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A former soldier and businessman with more than 20 years of experience as a councillor has been appointed as our new Civic Chairman.
Derbyshire’s longest serving school crossing patrol Suzanne Wetton will hang up her yellow jacket and sign for good on Friday.
Plans to build a major regeneration route in Derbyshire which would relieve congestion and open up new opportunities for jobs and homes have won substantial backing from people living in the area.
We will light our beacon to mark and celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
A quilt stitched with stars made by older people in Derbyshire during the pandemic is touring the county.
Are you getting the most out of your bike? Whether you’re looking to become more active or reduce your reliance on your car and save on fuel costs, we can help you find your pedal power.
To mark Foster Care Fortnight, Derbyshire County Council is encouraging residents to consider starting their foster care journey. Fostering can be incredibly rewarding and is a chance to make a huge difference to the life of a local child.
Derbyshire County Council Deputy Leader Councillor Simon Spencer sets out the authority’s position in a letter to local newspapers.
Spectacular large-scale projections will light up Derbyshire landmarks with a unique fusion of music, visuals and sound when ‘Shine A Light’ returns this autumn/winter.
Cabinet has today agreed to permanently close seven of our care homes which require major refurbishment to bring them up to modern care standards.
We are supporting residents to get connected and feel less isolated as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.
A greener future may be on the cards at Markham Vale as ours and HBD’s flagship regeneration site could become home to the county’s first all-electric vehicle charging forecourt - providing charge points for up to 30 vehicles at any one time just off the M1.
An outbreak of avian influenza has been confirmed in a backyard flock at a premises in Derbyshire.
Libraries in Derbyshire are celebrating Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with a range of events at branches across the county.
Councillors will consider the future of some of our older care homes which need major refurbishment when they meet next week.
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