News and updates
Child sexual exploitation review
We're reviewing how child sexual exploitation can be prevented and how victims are supported.
We support residents made redundant by local firm closure
We're supporting residents facing financial crisis following 400 redundancies at a local manufacturing firm with additional funding.
Millions gained for patients thanks to benefits team
Almost £4m in benefits has been successfully claimed by patients and their families following support and advice from our welfare benefits team.
We approve £44,200 to tackle childhood obesity
A programme to tackle obesity in young children is to continue following £44,200 funding we've approved.
Pick up your free countryside events brochure
A free brochure packed with fun activities is now out to help you enjoy the great outdoors over the year ahead.
Former company director fined for unfair trading practices
We've prosecuted the former owner and director of a kitchen and bathroom fitting business who has been fined £7,000 and ordered to pay £1,200 costs for unfair trading practices.
New road to bring more jobs to Markham Vale
Work has started on a new link road to the M1 motorway paving the way to potentially create more than 2,500 new jobs at our flagship regeneration site.
Author events in Derbyshire libraries
Fans of crime fiction, romance, poetry or travel writing should enjoy the new series of talks in our libraries over the next few weeks.
More world class cycling to come from Derbyshire
Derbyshire will welcome the Aviva Women's Tour for the first time this June, as the world's top racers head to the county for Stage Three on Friday 17 June 2016.
Work and money advice week at Heanor library
Residents can get free support and advice at our 'Work and Money Help' event at Heanor Library next week.
New site proposed for Wirksworth school
We're due to consider the site of a new primary school in Wirksworth.
Time to talk about mental health
Have you got five minutes to talk about mental health? That's the question we're asking residents as part of Time to Talk day.