Police issue safety advice to users of Pokémon Go game
Police are offering safety advice to users of a popular online game...FIND YOUR HERO ANCESTORS
To mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, leading family history website findmypast...The Sails Turn again at Heage Windmill
Just 10 months after wet rot was discovered in major structural components of Heage windmill she is back in working order again! The sails turned freely for the first time yesterday and we hope to be milling flour again as soon as we have suitable winds...Meet your local Councillors – forthcoming Members’ Surgeries
Saturday, 2 July 2016 – Somercotes
Residents of Somercotes will have the opportunity to meet their local councillors on Saturday, 2 July 2016 from 11am until 12 noon at Somercotes Parish Hall, Nottingham Road...Concern over suspicious van collecting charity bags in the Alfreton area
Police are urging residents to be alert to a suspicious van which may have been fraudulently collecting charity bags in the Alfreton area...Flower Festival at Windmill
We all know Heage windmill is wonderful - but over the weekend of June 25th and 26th it will be even more so!
The mill is supporting the local church, St...Decision expected on the future of children's centres
Children’s centres across Derbyshire could close as we try to deal with the biggest budget cuts in our history...The Sails are back at the Windmill
When wet rot was discovered last August in major structural parts of the windmill and a potential cost of around £100K had to be faced it seemed as though all was lost! However, a site meeting of Trustees and Friends took only a few minutes to decide ‘We will get her repaired’...
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A 16-year-old boy who stabbed a man to death in the street over a comment about a girl being 'fit' is sentenced for murder.
A protester who disrupted thousands of motorists by scaling a gantry and causing the M1 to be closed for 28 hours, is jailed for two years.
A gang of kidnappers who snatched a businessman off the street, threatened to chop his toes off and held his friend to ransom are jailed.
A government plan to increase hen harrier numbers on England's moors has failed, the RSPB says.
Aero engine giant Rolls-Royce will suffer a £2bn writedown as a result of the fall in sterling since the EU referendum result, according to analysts.
An outdoor swimming pool funded by a razor blade manufacturer celebrates its 80th birthday.
A man who claimed he was bankrupt and lived in a shed is jailed for drug and fraud offences after it was discovered he had a secret six-bedroom mansion.
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