We have approved plans to offer extra cash incentives in a bid to help it attract and retain frontline care workers
Our Derbyshire Record Office has loaned 2 objects to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery that shine a light on colonialism.
We will be discussing plans next week to transform support for people with learning disabilities and/or who are autistic to help them lead safe, fulfilled lives in their community.
We are on standby now the official gritting season has started.
Six trees from the Queen’s Green Canopy ‘Tree of Trees’ will be gifted to Derbyshire and dedicated to county organisations and schools it has been announced.
Derbyshire people keeping birds are being urged to take steps now to reduce the risk of their flocks catching avian flu this winter.
A wide-ranging residents’ survey asking for views on our services and how we should spend our budget has been launched.
We're in discussions with the government about establishing an investment zone in Derbyshire.
More local people are being called on to share their views about ideas to manage congestion and reduce emissions on the A61 Derby Road between Chesterfield and Clay Cross, before an online survey ends on Sunday 16 October.
Our library service is launching a creative writing competition for adults.
A bridge over the High Peak Trail in the Derbyshire Dales is to be replaced permanently following an accident which severely damaged the original structure.
We are advising local people of roadworks in the Buxton and Whaley Bridge area over the coming months, and asking people to allow more time for their journeys.
We've awarded contracts for 60 local bus services in Derbyshire.
A fund which enables our councillors to support their local community is to be doubled to help tackle the rising cost of living.
Our trading standards team is raising awareness of things residents should beware of when employing people to carry out work in their home
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