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Tremors felt across UK after 4.4 earthquakes hits

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The Flying Scotsman crossing the Ribblehead Viaduct, on its  journey from Oxenhope to Carlisle to celebrate the re-opening of the Settle Carlisle Railway line.  31 March 2017.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

Flying Scotsman UK tour dates revealed for 2018

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Young men handed custodial sentences after brandishing knives in Matlock

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RESCUE ME: Could you give Chester a home?

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All Derbyshire County Council services to be reviewed

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10 awesome family things to do this weekend in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire...

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The late Marc Maltby.

Government aims to 'transform' jail after deaths of Derbyshire inmates

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Government go-ahead to increase rail capacity through Hope Valley

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Peak District roads closed due to heavy snowfall and ice hazard

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Peak District road to close for three weeks due to landslip damage

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Why young motorists could be BANNED from driving at night under new driving licence changes

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Temperatures are set to drop later in the week.

Very cold weather is about to hit Derbyshire - but DON'T warm up your car engines

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Disqualified driver was caught test-driving a newly-bought car

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Man must pay over £600 after he smashed his ex’s kitchen window

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Victim Norman Edge had been on his way to feed the birds at the Pavilion Gardens, the court heard.

Thug attacked 86-year-old “Bird Man” for feeding birds near his home

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Barry Bennell.

'Predatory paedophile' Barry Bennell found guilty of further sexual offences against young boys

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Life after GCSEs - a guide to getting it right

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Matlock resident Emma Worrell, of Little Pig Jewellery Design, will exhibiting her handmade work at LondonEdge, a trade show for alternative youth subcultures, at the Business Design Centre in Islington, February 11-12.

Matlock teacher turned jewellery designer in London industry spotlight

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Daniel Henshaw, front left, an author and teacher from Wirksworth was part of a team of writers taking on the Eggheads in the BBC television quiz

Wirksworth children’s author enjoys a brush with the BBC Eggheads

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Hope Valley school rated as Inadequate by Ofsted inspectors’ report

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Derbyshire Dales MP Patrick McLoughlin has signed the Holocaust Educational Trusts Book of Commitment, pledging his support to Holocaust Memorial Day and honouring those who were murdered during the Holocaust

Derbyshire Dales MP makes pledge to honour Holocaust Memorial Day

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Government go-ahead to increase rail capacity through Hope Valley

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Zoopla's new online tool will tell you when your house might hit the million pound mark.

How to find out when your Derbyshire home will be worth £1 million

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Across the UK as a whole, 634,116 new companies were formed last year.

Almost 6,000 new companies created in Derbyshire last year

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Members of the Fire Brigades Union Derbyshire branch in Crown Square, Matlock, on Saturday.

Firefighters claim public support for campaign against Matlock cuts

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EXCLUSIVE: Derbyshire County Council plans hundreds of job cuts over next year

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Derbyshire County Council's Matlock headquarters.

All Derbyshire County Council services to be reviewed

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The late Marc Maltby.

Government aims to 'transform' jail after deaths of Derbyshire inmates

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Members of the Fire Brigades Union Derbyshire branch in Crown Square, Matlock, on Saturday.

Firefighters claim public support for campaign against Matlock cuts

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Peak District road to close for three weeks due to landslip damage

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Police receive reports of deer poaching on forestry land near Matlock

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Wirksworth residents Alastair Clark, Rob Tresidder and John Horak travelled to their French twin town Die to showcase local green initiatives at the Ecologie au Quotidien conference

Wirksworth trio share ideas for going green on visit to twin town Die

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RSPB feels illegal shooting and trapping needs addressing as it withdraws from Peak bird of prey project

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Peak District Forest School leader Ruth Dixon is nearing the end of a busy year working towards an award from conservation charity the  John Muir Trust

Outdoor educator to host Hope Valley litter pick for environment award

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Derbyshire medic says there is more to Valentine’s than a man’s heart

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From left, St Elphins Park employees Suzanne Jackson, Rachael Gregory and Michael Noton with chief executive Nick Sanderson at the Audley Villages annual awards ceremony.

Staff at Darley Dale retirement village St Elphin’s Park given awards

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Ilkeston firefighters hosted a 12 hour CPR Marathon fundraiser for the BHF. Pictured are firefighters Dan Davies, Darren Bishop, Mark Burnham, Steve Blackett and Steve Cook, Jayne Clifford regional support manager for BHF and Tesco staff members Sarah Barnatt and Liz Wright.

Firefighters’ CPR marathon fundraiser shares life-saving skills with shoppers

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Richard Cooke is preparing for a charity bike ride over the Pyrenees to raise money for the MPS Society, which supports his friend Maggie Louis and her daughter Hannah Ratcliffe.

Two Dales cyclist plans Tour de France challenge for medical charity

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Hazel Jones has been appointed care home manager at Burton Closes Hall in Bakewell.

New manager appointed at ‘spectacular’ Bakewell care home for elderly

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