An outbreak of avian influenza has been confirmed in captive birds and poultry at a premises in South Derbyshire.
A Derbyshire County Council care worker helping support residents recover from Covid-19 is one of the first in line for the new vaccine.
Online shoppers are being urged to be extra vigilant in the run up to Christmas due to a number of parcel delivery scams which have seen victims tricked in to giving their bank details to fraudsters.
We will provide £30 food vouchers over the Christmas period to families of children who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals.
Derbyshire will become one of the first new areas in the country to roll out community testing – previously referred to as ‘mass testing’ – before Christmas.
Eleven new statues have been added to the ‘Walking Together’ mining memorial at our Markham Vale Business Park, commemorating miners who tragically lost their lives in three major disasters at Markham Colliery.
Derbyshire residents have just over a week to give their views on our budget and services in a wide-ranging survey.
Residents can now sign-up to learn something new in the new year with Derbyshire County Council’s adult education service.
An arts charity we fund has commissioned a community poetry film for the county on the theme of hope.
Calls by Derbyshire’s Director of Public Health Dean Wallace to stick to government restrictions have been echoed by an Amber Valley woman suffering from long covid.
Our Trading Standards officers are backing a campaign to raise awareness of loan sharks so that residents can protect themselves.
Derbyshire’s Director of Public Health is urging residents to be cautious about the risk of spreading coronavirus when rules are relaxed at Christmas.
An urgent letter has been sent to 10 Downing Street by the Leader of Derbyshire County Council and signed by all the county’s district and borough council leaders urging the Prime Minister to put Derbyshire into tier 2 ‘high alert’ under the government’s COVID-19 alert system.
We have announced that we propose to appoint a Managing Executive Director for the next 12 months to lead the ongoing response to the pandemic and drive the changes needed to meet the increasing expectations on local government.
The £1.2m expansion project will provide additional art and design teaching accommodation for both 11 to 16 and sixth form pupils through re-modelling 3 of the existing buildings.
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