales surge

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Matlock park lands top environment award for tenth year

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Council to host corporate games for active workplaces

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Residents say the development would threaten the green belt and add pressure to schools already at capacity.

Darley Dale residents look to block housing development

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Charity calls for rethink of ‘flawed’ Universal Credit

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The leader of Derbyshire County Council, Councillor Berry Lewis.

Derbyshire plans to spend extra cash on roads and public transport under proposed new budget

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Matlock park lands top environment award for tenth year

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Stock picture.

Peak District woods being 'sold off to highest bidder', campaigners claim

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Residents say the development would threaten the green belt and add pressure to schools already at capacity.

Darley Dale residents look to block housing development

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Sphagnum moss trial planting at Nether Hey, above Howden Reservoir: Richard Vink with some of the 'slime' gel used to coat moss pellets. Photo: David Bocking.

Peak District peat bogs restoration leads a ‘green revolution’

Environment

FIRST AID FRIDAY: What to do if you suspect someone is having a stroke

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Fundraising walkers step up in memory of baby Etta

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Council to host corporate games for active workplaces

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Dr Peter Holden, of the Imperial Road Group surgery.

GP calls for ‘black alert’ system to protect patients

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FIRST AID FRIDAY: Spotting and treating a seizure

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