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IN a week where women in power have dominated the news agenda, the issue of gender equality has been a hot topic of discussion.
Here is a video sent in by reader Rebecca Barker which shows the deluge on Debdale Lane at 5.30pm.
The identities of three people who died following an horrific crash on the A1 today have been released by police.
While storm chasers looked on in awe, the deluge washed out many areas of Derbyshire - including Chesterfield, Bolsover, Ripley and Bakewell - damaging homes and causing travel disruption.
A former Gringley-on-the-Hill resident has been fined 300 after illegally claiming 1,824.88 in benefits over a 14-month period.
A frantic Mansfield man spent 40 minutes fighting to save his wife's life as paramedics struggled to find their address after she suffered a major heart attack.
The incident happened on Harborough Avenue in the Manor area at around 5.15am on Sunday, with a grey Ford Fiesta colliding with three cars parked in a lay-by.
A large storm at the weekend resulted in flooding in some areas of Ilkeston and six horses being rescued from deep water.
Vicars in Mansfield have been offering their support to a gay priest who has been blocked from taking up a job as head chaplain at Kings Mill Hospital because of his sexuality.
Megan Asycough, 21, of Park Street, Worksop, admitted being possession of one six-inch blade and one five-inch blade on 3rd July 2014 on Sparken Hill.
Cyclists and marshals have got just under a week to sign up for the JE James and the Derbyshire Times' Flagg Challenge on July 27 for Ashgate Hospice.
FIREFIGHTERS across Burton and South Derbyshire headed out on strike action again over the weekend in an ongoing row over pay and pensions.
The match, on July 8, kicked off on Pavilion playing fields in Cotmanhay between Cotmanhay Junior School and Granby Junior School.
Born on February 14, 1919, in Sheffield, England. He was the son of the late Arthur & Ellen Jump.
A draft proposal of the Community Governance Review, which could see the town's borders extend into the parishes of Onehouse, Combs, Haughley and Creeting St Mary, has been published by Mid Suffolk District Council.
Over i 1 28,000 was raised for Blythe House Hospice at a charity golf day held at Cavendish Golf Club.
The former leader of an air cadets' group is expected to stand trial on charges of sex offences against a teenage girl.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 01:40 am
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