Parents across the county are due to hear about their child’s secondary school place next week.
Two new community testing centres for people who don’t have coronavirus symptoms open in Derbyshire this week.
Elvaston Castle and its historic landscape are one step closer to realising an ambitious £35 million transformation plan.
Online and digital health and wellbeing services have seen a huge boom in recent years but with thousands of apps out there it can be hard to know what is trustworthy.
All district and boroughs in Derbyshire are to get a community testing centre to help reduce the number of coronavirus cases in the county.
We welcome government support to build 2 new schools in Derbyshire, and funding to improve 2 others.
We have set our budget for the year ahead and agreed a council tax increase of 2.5% which is just half that permitted by central government.
We're proposing a £2million funding pot to help support green economic recovery across the county.
Work to improve the stairs and ramp at the Spa Lane end of the Hollis Lane subway in Chesterfield is due to start on Tuesday 9 February.
We're set to agree on a preferred route for a long-awaited bypass for Ashbourne.
More than 21,000 Derbyshire residents have visited one of our community testing centres for a coronavirus test since they opened.
There’s lots of misleading information circulating about COVID-19, leading people to wonder what is true and what is not.
Three High Peak bus services which were set to be temporarily suspended are to continue following support from ourselves and other local bus operators.
Director of Public Health for Derbyshire Dean Wallace has praised people who live and work in Swadlincote for stepping up to get tested for COVID-19 to help stop the spread.
Derbyshire libraries have received funding from Arts Council England to take part in BBC Novels That Shaped Our World – a programme that celebrates the novel and reading.
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