News and updates
Derbyshire prepares for Storm Doris
We're warning local residents to be on the alert as high winds and rain are set to sweep Derbyshire.
YOUTHINC celebrates second birthday
Our youth services brand YOUTHINC celebrates its second birthday this month.
Women's Tour returns to Derbyshire for second year running
Derbyshire will welcome the world's top cyclists again this summer when the Women's Tour returns to the county for the second year in a row.
More jobs on the way as Markham welcomes Priority Space
Barnsley-based property developer Priority Space Limited is the latest business to invest at ours and Henry Boot Development's flagship regeneration site leading the way to up to 70 new jobs.
Get help with money matters − Derbyshire Money Week starts today
Derbyshire Money Week starts today to help you make the most of your income and get help with financial worries.
Budget plans to balance the books agreed
Our Leader Councillor Anne Western has said she is confident we will be able to balance the books for the year ahead after plans to raise council tax, use some reserves and make further cuts were agreed.
Still time to have your say on quarry plans
There's still time for local people to have their say about land in Derbyshire which could be used for quarrying in the future.
Scargill Primary gets new Ofsted report after inspectors make rare return for more evidence
A West Hallam primary school will no longer be placed in special measures after Ofsted agreed to take another look at what its inspectors had found.
Derbyshire Money Week - helping residents to help themselves
Residents can find out how to make the most of their income, become a savvy saver and get help with financial worries during Derbyshire Money Week.
Cash claimed for recycling electricals - who will be next?
There's still time to take part in our recycling competition with 12 prizes of £100 up for grabs.
St George's Primary School unveils action plan following Ofsted report
A New Mills primary school has launched an action plan designed to address issues identified by Ofsted inspectors.
Have your say on quarry plans
There's still plenty of time for local people to have their say about an area of land in Darley Dale which could be used for quarrying in the future.