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Drunk-and-disorderly reveller was caught by police after claiming he had accidently phoned 999

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RISE AND SHINE: Weather, travel and fun features to kick-start your day

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Latest Chesterfield magistrates’ court results

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Do you recognise this woman?

Mystery of unknown woman found dead and severely decomposed

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RISE AND SHINE: Weather, travel and fun features to kick-start your day

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Man appears in court accused of robbing an 85-year-old woman

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Police warning of new scam involved unpaid EE bills

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Heatwave: Derbyshire temperatures set to reach 25C next week

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Callum Smith

Convicted robber absconds from Derbyshire prison

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Goose had to have a leg amputated after being caught in a trap.

Cat has leg amputated after being caught in trap in Derbyshire

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Derbyshire County Council granted funds to fix three dangerous roads

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Trains are currently not running between Stockport and Sheffield

Person hit by train between Sheffield and Stockport

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National transport group offer support for Matlock to Buxton rail line

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Police were called to Chesterfield station just after 1.30pm.

Person dies after being hit by train near Chesterfield

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Northern Rail staff will stage three further 24-hour strikes this month

Northern Rail staff to stage three 24-hour strikes this month

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Drunk-and-disorderly reveller was caught by police after claiming he had accidently phoned 999

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Latest Chesterfield magistrates’ court results

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Man appears in court accused of robbing an 85-year-old woman

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Police warning of new scam involved unpaid EE bills

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Derbyshire schools asked to pay for lollipop patrols

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Lady Manners School student Emily Porter a student has received a Royal Geographical Society excellence award for achieving the highest mark in the country in GCSE Geography in 2017. From left, geography teacher Mark Evans, head of geography Linda Scott, Emily Porter, and headteacher Duncan Meikle.

Bakewell school pupil gets Royal Society award for UK’s top GCSE mark

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Derby College student Frances Porter has reached the grand final of the annual Young Horticulturalist of the Year competition which will be held at Harrogate Spring Flower Show on April 28.

Matlock student competes for Young Horticulturalist of the Year title

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Matlock firms are helping Highfields secondary school in to develop its careers strategy and support pupils as they explore their career options and prepare for the world of work. Anne Ashman and some of the Highfields students who took part in last summer's MVIS Challenge.

Matlock school recruits enterprise advisor to develop careers strategy

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County Councillor Anne Western at an anti-fracking demonstration

DERBYSHIRE: County council urged to object to Government fracking plans

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Derbyshire County Council granted funds to fix three dangerous roads

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Sue Wilkins, a self-published author living in Matlock, has just won a national award from Acquisitions International as children's storybook author of the year 2018.

Matlock children’s author wins national business excellence award

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National transport group offer support for Matlock to Buxton rail line

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Rolls Royce, Sinfin

Derbyshire set to be hit hard as Rolls Royce announces 4,600 job cuts

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Derbyshire County Council granted funds to fix three dangerous roads

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National transport group offer support for Matlock to Buxton rail line

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Councillor Lewis Rose has said he will fight any attempt to remodel the current structure of local government in the region which would weaken powers at district level.

Derbyshire Dales leader criticises secrecy of ‘super authority’ plans

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Anne Western

DERBYSHIRE: Fiery debate over library consultation

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Council leader Barry Lewis

DERBYSHIRE: Council spends thousands on new role

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Derbyshire County Council granted funds to fix three dangerous roads

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Butterfly Conservation and Derbyshire Wildlife Trust will be opening up Hoe Grange Quarry, Derbyshire's only butterfly reserve, for public tours on Sunday, June 17 (Photo: Keith Warmington)

Hoe Grange Quarry butterfly reserve offers free tours this weekend

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National transport group offer support for Matlock to Buxton rail line

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Flying ants can cover surfaces

Derbyshire warned that 'flying ant day' could come early in 2018 - and they'll be bigger than ever

Environment

The 35 medicines no longer available on NHS prescription from this month

Health

The 35 medicines that will NOT be available on NHS prescription by end of this month

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IN PICTURES: 10K run for Helen’s Trust at Chatsworth

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Matlock Town FC fan Ian Taylor, right, was reunited with Dr Simon Wilson and this weekend's match against Workington. Dr Wilson saved Ian's life when he had a heart attack at a game in January 2017.

Matlock Town FC thank medics who saved fan’s life after heart attack

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Derbyshire Dales council to vote on outsourced leisure centre operator

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