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3 hrs ago | Trend Hunter Magazine
It might not be everyday that a woman has to deal with sleazy men catcalling to them on the street, yet when it does happen it doesn't make them feel any more sexy; Menagerie by Rachel Graves, an artist based in Nottingham, United Kingdom, strives to capture exactly how it makes women feel.
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7 hrs ago | The Independent
The Kelpies are the latest addition to Britain's growing army of enormous sculptures.
11 hrs ago | Eastwood Advertiser
A series of paintings to depict the historic 'Ripley Rattlers' tram line, which ran through, Langley Mill, Eastwood and Kimberley, have been produced by a Derbyshire artist.
15 hrs ago | IcNetwork
The two sides of Welsh rugby's civil war will get together later this month in a bid to resolve their feud Former X Factor stars Rhydian Roberts and Lucie Jones are set to strike a chord with Welsh rugby fans this Easter Sunday when they perform at Judgement Day II Police were called to Dhelcy Mae Caberte's room just after midnight on Monday ... (more)
17 hrs ago | Bakewell Today
A total of 1,337 people have been arrested for child sex offences in Derbyshire over the last seven years.
17 hrs ago | Retford Today
Daren Morley, 47, of Worksop, was issued with the anti-social behavioural order in November 2013 at Mansfield Crown Court.
18 hrs ago | Matlock Mercury
Pictured is David Cryer, the father of Matthew Cryer who died on his first holiday in Greece.
19 hrs ago | Gainsborough Today
Police are warning motorists not to leave valuables in view in parked vehicles after a spate of incidents in which thieves have smashed car windows to steal what's inside.
19 hrs ago | Derby Shire Times
An offender with a hoard of stolen goods was snared after he tried to sell some of his ill-gotten gains on ebay.
19 hrs ago | Sheffield Star
He is accused of shouting a racially abusive name at the shop worker during the incident at Boots on Low Pavement at around 3.30pm on Saturday, April 5. The 21-year-old is due to appear at North East Derbyshire and Dales Magistrates' Court in Chesterfield on Tuesday, May 13. Search for The Star in your Android or iOS app store today.
A DVLA spokesman said: "All vehicles used or kept on the public road must be taxed.
Children at New Mills Secondary School, New Mills Primary School, Hague Bar Primary School, St Mary's Primary in New Mills, Buxworth Primary School, St George's Primary School in New Mills, Hayfield Primary School, Thornsett Primary School, Newtown Primary School and Furness Vale Primary School have formed the High Peak Kids Council.
Tesco has quashed rumours that it has sold its land between Carlton Road and Blyth Road in Worksop for housing development.
From baking cakes to helping with spelling, multi-skilled Jane Parry is the perfect mum, according to her two children.
Youngsters at a High Peak playgroup can get a head start with their computer skills thanks to a local company.
Northern Rail, which runs services through Worksop and Retford, is going even more green after increasing the amount of waste it recycled by 50 per cent at its stations and depots and earning an three-star rating in the Corporate Responsibility Index.
County councillors walked out of a meeting en masse as a proposal was made for them to declare membership of Freemasons.
Derby Crown Court heard on Wednesday, April 9, how Samuel Mason, 19, of Crossings Avenue, Chapel-en-le-Frith, was sentenced to six months in a young offenders' institution and disqualified from driving for 18 months.