Council agrees the way forward for development
At its meeting on 15 October, Amber Valley Borough Council agreed which additional sites should be taken forward to enable it to provide for future housing needs, as part of the Core Strategy for the Borough...Free posters up for grabs to help scare of anti-social behaviour this Halloween
Residents across Derbyshire are being invited to pick up free posters to help scare off unwanted trick or treaters and anti-social behaviour over Halloween and Bonfire Night...Mobile camera locations for the week ahead
Mobile enforcement will be taking place at the following locations between Monday the 20th of October and Sunday the 26th of October 2014...Heage windmill to close with a big cobweb!
The mill season comes to an end this weekend and will resume next year on Good Friday...Longest artwork to flow through Belper
Derbyshire’s longest ever artwork will be welcomed to Belper as it flows along the length of the Derwent...Curtain Twitchers
One in three Brits admits they regularly spy on their neighbour, a study has revealed...Derbyshire plans £23m investment in LED street lights
Street lights across Derbyshire could be fitted with LED lights, if plans for a £23m investment are agreed by Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet next week...Businesses to be vigilant after man confuses cashier and makes off with extra change.
Police urge businesses to be vigilant after man confuses cashier and makes off with extra change...
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