Court fine for flyposter
A Belper man has been left with a bill of £686...Alfreton Leisure Centre pool to closure
Essential maintenance work will mean that the main swimming pool at Alfreton Leisure Centre will be closed from Monday 8th Sept until late November...Gardening equipment is stolen from a shed at allotments in Riddings
Police are appealing for information after gardening equipment was stolen from a shed at an allotment site in Riddings...Mobile Camera Locations between: 25.08.2014 and 31.08.2014
Mobile enforcement will be taking place at the following locations between Monday the 18th of August and Sunday the 24th of August 2014...New Water Feature Makes a Splash at Crossley Park
Amber Valley Borough Council’s latest park improvement, the ‘splash pad’ in Ripley’s Crossley Park, has been officially opened by its Mayor and Mayoress, Councillor John and Angela Walker...Undercooked kebab leads to Court fine
A Ripley fish bar owner who served undercooked chicken kebab was fined £500 and ordered to pay a Victim Surcharge of £50 and costs of £1,500, when he appeared before South Derbyshire Magistrates on 14 August...Mill Hill School students achieve record A level results
Mill Hill School has achieved record-breaking results in this year’s A level and vocational A level examinations...Derbyshire Police Project AdvenusProject Advenus - Organised Immigration Crime and Human Trafficking
Human Trafficking, Forced Labour and Sexual exploitation is an abhorrent crime which prays on some of the most vulnerable in society...
Jobspot August 2014
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The Amber Sound FM featured vacancy;...Jobspot for 16th November
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Police investigate reports of racist abuse being shouted at a Chesterfield player at their game against Port Vale on Saturday.
Moves to safeguard war memorials in Derby are started by the city council.
Plans for a £35m redevelopment of a former industrial site in Derbyshire are unveiled.
The mother of a 12-year-old boy who racked up a £7,000 bill playing a game on his phone says she may have to sell her car to pay it.
Images of all 24 inmates on the run from a Derbyshire prison are released in an attempt to catch them.
Derbyshire bird match which ended in a brawl
Baby coots have been eaten by the reptiles
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